Carrying around a pocketable multi-tool is never a bad idea — but choosing the right one for your needs can be a real challenge. Leatherman By The Numbers Pocket Tools are here to help. Available in 10 different styles offering between four and six different tools each, this collection should have something to suit you, whether it's the #4 with Phillips and flathead screwdriver bits, the #5, with a box wrench, bottle opener, scraper, and more, or the #6, with its four-way combination of the two. Best of all, they're all made from sturdy stainless steel, and cost less than a 12-pack of your favorite beer.
Tools have changed a lot over the years. The Trusco Tool Box has not. Designed by Keiyu Hisashi in 1947, this sturdy, classic tool box is made from blue-enameled steel and swings open in one smooth motion, revealing various cubbies with removable dividers for things like screws, nails, pliers, and ever-present Allen wrenches. A large space in the bottom provides room for larger tools like hammers, ratchets, or anything else with a long-ish handle, and the striking color will make it easy to spot on the jobsite.
So you just moved into a new apartment, and you've got all your furniture set up, but with all those bare walls it still doesn't quite feel like home. It's time to hang some art. Instead of haphazardly adorning your wall with crooked frames, making it look junky, you want to make sure everything's level and square — and the best way of doing that is with the DeWalt Self-Leveling Line Laser. With just the push of a button, this incredible little device will level itself perfectly, casting a laser across your walls so you'll never have out-of-whack art again. Welcome home.