At less than 3-inches, it’s a small one, but the index finger choil gives the stainless steel Dragonfly knife a big blade feel in the hand. And it’s so light—just over an ounce—that you’ll always bring it along. It features a locking blade and the bright orange handles are made of tough fiberglass reinforced nylon. If you can’t stand orange, it’s available in other colors, too.
Rather than digging through your duffle bag for your wrinkled clothes all weekend, the Rise Weekender design allows it to hang from the closet bar and expand into an organized shelving system. While your clean clothes stay neat & organized on the shelves, there’s a lower compartment for your dirties and the whole thing “unpacks” in seconds.
If you’ve got a passion for toys and a few hundred hours (dollars) to kill, Lego’s new 2,989-piece model of the Sydney Opera House will allow you to hide down there and claim “Still working” for the next few months. Have fun.
If you thought counting steps only mattered to middle-aged women, guess again. You and your dog are the next target in the activity monitor revolution. The Whistle monitor attaches to your dogs collar and collects all kinds of doggy data including how much walking, play time, and rest he’s getting. The Whistle app creates graphs, tracks goals, and offer insights on your dog’s health.
This thing will turn your garage into a service station. The space-saving, ceiling-mounted unit offers a retractable 25-foot utility cord, an on-demand air pump, and a hands-free 100-watt LED work light for tackling all those weekend projects.
Finnish people know how to keep warm. First they invented the sauna, now they’ve redesigned the axe to make splitting firewood a cinch. When you strike the log, the unique design of the axe head automatically detaches the chopped portion of wood. End result: you’ll actually look like you’ve done this before.
Made of lightweight, waterproof Amphibiskin fabric and backed by adventurer Bear Grylls, the Glider is a tarp slash camping shelter that also happens to work as a drinking water retention system. It’s the first shelter to offer you a drink; a design that integrates raingutters into the corners, allowing you to attach 4 water bottles at a time for collecting drinkable rainwater.
If you have a lot of junk in the trunk and want it to stop bouncing around back there, try these. Stayhold is a plastic wall that grips the carpet in your car’s trunk to keep that “junk” from moving all around while you drive.
It’ll take you approximately 127 hours to cut your own arm off with its one-inch sawblade, but the other tools on the stainless steel ATOM keyring multi-tool, like the hex wrenches and beer opener, will come in handy once you have to start doing everything with that one remaining hand.
These box weave linen towels make sense for summer. The natural fabric is lightweight and way more packable than a fluffy cotton towel. Linen also repels beach sand while that fluffy cotton one picks it up like a magnet. It absorbs moisture like a sponge & dries faster than cotton does. What else do you need to know? Convert to linenism now. Towel comes in three sizes & 3 colors.