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Leatherman OHT Multi-Tool

Multi-tools can sure be handy — but with most of them, you'd best have both hands available for operation. The Leatherman OHT Multi-Tool ($70) is the company's first full-size tool to be designed with one-hand operation in mind, meaning you can get to the pliers, cutters, knives, screwdrivers, saw, can and bottle openers, and wrench without taking your other hand away from the steering wheel the bad guy's throat your materials.

  • Bosch 12-Volt Max Pocket Driver

    Sure, there are more powerful drills — but few can go where this one can. The Bosch 12-Volt Max Pocket Driver sports a compact, lightweight design that allows it to fit into areas most drill's can't while making it easy to keep nearby on a belt loop or in a holster. Lithium-ion batteries ensure that it'll have the juice to finish the job and recharge quickly once it's over, and thanks to a motor that supplies up to 265 inch-pounds of torque, it's got more than enough muscle to tackle nearly any task.

  • Worx Semi-Automatic Screw Driver

    Cordless drills are great for around-the-house chores, but they can be overkill for a lot of tasks — and keeping track of all their bits can be a pain, besides. Enter the Worx Semi-Automatic Screw Driver. This crazy/handy tool comes with two rapid reload cartridges that hold six bits a piece and uses a slide action system to change the bit selection, letting you go from drilling a pilot hole to Philips to flat head in no time flat — and no bits lost.