This piece was written by the Cracked Store to tell you about products that are being sold there.
Here's a hard truth: The Universe is full of con artists, swindlers, and nogoodniks. And the only way to be sure that you can get through life without succumbing to their trickery is by adopting a strict regimen of self-reliance. And that, friends, is what the Cracked Shop has for sale today (with an extra 15% off at checkout using code WEEKEND15). Here's total self-reliance for sale, in the form of ...
Most modern fancy gadgets use tiny screws. If you want to take apart your cellphone, laptop, or game console, you're going to need a tool set skinnier than a gamer's fingers. That's where the LuxJet Universal set comes in.
Normally $39.99, you can get the LuxJet Universal 24-in-1 at the Cracked Shop for just $25.49 by using the code WEEKEND15 at checkout.
The main problem with tools is that they're big, bulky, and only look cool in the back of a beat-up pickup truck. But what if you need a tool set in your trendy millennial office? In that case, you need ALLTULs, which are multi-tools that fit in your pocket and clip right onto your keychain.
Normally $40, you can get yours in the Cracked Store for just $22.09 with the code WEEKEND15.
If you want to build an app that works with Alexa (and what budding hacktivist doesn't?), then this is the kit that can take your burgeoning skills and launch them into the 2020s. "Alexa, how do I make millions of dollars?"
The answer is in the Cracked Shop, and though it normally costs $448.98, you can get yours right now for just $118.99 with the code WEEKEND15.
Remember the ancient past, when we had to use measuring tape, or even a ruler, to tell how long or wide something was? Insane. Thank goodness we have lasers to do that for us now.
Wait, you don't have a measuring laser? Wow. That's embarrassing. Thank the gods we have one in the Cracked Shop for $25.50 if you use the code WEEKEND15 at checkout.
Cinder blocks will never get old, go out of style, or stop being an integral part of any construction project. (At least, not until we invent whatever they make the Death Star blast doors out of.)
Normally $39.99, this collection of 24 miniature cinder blocks, complete with a shipping crate and pallet, is available in the Cracked Shop for just $25.49 if you enter the code WEEKEND15 at checkout.
Winter will come, friends, and once it's here, we will all be consumed. Because the night is dark and full of terrors, and what is dead may never get shoveled. Of course, none of this applies if you have this multi-function emergency shovel, which can dig you out of any nightmare you bury yourself in.
Normally $59.99, the Mutil-Function Folding Emergency Shovel is available in the Cracked Shop for just $18.70 with the code WEEKEND15.
This is the kit that takes you from learning how Arduino works to building a robot that can kill with its own wrist-mounted laser. (Her name is Charlie!)
Bottles shouldn't be thrown away when they're empty. They should be turned into candle holders with the Kinkajou. Not only is this better for the environment, but it's also better for the soul.
Normally $86.97, you can buy this in the Cracked Shop for just $51 with the code WEEKEND15.
It doesn't matter what age you are, Legos will always be fun. And so too are drones. So what happens when you merge the joy of building Legos with the delight of flying a remote-control drone? We think you know where we're going here.
Normally $49.99, you can build your drone and fly it too for just $33.99 with the code WEEKEND15.
It doesn't matter how many houseplants you've killed with criminal negligence, the EcoQube can make sure you do a better job next time. There's a reason this little box was able to raise a combined $600,000 on Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Normally 269.99, you can get the EcoQube in the Cracked Shop for just $152.99 with the code WEEKEND15.
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