Hi-Lift Handle-All: 4 Tools in 1 (HA-500)

Full-Sized Shovel Head, Sledge Hammer Head, Axe Head, Pick-axe Head with Telescoping Handle

Popular Mechanics Editor's Choice Award for Best New Off-Road Product

2007 SEMA Show | Popular Mechanics Editor's Choice Awards. Click here to read article.

A Handle-All is a multi-functional tool with telescoping handle and 4 full-sized implements. Compact and rugged, while maintaining full-size utility. Perfect for camping, off-roading, recreation, farming, ranching, and forestry. Stores compactly alongside other accessories.

When driving off-road, it is essential to have recovery equipment. Most reliable sources strongly suggest a Hi-Lift jack, a shovel, and an axe as minimal gear. In fact, many off-road parks consider these items mandatory equipment.

A compact set of tools ideal for off-road vehicles where storage space for supplies, equipment, and tools is limited.

Handle-All Features Include:

Handle All: Branded gear bag for storage

Branded gear bag for storage

Handle All: Telescoping implement handle

Telescoping implement handle

Handle All: Full-sized shovel head

Full-sized shovel head

Handle All: Full-sized sledge hammer head

Full-sized sledge hammer head

Handle All: Full-sized axe head

Full-sized axe head

Handle All: Full-sized pick-axe head

Full-sized pick-axe head

Hi-Lift Product Testimonials

"A great bag to have along in the backcountry. Most all essential trail items in one bag. Well-constructed and thought out, does not take up much room - easily ported from one vehicle to another, and the tough bag has ample room for extra handle pins, a pair of gloves a short chain or recovery strap and other related small tool accessories."

Buck in Montana

"I don't have a lot of extra cargo space in a Jeep to carry a load of full sized tools like these. Honestly, the quality of this kit exceeded my expectations. The extendable handle is solid and the attachments fit firmly. I couldn't imagine having my Jeep without this kit in the back when off-roading."

Jeremy in Canada