The ultimate tool, Vampliers boast an award-winning design and are constructed from nigh-on indestructible carbon steel courtesy of Kobe Steel of Japan. So slip-proof that they'll even handle screws with the most awkward of heads. The ergonomic handle grips are made from eco-friendly elastomer for the "green" handymen among you.
Catch a little sunshine and put it in your pocket with the LED Lenser F1. Waterproof and military standard, it's the first flashlight to reach the level of 400 lumens. As a result, it has a built-in electrical temperature sensor to keep it from overheating. You're seriously carrying around a little bit of a star here.
Before we have any more hate mail from animal rights' activists (that's the last time we make jokes about baby seals and baseball bats) this is not a replica ninja killing instrument for bringing down giant grizzly bears (it doesn't work anyway, just bounces straight off their fur and makes them mad). The Bear Star is an aerospace grade titanium throwing and anchor device, with rope, for the purpose of winching your food to safety and away from the jaws of those inquisitive beasts when camping in the bear-infested great outdoors.
Logan Pearce has skilfully turned his trade into an art form. His collection of Pearce Knives are hand-forged using an array of everyday household and industrial items such as spanners, bolts, drill bits and horseshoes. Each one is unique and beautiful and unsurprisingly sells fast, so get in quick to place your order.
A creative 7 piece screwdriver set cleverly hidden in a lethal-looking explosive device, the Grenade Screwdriver Set houses small, medium and large bits, both Phillips and flathead. Each tip is magnetic for easy changes and the bulging shape sure offers one hell of a grip. Whatever you do, don't stash this in your carry-on.
Utterly genius. The Rhino Mulitool, shaped like its namesake and just as tough and bad-ass, incorporates wrenches into its horns and feet, screwdrivers in its mouth, a stomach-filled spatula and ears so strong that they'll open your beers. Not only that, but it even doubles as a keyring. Awesome.
Designed with the help of professional firefighters, the Lansky Fireman's Battle Axe is a truly premium tool. The multi-purpose sidearm features a hose and gas valve wrench and a non-slip handle that has been insulated to withstand up to 10,000 volts. Pry bar-breveled from the top to tip of axe for maximum strength, it's capable of 600 pounds worth of damage.
If ever Batman gets himself hitched, then we are absolutely certain that this will be his ring of choice. The Titanium Utility Ring, crafted from aerospace titanium, like a rose, hides prickly thorns beneath its beauty. Not quite prickly thorns - a straight blade, serrated blade and saw - but you catch our drift. There's even a comb which will come in especially handy for Batman and his hat, well, cowl-hair.
So well deigned, it's even used by the military. The Leatherman MUT Tactical Multi-Tool packs 16 different utensils including regular and needle-nose pliers, wire cutters, a hammer, saw and a range of screwdrivers. Forged from stainless steel, bronze carbon and titanium, it comes with a MOLLE sheath and is easily operable with just the one hand. That's if you can multi-task.
Even for, er, hardened handymen like us in the GearCulture office, painting can be a messy endeavor, but no more thanks to the Mixing Mate. Gone are the days of finding something to prize open those cans then finding something to stir the paint with before spilling half of the contents down the side, this contraption does just about everything for you. You will still have to do the actual painting though, of course.