M1 Titanium Hammer I Martinez Tools
Mark Martinez creates hammers with the same care for his craft as swordsmiths
in feudal Japan. The 15 oz. M1 has the perfect balance and strength to fell any
construction project and, with a titanium handle and replaceable steel head, it’s
durable enough to last for years. In fact, like a family sword, you may want
to pass it down generation to generation. A new Stealth M4 hammer
is coming soon.
Eleplanter I Scott Henderson, LLC
Like the animal its channeling, the Eleplanter never forgets.
In this case, it remembers to provide a steady supply of water
for the basil on your windowsill or greenery in your offce.
The reservoir provides a week of continuous hydration that
seeps up into the plant’s soil via tiny weep holes, ensuring
that your vegetation won’t suffer due to an extended business trip or just plain hectic week. The 6. 5 by 4. 5 by 4.5-in.
decorative vase holds a 325 ml fower pot liner.
THE WRITING’S ON THE WALL
Livescribe 3 Smartpen Black Edition I Livescribe, Inc.
The stylus and PDA, and later tablet, has wanted to usurp the pen and paper
for quite some time, immediately transferring handwritten text into a digital
fle. The problem is it just feels so unnatural. With this digital smartpen, you
get the best of both worlds. With the smooth fow of a real pen, the system
clones your copy onto your Android or iOS device via Bluetooth. The catch is
you have to use a special microdotted Livescribe paper. A major advantage
for meetings is it can synch audio recorded on your device to your notes, so
you can jot a few notes and go back to get the full context.
FINDING A BALANCE
Tape Measure I Craftsman
You’ll never reach your tipping point with
this 25-ft. tape measure that lays fat on its
broadside during use. A retractable steel tang
keeps the base in place so you can quickly and easily
take measurements on a horizontal surface. It’s also slip
resistant and breaks down into fractions.
DON’T BE A HOT HEAD
Chill-Its 6686 Dry Evaporative Cooling Hat I Ergodyne
The cooler months are upon us, but if you’re working eight hours loading pallets or creating
casts in a foundry, you’d still kill for a cool breeze every so often. With this cap, all it takes
is 3 oz. of water to provide up to three days of the cooling action for your noggin. And it
may reduce sweat, but it’ll probably still get dirty, so it is machine washable.