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“Store your tools in style with the Craftsman AXS 13-Drawer 27-Inch Combo, available in Black Pearl ($1,200), Midnight Blue ($1,200), Red ($1,050), and Titanium Metallic ($1,000). The AXS combo consists of a...

Adrian Pallarols, a rather famous silversmith, has pointed his talent towards the Leatherman.  The designs feature sterling silver and 18K gold and range from $240 to $40,000.  Not sure what to think of a tool that usually costs around $50 being upgraded to $40,000…....

Pyro222 a user at Instructables decided that carrying a Leatherman and his keys in separate bundles was just too much…. and I agree with him.  Very cool “how...

Posted on Jun 6 2008 - 9:47am by Robby S.
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You gotta love multitools, so much goodness in such a small package.  The Lil’ Guppie by Columbia River Knife Tool company (CRKT) is unique design with just the right amount of tools.  The Guppie has a knife, flat head and Philips screw driver, an adjustable...

Before I get too far into this post please keep in mind my birthday is right around the corner.  Seriously, I would be ok with this gift… email me for the shipping address. OK… ok, on with the coolness that this Craftsman toolset is.  I have always...

Whenever you buy a used vehicle, you typically have to take the sellers word with regards to past accidents the vehicle may have been in.  Not anymore.  This gadget, by Westfalia, measures...

Posted on Apr 18 2008 - 7:48am by Russ
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For the gardener who doesn’t want to lug a bunch of tools out for the simple gardening… the

Posted on Apr 17 2008 - 9:19am by Russ
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What ever reason you use for justifying your pocket multi-tool doesn’t really matter, everyone from IT nerds, to hard core mountain climbers tend to have a favorite they carry.  The main problem, for me anyway’s, was the bulk and weight of the pocket...

Posted on Apr 14 2008 - 3:35pm by Russ
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Crafty little gadget… looks like a credit card, but actually holds a lock pick set hidden inside it’s 1/8 inch think casing (about twice as thick as a normal credit card). The lock pick set includes 4 individual picks and a two sided tension bar tool. The picks are stamped from stainless steel but feel a bit thin to touch. Be careful not to bend them, or you may be buying a new set. The credit card lock pick set will cost you about $9.95. Not...

Posted on Mar 10 2008 - 7:21am by Russ
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What happens when you mix too much time with too much Pabst Blue Ribbon? You get a 110CC gas powered ATV toolbox. ...