If you’re just cutting 2-bys, this is the saw you want. Lightweight, compact, and featuring a 4-and-a-half-inch circular blade, it’ll cut through those 2-bys in one pass —so no flipping the board to get ’er done.
For those trying to break free of an adult Lego problem or an interest in electronics that others deem odd, this analog synth kit could transform you from weirdo to “musician” almost instantly. In collaboration with Korg, littleBit’s modular kit lets users experiment with an almost infinite combination of audio, visual, and sensory creations.
Pelican has built its reputation by making industry-leading, indestructible cases for cameras and tech electronic gear, so this 1000-lumens LED work light is definitely built for work. It sits atop a 5-foot tall adjustable mast and will glow for 5 hours on a charge.
With room for your iPad, headphones and all the other little doinklets that make up your mobile office, the BookBook Travel Journal is a briefcase for your tablet that’s cleverly disguised as an antique leather book.
This backpack designed for cycling is lightweight and it will stay that way because your laptop won’t fit in there. What will: a pair of shoes, a change of clothes. There’s also a little pocket for your phone, keys, and the like. Just the essentials for that ride in to the office.
If you want to get your nuts cracked open you don’t have to invite her mom over for dinner, nor do you have to dust off that weird wooden soldier that only comes out during the holidays. You can load your nuts into this one. It’s dishwasher-safe and made of silicone & aluminum.
Bosch has a new laser measure that syncs with Android and iOS to get your measurements of length, area, and volume as well as angles & multi-surface distances all into your smartphone where those measurements can be superimposed over images of the jobsite. Stuff like that.
You weren’t the only one expecting to see a picture of Justin Bieber. And despite the ironically reverse-ironic name, the Douchebag is a pretty solid bag designed to carry skis, snowboards, golfclubs, etc. The key to the design is its adjustable length. Because as you know, it always comes down to length! [insert Andrew Dice Clay voice:] “OHHHH!” via
DJI’s Phantom Quadcopter quickly became the go-to heli drone for aerial filming with GoPro cameras. The new, improved Phantom 2 offers better battery life, a camera stabilizing platform plus a HD video camera that let’s you see the action from your mobile device.