Take care of your turf from top to bottom with the new Craftsman C3 Lawn Care Line. Comprised of the C3 String Trimmer ($135), C3 Hedge Trimmer ($100), C3 Sweeper ($80), and the C3 Chain Saw ($110), all of which are powered by the C3's interchangeable 19.2 volt lithium-ion batteries, which recharge in an hour or less, with a red-to-green charge indicator and a common Craftsman interface which make them compatible with many power tools you may already own. The chain saw is the only piece that you can buy right now, but they'll all be on sale soon. And it's still unconfirmed, but we hear this is the prototype of the C3 Automatic Mower.
Never mind the fact that you probably have no use for a big, expensive, and heavy demolition robot — you're going to want one anyway. The Husqvarna DXR 310 Demolition Robot ($TBA) is like having your own life-size Transformer to play around with, breaking down walls, doors, and anything else you can imagine. It features a robotic arm that reaches over 15 feet, a modern remote control that offers Bluetooth, a 3.5-inch screen, and one-handed operation, and the ability to pass through normal doorways and climb stairs — if it hasn't ripped them apart already. To hell with actual work though - you should just use it to wreak apocalyptic havoc on your neighborhood, then tell the police a drunken Optimus Prime is to blame.
It's about time someone designed a true multi-tool that didn't look like a Swiss Army knife. The Byrd Harp Multi Tool ($35) instead borrows its design from the stringed musical instrument, with functional slotted- and Phillips-head screwdrivers, a punch/awl, a gimlet, a mini-saw, a corkscrew, a file, and a small/large head hammer that doubles as a bottle opener, all of which rotate out individually from an outer ring and fold flat for insertion into an included leather carrying case. Because you never know when you'll need to do some carpentry while sipping on some Opus One.