You may not fix it yourself, but at least you know how it works.
Make a full grain leather belt in less than 30 minutes.
Nothing quite says "I care for you" as being (appropriately) concerned over your girlfriends well-being. If her ex won't return the spare key or she's just moved into a new place, seize the ... [more]
You may think you're strong with a wrench, but a socket wrench can twist the head of a bolt right off. The ratcheting wrench makes tightening and removing bolts incredibly easy. Know your ratchets, ... [more]
One of the greatest discoveries of the mechanical man is leverage. A wrench allows you to turn a tiny little bolt with greater force than you ever could with just your fingers. Make sure you're using ... [more]
Whiteboards are perfect for brainstorming any type of project. The problem? They're really, really expensive. We found a unique, and easy DIY solution for under $15.
While man was blessed with nimbler, stronger gripping hands than most animals, they're not quite small, or strong, enough for many jobs around the house. Enter: pliers.
The go-to for many around-the-house projects, the power drill can also do the most damage. We'll make sure you get it right.
A few generations ago, men built their own houses, fixed their own toilets, installed their own sprinkler systems, and grew unironic mustaches. Unfortunately, due to a lack of immediate necessity, ... [more]
No matter how safe of a driver you are, we all get stuck in the powder now and then.
This tiny tool, no bigger than a business card holder, has 12 wrenches and a slew of other tools perfect for stashing in your bag to make sure you've always got the right tool for the job – and we'... [more]
Every guy needs tools. Every guy knows he needs tools. The only reason every guy doesn’t have tools is because good ones are expensive.
Craftsman flew 15 not-so-tool savvy folks from around the web and gave them a primer on DIY skills and using tools. The outcome? A host of tricks and know-how no man should be without.
When faced with a minor home repair, the man lacking confidence does one of two things: ignores it or calls a repair man. Instead, earn a few man points by doing simple home repairs yourself. Here, we... [more]
Every time Grandpa starts talking about the "good old days" you smile politely while thumbing through Twitter on your iPhone. After all, what was so great about political turmoil, four channels on ... [more]
As a man, your drive to build something is equaled only by your urge to destroy things. Whether you're building a monument to manliness or just repairing one, knowing which liquid steel to use is ... [more]
A computer gone haywire can ruin your day at the office, but just because your Online Poker website isn't loading, don't hit the fire alarm just yet. Check out the simple solutions to these common ... [more]
If you're currently using the back of your car as one big dumpster, you're not only disgusting, you're wasting space. Clear out your trunk of meaningless debris and pack it with these essentials so ... [more]
In the final installment of "Grease Monkey" we take a gander at the last group of problems that can be tackled at home and those that need a trip to the mechanic.
There are some things every man can and should do. Others are best left to the automotive professionals. Learn your way around your car's electrical system in part 3 of Grease Monkey.
Car a little slow to brake? Turn signal blinking rapidly? Find out when doing it yourself is the smart choice and when it's time to hand over the dough in part 2 of Grease Monkey.
Nothing makes you feel more like a man than working under the hood of your car, but sometimes it makes more sense to take it to the garage. Find out which repairs you should do yourself and which you... [more]
Every girl loves a man who's good around the house. Learn to be her hero and save money on a plumber with these simple fixes to every day problems.
When something goes wrong in the home, it's your job to step up and fix things. From busted picture frames to busted sinks, here are the tools you need to have to get the job done right the first ... [more]