Great binoculars for enjoying live shows and sporting events, even from the nosebleeds.
A dependable, army-style fire starter that can last up to 12,000 strikes, works even in extreme conditions, and includes a built-in emergency whistle.
A 7-in-1 tool that unfolds to reveal fun animal shapes.
A discrete screwdriver bit that fits and functions on a titanium key ring.
A desktop star chart that inverts the night sky for immediate and complete reference of the essential heavenly bodies.
A set of four different-sized drill bits for extracting stripped/damaged screws.
A super-affordable sharpener that may just be the last one you ever buy.
A handsome set of six screwdrivers (3 Phillips, 3 flathead) with handles made from turned Maine hardwood. Comes with a thick canvas pouch.
A wall fixture for organizing and decluttering your space.
A stellar sharpening system that includes everything you need to keep your pocket knife sharp and your fingers safe.
A quality hatchet made with old-world craftsmanship and guaranteed to last.
If you have ever done any CAT5 or CAT6 wiring, you know that putting on the ends can be a pain. The Platinum Tools EZ-RJPRO HD Crimp Tool is my favorite tool for simplifying the process. You’ll want to also purchase the EZ-RJ45 Cat 6+ connectors to go along with the crimper.
There is nothing worse than losing a screw when working on a project. I happened to lose one the other night while taking apart a 2009 MacBook Pro. The Magwear Magnetic Wristband is designed to eliminate lost screws. It includes a 1.25″D x .25″ Neodymium magnet. Neodymium is one of the most powerful magnets on the planet. It can easily be attached to your drill, wrist, or even your belt. It weighs less than 3 ounces, so it won’t weigh you down much. When you take out a screw, drop them in the tray, and then, they are easy to find when you need to put them back in.
Makes meticulously cutting off strawberry stems a thing of the past.
The same micron pens writers and illustrators know and love, now in beautiful dark navy cases with golden clips.
Looks like a nondescript key (albeit one with a built-in bottle opener) but actually houses a surgical-grade folding knife. Handy in a pinch.