Makita X2 LXT Cordless Chainsaw

It's hard to argue against the benefits of cordless, electric power tools — but sometimes batteries just don't cut it for a yard tool facing a bigger task. The Makita X2 LXT Cordless Chainsaw features two 18V LXT Lithium-Ion batteries instead of just one, giving it the power of corded tools, while still running on the same battery packs as the rest of your Mikita toolkit. Thanks to battery operation, this chainsaw is quiet, produces no emissions, and requires little maintenance. It has a 12-inch guide bar length, a chain speed of 1,650 FPM, and weighs in at just over 11 pounds with the battery packs attached.

  • Milwaukee Bottle Opener Wire Stripper

    Nothing makes a tough project go by faster than a few good, cold beers — so give your tool chest a bottle opener worthy of sitting with the rest of your tools, the Milwaukee Bottle Opener Wire Stripper. With a wide, cushioned, ergonomic handle that provides plenty of leverage, opening up a bottle has never been easier. It's made to be as durable as the rest of your tools, so no matter how much you put it through, it'll keep working. Plus, it has the added benefit of a wire stripper (for some reason), so it's really two tools in one.

  • Trail Boss

    The ultimate tool for trail workers and backcountry enthusiasts alike — whether you bike, hike, backpack, climb, or camp — the Trail Boss ($520-$565) is as versatile a tool as it is portable. This modular workhorse fits into most packs, and comes with either three or four handle pieces (16" each for three or 12" each for four) that connect to build a shaft to suit your needs. Three useful tools join with the handle, a mattock/axe combo, a rake/hoe combo, and a shovel, making it the ideal tool for a range of tasks: from filling washouts, to removing roots, and everything in-between.

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