Like a Swiss Army knife is to a standard blade, the Rapid Warrior Utility Knife ($20) is much more than a glorified box-cutter. This handy, versatile tool comes with drywall, hacksaw, and general purpose saw blades as well as a regular utility blade, and can also accept standard reciprocating saw blades, offering no-tools-needed switching between them while the soft grip handle keeps your hands comfortable.
Whether you're building a house or just putting together some Ikea furniture, there's little more frustrating than having the necessary bolt, screw, or nail fall out of your hand or pocket only to disappear forever. MagnoGrip Magnetic Work Gear can help you avoid this time-waster with a variety of goods — including wristbands, nail pouches, belt clips, hammer holsters, suspenders, tool pouches, and, our tool belts (which we just put to good use) — made from rugged double-layered ballistic polyester, and featuring magnetic surfaces that hold small items securely in place until you're ready for them.
High-intensity discharge (HID) lamps have been all the rage in the car market for several years now, so it was only a matter of time until the tech trickled down to the personal lighting market. The Stanley HID Spotlight ($TBA) packs a 35 Watt HID bulb in its yellow, black, and silver chassis, along with an unbreakable polycarbonate lens, a metal rollbar for durability, a rechargeable battery with a 35 minute full power runtime, a 2-way dimmer for extending battery life, a CEC AC charger, and a carry lanyard.
Got a project you're working on that you don't want to clamp up Casino-style? Check out Rockler Bench Cookies ($12/4-pack). These durable, hockey puck-shaped workshop accessories feature grippy, non-marking rubber pads on both side, offering stability and support for your most important projects without the need for vice grips.
As anyone who's operated one knows, traditional gas-powered lawn tools are far from being "green." The Lehr Eco Trimmer & Blower ($180-$210) tackle this problem by running off 16.4 oz. Twist 'n Go propane canisters that allow for zero evaporative emission operation and zero-mess refueling. Other features of these eco friendly lawn tools include a four-stroke engine with a no choke/no priming start-up, a two-hour run time off a single canister, the lack of need for winterizing, and more cost-effective use and maintenance than your average tool. Well played.
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