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Black & Decker Gyro Screwdriver

Thanks to our smartphones and tablets, gyroscopes have become more and more commonplace. So why not put them to use for more than just rotating our photos and playing games? The Black & Decker Gyro Screwdriver does. Thanks to an internal gyroscope, it automatically senses whether you want to go in forward or reverse, and at what speed, all based on how much you turn your wrist. It can operate at up to 180 rpm and apply up to 35 inches per pound of torque, making it plenty powerful enough for most jobs, and it sports a built-in LED lamp to let you see what you're screwing — which is almost always a good thing.

  • Makita X2 LXT Cordless Chainsaw

    It's hard to argue against the benefits of cordless, electric power tools — but sometimes batteries just don't cut it for a yard tool facing a bigger task. The Makita X2 LXT Cordless Chainsaw features two 18V LXT Lithium-Ion batteries instead of just one, giving it the power of corded tools, while still running on the same battery packs as the rest of your Mikita toolkit. Thanks to battery operation, this chainsaw is quiet, produces no emissions, and requires little maintenance. It has a 12-inch guide bar length, a chain speed of 1,650 FPM, and weighs in at just over 11 pounds with the battery packs attached.

  • Tuls

    For those of you who put a lot of thought into your everyday carry, you know exactly how important it is to make the best-possible use of your limited pocket space. The creators of Tuls ($22 and up) had just that in mind when they came up with the Stan, the Lucy, the Roul, the Ollie, and the Opie. These credit-card-sized tools are perfect for slipping into your wallet or money clip, giving you a huge variety of important gadgets without taking up much space. Whether you need a set of hex wrenches, rulers, bottle openers, or a smartphone stand that doubles as a cord wrapper, they've got you covered.