Why go out and shovel your own driveway when you can get a robot to do it for you? Like an all-weather outdoor Roomba, this Robot Snow Plow takes care of an unpleasant chore while you relax. This six-wheeled unit is powered by six 127 RPM motors, and features an aluminum chassis, a Spektrum DSMX DX6i remote control, 13" tiller tires, 80W headlights for visibility even in the dark, two 55 amp batteries, and a 52" wide plow blade that can make short work of even the longest patches of pavement.
Whether you're prepping for the eventual downfall of humanity, you're a serious survivalist looking for an addition to your bug-out bag, or you're just a collector of bizarre weaponry, you need the Survival Slingshot. This multipurpose weapon accommodates normal slingshot balls, as well as full-size arrows — thanks to its folding whisker biscuit — so you can target shoot, bow fish, and hunt small game. Its rail system allows it to hold an included flashlight, as well as a range of additional attachments, while a compass and a waterproof storage area make it a versatile tool for handling the toughest situations nature throws your way.
Already known for their design contribution to the likes of Ferrari, Pininfarina is synonymous with beautiful, luxurious aesthetics. But now they'll be known for something a little bit different — the Pininfarina Cambiano Inkless Pen. At first glance, the design is unmistakably Pininfarina, with an elegant shape, handcrafted in Italy from aluminum and wood. But the design is far from the most impressive aspect of this pen. Its ethergraph tip allows it to write forever, without the need to ever refill ink. This tip gives it the precision of writing with a sharp pencil, with effortless strokes, while also leaving a permanent mark like your former favorite pen.
It doesn't matter if you get an occasional squall or feet of snow every year — shoveling your driveway is a pain in the ass. Make it less of a chore with one of these Cub Cadet 3X Snow Throwers. Available in four models ranging in size from 26 to 30 inches, these blowers feature powerful 4-stroke engines, push-button electric starters, 6 forward and 2 reverse speeds, and a three-stage system that gathers the ice, slush, and snow in the center before blasting it out and up, away from your drive in no time.
Head into the unknown fully equipped with the Nax 2.0 by your side. Designed in collaboration with special forces soldiers, preppers, and survival gear aficionados, this multi-tool for the forest/jungle combines the features of a kukri knife, machete, and hatchet into one easy-to-carry tool. Featuring a professional, zero ground edge, it's made from 4130 chromoly steel that's heat-treated to +48 HRC hardness, and also boasts a pommel with a pry and bottle opener, a built-in gas shut-off wrench, and a handle wrapped in 550 paracord — so you'll have a secure grip no matter what you're doing.
If you haven't yet started preparing for a potential breakdown of society, don't worry — the Wolfram Survival Cabinet gives even the laziest among us a one-step way to go from woefully unprepared to ready for anything. The cabinet itself is double steel-walled, made in the USA, features dual locks, and comes in a handsome orange. But it's what's inside that's the real draw: over 170 items carefully selected to keep you safe and alive should all hell break loose. From water, food, and first-aid materials to tools, sanitation, and shelter needs, it's got your covered.
Replace at least four grip-based tools with a single Crescent Switchblade Cutter. This handy tool uses a compound action design to deliver maximum leverage with minimum effort, and includes four separate blades: a straight cutting blade for ducting and siding, a cable cutting blade for wires and such, a standard plier head with its own wire cutter, and a multi-purpose blade that can cut rope, shingles, vinyl, and plastics, cut and bend wire, and, because no tool is complete without it, open bottles. Just throw it in the included holster and get to work.
In case you haven't heard of them, iFixit are generally the first people to tear any new, popular gadget apart — all in the name of helping you fix yours should it break somewhere down the road. As you can imagine, that takes a pretty specific set of tools. And now you can keep them in your own office/garage/gadget emergency room with the iFixit Pro Tech Tool Kit. This all-in-one package packs 70 tools to help you care for/hack your electronics, including a 54-bit driver kit, opening tools, knives, rulers, tweezers, spudgers, and more, thankfully packed in a handy carrying case. Now all you need is a hair dryer. Trust us.
Ideal for the guy with lots of gear, but not a lot of space, MyLifter ($125) gives you storage you never thought you had. This handy device is an app-connected electrical winch that lets you easily hoist just about any kind of gear — bikes, kayaks, canoes, crates, bags — up to the ceiling, getting them out of the way and freeing up your limited storage. Each winch is capable of lifting 50 pounds, but you can combine multiple ones together to double, triple, or quadruple that capacity. Best yet, they work in tandem and sync up with the included iOS app, so you can program in different heights, allowing you to automatically lift anything with ease.
Designed to be the only tool you'll ever need to carry for simple, everyday cutting and prying tasks, the Industry Solid Titanium Tool Set ($155) is perfectly-made to slip right onto your keys. These two tools, machined from solid titanium and polished to a mirror finish, feature a key slot so you can always have them on you. One is made for cutting, with a sharp edge that also works for prying, while the other is made for opening, with a bottle opener and a scraper. With their minimalist, yet functional design, they're made to last for years while always coming in handy whenever you carry them.
No matter where you work — whether it's in a shop, or in the kitchen — when the job gets messy, there are few better ways to protect yourself and your clothes than a sturdy apron. Knife & Flag Work Aprons ($80-$120) are made from durable 16- or 20-ounce canvas fabric, with leather straps in a cross-harness design, and double-stitched seams, so you know they're built to resist some serious punishment. Available in either a split-leg design, or a one-piece design, they come in denim, olive, and black colors. With plenty of pockets to hold all your stuff, brass clasps, rings, and buttons, and fine workmanship, they're probably the last apron you'll ever buy.
Make singed arm hair, burnt knuckles, makeshift pokers, and puny fires a thing of the past with Grill Daddy King Tong Pro ($35) — the perfect tool for any fire pit or indoor fireplace. At 28 inches long, you can keep at a safe distance while tending the fire, without sacrificing the ability to move everything from small bits of kindling to big smoldering logs. Comfortable grips, an extra handle for when things get really heavy, and durable stainless steel construction mean you'll be able to pick up heavy loads safely, while the heat resistant handle and heat shield give you all the protection you need.