I would be hard-pressed to call it my favorite, but I kind of dig how low-tech but useful they are: craft wood sticks.
They’re good for all kinds of things, like spreading glue into tight spots in a broken cabinet. Another good use is for prodding switch blades when the game is turned on and you don’t want to get shocked or create a short, like you could with a screwdriver or other metal instrument.
For example, I had marginal switch on a game. It looked like it was making, but a couple of pokes with one of these sticks confirmed the switch needed adjustment.