The Backcountry Boiler is a camp stove that burns stuff like sticks, pinecones and leaves instead of fossil fuel. It’s super light and the design of the little combustion chamber gulps in air for a quick heat up. Overall it’s a great idea unless it rains.
You’ve really got to be into some heavy construction to need the torque offered in this new ½-inch Hammer Drill from Milwaukee Tools. With a burly 650-lbs. of torque this thing will bore through wood, steel, and concrete like it’s going through microwaved margarine. Its brushless motor lasts longer and works harder while a Red Lithium battery extends run time by 50%.
It makes no sense that you’d protect your phone’s glass screen with another piece of glass, but since you’re not a glass expert, let us explain why it works. Firstly, the screen protector from Spigen isn’t just glass, it’s actually Oleophobic coated chemically treated tempered glass. That’s science-speak for “Smashproof.” Get it? Ok, later. Source
The Drill Sergeant Pro Bit Holder does more than just mount to your tool and hold your bits in place. It also keeps the rest of your junk snug. That’s right Handyman. With magnetized sleeves to hold 8 drill bits plus another magnetic catch all for screwing hardware this little accessory will really help you with the countersinking, if you catch our drift.
Hendrix, Page, Clapton … Why is it that the guitar-rock of the 60s and 70s is still the best stuff ever recorded? Well, a lot of it has to do with the amps. Instead of today’s solid state, digital gear, old amps were powered by tubes, giving the guitars their magical, warm & fuzzy tones. Fender is now releasing a series of vintage-style tube amps that capture the sound of the era and feature some unique designs. The Pawn Shop series may look like they came from the dusty backroom of a pawn broker but they’re brand new.
Anyone buying an axe this pretty is going to be using it as decoration. With its hickory handle and polished, 2 lb. drop-forged alloy steel head, this thing will look great leaning against the fireplace. But it really will chop wood. Just please, before you lop off your big toe or put a divet in the hardwood floor, watch a youtube video on how woodchopping is actually done.
Yes, your little Etsy-made piece of reclaimed two-by-four is a great stand for your iPad2 at home. But in the office you might prefer something it bit more tidy. This stand from Ten One Design is the one. Brushed aluminum that looks like Apple made it, magnetic attachment, junkshow-free styling.
Aside from measuring your bosses package, there would seem to be very few uses for a 3-inch ruler. Nonetheless, you can slap one of these little ruler-stickers on the back of a credit card and know the true length or thickness or whatever you need to measure in both U.S. and metric units up to 3 inches.
Rite In The Rain all-weather writing paper has been to the summit of Everest and works like a charm in the jungles of Africa. Anywhere wet weather and moisture could compromise your note taking, this stuff will endure. Handy notebooks of all shapes and sizes are available direct from their web site.
One common problem with your go-to bag is that normally you need about three or four different bags to carry your cargo depending on the day. The 3 Way Brief by Porter, however, goes a long way to solve this irritating fact of life. By converting from a brief to a backpack to a shoulder bag in seconds flat and built everyday tough, this versatile Japanese-made carry-all will really be the one. Yes, the actual go to.