The whole premise of Evangelion is a post-apocalypse world and as such, it is fitting to have merchandise that can be used in the desolated future. OK. Perhaps the AT Field Key Tool will not help you to survive the doomsday, but it is a cool thing to collect that is also useful for tightening …
In spite of the versatility and usefulness of Victorinox Swiss Army knives, they are hardly the go-to outdoor/camping gear which, btw, they really should (even though they don’t really look the part, if you know what I mean). Unfortunately, by having much revered Damast aka Damascus steel in the mix will not help it look …
If you often find yourself accidentally cutting yourself while unboxing packages, then perhaps you want to take a look at the Slice 10585 Manual Carton Cutter.
The mention of multi-tool with measuring scales, immediately the typical flat, credit card size multi-tool comes to mind. Well, typical credit card size multi-tool SlideKick isn’t. We were drawn to it the moment we saw it in our inbox. It is so different.
Remember the folks who brought you the Japanese craft knife that oozes with style? Well, they are back with yet another alluring fixed-blade pocket knife. Called The TILI (pronounced as TILEE), it shares the same allured as the Aleman.
How many times have you found yourself having a ruler and without a writing instrument to draw, or vice versa? Whether not if have this unfortunate experience, it does not matter. What matters is, there is a tool that will not leave you in such predicament.
Detroit-based Boutique knife maker WESN is back with yet another handsome knife. This time, it is the brand’s take of the friction folding knife, called WESN Samla.
Think accessories, gadgets, fashion comes to mind. But lighters? Probably not. I know I won’t (associate lighter with accessories), but LighterBro is just exactly that. LighterBro is a sleeve/case contraption designed for Bic lighters that adds multi-tool function to it.
Contact-free tool is cool. It prevents us from touching potentially germs and viruses covered objects like the door handles. But most – if not all – contact-free tools are only half as good. How so? These unseen enemies can get onto the contact-free tool which we may end up touching and that’s isn’t good, is …
Ever since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, there have been a slew of personal hygiene products that minimize our contact with publicly-touched objects like ATM, doors and whatnot.