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TPT Titanium Pocket Tool

When it comes to items you're going to carry everyday, the more functionality you can fit into a smaller package, the better. The TPT Titanium Pocket Tool takes this seriously. Measuring three inches long, an inch tall, and just 4mm thick, it's made from grade 5 titanium alloy, and manages to pack in a mini pry bar, flat head screwdriver, 1/4" hex bit driver, an opening for attaching a lanyard or keyring, a bottle opener, scraper, measurement cues, camping fork, finger-safe box opener edges, and 15 sizes of SAE and metric wrenches. It's compatible with standard utility blades as well, making it one of the most versatile chunks of metal you can keep in your pocket.

  • Work Sharp x Ken Onion Knife & Tool Sharpener

    Wherever you carry a blade, it needs to be sharp. So keep it in top form with the Work Sharp x Ken Onion Knife & Tool Sharpener. Hall of Fame knife maker Ken Onion teamed up with Work Sharp to create the sharpener, which features a variable speed heavy duty motor, an adjustable precision sharpening guide, and premium flexible abrasive belts. The belts are the same ones Onion uses when he's making custom knives, and they'll keep each knife strong and sharp without overheating the steel.

  • Minim Aid Emergency Kit

    Staying prepared for an emergency doesn't have to mean keeping a gaudy red box around. Born from the aftermath of the Great East Japan earthquake of 2011, the Minim Aid Emergency Kit offers a number of useful items in a sleek package. The tube-like waterproof case, light enough to be buoyant and available in three colors, holds a series of tube-shaped tools — a hand-crank radio that can also charge other USB devices (like the included lantern), a simple raincoat, a water container/cup, and a multipurpose case. There's a removable strap for carrying it with you, and the whistle hidden in the cap makes sure you can get the attention of rescuers should you need it.

    Photos: Kenichi Sonehara