Maybe you didn’t know this but David Yurman is America’s premier jewelry and watch designer. And that’s precisely why Victorinox teamed up with him for the design of a special collection of Swiss Army style knives. There are 4 styles, each featuring Yurman’s distinctive artistry with handles made of sterling silver.
Some of these multitools we see make no sense. Like, who needs a nail file and a machete in one? But this aluminum money clip that doubles as a nosebreaker/jawbreaker/front teeth remover would really come in handy when self-defense becomes the only option.
Dan & Dave’s officially licensed Bruce Lee playing cards honor the Martial Arts master with custom art work plus each card features an inspirational quote that may help you kick your opponent’s face in.
For the beginner RC pilot, the SmartPlane has one truly crucial feature: it’s crashproof. That’s right, send it into the wall or bounce it off the street, no problem. But the thing is, this smartphone-controlled plane is super-easy to fly, so even though you can crash it all you want, you probably won’t after a few minutes of practice.
Milwaukee Tools makes a cordless reciprocating saw that can cut through 4 inches of cement so you better believe they can build a better beer opener. This ergonomic design will pop your tops and it also features a set of wire strippers in case you need those.
The average computer bag or briefcase isn’t really mobile office ready. But This French-made full grain leather briefcase definitely is. Disguised as a stylish brief, it quickly converts to a pop-up mobile workstation offering privacy for your computer and plenty of pockets.
People have found all sorts of interesting alternative uses for old 8-bit Nintendo cartridges but this beats them all: A flask. Yes, the thirsty dudes at Ink Whiskey are converting cartridges into flasks. 5 different games to chose from. Pick your poison. Coming soon.
Patagonia knows a thing or three about outdoor adventure, so when they designed an expedition sewing kit, they made it for tough trailside repairs. Featuring a sturdy aluminum awl and thread in 10 colors, it’ll fix your pack strap, a blown out down jacket or get your boot back together, as long as you actually know how to sew.
Because they can perform more than one task, multitools are better than monotools. This one is made for bike repairs and maintenance, featuring all types of drivers, a wrench and a tire iron. It also comes packed in a cute little leather burrito you can strap to your classique randonneur.