Looking for those last few pieces to fill out your set of bike tools? The Bike Mechanic in a Box ($6,300) tool set from Park Tools has 246 extra pieces that will fill out your tool chest. Whether you are getting ready to open your own bike shop, or you are just looking to tune up your Mongoose, the Bike Mechanic in a Box has you set.
If you are in the business of demolition, we can think of no better tool for you than the Jackson Pulverizer ($35). This all-in-one demolition hammer practically tears down the walls for you, making your job easier. It has a triangle shaped area for ripping drywall, claw teeth for better prying application, and textured TPE grip with shock dampening properties. So whether you are breaking up concrete or relieving stress on your bedroom walls, the pulverizer has you covered.
Are you a tough guy? So tough that you can break a sledge hammer? Well Wilton Tools has a challenge for you, and its called the BASH Unbreakable Sledge Hammer ($40 – $160). This super duty sledge hammer is made with a steel core design that prevents the handle from breaking during overstrikes. In fact, they are so confident in their product, that if you break the handle under normal wear and tear, they will give you $1,000. Go ahead, tough guy
A cross between an folding exacto-knife and a standard fixed-blade craftsman knife, on steroids. The Graham Stubb Folding Razel ($49.99), re-designed by John Graham of Graham Knives, is a more practical version of the CRKT fixed-blade. This razor-sharp pocket knife is only 3.25″ closed and 5.25″ open, with a ram horn handle for secure gripping. For big jobs or small jobs, once you start using it, you will become attached in no time.
The hammer is the backbone of your tool collection, and the type of hammer a man chooses says a great deal about his character. Make a statement with the Estwing Claw Hammer ($35). The Estwing comes in at a lean, mean 16oz. Forged from a single solid piece of steel, the steel is perfectly balanced and bound with a leather grip. Made in Rockford, Illinois by a century-old company.