For screwing in those hard to reach places, there’s possibly no better tool than the Flipout Tantrum. It’s an electric screwdriver that offers 168 different configurations, allowing you to get in there and screw it properly no matter how tight the space is.
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.
This solar powered grill isn’t just another nerd’s novelty. The SolSource was developed to help nomadic tribes in the Himalayas improve their nutrition. Now this fuel and emission-free cooking system will work for you, too. You can quickly grill, steam, bake, or boil your meals outside under the sun & you’ll never run out of gas again.
By now you know that the earbuds you got for free with your phone aren’t quite cutting it. For running, hiking, biking, and the like, Westone’s ALPHA crossover headphones are built to perform. They’re weather resistant, featuring a replaceable reflective cable with a 3-button control system and mic.
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.
The Buoy Chair moves like you do. It tilts one way then another, it swivels; it leans in, leans back. Whatever you’re comfortable with. You can adjust the height and carry it around by the handles. It’s available in 6 colors with 25 fabric options for the seat.
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.
Pry the top off this wooden crate & inside you’ll find everything you need to barbecue like a pro: a brass knuckle meat tenderizer, a cast iron smoker box, a set of four meat thermometers, dried hickory wood chips & a set of three premium BBQ sauces.
You can use the blade to cut off all your ratty Coachella party bracelets, then use the fork & spoon to shovel in organic edibles from Whole Foods before stashing it back in your Cone Denim bedroll and heading to the railyard to hop the next freight-train back to Fantasyland.