This 12VDC tin-can stepper motor from the Nippon Pulse Motor Co. is a uni-polar 2-phase with 50 Ohm coils drawing 240mA per phase. Moves 48 steps/revolution with a 1/10 gear head at the output. Measures 1-5/8" dia x 1-1/2" on a 1-11/16" square mounting with 1/8" mounting holes. The offset flattened shaft is 1/2" long x 3/16" dia. Has (6) leads with a Molex connector. Part #PF42-48.
From what mind sprang these pencil sharpener/erasers that look exactly like auto wheels and tires, we could only guess, but we won’t because we just work here. You’ll get (2) black eraser tires on grey wheels that conceal pencil sharpeners. The peelings stay in the wheel hubs until you empty them. Measure 2-5/8" dia x 7/8" thick.
Drop stuff in the dark much? Under other stuff? Behind even other stuff? Your prayers are answered with this set of (2) extra long pick-up tools. Both 24” long on flexible shafts with plunger-driven metal claws and bright white LEDs so you can see what you’re picking up. One also has a 3-lb pull magnet, for added picker-up-ability. Powered by (3) button-cell batteries, included. In anodized aluminum, one red and one blue so they’ll match your outfits.
Learn how, plus a ton of other critical outdoor survival skills in this 72-page Survival, Evasion and Recovery guide from the U.S. military. A reproduction of the original 1999 publication, it includes medical, orienteering, shelter, food, water, fire and the psychology of survival sections. From Militaripress.com, Army PIN 077493-000, Marine PCN 14400006800. Don’t get lost without it.
For the steady-handed model-maker. These mini-models from Metal Earth® are demanding and beautiful. Use a tweezers to punch out the little pieces from the laser-cut shiny steel sheets, and assemble them using the tabs and slots--no glue, no screws. You pick the Hubble Telescope (3” x 2” x 2-1/2”), the U.S.S. Arizona (5-3/4” long) or the 1908 Ford Model T (3-1/2” x 1-7/8” x 1-3/4”). All include instructions, which you’ll need. For ages 14+.
These clear plastic (PET) jars are small peanut-butter jar sized. Measure 3-5/8” tall x approx 3” dia with straight sides, and hold about 10 oz. which is roughly the same size as an 8-year old's marble collection, double the amount of coins in your car's cup holder and the ideal space to hold 17 fireflies before releasing them back into the night. Come with a gasketed red plastic screw cap.
Got watches? If you don’t have multiple wrist watches, you’re clearly not in tune with the sartorial zeitgeist. If you do, you’ll love this black leather (from actual beast hide!) box that holds a half-dozen timepieces. Measures 7" square x 3-1/2" with an acrylic window top and a latching clasp. Inside are (6) compartments with black velvet-covered oblongs to wrap the straps around. (Remove the oblongs, and it’s 6-compartment holder for any number of things.) The smart sartorialogical horologist will buy several.
And you need to know how to stay alive on them. We recommend that you choose one of these books to help with that: the U.S. Army 1976 training circular Military Mountaineering, a 139-page paperback guide to survival and combat on glaciers, mountains and alpine paths; or the Department of the Army Map Reading and Land Navigation, a 113-page field manual originally published in 1993.
Tuck this small roll of black duct tape in your glove box and drive away secure in the knowledge that you’ve got what it takes to repair a leaky hose under the hood at midnight in the rain. Measures 1-7/16” wide on a 1-1/2” core, and you’ll get (15) feet of tape, enough to fix a hose and stick a broken mirror back on the door. Dead-center in the you-don’t-know-you-need-it-until-you-need-it category.
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