These incredibly bright little pocket LED worklights have defunct or misprinted promos on their red barrels and what do you care. Measure 6-1/4" long with a pocket clip and a strong (2-lb pull) rare earth disc magnet on the bottom. Light is from a row of (7) bright white LEDs at the pocket-clip end. It even includes the (3) required “AAA” batteries.
Called, yes, The WoodChuck, this 4-way woodworker’s tool has a 1/2” chisel tip, a round rasp on one face, a flat rasp on the reverse, and a file along one narrow edge. There’s a steel strike plate at the end of the handle so it shouldn’t break, bend or splinter. Measures 9-3/4” long. Handy for your neighborhood chain-saw artist, for wood or ice both.
Remember those old school vibration football games, or those fantastic days-of-yore vibrating beds in roadside motels? This is like that, a small vibration motor (10mm dia x 2.5mm) that’s touch-sensitive and produces a pleasant buzzy response. Motor has 1-1/4" power leads, draws approx 60mA at 3VDC. Has 0.75g vibe amplitude. Self-adhesive pad on one face. No shaft.
When are measuring cups not cups? When they’re pitchers. And when are they more useful? When they’re ovals so you can store them in less space. This set of (3) measuring pitchers nest together; 1 at 4-cups; 1 at 2-cups; and 1 at 1-cup. All marked in ounces, cups, pints, fractions of pints and cups, liters and milliliters, which make them perfect for both lab and kitchen. With handles and spouts, in BPA-free translucent plastic.
But wooden gearheads only. Making Wooden Gear Clocks is a 64-page book complete with full-size patterns for making (6) operating mechanical clocks plus a gear-machine kinetic sculpture. From Woodworking & Crafts magazine, this is for fairly advanced woodworkers, and calls for having most standard tools plus a drill press, scroll saw, router and in some cases a lathe. The resulting clocks are both intricate and stunning.
Spices, paints, pills, paraphernalia…you pick. Each package has (8) little transparent plastic containers, 2-1/2” across x 1-1/2” tall that hold 1/3 cup (2.8 oz) and have snap on lids. You’ll get (3) red, (3) blue and (2) green lids. We like to think they'll make life easier for teachers, picnickers, crafters and parents across the land. You’ll get (16) total in your pkg(2).
Sounds like the successor to Jefferson Starship but in fact it’s a staggeringly affordable remote-control motor glider. Dual engines run off the included on-board rechargeable battery. Plane is 11” long in dense foam with a 14” wingspan, and is controlled via direction and throttle sticks on the 2.4 GHz remote, for which you’ll need (6) “AA”s. Includes (2) spare propellers. Dark blue with snazzy decals. Our Air Traffic Controller CJ says if you fly in tight indoor spaces, or over concrete, make sure your piloting skills are sharp, lest you have an aviation mishap.
Carry this reusable, recycled plastic (polycarbonate) bottle and help save the planet. Clear, holds 16 oz (500 ml), and measures 6-5/8” tall (counting the hard-to-lose attached white screw cap) x approx 3” dia. The 1-5/8” ID mouth is easy to fill. A natural sort of loop forms when the cap is screwed on, letting you hang the bottle from your pack, tent pole, bike cable or belt.
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