Multi-task, multi-function, multi-tool … these days everything & everybody has to do more. That’s why the 2-in-1 Vika TwoFold makes sense. Who needs a work bench that just sits there? The TwoFold is a fully collapsible, portable workbench with a 24”X 30” workspace that quickly transforms into a sturdy scaffold holding 500 lbs. It even has a built-in powerstrip to plug your tools into. When you’re done with the job, simply fold it up, stash it & get back to the other five things you were doing.
It doesn’t just look sharp. It is sharp. Precision knife-maker, Wenger, creators of the original Swiss Army knife collaborated with Porsche Design on the P3700, a pocketknife both functional and elegant. With scissors, corkscrew, straight blade, a can opener and more – it’s a great little tool. The ergonomic design & matte black finish just make it look lethal.
Whether you’ve taken the whole DIY household project to a new level or want to unload the dust-covered, weird tools in Grandad’s garage, Old Tools Limited is the spot. They deal in the outdated & odd, the antique & the archaic. Any old hand-tool, measuring device or knuckle-buster can be found on this website. And…if you get fed up with your project and have tools for sale, they’re buying.
A standard dial padlock is like the rotary phone of security devices. That means outdated, if we lost you there. Thanks Master Lock for bringing the padlock into the 21st century. The Speed Dial Padlock uses a directional combo, so you don’t have to remember numbers. Set your own up, down, left, right pattern in any sequence you like & you’re in there.
When you have the right tool for the job, you feel like a winner instead of a weiner. Light-up all your leveling jobs with the Swanson Lightning series of beam levels. Using LED lights to illuminate the liquid vials, these pro-grade aluminum levels show you what you need to know instantly – even in a dark corner. Up an inch, down an inch…whatever.
Just one trip to the emergency room for stitches from a self-induced puncture wound should be enough to make you consider the ZipSnip. This handy cutter slices carpet, plastic, leather, cardboard and so on. Because it has a blade guard and reaches where scissors can’t, it’s a lot less likely to chop off your fingertip than you are. Plug-in, charge up & avoid injury.
After 50 years on the market, WD-40 has good reason to release this commemorative “Now & Then” twin-pack of America’s favorite household lube. Okay…second favorite lube. But, 50 years of quieting creaky hinges, dry bike chains and the like is a good run. The new can features the futuristic smart straw sprayer & the old can looks like a movie prop from the 50s, but still lubes like its 2010.
For the most part, we live in a wireless world. But, when it comes to things like extension cords, we need a little help to keep it straight. Enter the Cordpro CP-100. This little donut deals with unruly cords by storing them neatly coiled inside: up to 100 feet of standard 16/3 extension cord. When you’re done with the project, simply roll it back up into the shell. Easy as that.
We can all agree smashing stuff is fun, even when it’s work. And if you have the right tool, even the gnarliest demo job is a joy. The Jackson Pulverizer is the one. A hybrid hammer/multi-tool – it is perfect for wrecking anything. The soft TPE grip keeps your hand from going numb, while you do damage. The 1.5” sledge face, claw teeth, 2” scraper head and nail puller make this one of the most versatile tools in your toolbox.
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.