How many times have you been hammering a nail into a piece of wood, only to miss and smack your finger? The pain from this action is the worst. It’s right up there with stepping on LEGO pieces. And if you hit your fingernail, it will probably turn black and fall off. Nasty. Well, this simple device will protect your fingers when hammering nails.
The Safety Nailer is a magnetic nail holder that holds the target nail and protects your fingers from the hammer at the same time. It’s made of impact resistant ABS plastic, and you wear it around your fingers using elastic bands. It will shield your fingers from the wrath of the hammer, while neodymium magnets make sure that the nail stays where it should. It has three different size nail holes.
As an added bonus, it’s designed to keep the nail straight so that it never gets bent due to the wrong angle of impact. This is a handy tool for anyone who is prone to hammering their own digits. It even works as a starter for screws so that’s another reason to give it a go. It costs just $9.95 over on The Grommet. Your fingers will thank you.
Changing your car’s tires is a lengthier process than it should be. You need several tools with you, and many people may not have them all handy. That’s why the AutoAuto car tool looks like a more efficient way of doing things. The tool has an all-in-one design that’s supposed to make changing tires faster.
This all-in-one gadget can loosen the lug nuts, crank up your jack, and air up your tire once mounted. It features an automated design for those of us who aren’t used to doing the job. It can be easily used by even the most inexperienced mechanic, without having to head to the shop and be charged way too much.
It is also compact enough to be stored anywhere. Changing a tire has never been easier. This tool will certainly shave some time off the process and allow those who aren’t so good at it to do it more easily. The AutoAuto car tool starts at about $299, and is currently raising production funds over on Kickstarter. If it does everything it’s supposed to as efficiently as claimed, it could be worth the asking price.
[via Geeky Gadgets]