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DeWalt Self-Leveling Line Laser

So you just moved into a new apartment, and you've got all your furniture set up, but with all those bare walls it still doesn't quite feel like home. It's time to hang some art. Instead of haphazardly adorning your wall with crooked frames, making it look junky, you want to make sure everything's level and square — and the best way of doing that is with the DeWalt Self-Leveling Line Laser. With just the push of a button, this incredible little device will level itself perfectly, casting a laser across your walls so you'll never have out-of-whack art again. Welcome home.

  • Worx Aerocart

    Whether or not you want to admit it, summer is winding down to a close -- and that means it's time to get finished all those projects you've been putting off until now. But serious work calls for serious tools, which is why you need the Worx Aerocart. Transforming into a wheelbarrow, a dolly, or a hand cart, this beast is no one-trick pony. With tires that won't go flat, and steel construction ready to handle up to a 300-pound load, it's the ideal tool when you need to move anything from bags of mulch to your new washer-dryer.

  • Nitecore Sens Mini Flashlight

    Ever wonder how much power your flashlight might be wasting throwing its full beam at objects that are only a few feet away? The Nitecore Sens Mini Flashlight does not suffer from this problem. Sporting a Cree LED capable of putting out 170 lumens, this tiny light measures less than two and a half inches long, and uses an accelerometer to figure out the angle you're holding it at, and thus how bright to make the light — less power when it's aimed down and you're trying to find your keys, more power when it's aimed horizontally and you're trying to figure out what's making all that noise in the bushes. It also features a waterproof, military-grade hard anodized aluminum alloy body, three brightness levels, a runtime of 14 hours (thanks to its intelligent dimming), and the ability to be used with only one hand or attached to a keychain, so that you'll never be without a light.