Black & Decker Modular Matrix System

Most modular tool systems we've seen simply let you use the same battery packs for lots of different tools, virtually ensuring that you'll have one ready to go when a chore calls. The Black & Decker Modular Matrix System ($30-$70) instead lets you choose from one of three base units that connect to a variety of attachments, including a drill, impact driver, oscillating multi-tool, jigsaw, sander, router, and trim saw. Thanks to lithium-ion batteries that hold a charge up to 18 months, you can rest assured you're powered up and ready with the right tool for the job. [via]

  • 3M Dual LED Safety Glasses

    We're not sure exactly why you'd need to be doing activities that require safety glasses without adequate lighting, but just in case you're the type of person who operates power tools in the middle of the woods at midnight, you'll want these Dual LED Safety Glasses. They feature two LED lights that last up to 50 hours of continuous use on a set of batteries, clear lenses that offer a 180 optically correct viewing area, and 99.9% UV protection, because you're so likely to wear these out in the sun.

  • SOG F01T Tactical Tomahawk

    Whether you're clearing a path through the forest or forcing your way into an abandoned structure — for whatever reason — the SOG F01T Tactical Tomahawk ($27) can help. Based on the Tomahawk axe used in Vietnam, this updated edition features a stainless steel head with a scratch-resistant, black oxide coating, a 2.75-inch cutting blade, a checkered side hammer, a ballistic polymer handle, and an included nylon sheath so you don't end up accidentally chopping yourself.

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