The name pretty much says it all. The Gerber Apocalypse Kit ($350) includes everything you need to keep yourself alive should a zombie outbreak occur — and that means machetes, axes, knives, and more knives. Pretty much anything with a blade on it, all packed into a durable canvas case. Be safe. Be prepared.
Hanging photos, artwork, shelves, and anything else on your wall while getting it perfectly straight and level can be hard — but it doesn't have to be. The Black & Decker SureGrip Laser Level ($30) makes it so by securing to your wall with a combination suction cup and silicone ring to eliminate marks, offering an integrated vial that changes from red to green when you've got it level, and a laser line that emanates from left or right, to ensure that everything on the wall is at the right height. The only way it could be easier is if it had an arm to reach out and hammer nails into the wall itself.
Sometimes you need more than a pedestrian flashlight — and the LED Lenser X21 Flashlight ($400) is definitely not pedestrian. Featuring seven ultra-bright, high-performance LED chips paired with terminator lenses, the X21 produces up to 1120 lumens of light — enough to put typical car headlights to shame — and can disperse it in a broad, circular beam, or in a tightly-focused stream that can reach up to 1500 feet. It goes without saying, but you probably don't want to be flashing this thing in your — or anyone else's — eyes.
Why buy two tools when you can just buy one? The Rockwell Trans4mer ($250) is a convertible power tool that changes from a jigsaw to a reciprocating saw in a flash, and offers wireless operation thanks to a 12-volt LithiumTech battery that recharges in just 30 minutes. It's also got the ability to switch between six cutting-position angles, a comfortable grip, and an integrated LED worklight to ensure you're hitting the mark.
Stop running down your car battery just to get music in the garage and pick up the Kobalt 53-inch Tool Chest w/Pioneer Sound System. This hulking beast of a tool chest offers killer features like LED lighting, an integrated four-plug power strip, a Pioneer sound system with remote and MP3/CD player, included drawer liners, double-walled construction, and a 2,200 lbs. capacity with casters that lock, swivel, and absorb shocks.