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Meyer Home Plow

Have a longer than average driveway, or live so far out in the sticks that the DOT laughs when you ask if they're going to clear your road? Fight the good fight and plow away the snow yourself with the Meyer Home Plow ($2,600). Engineered for SUVs and light pickups, the Home Plow attaches using a Quick-Link system that lets you attach or detach it in less than a minute with zero tools, and features 14 gauge steel construction, a width of 6 feet 8 inches, and a patented auto-angling system that detects which side of the plow is seeing the most action and angles the blade in that direction for maximum efficiency. You'll never look at your shovel with contempt again.

  • LightCap

    From iPhones to Swiss Army Knives, more and more of the things in our life need to be as good at multitasking as we are, and the LightCap ($30) is no exception. This one-liter water bottle doubles as a renewable LED lantern via integrated FastSolar technology, and can also function as a waterproof container when it's not holding liquids, which makes sense, since it can hold, you know, water.

  • Camp Chef Outdoor Oven

    Sometimes when you're camping — like this Uncrate editor is right now — smores just aren't going to cut it. Fortunately, the Camp Chef Outdoor Oven ($175) overcomes your lack of a traditional kitchen with a 3,500 BTU, propane-powered oven, letting you cook cookies, bake pizza, and do all sorts of other things that aren't exactly possible with a grill. In addition, it sports two 5,300 BUT matchless igniter range burners for boiling down your, umm, herbs, so you can make those brownies you're baking really interesting.