Delegate Knife by CRKT

The Delegate Knife was designed to be the kind of knife a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787 might have had in his pocket, its blade is 3 inches long, it weighs in at 1.7 ounces and it has the look of a knife that’ll one day make a great heirloom piece.

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LED Light Mine

When it comes to illuminating difficult spaces like engine bays, trunks, fuse boxes and car underbellies we’ve adapted to using the less than perfect flashlight-in-the-mouth approach, the creative team over at Striker decided to see if they could fix this age old problem and this LED Light Mine is their rather clever solution.

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The Art Of Fixing Things

The Art Of Fixing Things is the kind of book we all need sitting on our bookshelves, it covers everything from repairing cars, household appliances, garden machines, farm equipment and doing home improvements and it’s described as “a resource for smart people who have never had the opportunity to learn the basics of tool use, maintenance and repairs”.

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The Hell With Work Hip Flask

The team at Izola have a special knack for making stuff that I’d commit an armed felony to own. This “The Hell With Work” hip flask is a great example of their gear, it’s made from stainless steel, has a flat bottom and a screw-on cap to keep that sweet, sweet nectar safe.

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