Let’s say you read the 2012 HomeFixated Holiday Gift Guide last week and decided 25 awesome tool-centric gift ideas just weren’t enough. We can relate. You never can have enough sweet tools and cool home products. That’s why we have put together links to nine other awesome gift guides in honor of Cyber Monday. While you might find a little cross-over with HomeFixated’s list, you’ll also find an amazing assortment of tools, accessories, and gear that just about any contractor, DIY’er or hobbyist would love to find under the tree this year. Plus, if you are already into HomeFixated, you’ll most definitely enjoy all these sites as well.
Rob Robillard, the man behind the myth, behind the legend, behind the well-stocked tool trailer, behind the website, is out there in the trenches working his tools on the job. Rob has put together an A-Team list of goodies from some of the major tool brands sure to warm any tool-lover’s heart.
Is a Dragon Saw or a HotPod the perfect gift for the contractor in your life? WTF is a Dragon Saw? You’ll have to visit CopTool’s cool collection of gift ideas which range from ultra-practical to a little more esoteric.
HomeConstructionImprovement.com and ToolBoxBuzz.com
From stocking-stuffers to Delta’s UniSaw (try fitting that in a stocking), HCI and TBB have a list compiled to cover every price-range and interest. Check out either site and pull up their pdf gift guide to start shopping!
King Arthur’s Tools Lancelot 4″ Chain Carver Wheel for Angle Grinders, Lasers, and, of course, a Batarang – who wouldn’t delight to discover any of these holiday gifts? Find these conversation-starters and lots of slightly more conventional gear in PTR’s list.
Need a tool-themed stand for your beloved’s iPad? Or, a semi-automatic driver that would make Dirty Harry a little envious? Tool-Rank has you covered with a juicy list of goodies conveniently ranked by price range.
Stuart, the force behind ToolGuyd once told me how many screwdriver sets he has. It’s a protected trade secret, but I can tell you the number of tools is in the six figures. So, when ToolGuyd puts out a gift guide for the maker or hobbyist in your life, you should most definitely take notice and check it out.
Tools in Action took time out from their usual tool video reviews and hijinks to share their suggestions for great gifts for 2012. Reasonably priced and practical, check out their list and then subscribe to their YouTube channel.
Last, but certainly not least, ToolSkool has everything from a Thingamejig (no really, that’s what it’s called, it’s a cool scribing tool), to Rockler’s toy hobby kits (a much better way to introduce your kids to tools than handing them a circular saw). Geeks to tradespeople will love this list.
Happy Cyber Monday shopping, and a happy holiday season to all!