By Bruce W. Maki, Editor
I like this small multi-LED flashlight that I bought for about $7 at a local auto parts store.
Here's a similar product on Amazon.com, sold as a 3-pack: Neiko Super-Bright 9-LED Heavy-Duty Compact Aluminum Flashlight, 3-Pack, Gunmetal, Jet-Black, Blue
About 5 years ago I bought this keychain flashlight at my local CarQuest auto parts store. I always have a small flashlight in my pocket, which is very handy. About a year ago the battery finally died. This thing lasted a long time.
I also bought some similar Husky keychain flashlights at Home Depot... but the key ring broke off the flashlight after 2 days in my pocket. How Disappointing.
This Craftsman folding knife has worked well for me. It uses ordinary utility knife blades, and you can store a couple of spare blades in the handle.
I would also suggest this knife from Amazon.com: Milwaukee 48-22-1901 Fastback Flip Open Utility Knife
100 Pack of Utility Knife Blades. Any serious handyman will appreciate this jumbo pack of utility knife blades. He'll always have enough.
I like these carpenter's nail pouches. I can clip these to my pocket or my carpenter's tool belt and easily carry fasteners or a few small tools.
These small parts bins from Home Depot are excellent for storing things on a wall. The black strips mount to the wall and the bins just hang on the strips. You can buy several sets and connect the mounting strips together to make a long row of bins.
Also available in a larger size. I have about 20 sets of these bins. I use them in my garage, my basement, and in my enclosed utility trailer.
Covered parts storage organizers are useful. I have dozens of parts organizers like this.