Multi-tools can sure be handy — but with most of them, you'd best have both hands available for operation. The Leatherman OHT Multi-Tool ($70) is the company's first full-size tool to be designed with one-hand operation in mind, meaning you can get to the pliers, cutters, knives, screwdrivers, saw, can and bottle openers, and wrench without taking your other hand away from the steering wheelthe bad guy's throat your materials.
Not satisfied with the shovel/crowbar/axe combination of the original Crovel? The Crovel Tactical ($110) should sate your multi-purpose weapon/tool hunger. Boasting a steel shovel head, the Tactical offers a saw tooth edge, a threaded hollow steel handle that lets you screw in a slingshot attachment or a deadly sharp spike, 15 feet of 500 paracord wrapped around the handle, weighting that makes it an effective throwing weapon, and, of course, a bottle opener — because who cares how many people you kill if you can't enjoy a beer afterwards.
Get multiple projects done without multiple trips to the tool shed with the Crescent Odd Job Multi-Tool. This relatively petite tool serves as a hammer, mallet, ratcheting bit driver, screwdriver, utility knife, and nail puller, all while measuring less than a foot long. The real surprise? A multi-tool on Uncrate that doesn't include a bottle opener.