The American Red Cross FRX3 Hand Turbine Radio and smart phone charger is something that I am convinced every home should have, it can be powered by a hand-crank, batteries or solar and can receive AM/FM/weather band radio.
The PowerPot is a relatively small, portable power generator that just requires a campfire or heat source to operate. It’s capable of charging everything from cell phones to GPS units and radios, or anything else that runs on lithium ion battery units.
This magnesium and flint firestarter costs $36 USD, a seemingly cheap price tag for something than can kick off magnesium shavings that burn at 5,610°F (3,098°C)…
This is another winner from the designers at Deus, they’ve teamed up with MAKR CARRY GOODS to create a rustic, no nonsense tool roll that’ll accommodate all the random spanners, wrenches and sockets that you’ve bought, borrowed, found and stolen over the past few years.
The Woodman’s Pal Military Machete is one of those tools men like to own for no good reason, it just seems important that we have it in the tool collection.
The Hammer Screwdriver Combination Tool is one of those things we all need around the house, it includes a hammer, claw, 2 phillips and 2 flat-head screw drivers that all screw into the handle when not being used.
Designed to fit on either a bicycle or motorcycle, the Black Smith Tool Case can hold tools, a 16oz beverage, a small handgun, a Barbie doll, or whatever else you may need while out on the road. It’s handmade in the USA from 100% top grade cowhide leather and
The BioLite Camp Stove is one of those remarkable contraptions that once seen, must be owned. It’s a camp stove with a side mounted thermoelectric module that converts heat into electrical power, it uses this electricity to both power a small fan and power any USB connected electrical device.
Sometimes the dreary months of winter seem to go on forever, for many who live too far north to ride during the colder season it’s a frustrating time involving a parked motorcycle and a hell of a lot of boredom.
Having a handheld device with GPS, communications, a compass, maps, a camera, a video camera and the ability to look at pictures of boobs anytime you like is perhaps final proof that the future has arrived.