Out here in the country I've worked alongside three guys in their 50s, 60s and 70s, and they all seem to have bad backs. Bending over to pick up dropped fasteners and tools turns into an excruciating slow-motion task for them. Doing manual labor to keep your farm or homestead going is hard on the body, and an area where design is sorely needed to make hard tasks easier.
The processing of firewood is a particularly arduous job. Heavy, fallen logs need to be rolled over so that crosscuts can be completed. The resultant rounds then need to be loaded onto a splitter and/or a platform for moving them. That platform later needs to be unloaded. In all, it's a lot of back-wrecking bending, tugging, lifting and hauling.
Enter the LogOX 3-in-1 Forestry MultiTool, invented by an engineer in Vermont. In this review by a non-affiliated individual, Eric from the Life in Farmland YouTube channel, you can see how incredibly useful this tool is:
And here's the official video from LogOX:
The LogOX is made in America, from American steel, and comes with a 30-day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee if you don't like the tool. On top of that, they offer a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects. It is encouraging to once again see American-made tools that the manufacturer stands behind. Kudus to LogOX.