This Leatherman Collection Will Make Sure You Have The Perfect EDC Tool

If you're having a hard time finding the perfect little multi-tool for your key ring, Leatherman has decided to give you a few options. The 'By The Numbers' series features  10 EDC tools all slightly different from each other. All are made in the USA out of 420 stainless steel and contain screwdrivers, bottle openers, pry bars, and other tools depending on which you opt for. Of course you could just toss them all on your key ring and be prepared for every situation, but that might make for an odd new bulge in your pocket.
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The Toughest Mechanical Pencils Ever

Rite in the Rain makes some of the toughest notebooks on the market because they're made with a patented paper that's all weather. They made paper impervious to water, so it should come as no surprise that their take on the mechanical pencil is one of the best iterations yet. Using a resin barrel, patented expanding ... continue reading
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Cult of Individuality – Future Vintage Project SPONSORED

You know you're not supposed to toss your raw denim in the wash, but there's that breaking point when you just have to, right? Cult of Individuality wants to entice you to push those limits with the Future Vintage Project. If you can commit to breaking in a pair of raw denim from Cult as often as possible through April 30th without washing them, you could earn a $1,000 credit and your personal style even get produced. Throughout the process, your jeans will develop a signature fade and a unique wear that's totally your own. Document the extended break-in process, and you could score the $1,000 credit. We’re in, are you? ... check it out
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Building a Better Toolbox

It can be overwhelming to stroll the aisles of your local hardware store piecing together your toolbox. You could easily walk out with way more tools than you need and a bill that would eliminate the possibility of hiring a handyman if you screwed anything up. What you need is a smarter toolbox. One pared down to just ... continue reading
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The Pelican Clip Keeps Your Keys Nearby SHOP

The simple design of the Pelican Clip makes it an unassuming but useful addition to your everyday carry. Constructed out of stainless steel, the clip is perfect for suspending your keys or other accessories right from one of your belt loops. Use it to have your pocket flashlight nearby, a knife at the ready, or just so you don’t have to dig through your bag for your keys. ... check it out
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The Dog Tag Disguised As A Multi-tool

Prometheus Design Werx has created their first one piece tool, and the footprint of the tool is one you're already familiar with. Each standard issue dog tag tool from PDW includes a lot of the hardware you need to work on bikes (motorized and pedal powered), battery doors and beers. There's a "universal" closed end ... continue reading
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The Modern Peg Board

There's nothing quite like walking into an old garage and seeing a beat up peg board on the wall. If your Dad and/or Grandfather were anything like ours, it's an organized work of art with Sharpie marker tool outlines because everything has it's place. Unfortunately, those cool peg boards don't really stand the test ... continue reading
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Tool Pen is a Toolkit in a Pen’s Body

Having a set of screwdrivers is great when you're around the house and can easily grab whichever one you need, but when you're on the go, you need a better option. The Tool Pen is a clever solution that houses multiple bits right in its body. Besides adopting the slick style of a machined pen, the Tool Pen takes inspiration ... continue reading
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Goods: Innovations in Hand Tools

The basic tools that go in a tool kit haven’t changed much over time. The toy set you had as a kid is probably remarkably similar to the adult version you have now. While the staples will always make sense, there are some innovative new versions that make your handy work a bit easier. Here a bunch we think should ... continue reading
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This Jerrycan is Actually a Toolbox

Jerrycans were invented back in the 30s so the German military could transport their fuel around in a more efficient fashion. This Rampage Trail Can Utility Box won't hold your gasoline and probably won't see a battlefield, but it will make your work around the house a hell of a lot better. Instead of just a vast wasteland ... continue reading
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TIK Is The Thinnest And Lightest Keychain Around

Few things are as annoyingly uncomfortable as a jagged set of keys in your front pocket. Until now, there haven't been many options that counteract this problem outside of just tossing your keys in a work bag. TIK (Thin Is Key) is a clever keychain that streamlines that mess of keys so they can even fit in your wallet ... continue reading
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Worx All In One Outdoor AeroCart

Let's face it, all in one tools are generally not all that great. We're not talking about the trusty multi-tool you'd take to the ends of the Earth with you, we're talking about the pliers with multiple heads, the power tools with attachments and the transforming pieces of hardware that any alien robot would be upset ... continue reading
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