Anyone who has ever opened or packed a typical cardboard box knows the challenges of getting the flaps under control. Tiger Tacos ($19/4-pack) are simple metal taco shell-shaped helpers that go on the top of a folded flap, keeping it in check and out of your way. If you think metal might be a little too heavy duty for your needs, you can get a 4-pack of plastic Tiger Tacos for just $5.
We're pretty sure we've just located the ultimate tool box. The Mobile-Shop ($3,000) is a professional-grade rolling tool and parts system, packed with 230 tools (from the likes of DeWalt, Johnson, Channellock, Stanley and Mag-Lite) and over 180 of the most commonly needed parts (stuff like nails, screws, plumbing and electrical supplies, glue, and cable ties). In total, there are around 4,000 pieces, all of which are organized in labeled pockets and bins. If you don't want to take the whole cart over to fix the hot neighbor's washer (cue porn music), the Mobile-Shop can be broken up into four sections, including a rugged tool bag preloaded with 100 hand tools and an extra parts box.
If you're looking for the right tool to carve that Phil Spector portrait into the side of your great pumpkin, look no further than the Van Vacter Pumpkin Knife ($20). Looking more like a Swat team knife, this Jack O' Lantern maker features a rounded safety tip, non-slip handle, and a stainless steel blade.