Ever wonder how much power your flashlight might be wasting throwing its full beam at objects that are only a few feet away? The Nitecore Sens Mini Flashlight does not suffer from this problem. Sporting a Cree LED capable of putting out 170 lumens, this tiny light measures less than two and a half inches long, and uses an accelerometer to figure out the angle you're holding it at, and thus how bright to make the light — less power when it's aimed down and you're trying to find your keys, more power when it's aimed horizontally and you're trying to figure out what's making all that noise in the bushes. It also features a waterproof, military-grade hard anodized aluminum alloy body, three brightness levels, a runtime of 14 hours (thanks to its intelligent dimming), and the ability to be used with only one hand or attached to a keychain, so that you'll never be without a light.
Forget keeping a drawer full of screwdrivers — you can replace them all with a single Tool Pen. Inspired by "Pop-A-Point" rainbow pens, this sleek tool is made from 6061 aluminum, and holds up to six bits, with a window on the side to show which ones are inside. Another seven bits — 13 total, including slotted, Phillips, hex, and star bits — are included in the set, and all of them can be swapped out by pulling on the tip of the first bit and sliding the new one into the hole at the back. And lest you lose the stylish cap, there's a powerful magnet built-in that keeps it securely in place until you're ready to use it again.
Yes, it has a rather silly name, but there's nothing silly about the utility you'll find in the Gerber Ding Dong Breaching Tool. Built in Portland, this versatile, lightweight tool is designed for getting through doors quickly — hence the name — and combines a cross-hatched sledgehammer, a battering ram, and a pry bar all into a single piece, with a durable fiberglass handle and a plate that mounts to MOLLE gear, securely snapping into place until you're ready for your next
home invasion rescue mission.