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PLY90 Bracket

Building things from scratch just got a whole lot easier. The PLY90 Bracket ($45 and up) is a new connector for building projects that lets you connect pieces of material together using nothing but some brackets and an Allen wrench. Desks, tables, shelves - you name it, you can build it. Just don't mind the gaps.

  • Rockwell VersaCut Saw

    Not every task requires oversized, industrial-strength implements. Which is why they make tools like the Rockwell VersaCut Saw ($120). This mini-circular saw is designed to handle small jobs or jobs where larger saws can't go, but still boasts a powerful, 4.0 Amp motor, an easily set depth indicator, three included blades — one for wood, one for aluminum and PVC, and one for tile and cement board — and a laser indicator to make sure your cuts are on line and smooth.

  • CRKT Tool

    You'd think that two master knifemakers could come up with a decent multitool. And you'd be right. Designed by Ed Van Hoy and Tom Stokes, the CRKT Tool ($50) sports a utility blade, sawtooth blade, multi-fit box wrench, wire stripper, spring-opening Phillips and regular screwdrivers with additional driver bits, and, of course, a bottle opener, all packed into a compact, handsome black and silver package. [via]