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Utili-Key

Utili-Key

Your toolbox will feel a lot lighter after you dump excess gear in favor of the Swiss Tech Utili-Key ($8). This lightweight, key-size, six-in-one tool sports a straight knife blade and a serrated cutting surface, a micro-sized screwdriver, a Phillips screwdriver, an eyeglass screwdriver, and a bottle opener. It has a quick-release design for snapping onto a key ring so it's ready to go when you are.

  • Black & Decker Auto Wrench

    Admit it — we're not all tool savvy. To help us non-workshop guys, Black & Decker delivers to us the Auto Wrench ($32). This 8-inch battery operated wonder opens and closes on any size nut or bolt up to 1-1/4-inch at the touch of a button. This, coupled with 220 foot-pounds of torque, guarantees ease of use and Al Borland-like skills.

  • 145 Piece Computer Tool Kit

    As reliable as modern electronics are, there are times — adding RAM or drives, graphics cards, installing modchips, whatever — when you might need to crack your babies open. For those times, we use the 145-Piece Computer Tool Kit from CompUSA ($60). This kit provides every bit, driver, key, adapter, wrench, etc. that we've ever needed to bust open a computer — all in a handy little case.