Holiday Gift Ideas for Tool Lovers and DIY Fans

Monday, December 2, 2019 -
Holiday gift giving guide for the tool lover or DIY fan on your Christmas list

*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot. I have been compensated for my time and provided with product or payment in exchange. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

Holy cow! How is this year going by so fast? How is it already December? I have a confession: I am a horrible procrastinator. I haven't bought a single Christmas gift yet. 

My twin boys are ten years old now and that means they are still super easy to shop for. We draw names for the extended family, so that means we only have a couple people to shop for there as well. My husband on the other hand, he's the tricky one. He's a super handy guy and possibly loves tools as much as I do. I combed through and made a list of gift ideas in every price range. Truth be told, it's really just a collection of my favorite tools and gadgets and several new items I'm itching to buy for myself. 

If you have a tool lover or DIY fan on your holiday list, keep scrolling and feel free to add those things you've been needing to the shopping cart as well. 

Stocking Stuffers:

Stanley FATMAX 6 ft. Tape Measure - $3.97
Milwaukee 100 Lumen Pen Light - $19.97
Milwaukee Cuffed Knit Beanie Hat - $14.98 

Husky Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife - $7.88

Diablo 24 Teeth Framing Circular Saw Blade - $10.97

Under $20:

DeWalt 20-Compartment Small Parts Organizer - $15.97

QEP 6in. Contour Gauge - $9.78

Firm Grip Trade Master Work Gloves - $12.97

Husky Metric Dual Direction Socket Extraction Set - $19.97

Husky SAE Dual Direction Socket Extraction Set - $19.97

Carhartt Signature Logo Short-Sleeve T-shirt - $12.99

$20- $50:

Ryobi 18V High Volume Power Inflator - $29.97

Ryobi Whole Stud Detector with Auto Depth - $29.97

Bosch BLAZE 65 ft. Laser Distance Measurer - $29.88

Ryobi 18V Hybrid Cordless Portable Fan - $39.97
ActionHeat Unisex Wool Heated Socks - $49.99

Husky 16 in. Pro Mobile Office Organizer - $39.97

$50- $100:

Ryobi 18V Cordless 1-Gallon Air Compressor - $99.00

Milwaukee 700 Lumen Rechargeable LED Aluminum Flashlight - $69.97

Ryobi 18V Hybrid LED Work Light - $69.00
CAT Footwear Second Shift Leather Work Boots - $65.99

DeWalt TSTAK VI Tool Box, Organizer, and Trolly Kit - $159.00


Ryobi 18V Cordless Wet / Dry Vacuum - $109.00
Milwaukee Cordless Heated Hoodie Sweatshirt - $149.00

Husky 270 -Piece Mechanics Tool Set - $149.00
OXX COFFEEBOXX Single Serve Jobsite Coffee Maker - $199.99


Husky 4 ft Solid Wood Top Workbench with Storage - $247.69
NEST 3rd Generation Learning Smart Thermostat - $249.00
Whynter Elite 12,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner - $358.16
Husky 46" 9-Drawer Mobile Workbench in All Black Finish - $298.00

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1 comment

  1. Hello, I wandered upon your page, blog, YouTube's. Just a cool little tool you makly want to add to your arsenal...
    Most of the time dropping a few bucks on tools leads to an interior and unfortunate waste of time, gas, effort & money...
    But this $13 add on is great...
    Ridgid 4½" bi metal blade!! It superceded all expectations when I slapped it on my DeWalt angle grinder with 60v flex battery!!! Passing it along!
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