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Summer is here and any camper worth beans has a legit pocket tool. This compact, stainless steel beaut’ comes pre-approved by the British Army. It’s got a can opener, flathead screwdriver & sheep’s foot blade. It will not only slice real nice, you’ll be able to use the 3-inch marlinspike to rescue a dropped dog from the coals of the fire.
Cigars aren’t the best travel companions – unless you enjoy puffing a roll of tobacco with the consistency of moist hay. 63 intricate steps went into the creation of Vanderburgh’s Pocket Humidor. Small enough to slide into your over-nighter – large enough to house four 6 1/2in cubans & a Palio cutter. Too much hassle? You can always swing into 7-eleven & grab a pack of Swishers.
This isn’t Hallmark. Remind everyone of what a smart-ass you really are. They’ll still appreciate the acknowledgment of their first born. It’s the thought that counts, isn’t it?
A long, long time ago in a far-away place called Drivers Ed…you were not only advised to keep jumper cables handy, but instructed on the proper way to us them. Michelin’s 5100 will keep us from needing a refresher course. Heavy-duty 8-gauge, copper-clad, aluminum, 12′ cables automatically indicate a proper connection. Adjusting polarity to eliminate shorting or sparking, they even are stored in a sleek box housing a built-in surge protector to safeguard your vehicle’s electronics.
You’re all fired-up about sculpting the landscape, until you tackle the mess of tangled orange extension cords. Let me introduce… the Personal Power Buddie. Two 120v AC plugs drawing from a rechargeable battery-pack fastened to a wearable belt. Providing up to 40 amp hours of power, Electric Man, you’re one step closer to super-hero status with this one wrapped around your gut. Hold-tight – we’re still waiting on a drop-date.
If scissors & a chainsaw enjoyed a one-nighter – this very well could be the outcome. Black & Decker’s Alligator Electric Lopper cleanly cuts up to 4 inches in diameter with an all-enclosed blade. At 6.5 lbs & sporting a 4.5 amp motor, this little terror brings new meaning to the term bad seed.
“Rucksack” is what Brits call a backpack. Head Porter is a Japanese-based company. And well, Haven Shop, is an edgy-boutique in Edmonton, Canada. The internet brings it all together these days, doesn’t it? The Peak is a handsome, versatile pack sporting an assortment of pockets for your gear & ample padding for your rear.
If you’re all thumbs in the garage, DeWalt has a solution. The Magnetic Toughcase features two powerful magnets embedded within the lid allowing seamless attachment to any ferrous metal surface. Small enough to slide into your pocket – large enough to house 6-inch drill bits – fully equipped with 15 driving & fastening goodies. Source