Bosch’s drills and drivers are some of the most popular you can buy, and two different options are both down to their best prices ever, today only on Amazon.
When is a pen worth $40? Possibly never, but the GP 1945 makes a really strong case.
Battery powered tools are great for most jobs, but sometimes, you need the concussive force and torque that only air compressors can provide. Today only, a bunch of air-powered impact tools (and a couple of battery powered ones) from Ingersoll Rand are marked down to all-time low prices in Amazon’s Gold Box. These…
The weather’s going to cool down soon (right? right!?) and the leaves will start falling, but you can make your lawn maintenance routine a little bit easier with a pair of great deals today.
You might not need a multimeter very often, but for $8, it’s not a bad idea to add one to your toolbox. It sure beats getting electrocuted!
If your tool cabinet is looking a little deficient, Amazon will sell you a complete Black & Decker starter set for $60, today only in the Gold Box.
If the weather ever decides to cool down, your yard will soon be covered in detritus from trees. After raking up those leaves and twigs, you could bag them up and throw them away, or you could buy this $80 wood chipper/shredder, and turn them into useful mulch and compost. It can handle branches up to 1.5" thick, so…
Amazon’s squeezing prices today with their Yost vise Gold Box deals. Inside, you’ll find both bench vises and smaller, portable clamps marked down to great low prices. Even if you don’t think you need any of these, it’s worth picking up a little bar clamp to add to your toolbox; they really come in handy when gluing…
A heat gun probably isn’t something you’ll use every day, but it’s definitely worth having one in your toolbox; just look at a few of the ideas from Lifehacker below. This model is a bit more expensive than some others we’ve seen, but it has three temperature settings (including a 122 degree cool-down mode), and four…
Amazon’s having a one day fire sale (sorry, sorry) on Zippo lighters, lighter fluid, and more, with the iconic lighter starting at just $7, with tons of varieties available.
You never know when a hot glue gun might come in handy, so pick one up for $17 if you don’t already own one. It even comes with 30 sticks of glue, which should last most people for years, if not decades.
Anker’s 1300 lumen LC130 flashlight is so bright, it ought to be illegal. Luckily, it’s not, and it’s also cheaper $14 less than usual today.
You guys bought a ton of battery-powered electric arc lighters last week for $15, but now you can get one for $14.
Let me tell you from experience as a kid; getting shocked by an electrical outlet is not pleasant. So if you’re ever planning on doing any electrical work around your house, you’ll want this affordable voltage tester. Just place the tip near wire or outlet, and it’ll light up if it detects current running through it.
Tesla Coil lighters are the lighter, evolved. They can light things on fire while fixing the three biggest problems with traditional lighters:
Are you still using an old-school tape measure, like some kind of caveman? Upgrade to a laser measure for just $19 today, one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on one of these. It’ll even calculate areas and volumes for you, in case your math skills are a little rusty.
A good oscillating tool isn’t something you’ll pull out every day, but whenever you find that you need to cut or sand something, you’ll be really glad to have it.
There are surely more powerful drill/drivers out there, but this 20V model from Black & Decker includes 100 accessories, and a battery that lasts for 18 months all for an all-time low $47. For basic tasks around the house, it’s more than enough.
I’m not saying you need a machete, but this one has a fine blade on one side and a saw blade on the other, and is only $10 on Amazon if you’re willing to wait out a backorder. So...why not?
A heat gun probably isn’t something you’ll use every day, but it’s definitely worth having one in your toolbox (just look at a few of the ideas from Lifehacker below), especially when it only costs $12. Just remember, as much as it looks like a Star Trek phaser, it’s not a toy.