Brunton Axis Pocket Transit

Unless you're a geologist, odds are you won't have a serious need for the Brunton Axis Pocket Transit — but that doesn't mean you won't want it. With a rare earth magnet mounted on a sapphire jewel suspension, the built-in compass is no joke, and would be handy for any outdoorsman. But its the dual 360-degree axis, hollow hinge design that makes it useful for scientists, letting them accurately measure planes, lines, and vertical angles with ease. It also packs an on-board level, a needle locking mechanism, a hollow sighting tube, and has a waterproof, rugged anodized aluminum build.

  • Timahawk

    When you're in a survival situation, the less you have to carry, the better. The Timahawk can take a chunk out of your tool bag by combining many tools in one. This well-balanced implement measures 27 inches long yet weighs under four pounds, with a hardened steel core, heat-treated head, and recycled plastic handles. As for the jobs it can do, it's a capable crowbar, a powerful axe and tomahawk, and can also work as an ave hammer, a hoe, and a breaching tool. Crafted in America, it'll be ready for anything, even if you're not.

  • Craftsman Flex Claw Hammer

    Carry one less tool on the job with the Craftsman Flex Claw Hammer. Thanks to an intelligent design that lets you rotate the claw and lock it in one of four positions, it works as both a traditional hammer and as a pry bar. When pulled all the way down, it makes the head thinner from front to back, useful for tight spaces, while the most forward position turns the tool into a crowbar. The hammer itself weighs 18 oz., has a large face with a magnetic nail starter for one-hand use, a comfortable dual-material grip that reduces vibrations and slippage, and a lifetime warranty.

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