Stanley has launched a line of wristwatches with built-in tools in Japan. While we think these are an interesting advancement in portable tools, it seems likely that if you have a need for any of these, you probably have a need for all of them. If so, do you buy all of them? And if you have all of them, how do you know which one to wear on any given day? We'd love to see more of a Swiss Army knife concept, where all of the tools can be housed in a single watch.
Photos of the entire line in action, after the jump.
The STA-2001-BK has a built-in flashlight.
The STA-2002-SV has a hex wrench.
The STA-2003-SV turns into a screwdriver.
The STA-2004-SV has an attached telescoping rule.
The STA-2005-SV hides a measuring tape.
And our favorite, the STA-2006-SV turns into a vice.
The watches seem to be available only in Japan, and cost around $55-$75.
Partially via Red Ferret