Take on a variety of projects around your home with the Bernzomatic Torch. This propane-powered torch has an easy-to-use trigger start ignition and a webbed flame that's ideal for many uses, including thawing, melting, soldering, and even cooking. Its adjustable control knob makes it as easy to stop the flame as it is to start, and its 14.1 oz propane canisters are simple to replace.
No matter where you find yourself, a trusty multi-tool can come in handy. Of course, it's easier to ensure it's ready to go if you wear it instead of having something that dominates valuable pocket space. That's exactly what you do with the Tread wearable multi-tool from Leatherman. It has an innovative design that was engineered to offer 16 different tools on a stainless steel bracelet, so everything is available at a moment's notice. Many of the links have two or three tools each, giving you a total of 29 tools including drivers, a cutting hook, box wrenches, a glass breaker, and the obligatory bottle opener. TSA friendly, it's also adjustable to accommodate any wrist size and customized with the links you need most. Great for the problem-solving Dad in your life.
Using a combination of the company's highly reliable engines and robotics know-how, the Miimo Robot Lawn Mower is Honda's latest tool for tackling your yard work. It relies on a boundary wire to know where it's supposed to mow, automatically sensing obstacles, pets, and humans with a set of 360-degree sensors and a floating cover for contact detection. There's a seasonal timer that can match its cutting interval with the rate of growth, multiple cutting modes to handle a variety of lawns, and anti-theft features that keep it secure when you're not around. It's available in two models, capable of cutting for 30 or 60 minutes before recharging, and will be available starting in June.
Mastering a basic isn't an easy task but the Mott & Bow Driggs T-Shirts seem to have done it. The tees are constructed from 100% cotton that is made with the perfect ratio of singles and gauges for an ultra-lightweight feel. It then maximizes the comfort level with a fit that is neither too slim or too baggy and they went ahead and preshrunk them so sizing is accurate. Made in Peru, the classic crew necks come in five neutral colors that'll easily transition into your everyday rotation.
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Add a bit of functional simplicity to your everyday carry with the Ringtool ($25). While it's designed with the bicycle commuter in mind, we have a hard time thinking of situations in which you wouldn't want a multitool small enough to add to your keychain. It features hex heads ranging from 4-10mm, a flathead, phillips, and torxhead driver, as well as the obligatory bottle opener. It's made from hardened stainless steel, and weighs just two ounces — perfect for your minimalist carry.
You hope you'll never need to break out of your vehicle because it's submerged under water or your seat belt is keeping you from escaping danger. But should you find yourself in such a predicament, or just need a trusty light in the darkness, this Autoxscape Emergency Tool is up for the task. All three tools are in one piece of equipment, featuring a high-powered LED flashlight, a seatbelt cutter made from high-carbon steel, and a window punch made of tungsten steel that is engineered to quickly break any tempered car window. Constructed of military-grade aluminum, it could be the difference between life or death in an auto emergency.