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  • Magnetic Vest Holds Your Tools For You

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    The Mag-Vest ($60) is currently a Kickstarter project for a vest containing large ceramic magnets so you can stick tools to yourself while you're working.  Featuring its ability to hold on to your metal tools with strong C8 Grade ceramic magnets, which reportedly can hold up to 10 pounds. However, if they’re strong enough to prevent your hammer from flattening your pinky toe, it might be worth the $60 pledge.
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    PiCO

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    PiCO is a wannabe miniature titanium bottle opener currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter.  $11 will score you a tiny bottle-opener sometime in June this year..
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    Swiss Tech Utili-Key 6-in-1 Key Ring

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    Swiss Tech Utili-Key:  Bottle opener; straight blade knife; serrated blade knife; 3 screwdrivers — flat/Phillips/micro eyeglass. Polished stainless steel. $6.
    Price: $6   |   BUY

    The Multi-tool: Eat'N Tool

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    The Eat'N Tool($6) is a multi-tool includes spoon, fork, bottle opener, screwdriver/pry tip, metric wrenches, carabiner. Invented by NYC designer Liong Mah. A large central hole is not only designed for finger gripping, but it also keeps the Eat'N Tool weight down. At just 1.5 ounces (43 g) this multi-tool doesn't just look good on paper.
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    Price: $6   |   BUY

    Coolbox, theWorld's Most Advanced Toolbox

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    The Coolbox is "smart" toolbox that launches on Indiegogo with a suite of features, include : “a 12v rechargeable battery, two USB ports, 270-degree LED lighting, a 10-foot extension cord with three built-in plugs and an iPad stand. The box also has a Bluetooth speaker.” The lid is magnetic, there’s a powerbar, and even a whiteboard on the inside of the lid. And of course, there’s enough room to accommodate your power tools. The entire thing will set you back $179, with expected delivery in June 2015.
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    Leatherman Tread Multitool Wrist

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    The Leatherman Tread is a wearable tool that comes in either bracelet or watchband versions. The bracelet has 25 tools built in including a cutting hook, screwdrivers, box wrenches and a bottle opener. Each link has two or three different tools. A version of the Tread bracelet that includes a watch will be available in Fall 2015. Pricing is expected to be somewhere around $150 to $200, so it’s not exactly cheap.
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    Mininch Tool Pen

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    Mininch's Tool Pen(on Kickstarter) is a Multi-Tool, like holding a sleek Pen.
    "Each pen comes with 6 bits, and each bit is layered over the next in tailor-made hexagon barrel. There are 22 most popular types of bits you choose, including Slotted (Flat), Phillips, Metric Hexagon (Hex), Imperial Hexagon (Hex), Star, Robertson (Square), and Pozidrive (Pozi) etc; all are constructed from high-quality, milled SAE 8660."

    SOG Key Knife

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    This SOG Key Knife($10-$11) looks like a key.
    "A smartly designed stainless steel blade and a functional nail file fold out of a handle the size and shape of a standard house key, meaning you're always equipped for the little things in life. "
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    Giant Ice Cream Scoop

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    If you’re only allowed one scoop of your favorite ice cream, this should be the scoop to use. The scooper is made from fine brass and chrome, with the scooper itself being a 4-inch diameter bowl forged from high-quality stainless steel. The Giant Ice Cream scoop is available from Hammacher Schlemmer for $59.95.
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    Grease Monkey Gorilla Grip Gloves

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    Grease Monkey Gorilla Grip Gloves($9), lightweight gloves allow your hands to breathe during hard tasks. Max fit polymer coating with never slip technology.

    The Incredible Melting Mandle

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    The Incredible Melting Mandle,  handmade zombie candle by stexe. He's cast in wax and hand-painted  with acrylic paint. Available on stexe’s Etsy store.
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    Anti-Monster Emergency Kits

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    Designed by the creative team at In Case Of. Each kit includes several different weapons and essentials needed to fight off a horde of monsters.   In Case Of make handmade decorative cases that resemble fire emergency kits, except they’re filled with props of weapons, tools and instructions for defeating zombies, demons, vampires or werewolves.
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    The Wallet Ninja is a credit card multi-tool

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    The Wallet Ninja($15) is a 8 in 1 Multi-purpose credit card size pocket tool. It can be a philips or flathead screw driver, bottle opener, ruler, phone stand, letter opener, 6 different sized hex wrenches, a fruit peeler, box opener, eyeglasses (what?), and a can opener. It’s made of steel that has been heat-treated four times, which means it can take a beating from multiple uses in dicey situations. When not in use, it only needs to take up the space of one card in your wallet.
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    This Dog Tag Is Actually a Handy Multi-Tool

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    This standard issue dog tag tool from Prometheus Design Werx. The titanium accessory is the exact same size as a standard American military issue dog tag, but it can do more.
    There's a 1/4-inch bit driver carved into one side and a low profile bottle opener in the other. One of the edges also functions as a screwdriver head, while the area carved out of the center will work as a closed end wrench for both metric and standard hardware.
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    This Chainsaw Powered by a V8 Car Engine!

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    Whitlands Engineering is an Australian company that manufactures wood splitters, firewood processors, and awesomeness. The company has custom built a chainsaw powered by a 4.2-liter car engine extracted from a 1985 Holdren WB Ute. Watch the video of it in action!
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