Father's Day Gift Guide - Tool Lover - 2019

Friday, June 7, 2019 -
Cool and useful Fathers Day gift ideas for the tool lover or any handy dad in your life
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Father's day is just over a week away! I've shared several DIY gift ideas in the past, like the Cigar Dispenser that I shared yesterday or the Desktop Football game I made a couple years ago. If your rushed for time, or maybe just have an eye on some tools for yourself, this week is a fabulous time to hit up the sales The Home Depot has going

I've put together a list of some of my favorite tools and gadgets and broken them down by price. Most of the items are eligible for free shipping and everything on the website can be set-up for free store delivery. Keep scrolling to check them all out and make sure to click the links for for details. 

$20 or less:


Drill and driver bits are one of those things that you really should just stock up on because you know you're going to lose, strip, break, etc. on the regular. Although I have yet to ever strip one of these Milwaukee Shockwave Driver bits, having a stash of 15 would come in mighty handy! 

Milwaukee #2 Philips Shockwave 2" Driver Bits (15-Pack) - $9.97


You don't think much about drill bits, until the size you need happens to be the one missing from the pack. If I'm totally honest, I've broken more than a couple small drill bits before, which is why the titanium coated drill bits from Ryobi are the way to go (and less than $10 for 21!).

Ryobi Titanium Coated Drill Bit Set (21-Piece) - $9.97



$20 - $50:

You may be asking why Dad wants somthing called a "craft tool"; let me tell you. What's the one thing that makes Dad even more angry than leaving the lights on in a room after you leave? When someone uses his tools and doesn't put them back. I've used several different rotary tools before, and the Dremel Stylo+ is by far the easiest way to engrave anything. The smaller size and weight, as well as the index-finger power button make carving your initials (or anything else you want) into plastic, wood and steel as simple as holding a pencil. 

Dremel Stylo+ Craft Tool and Engraver - $49.97

Ryobi 18-Volt Cordless Fixed Base Trim Router - $69.00





$75 - $150:





$150 +:


Milwaukee M18 FUEL Brushless Cordless SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw - $199.00
Although not in the price grouping, even the best saw is only as good as it's blade. If you're cutting metal, my go-to blade is the Milwaukee 6" Torch 7 TPI with carbide teeth

6" 7 TPI Torch Carbide Teeth Metal Cutting SAWZALL Saw Blade - $11.97

I LOVE the Milwaukee Red Lithium High Output batteries! They are super lightweight but last as long as competitors twice their size. If you are planning on purchasing a Milwaukee power tool, make sure you also pick up a M18 3ah 2-pack to go with it. 

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt HIGH OUTPUT 3.0Ah Battery (2-Pack) - $149.00

If you're the kind of person who hates changing out batteries, Milwaukee just launched a 8.0 ah, high output battery! That's massive! It's designed for high demand devices like the Sawzall and even the cordless chainsaw I got to try out a couple months ago. 

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt HIGH OUTPUT Starter Kit W/ 8.0Ah Battery & Rapid Charger - $249.00




Obviously, I'm a big fan of woodworking tools like saws, sanders and drills, but on more than one occasion I've found myself crossing the proverbial line in the garage floor to go steal borrow one of my husband's socket wrenches. Whether it's for driving lags bolts or assembling machinery, every shop needs a reliable Mechanic's Tool Set

Milwaukee 3/8 in. Drive SAE/Metric Mechanics Tool Set (56-Piece) - $179.00

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