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Fiskars Super Splitting Axe

Fiskars Super Splitting Axe

We don't chop wood every day here at Uncrate HQ, but when we do, we use the smartly designed Super Splitting Axe ($40) from Fiskars (yes, the scissors people). With a 28-inch handle, a 4-1/4 pound head, and a lightweight, glass-fiber reinforced handle, you'll be splitting wood like a modern Paul Bunyan. The carbon steel blade has a PTFE coating which reduces friction, making for easy removal from the logs. And if you think this works well for splitting wood, just wait until you try it against zombies.

  • Bosch Worksite Table Saw

    Get precise cuts done no matter where you are with the Bosch Worksite Table Saw ($770). This 10-inch portable powerhouse features a smart guard system for superior control, a precise digital measuring display, 8-inch treaded pneumatic wheels to traverse even the toughest of job-site terrain, heavy-duty construction, and a Gravity-Rise stand for easy setup and take down.

  • Duracell Powerpack 600

    During the Northeast winter storm last week, this thing helped get us through a couple nights without power. The Duracell Powerpack 600 ($130) is a portable, heavy duty battery that acts an emergency power unit indoors and outdoors, and as a jump starter when carried in your trunk. Packing a 600-watt inverter, the Powerpack sports three AC outlets, one DC socket, an AM/FM radio with alarm clock, and an LED battery indicator. It comes with a set of jumper cables, and can be recharged from any household AC outlet or DC cigarette-lighter outlet. Device run times are pretty impressive. For your wife's car, pick up the Duracell Powerpack 300 ($69), which has less power but adds a built-in air compressor.