Gerber’s stealth black, 9 oz. Multiplier 600 was designed for the combat engineer. The odds that you’ll ever need the punch for opening C4 explosives or the blasting cap crimper are pretty slim but nevertheless, the wire cutter, knife, screwdrivers & other tools will all come in handy in civilian life.
If you carry all your most-used tools around in a tool belt you’ll look like the Construction Worker from the Village People. ’Stache or not, this isn’t something you want. Fiskars Shop Boss Snip combines a serrated blade, beer opener, wire stripper, and file for a tool that’ll do lots of tough household jobs without making you into a macho man.
The original Leatherman has been knocked-off in a hundred different ways but nothing compares to the real deal. The new Leatherman Rebar model features 17 different tools including pliers, knives, files and screwdrivers and wire cutters with a replaceable blade. The Rebar is a bit smaller and slimmer than standard models. Available in stainless and black oxide.
If you think like us, breaking your sledgehammer on the job should earn you a bottle of whiskey and the rest of the day off. But it doesn’t. All it does is send you out for a new handle or a whole new hammer. This line of guaranteed indestructible sledge hammers from BASH will keep you swinging ’til there’s nothing left to smash.
Most guys with a Dremel rotary tool keep it in a holster strapped to their hip. Now Dremel has introduced the Saw Max. It’s like a miniature circular saw that’ll cut through just about anything. With a 6 amp motor and Worm Drive gearing, it’ll rip through wood, metal, masonry, and tile. Fits right in the palm of your hand or your handy holster.
If you make up stupid reasons to go down to Home Depot or Lowe’s just to get out of the house, guess what, you’re not alone. But instead of walking around clueless then heading home with a carload of shrubs you don’t want to plant, check out Bosch’s 18V Rotary Hammer cordless drill. With it you can spend more time in the garage “working” rather than digging up the yard.
There are some tools you may not be comfortable having your lady play with. That’s why this handy, combination cordless screwdriver and flashlight is the perfect tool for a kitchen drawer or cabinet. She can use it when you’re not around. It’s small but powerful enough for household jobs and having a bright LED flashlight on hand is great for emergencies after dark.
Wenger, makers of genuine Swiss Army knives for over 100 years has introduced a new line of precision multi-purpose tools and blades. Their HypeX Pendants are survival tools you can wear. There’s a handful of different models in this line of lightweight “toolery”, & they’re all designed for action. We’re not sure who’s really going to need a flint and a knife sharpener hanging from their neck, but the Wyss model features a bottle opener & that’s one tool that always makes sense. Available June 2012.
Lightweight and perfectly packable, the folding aluminum Sven Saw will come in handy on your next mission into the wilderness. Its unique design unfolds into a bow saw featuring a razor sharp Swedish blade, perfect for zipping through firewood, clearing a campsite or the speedy removal of a gangrenous arm or leg.
The classic Swiss Army knife is cool and all but here’s a new multi-tool from CRKT that does a whole helluva lot with minimal bulk. Designed by Custom knife makers Ed Van Hoy & Tom Stokes, this efficient little weapon features a utility blade, a sawtooth blade, multi-fit box wrench, wire stripper, Phillips & flat screwdrivers plus driver bits, and the essential bottle opener.