Craft & Design
Stanley Wristwatch Tools

Stanleywatch10-TmThese Stanley wristwatches from Japan have different tools built in each watch – flashlight, hex wrench, screwdriver, measuring tape, telescoping rule and a mini-vice. I’m not sure I’d wear most of these, but the one with the measuring tape looks really handy. I wonder if it could store height / width and depth quickly via some memory function. Link.

4 thoughts on “Stanley Wristwatch Tools

  1. chamblin says:

    I picked up a screwdriver one at my local Wal-Mart a few months ago (so they’re not just available in Japan, obviously). There were a lot of them on clearance for $7, and they come with a nice steel case. At $50 per elsewhere, maybe I should’ve picked up a few more :)

  2. command-tab says:

    I prefer my watch just to keep time. However, for a pocket-size device, I rely on my Swiss Army Knife with added features:

Comments are closed.


current: @adafruit - previous: MAKE, popular science, hackaday, engadget, fallon, braincraft ... howtoons, 2600...

View more articles by Phillip Torrone