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Stihl Battery-Powered Chain Saw

Green, low-noise, and lightweight aren't normally attributes we associate with chainsaws, but you'll find them all in the Stihl Battery-Powered Chain Saw ($350). This particular unit is powered by a 36-volt lithium-ion battery, eliminating the need for awkward and dangerous power cords, or smelly, emission-producing gas engines. In addition, it features a toolless quick chain adjuster, a foot-long guide bar, and offers up to 60 minutes of run time on the AP 160 battery or 35 on the AP 80, neither of which are included — nor is a charger, so expect to incur some extra cost should you decide to go cordless. [Scouted by Jeremy]

  • LED Lenser X21 Flashlight

    Sometimes you need more than a pedestrian flashlight — and the LED Lenser X21 Flashlight ($400) is definitely not pedestrian. Featuring seven ultra-bright, high-performance LED chips paired with terminator lenses, the X21 produces up to 1120 lumens of light — enough to put typical car headlights to shame — and can disperse it in a broad, circular beam, or in a tightly-focused stream that can reach up to 1500 feet. It goes without saying, but you probably don't want to be flashing this thing in your — or anyone else's — eyes.

  • 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.