Leave the wrench set in the toolbox and tackle your next handyman job with the Craftsman Figure Eight Wrench ($20). This wrench can deal with eight common sizes. With four different fastener sizes on each end, you can deal with 6pt, 12pt, 4pt, spline, external torx, and partially rounded hex fasteners — all with a single tool.
Hopefully you'd never have to use it, but should the need arise, you'll certainly be glad to have the Leatherman Raptor ($TBA) at hand. Developed for uniformed medics, this scissor-like multi-tool features 420HC stainless steel shears, a strap cutter, a carbide glass breaker, a ring cutter, a ruler, and an oxygen tank wrench. Available May 2013.
Like to carry your keys on a carabiner? Upgrade from the climbing gear to something more refined... like the Keysquare ($36). Designed specifically for carrying your keys, it's cut and machined from a solid block of stainless steel and hand finished for durability. While it sports a long slit for attaching to a belt loop, it's still small enough to easily slide into a pocket, and like any good piece of metal, it also doubles as a bottle opener.