Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart
Black & Decker Ready Wrench

Black & Decker Ready Wrench

Having a big-ass tool set is all well and good, but when you can have the most popular sockets on hand in just one tool, why bother? The Black & Decker Ready Wrench ($30) offers exactly that, with 16 of the most popular sockets — in both standard and metric — on rotating heads on either end of the tool, ready to replace both one- and two-inch deep sockets. With a rubber grip for added comfort, it'll let you save the big tool set for those really tough jobs — like assembling Ikea furniture.

  • Dremel 4000

    Whether you're sanding, carving, engraving, cutting, polishing, or cleaning, you're going to want the Dremel 4000 ($80-$150). As Dremel's new top-of-the-line model, the 4000 is the company's best rotary tool yet, sporting a variable speed range of 5,000 to 35,000 rotations per minute, compatibility with all Dremel accessories, new motor technology to provide more feel with less effort, electronic feedback control to ensure consistent power, a 360-degree grip zone with pencil-grip nose cap, a separate on/off switch and speed dial, and more.

  • Flowtron Leaf Eater

    Prepare for the onslaught of fall leaves with the Flowtron Leaf Eater ($170). Featuring a fully capable, yet not Fargo-style body-approved motor, the Flowtron easily handles double handfuls of twigs, leaves, and sticks, and is designed to sit above your trash can for completely mess-free cleanup, while the two step shredding/mulching process leaves you with valuable compost that can be used to beautify your lawn next spring.