Designed by a 13-year-old girl from New Zealand, the Kindling Cracker chops split firewood down into kindling without an axe. The cast iron device has a 6.5” diameter top ring where you place the wood. Strike the piece of wood with a mallet or even another piece of wood to split it down into smaller fire-starting kindling. via
The Walabot DIY pairs with your Android phone to see through walls, allowing you to detect wiring, studs, plastic & metal pipes, and more, making DIY construction projects, quicker & easier. It’s powerful enough to see 4 inches into cement & can even detect movement—rodents beware.
This is a powerful, pocket size 360-lumen rechargeable flashlight with an impressive beam distance of over 200 feet. Roughly the size of a car key fob & featuring a metal end loop, it’s a tough but lightweight keychain light.
The Anglr Tracker turns any old fishing pole into a smart rod. The small, pole-mounted sensor tracks your cast count, cast direction, reeling behavior, and fight time for every catch. It can also drop pins to keep track of your secret spots. All the data is charted & displayed with a dedicated app & robust dashboard interface.
With the angles of an exotic sports car, the 24-liter KP Duffle is a sharp & functional full-featured travel bag. Made of high-quality scratchproof PU, it features a ventilated shoe pocket, an internal tablet pocket, a front utility hatch to keep small items handy, and an easy access cell phone pocket. A matching dopp kit is also available.
In order to keep your gear load lighter, Patagonia’s new down-filled sleeping bag system is designed to only insulate the lower half of your body, allowing you to keep the temp of your body regulated depending on the jacket you wear. The top half of the bag is a thin, shell material and features a lighter, half-zip design. It packs small & weighs just 1-pound. Available September 2016.
When you need something to stick, the soft, malleable, & reusable gel pads from Fixate will hold it down for you. For sticking a device to your dashboard, hiding a key, mounting a GoPro to your skateboard and countless other uses. Choose round & triangular shapes and/or cut to size.
This could be a tough book to get through. That’s because the Codex Silenda is a mechanical puzzle. Actually several. In order to open it and turn each page, you have to solve a mind-boggling puzzle. Made entirely of laser-cut wood, it was designed by artist Brady Whitney and features a story inside about an apprentice in DaVinci’s workshop that explains the origin of the book.
Hardcore training brand NOBULL has branched out from footwear to offer some accessories that are just as tough. Their 33-liter Traditional Duffle is made of ballistic nylon with a waterproof interior and features a MOLLE compatible exterior system & beefy YKK zippers plus a removable shoulder strap that attaches with carabiners.
The heavy-duty yet lightweight ZRO collection from luggage-maker Zero Halliburton is constructed with shock-resistant Makrolon, a rugged, scratch resistant polycarbonate. The sturdy, American-made cases feature 4 silent-rolling wheels & multi-stage telescoping handles. Choose from a 20” or 22” carry-on & larger 25” or 28” cases.