What's the biggest problem facing home intruders today? Accidentally breaking glass because they can't see what they're doing. The Glowbar ($80) is here to change all of that. Made from high-carbon steel, it features a hyper-phosphorescent coating that should provide more than enough light to ensure you've got it wedged securely between the door and the frame. Just watch out for those McCallister kids — we hear they can be brutal around the holidays.

  • Stihl Battery-Powered Chain Saw

    Green, low-noise, and lightweight aren't normally attributes we associate with chainsaws, but you'll find them all in the Stihl Battery-Powered Chain Saw ($350). This particular unit is powered by a 36-volt lithium-ion battery, eliminating the need for awkward and dangerous power cords, or smelly, emission-producing gas engines. In addition, it features a toolless quick chain adjuster, a foot-long guide bar, and offers up to 60 minutes of run time on the AP 160 battery or 35 on the AP 80, neither of which are included — nor is a charger, so expect to incur some extra cost should you decide to go cordless. [Scouted by Jeremy]

  • Gerber Apocalypse Kit

    The name pretty much says it all. The Gerber Apocalypse Kit ($350) includes everything you need to keep yourself alive should a zombie outbreak occur — and that means machetes, axes, knives, and more knives. Pretty much anything with a blade on it, all packed into a durable canvas case. Be safe. Be prepared.

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