Ultimate Tool Kit
In The Box
- Duct Tape
NOTE: Ultimate Tool Kit does not ship in a crate.
How It Ships
- Orders placed by noon PST will ship out same day
- Choose your delivery date at checkout
Keep it Simple
If it ain't broken, don't break it. Simple as that. But if it is broken, someone's going to have to fix it, and the world of household repair is teeming with live wires and dead ends.
Every repair project poses its own unique challenges, and without the right tools, the only thing pure elbow grease and optimism are building is frustration. And there is no single wonder-tool that can magically fix any and every situation. There are two.
No finicky appliance or faulty construction can escape the wondrous healing powers of duct tape and WD-40.
When Sticky Met Solvent
The Ultimate Tool Kit is a two-piece tool chest that can at least temporarily solve any household problem: squeaky hinges, leaky pipes, flaky wallpaper, chipped teeth, exposed wiring, indigestion, pet hair everywhere, troubled feng shui, rude neighbors, run-on sentences, and even cats trapped in the wall.
We've even included a comprehensive flowchart to determine which of this dynamic duo will be most helpful in any given situation. Does it move? Should it? Every repair, no matter how complex, made stupidly simple.
No task is too grimey and no challenge too strong to be solved by the all-encompassing heroics of the Ultimate Tool Kit.
Jun 18th 2018
Waste of money...
This should be labeled as a gag gift. This shouldn’t be a serious product for sale. Save 10 bucks and go to a hardware store. Seriously...
Jun 15th 2018
Not-so "awesome cardboard box"
I was excited to give this to my husband.. although I was bummed it didn't come in a little crate the description said it came in an "awesome cardboard box" so I decided to get it anyway. It arrived today in a cheap box all ripped up. Not awesome at all. Pretty disappointing.
Feb 3rd 2018
My husband said that the only thing missing is a wire coat-hanger. Pop that into the crate and viola!
Sep 2nd 2016
Standard equipment here in bush Alaska with the addition of a Swiss Army Knife