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Take The Shop On The Road With Ratchet Rocket

There is very little the Ratchet Rocket from Topeak can’t do. You’ll appreciate this multitool, which combines a stem or H2O-bottle-boss-mountable hex set, tire levers, and chain tool into one compact, self-contained package with the add-on of a ratchet. The portability means you don’t have to reserve this for the home or shop, and it gives you the ability to use a ratchet on the road or trail with quick rotation and control in some pretty tight spots. The Ratchet Rocket comes with 2 through 6mm hex bits, one Torx T25, a #2 Phillips, and two tire levers, all stashed Read More

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$34 Buy

Quickey: It Opens Everything But Doors

The Quickey is a new multitool that opens everything but doors, and we dig it. Why? Because it takes care of a very annoying problem that happens to us virtually every week. We get the mail. There’s a heavily taped package. We don’t have our pocketknife on us because the weasels we work around consider it a weapon. So instead of easily opening said package, we turn to our dull keys and hope that it can saw away enough of the tape so brute force can do the rest.  Quickey makes the process much easier and does a lot of Read More

Qlipter: The World’s Most Versatile Clip Hook

You’ve already seen the so-called “mommy hooks” out there that help you carry tons of groceries at once, but they’re so rigid they lack versatility. While they might be handier than the alternative, they don’t go quite as far as the Qlipter, which will soon be launching on Kickstarter. The Qlipter allows you to keep all of your stuff off the ground when you need it to, whether you’re hiking, traveling, climbing, strolling, or shopping. It can be used to keep your luggage together, keep a diaper bag from touching the nasty bathroom floor, or even to hang your bicycle Read More

Ease The Gardening Process With Grizzly Grip

Want to garden with a lot less effort? You may want to consider the Grizzly Grip, which looks like a pretty mean bear trap, but it’s actually designed to easily carry your tools while you’re working in the yard. The Grizzly Grip holds most garden tools, including rakes, shovels, grass trimmers, hoes. It also easily carries tools as you wheel around the yard. The tools stay in place at all times, and the mesh bag allows you to carry smaller items like trowels and gloves. Grizzly Grip installs quickly without any tools. Simply place the grip over the handle of Read More

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$28 Buy

Reduce Fumes While Soldering With The FumeFan

As a soldering iron fume extractor, the fumeFan absorbs fumes into the air by taking them through a carbon activated filter for the best possible airflow when you’re doing your thing in the shop. Simply put the fumeFan in front of the PCB that you are working with and adjust it to your preference. Some of the included features that you’ll find with the fumeFan — other than the fact that it removes bad smells by retaining particles in the filter — are an LED light for improved visibility, a variable fan speed to reduce noise, helping hands that hold your PCB with up Read More

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$216 Buy

Check Tire Pressure At A Glance With Right PSI

RightPSI caps make it easy to tell when your tires are poorly inflated. According to John Milanovich, leader of the ongoing Kickstarter project, the caps respond to air pressure in the tire by changing color to notify you when you need to fill up. RightPSI is ideal for bikes, motorcycles, trailers, Semis, RVs or any other tire with a Schrader valve on it. Here’s how it works! Unscrew your tire’s valve stem cap and screw RightPSI cap onto the stem itself. When installing, tighten the hex nut at the bottom of the cap. This secures the product and prevents theft. Read More

Bye-Bye, Snow Shovel, Hello Robot Snow Plow

Well, we’re a day late and a dollar short, it looks like, but that’s not going to stop us from telling you about the Robot Snow Plow, which you should be able to pick up in time for next year’s spate of storms. This bad boy would be ideal for you poor folks on the eastern half of the US who are having to deal with yet another obnoxious winter storm, but alas, they’ve just sold out of the last batch. It’s not unlike a Roomba or an automatic mower. Packing six wheels with 13-inch tiller tires, 80-watt headlights for Read More

$8500 Buy

C And C Bottle Cutter Slices Through Glass Like Butter

Why, exactly, would one need a specially designed glass bottle cutter? Shush! Don’t ask so many questions, and just go with it. The C&C Bottle Cutter, now available on Kickstarter, is able to quickly, safely, and effectively cut through a glass bottle with very little effort. Best of all, you can do it from the comfort of home — no special shop or additional supplies needed. (Oh, okay, maybe some safety goggles.) Anyhow, if you are having trouble thinking of a use, the company offers these helpful suggestions: glasses, vases, candlesticks, lamp pendants, ashtrays, and aquariums. Seriously, this could come Read More

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$49 Buy