Made of stainless steel and sized perfectly for an EDC keyring, the Griffin Pocket Tool offers 11 very useful functions including 4-7mm hex drivers, prybar/flathead screwdriver, a scoring tool, bottle opener, & more. If you don’t want to carry it as a keyring, a pocket clip gives you the option of carrying it on its own.
With the Bagel smart tape measure you have three modes to choose from, making it easier to measure just about anything. String Mode for measuring curved objects, Wheel Mode for length & distances up to 33 feet using just 1 hand, & a remote, laser mode for hard to reach spots. All measurements can be sent to your phone where you can keep track & organize it in an app.
Timahawk’s Survival Tool is a 27-inch axe/multi-tool that offers a lot of functions for wilderness survival scenarios. In addition to the 6-inch axe blade, it has an adze hammerhead for trenching and digging, plus a pry bar/nail puller. The business ends of this tool are made of 4130 hardened and heat-treated steel and the handle is made of recycled plastic.
Gerber’s time-tested & American made 06 Automatic has been deployed with US Troops for 10 years. To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Gerber has created a special edition of the popular push-button knife. It’s got a 3.8” S30V stainless blade, Cerakote coated handles, and commemorative markings: a laser etched reverse American flag on the blade.
Equipped with a lock pick, handcuff shim, saw, & other tools, the Readyman Hostage Escape Card is a lifesaver that fits easily in your wallet. Lightweight & easy to conceal, its tools snap out for quick deployment. To make sure you can get yourself out of trouble, Readyman offers instructional videos on how to use all the tools.
Why screw around when your tools can be officially-licensed Star Wars merchandise? The Lightsaber toolkit is a set of 3 screwdrivers consisting of an 8″ long flathead with Vader hilt, an 8” long Phillips with a Luke Skywalker hilt, & a 6.5” long flathead with a Yoda hilt. Sorry no lasers.
With a design that made its way into the MOMA, the Japanese-made Trusco Cantilever toolbox is made of enamel-coated metal and features a fold-out top. Removable metal dividers in the upper compartments let you keep small tools and parts sorted while the main compartment carries the bigger tools.
It’s all about the spikes. For tough digging jobs, the jagged teeth on this heavy-duty America-made shovel make it easier to break through ice, clay, and roots. The handle is made of lightweight yet super-tough fiberglass & the D-Grip features a hollow storage compartment to carry emergency essentials, like matches, flint, hooks, & fishing line.
This is not some cute little camp saw; the The Filzer Buckster Bow Saw is capable of cutting logs up to 13 inches in diameter. And once you’ve hacked the trees, the saw collapses down, with all its parts neatly stored in a cylindrical tube for easy portability. With an all aluminum design, it weighs just over 1lb.
Developed by world-renowned knife craftsman Ken Onion, the Orion looks like a WWI classic but is a truly modern design featuring “Field Strip” technology which allows for quick, tool-free disassembly for cleaning & maintenance. Its 3.5” AUS stainless drop point blade is deployed with a bayonet lug-style flipper & the handles are made of aircraft aluminum.