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Filzer Buckster Bow Saw

By: on June 05, 2016
$39.99
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While in the photo above Filzer's Buckster Bow Saw looks like a jagged-bottomed volleyball net, or an upside down shopping cart, or some cumbersome, complex contraption, check out photo #2. A simple, cylindrical tube measuring just 19" long and 1.4" in diameter, with saw blade and handle stored safely inside.

The Buckster Bow Saw has an ultralight aluminum frame, stainless steel tensioning system, and insulating rubber handle whose combined capabilities can tackle logs up to 13" in diameter. Light (1.3 pounds) and easy to carry, the saw could be a trusty companion out on the trail or just nestled inside the Coolbox toolbox your delightful wife and children are going to give you for Father's Day.

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Termitat Termite Desktop Display

$125 - $150 from Termitat »

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Vipukirves Leveraxe

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Honestly, the Vipukirves Leveraxe initially intrigued me because the guy holding it in one of the above photos is wearing black-and-white gloves that sort of make him look like he has a hook hand, and I thought perhaps...

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Zombie Hammer Survival Tools

$79.95 - $139.95 from Zombie Hammer »

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01 InstruMMent Dimensioning Tool

$99.99 - $149.99 from Amazon »

The 01 InstruMMent dimensioning tool does for those who want an instant, hi-tech means of capturing and recording measurements what the Rollbe does for you looking to keep your tech low. An aluminum cylinder with your...

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The Cache Belt

$25 - $95 from Wazoo Survival Gear »

Sometimes you need a fishing hook in the middle of Denali. Sometimes you need a bottle opener in the middle of a Monday morning meeting. The Cache Belt can help you out with both lifesavers in both spots. Plus a needle...

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Rollbe Super Compact Measuring Wheel

$16 - $20 from Kickstarter »

Rollbe is here for all those times you've gotten into it with your friend Cornelius about how high or long or...girthy something is. The discs on these tiny wheels are either 4" (10 cm) or 8" (20 cm) around, marked in...

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QuadHands Soldering Tool & Vise

$59.95 from Amazon »

Though less QuadHands and more QuadPincers, this soldering tool and vise drives home an important point: every now and then we could all use an extra hand pincer. For makers and tinkerers, 4 pincers is even better....

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The Fusion Wallet

$82 - $99 from The Fusion Wallet »

Twenty-five-year-old Thomas Johnson fabricates his cool, modern industrial Fusion Wallet from 12 separate CNC-machined aluminum and hardwood components. Gee. I'm almost a decade older than Johnson and I can hardly fabricate...

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THOR Hammer Tool Kit

Utilitarian cosplay. How many occasions do you have to use those two words together in a sentence? (And can you say them 5 times fast?) Ever since I got the ix-nay on wearing my "formal and "functional" Mongol armor suit...

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US State 3D Wood Topographic Maps

$75 - $125 from Etsy »

And if you go with Florida, you can use your 3D Wood Topographic Map as a perfectly level cutting board! Haha, Florida's flatter than piss on a plate. I've always wanted to ride a Schwinn 10 Speed top-to-bottom through...

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Secret Wood Rings

$90 - $180 from Secret Wood »

Straight from a dream / snow globe / LOTR set to your finger. Secret Wood carves wearable enchantments, a line of rings topped with abstract and magical scenes of nature that look like visions inside rough-cut crystal...

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Origami Pocket Knife

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You won't be able to fold the Origami Pocket Knife into a crane, but you will be able to use Bre & Co.'s 440C stainless blade to slice out the perfect neck and wings from the crane you're struggling to make from origami...