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Black & Decker RapidRoller

Add some color to your surroundings as part of your spring cleaning with the Black & Decker RapidRoller ($45). A rethinking of the traditional paint roller and tray, the RapidRoller features a handle that holds and dispenses paint right onto the three-position pivoting roller itself, letting you tackle hard-to-reach areas and corners with ease, an integrated spatter shield, and a kickstand to keep things clean when you decide it's time for a beer break.

  • Wrex Titanium Pocket Wrench

    Of all the things we've seen on pocket tools, wrenches tend to be pretty uncommon — which is what makes the Wrex Titanium Pocket Wrench ($180) so special. Weighing in at only 2.9 oz., this versatile tool offers a trigger-locking adjustable wrench, an ultra sharp, titanium coated blade attached to the jaw, a wire stripping hole, a double-ended driver bit, a 1/4-inch hex bit driver with o-ring, an included lanyard, and, of course, a bottle opener.

  • Base Camp X Axes

    Handmade and designed to last a lifetime, Base Camp X Axes ($175-$445) are a handy tool for clearing away that brush this spring. Available in five styles, including the large Titanis, the double bit Cruiser, and the Nepal-inspired Khukri, these high-end choppers are finished with fine woods and leathers, and feature blades sharp enough to fell a tree without breaking a sweat — or something like that. [Thanks, Brad]