Chances are you didn't wake up this morning, roll out of bed and say to yourself, "man, I need to get a hacksaw today." Well, if you do ever get the urge to splurge on one of these manly tools, the Stanley FatMax High Tension Hacksaw is the one you want. It's the winner of a 2005 IDEA design award, offers the quickest and easiest blade changing of any hacksaw, and has an ergonomic design for a better grip.
If this was 1996, we'd definitely have to use some Home Improvement/Tim "The Toolman" Taylor joke here because of this drill's awesome power and futuristic looks. Hitachi's DS18DMR Drill ($240) has a more comfortable grip, better center of gravity, and more torque — 550 inch-pounds of it — than any other drill in its class. It weighs only 5.89 pounds and is only 9.33 inches long, and comes with an adjustable belt hook with integrated LED job light, a 1/2 inch metal keyless chuck, and two NiMH 3.0Ah batteries, charger and case.
Zippo is one of those brands that will always mean quality. This Multi-Purpose Lighter is perfect for indoor or outdoor use, and uses butane fuel for a super hard to blow out flame. It sports a satin silver exterior and a fuel supply window so you'll know when you're about to run out of juice.