I recently came across this from Ridged:"The new RIDGID SeeSnake micro? inspection camera allows you to easily perform visual inspections in hard to reach areas. Its lightweight, handheld design means that it can be carried anywhere ? providing solutions when and where you need them, while allowing you to offer more services and increase productivity."
It isn't really cheap, but it sure would have been handy for fishing around inside walls and...
You would think they would have given it a bit more resolution and the ability to take pictures. But then they wouldn't be able to come out with an improved model I guess a few months later.
I found it for sale on Fastenal's website, ~$280.
The Stanley Laser measures, TLM series (100, 200, 300) would be really cool to have if I was still running conduit. It seems like my one inch wide tape measure was never quite long enough to reach what I wanted. See:It is suppose to have plus/minus 1/4 inch accuracy at 100 feet which isn't too shabby. Plenty good for running conduit.
Too pricey to have around nowadays for occasional use. Around ~$100 for the TLM100 version.
So what else is out there that we really don't need, but would be cool to have?