When you hear “wrecking bar” you probably think back to that night in Vegas when shit got out of hand. This wrecking bar is for a different type of demolition. It’s a Nail puller, tile ripper, chisel smash, board straightener and demo axe for chopping through walls. And when the dust settles, a bottle opener. Do some damage.
Four hundred bucks for a Lego set? That’s right. You’re about to drop more on this massive, new Lego spaceship than you did on your first car. But why not? It’s Darth Vader’s Super Star Destroyer Executor. Brand-new. A Star Wars original. It is also the longest Lego spacecraft ever made, 51 inches. Made up of over 3000 Lego bricks, it’ll provide hours of fun for you and the, uh, the kid. Available September 1.
On a hot summer day, the last thing you want to happen with your wheelbarrow full of steaming manure is to lose a grip and dump it out halfway to your destination. Talk about losing your shit! The sturdy steel loop handles on this 6-cubic foot hauler make all the difference. They help you keep a grip from portage to pour-out, no bull.
Power cords all seem to slide off the edge of the desk down into the dusty abyss. It’s enough to make you head butt the desktop repeatedly. Save your forehead, try the Pinza. It’s about as simple as putting a brick on top of the cords, but much smaller and cooler looking. Cast in Stainless steel & hand-polished, this heavy little nugget holds multiple cords in place, preventing the powerful urge to headbutt.
Even if you’re not much of a golfer, you’ve probably suppressed the urge to drive your iPhone into the nearest water hazard on occasion. We all have. This ultra-thin gel skin looks exactly like the dimpled pattern of your third favorite ball. It will protect your phone from minor smashings. At just 1mm thick, this skin is not bulky, just ballsy.
Now that you’re a big boy, wearing a knapsack to carry your work is a little goofy. Then again, toting a briefcase around like Willy Loman is pretty lame, too. This versatile carryall from Swiss bag makers Qwstion splits the difference. Carry it like a 30-pack into the office or wear it like a backpack when you hit the road. Metal hardware, leather trim, integrated laptop sleeve. Now go.
Two reasons why a leather jacket for your whiskey bottle is a great idea: the bottle might survive a drop that would destroy your iPhone. And lets face it, the contents of the bottle are way more valuable than the phone. The second reason, your old lady won’t know how much of “Daddy’s Little Helper” you’ve consumed, since the bottle is holstered in rich, vegetable tanned leather. It also mounts to your belt for easy access at parent-teacher meetings, golf, romantic walks, etc.
The city of San Francisco is pretty close to the mountains. This is great for upstart backpack brand Boreas. It means easy access for R&D test missions. Their burly, but minimalist, packs come in a whole slew of sizes. From an ultralight trail-runner/day-hike size all the way up to a 60-liter weekender with bad-ass suspension.
This ‘Stud Squared’ isn’t a two-man stripper-gram. Sorry ladies. It’s an advanced tape measure/multi-tool working like a regular 25-foot tape, except it has a square attached for better measuring, marking & framing. Let’s you do the work of two men. She might like that.
A ‘plectrum’? Isn’t that a device the proctologist uses? Wait, no. It’s the college word for a guitar pick. If you play guitar, you always need a pick. With this manual punch you can turn old, unused or maxed-out credit cards into perfectly-shaped, one-of-a-kind picks for pluckin’ on your instrument.