Developed in Japan's Hyōgo Prefecture in 1896, this knife features a distinctive thumb lever to prevent it from folding during use.
The Rolls-Royce of corkscrews, this handsome tool for the professional sommelier—or well-heeled wine hobbyist—is still handmade in France after 160 years.
Both a beautiful object and a useful tool, the pocket-sized Stellarscope displays an accurate celestial map based on your latitude, date, and time of day.
Every beginner explorer needs a beginner compass, and we like this one licensed by the Boy Scouts of America. Features a lens for siting the bearings of distant objects.
Discover worlds unseen with this beginner field microscope! Perfect for leaves, bugs, and drops of pond water teeming with life.
Protected by shock-proof rubber, these rugged binoculars feature a large field of view for easy spotting of fast-moving birds. A two-sided chart of North American birds is included as well.
Stay a safe distance from creepy-crawlers with this one-handed, bug-catching tool and 5x magnifying lens. After a good, close look, initiate the quick-release and send your insect friend unharmed and on its way.
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