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Little Giant BigTrex Ladder

Little Giant BigTrex Ladder

It's always irritating when you're trying to get a job done several feet up in the air only to battle baby-sized rungs. The Little Giant BigTrex Ladder ($170) solves this problem, and several others, with innovative features like extra-wide, 6.5-inch deep rungs, an integrated no-pinch handle that lets you open and close the ladder with just one hand, an included tool tray with a magnetic cubby for screws, nuts, and bolts and an integrated tool slot, and a weight of just 22 lbs. The downside? You now have even fewer excuses to replace that burnt-out, far-off light bulb.

  • Jackson Pulverizer

    Whether you need to bust up an old driveway or simply want to make yourself a hole into the neighbor's bathroom for creepy, voyeuristic reasons, The Pulverizer is the tool for the job. At 3.5 lbs. and just over a foot long, it's sturdy enough to take some abuse while remaining small enough to pack along no matter what the job. Features include a industrial-grade sledge head with a 1.5-inch strike face, a two inch scraper and nail puller, a textured TPE grip, claw teeth for better grip when plying, and the strength that comes from fully-forged manufacturing.

  • Husqvarna 355FX Forestry Saw

    You mostly see people in movies clearing their way through the forest with a machete or some other longish blade, but if you have more than just a subtle path to clear, it's time to call in some professional-strength tools. Like the Husqvarna 355FX Forestry Saw ($1,200). Using ergonomically-angle bicycle handlebars for control, the 355FX clears away even the densest of brush with a meaty X-Torq engine, a 22-tooth wood cutting blade that's angled for more effective trimming, thumb-operated throttle, and a jetpack-like Balance XT harness to make sure you stay in control at all times. Dieter Dengler sure could have used one of these.