Machinery & Tools

Items shown represent a small selection of current inventory.

Air Compressor

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$180.00

41785-2. If you’re having trouble packing your air into tinier and tinier spaces, you should think about compressing it. Works wonders. This model is the Thomas Ultra Air-Pac.

Balance

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$50.00

41502-13. From the Torsion Balance Company comes this exciting implement that has some shiny parts and some measure-y parts.

Balance

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$50.00

41502-13. Manufactured by the prestigious Torsion Balance Company, this striking implement looks pretty good just sitting there exuding all its science-y-ness.

Leather Tool Pouch

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$10.00

I’m not sure what kind of tools you prefer to walk around with, but this snazzy leather tool pouch by Custom Leather Crafts can handle it with style. Me, I’d probably carry around a toothbrush, a celery stalk, a laser pointer, a candy bar, a No. 2 pencil, and a sonic screwdriver, but if you’ve got a wrench, that’ll work, too.

Old Scale!

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$65.00

42017-91. “What’s that you say? ‘Old school’?” No, old scale! “Cold sale?” No, Old scale! “Rolled kale?” No, this is a really cool-looking old hanging scale by Landers, Frary & Clark that will look great as an accent piece in your kitchen, office, or den! “I don’t know anything about catching Officer Ben, but that’s a great old scale!”

Retro Scale

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$65.00

42061-16. We’ve got a lot of old implements that just look cool sitting still, like this great old scale by Braun, Knecht, & Heimann Co. of San Francisco. It still works fine as a scale, too, if you’re in to that sort of thing.

Retro Sewing Machine

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$175.00

42125-140. This super-sweet Singer sewing machine circa 1951 has the Home-on-the-Range body style that might make you think it’s better suited to stitching up bloomers and overalls than Today’s Hot Looks, but it’s probably just a matter of time before we see the neo-prairie look storming the catwalks anyway. Update!: This is model 201-2 according to an helpful email we got!

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