These Classic Japanese Toolboxes Are Finally Available in the U.S.

Unless you're a toolbox connoisseur (is that a thing?), you probably aren't familiar with Trusco. The wildly popular Japanese toolboxes haven't really been seen stateside. Marked by their bright blue enamel, the sturdy and affordable toolboxes will stand out among the ketchup red kits you see in every hardware store in the United States. They're designed with simplicity in mind without losing their ruggedness and durability in the process. Whether you choose the simple $20 kit or the $120 toolbox, it will make your work around the house a little more enjoyable.
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Drinkwel – The Multivitamin for People Who Drink SPONSORED

Sure we hit the gym, jog, and ride a single-speed as often as we can, but that doesn't mean we don't also enjoy happy hour and a few nighttime brews. If you care about your health but have no plans of throwing in the towel on drinking, there's Drinkwel. Drinkwel is the world's first daily multivitamin for people who drink. It helps replenish nutrients while supporting healthy liver function and processing alcohol induced toxins. And if it doesn't help you feel better, they'll even give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
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DIY: Tool Roll

Doing It Yourself isn’t always the easiest or cheapest option, but odds are you won’t find anything more satisfying than finishing a DIY project with your own two hands. Each week, we’re going to showcase one cool DIY project tutorial from around the web. Whether we're talking about screw drivers and hammers, ... continue reading
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Gerber Apocalypse Kit

How many of you reading this have contingency plans prepared for the zombie apocalypse? Be honest. Even before The Walking Dead (one of the few reasons we'll actually get out of bed on Sunday), Romero gave us plenty of good things to think about. Are they walking zombies or running zombies? Where's the nearest source ... continue reading
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Reclaimed Tropical Walnut Tool Boxes SHOP

The Tropical Walnut, or Nogal, is often planted in Nicaragua to provide shade for coffee plants growing below. After around 60 years, these workhorse trees are cut down in lieu of younger ones. Instead of letting some of this prized wood go to waste, it’s been repurposed and turned into these stunning tool boxes. Each is handmade from Tropical Walnut and features a tray for loose screws, nails, and small tools, and a space below for bigger tools. And while it makes for a tremendously cool tool box, it also looks good on your dresser holding your EDC gear or other small trinkets. ... check it out
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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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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 Bolt With A Hidden Compartment

Do you need to hide micro film from prying eyes? What about coded messages? Are you secretly a member of the Cold War era KGB in need of a more secure dead drop? Of course you're not, but that doesn't mean the idea of a hollow bolt for secure storage can't be repurposed for modern use. That's exactly what's been done ... continue reading
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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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