This list took hours of crawling through Amazon to bring you “10 cool things $5 or under”. Not only are these items are cool, they are also useful and the perfect “Stocking Stuffer”.
There is a reason why I put this as my first pick, it is because of the value. For less then $5 bucks, I can label my whole socket set (60 labels) and make them really stand out. They are made of “chrome foil” which makes the labels blend into the chrome. Did I mention free shipping too? Better hurry.
No matter how many tools you have, you can’t lose with this pocket screw driver from Stanley. Not only does it look cool, it also has the “precision” bits for the small jobs.
I remember paying $5.00 for a cheap pizza cutter when I went to “Papa Murphy’s”, so when I seen this deal, I knew to include it in this list. Not only does it have great reviews, this baby is made out of metal and looks good in any kitchen.
I’m a sucker for key-chains and knives, but anybody traveling knows that TSA doesn’t feel the same way. This little tool has many uses from wire stripping to opening a beer and is flyer friendly.
If you already wear a bracelet, why not have it charge your phone? This has saved me at least one time and is worth the price of that one time. I was stuck in an office with no charger but found a copy machine that had a USB port and I was able to use my phone 10 minutes later. Even if you don’t wear it, attach it to a backpack or keep it in the car. You never know.
This is an incredible deal and comes out to only .50 an issue. Popular Mechanics is always a good read. Leave it on the coffee table and it will walk off.
I have broken enough phones to know that this is a must have item. Even if you have a case, you still need to protect the glass. Cell phones can cost more than a computer and TV and deserve the extra protection.
Having a nice writing pen can make a big difference in your penmanship and will look good sitting on your desk. In a world of cheap disposable pens, stand out with the real thing. You can’t go wrong at this price.
I am digging these labels. These should come standard in every breaker box. You simply put them directly on the breaker or next to them. It saves lots of time and helps cut back on resetting your clock because you flipped every breaker!
The 1000 Lumens must be a typo, but even at 100 your going to see everything you need to. It runs off of one AAA battery and has extremely long life. Keep this next to your pocket screwdriver and your in business.