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Rockwell Trans4mer

Why buy two tools when you can just buy one? The Rockwell Trans4mer ($250) is a convertible power tool that changes from a jigsaw to a reciprocating saw in a flash, and offers wireless operation thanks to a 12-volt LithiumTech battery that recharges in just 30 minutes. It's also got the ability to switch between six cutting-position angles, a comfortable grip, and an integrated LED worklight to ensure you're hitting the mark.

  • Gerber Steady

    Oh hell yes. We've seen multi-tools with a multitude of different components, but there's one in the new Gerber Steady ($65; Spring 2012) that's going to have us carrying it everywhere we can: a tripod. That's right, among the 12 total components you can find in the Steady are fold out legs and a standard tripod screw, making it the perfect companion for photographers on the go.

  • Channellock Rescue Tool

    Whether you're trying to pry your way out of a wrecked car or a bed that you unfortunately found yourself in after a long night of drinking, a Channellock Rescue Tool ($45-$55) can help you out. Available in three models, these versatile tools feature strong, sharp cutting edges for tearing through wires, cables, and soft metals, integrated wrenches, punches for shattering safety glass, and also work as priers for opening up windows, doors, and odd human-sized cages.