Remove the hassle of mixing gas from your mowing routine and help out the environment with the Neuton Battery-Powered Mower ($480). Like conventional mowers, the Neuton includes a mulching plug, bagger, and side discharge chute, but unlike conventional mowers, it's powered by a rechargeable 24-volt battery that provides enough juice for 45-60 minutes of mowing per charge. Plus, it's nearly silent - just turn the safety knob, squeeze the handlebar, and mow.
If you're the green thumb type, you can now leave most of your tools in the garage with the Leatherman Hybrid Gardening Multitool ($35). This lightweight gadget offers several built-in gardening tools, such as bypass pruners, a weed remover, a bark lifter, a saw, a sprinkler tool, and non-slip handles, and is under five inches long when closed. Just like all other Leatherman tools, this one also includes a 25-year guarantee — so you can count on it year after year.
The Stihl MM 55 Yard Boss ($330) is an easy-to-maneuver, multi-tasking yard tool that will help you tear it up in the backyard this summer. Using a universal power train, the Yard Boss can be used with a number of attachments, including Cultivator, Edger, Lawn Aerator, Dethatcher, Bristle Brush.
While targeted at the less-than-mainstream construction equipment rental market, the B-16 Concrete Bomber ($TBD) is simply too hardcore not to show you. Created by the Miller Spreader Company, this ride-on concrete buggy sports a WWII-inspired shark's teeth design, along with some upgraded concrete pouring features, heavy-duty machinery, and a reliable Honda engine.
Save your credit cards and instead chip away the frozen stuff with this handy Wallet Ice Scraper ($10). As its name implies, the super-slim stainless steel blade fits perfectly in your wallet so you'll always have a scraper on hand — and never again have to drive half way to work with your head hanging out the side window.