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Crovel

We're used to multi-tools that fit in your pocket, so seeing the Crovel ($85) for the first time was a bit of a shock. Named for its mashup of a shovel and crowbar, the Crovel also serves as a saw, axe, hammer, bottle opener, and more, letting you pack lighter while preserving maximum utility. Just don't let it fall into the wrong hands — if an axe murderer is deadly with his namesake weapon, imagine the damage he could inflict with this thing.

  • Worx JawSaw

    The storms of spring often bring plenty of downed branches and trees in need of a quick trim, but if you're like us, the idea of getting out there with a full-bodied chainsaw sounds about as smart as juggling venomous snakes. Enter the Worx JawSaw ($120). Capable of handling limbs and shoots up to four inches wide, the JawSaw holds its prey inside its jaws, ensuring stability while keeping the six-inch chainsaw away from your fingers and toes, and its electric design makes it more eco-friendly than its gas-powered counterparts.

  • Antique Tools

    Innovation is all around us — in our cars, our computers, our phones, and our tools. But sometimes it's nice to escape all this technology, and using Antique Tools ($30-$150) is a great way to do just that. Hand selected for their quality, character, and appeal by Garrett Wade, these classic levels, rules, planes, and spades are sure to add a hint of vintage integrity to your workshop.