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Cub Cadet Z Force S

Whether you're a lawn care professional or just a guy with a big yard, you can get it cut quickly and greenly with the Cub Cadet Z Force S ($5,500-$6,500; 2010). As the first zero-turn riding mower with a steering wheel instead of lap bars, the Z Force S' wheel controls both the front wheels and the independently controlled back wheels for greater maneuverability, and boasts features like 48- or 60-inch triple-blade fabricated heavy duty decks, a dual hydrostatic transmission, and an optional liquid propane version that can cut your fuel costs by up to 30 percent while reducing emissions. Probably overkill if you don't have at least an acre and a half.

  • Victor Mousetrap

    Forget smashed fingers and the lovely sight of a near-decapitated mouse in the morning — ditch your traditional traps for the Victor Mousetrap ($130). Preferred by exterminators for its unmatched dependability, the Victor uses peanut butter or bacon bits to lure the rodent into the trap, where three electrically charged plates sense its presence and kill it instantly. Once the deed is done, the trap automatically rotates and dumps the mouse in a receptacle, resetting for the next customer.

  • Rust-Oleum Universal Spray Paint

    Forget trying to figure out which paint to use for your next project — just pick up a can of Rust-Oleum Universal Spray Paint ($10) and go. The first and only all-surface spray paint, Universal features a new paint formula that adheres to any interior or exterior surface, including wood, metal, plastic, concrete and more, expands and contracts with changing temperatures to reduce cracking and chipping, offer's the company's legendary corrosion resistance and rust preventive protection, and provides superior one-coat coverage, so you can tag buildings finish your project with less paint and in less time.