Forget the traditional forms of jump testing — with the Vert Wearable Jump Device, you can measure every vertical leap you take, whether it's during a training session or in the heat of a game. The sensor itself is a small black affair that's worn around the waist, and can attach to your clothing via the included clip or be hidden inside a specially-designed belt. Using the high-precision gyroscope and accelerometer, it can give you info about your latest flight via the built-in OLED display, but to get the most out of it, you'll want to pair it to your iPhone, iPad, or Android device using the Bluetooth 4.0 connection and use the companion app to track and share a multitude of stats.
Need to cut through beams, hard insulation, or other serious (and seriously thick) building material? Make sure you have a Festool Sword Saw on the job. Like the chainsaw version of a circular saw, this impressive tool allows you to quickly and accurately cut straight lines through wood and other materials up to 7 7/8" thick. It also features a bevel feature that tilts up to 60 degrees — giving it the ability to do compound miter cuts — and thanks to a dust collection port, you won't have to get your workshop covered in grime when you use it.
Despite its name, the Kershaw Select Fire Multi-Tool Knife doesn't really have much to do with fire, unless you happen to be using it to cut up kindling. Instead, the "select fire" refers to the built-in adjustable angle bit driver, which works with the four included bits to drive flat head or phillips screws, and also works with standard 1/4" bits. Other features include a 3 3/8" stainless steel blade, a glass-reinforced nylon handle, and an included pocket clip.
It's damn cold outside and it's not getting warmer anytime soon, so you might as well make the most of it with a Osbe Proton Senior Ski Helmet. The company's flagship model, it features a high-impact resistant shell in your choice of six colors, an integrated, removable visor, a temperature-regulating air ventilation system, a washable plush liner, a micrometric buckle for a precise fit, and a goggle strap on the back for those times when you want superior optics. All you need is some skis or a snowboard, some powder, and a slope.