A gift guide to help you find the perfect gift for the DIYer in your life.
Here is gift guide to help you find the perfect gift for the DIY lover in your life. If you are looking for some higher price point ideas then check out this post on The 10 Best Gifts for Woodworkers. This post features gifts all under $50 and the smaller items would even make good stocking stuffers at Christmas time.
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Pro Stud Finder $39
This Professional Pro Finder Stud Sensor works to not only locate the stud but it shows you the entire width of the board making it more likely to hit the middle of the stud. I personally own this and I have been very happy with it.
Pliers for Hammering Safely $8
This next item looks pretty genius and I didn’t even know this existed. Save your fingers, that beautiful manicure and prevent cussing with the Anti Smashing Finger Joint Pliers. These pliers hold a nail in place while you hammer away.
Wireless Endoscope $36
Need to see something in hard to reach places? Until we have x-ray vision this Deptech Wireless Endoscope will have to do. This is one of Amazon’s Choice for endoscopes. It is compatible with your smartphone, waterproof and has LED lights for dark and damp places.Touch Screen Work Gloves $16
Not only is it important to protect your hand when you are working with wood, metal and sharp objects but these Touch Screen Work Gloves also provide the ease of use with your smart phone without removing the gloves. These gloves are touch screen enabled on the index and thumb on both sides. Retractable Extension Cord $40
A Retractable Extension Cord Holder with Extension Cord is a must in any garage or workspace. Keeping cords easily accessible but also up and out of the way is a win win. Magnetic Wrist Band $15
If you have done DIY for any amount of time you know the frustration with losing and misplacing hardware. This is where the Magnetic Wrist Band comes in handy. Keep your loose screws and nails close by and keep your workstation cleaner and free of hardware while working on your projects. Ryobi Glue Gun $30
If you experience with craft glue guns are they are flimsy, fall over often and the cord can make it difficult to work with then you will be happy to see this Cordless Ryobi Glue Gun. This glue gun is cordless and compatible with Ryobi’s batteries making it easier to work with and more mobile.
Screw Extraction Pliers $30
If you have stripped, rusted or corroded screws then consider the Vampliers Screw Extraction Pliers. A handy tool that may just be the perfect addition to your toolbox.
Telescoping Flashlight $12
Light up corners with the Telescoping Flexible LED Flashlight. Not only is it a flashlight but the head is a magnet making it easy to pick up metal objects that may have been dropped in hard to reach places. Retracted it measures 6.7 inches and 22 inches extended. Project Mat $30
This Silicone Project Mat protects your workspace from glue, paint and debris to maintain a cleaner workstation. The mat rolls up for easy storage, but lays flat when in use. It is heat resistant. Wet glue washes off and dry glue peels off.
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