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DeWalt 20V MAX Handheld LED Light

Not every jobsite has ample lighting. Make sure you can get your task done with the DeWalt 20V MAX Handheld LED Light. This compact tool runs for up to 11 hours using the same 20V MAX 2.0Ah Lithium Ion battery as the company's drills, drivers, and saws, and outputs a consistent 160 lumens from the time you turn it on until it runs out of juice. It also has a pivoting head so you can aim it directly on your work area, and thanks to a kickstand, beltclip, and integrated magnets, it's easy to mount no matter what the situation.

  • Bagel Smart Tape Measure

    It's about time someone finally upgraded the conventional tape measure. With three measuring modes and a digital display, the Bagel Smart Tape Measure will make counting tiny ticks and fighting a metal blade a thing of the past. Use the retractable string for when you're measuring more than just straight lines, like a waistline, or flip it on its side and wheel it along any surface with one hand. For really hard to reach areas, point the ultrasonic sensor at a wall or ceiling to track the distance up to 16 feet. The Bagel will automatically save up to 100 measurements or can send them directly to your smartphone. A mobile app will organize and analyze your measurements and can help you create virtual blueprints, purchase the right size clothes, and keep track of weight loss. Its lithium polymer battery lasts up to 24 hours and can be recharged with any micro USB cable.

  • Timahawk

    When you're in a survival situation, the less you have to carry, the better. The Timahawk can take a chunk out of your tool bag by combining many tools in one. This well-balanced implement measures 27 inches long yet weighs under four pounds, with a hardened steel core, heat-treated head, and recycled plastic handles. As for the jobs it can do, it's a capable crowbar, a powerful axe and tomahawk, and can also work as an ave hammer, a hoe, and a breaching tool. Crafted in America, it'll be ready for anything, even if you're not.