- Powerful 3.5-amp motor
- Precise and detailed cuts
- Variable speeds (500 – 3,000 SPM) increase the cut possibilities
- Soft-grip housing dampens vibration for added comfort
- Exhaust tube provides easy dust clean-up
Powerful 3.5 amp motor. Variable speed 500-3,000 SPM. Soft-grip housing dampens vibration. Exhaust tube for dust collection systems. 2 year warranty.
List Price: $ 25.99
Do you have any gift ideas for a power tool or woodworking tool for my husband who already has many tools?
He has several types of big saws, and all the little power tools-drills, dremels (sp?), power sanders and the like. He is good at woodworking, but I don’t think he has many woodworking type tools. Any guy or girl out there who enjoys working with tools, what tools are you glad you own, or what tools are on your wish list??
Suggestion by Empress Jan
a properly organized place (garage, basement) to put them. Reorganize and clean up his work area (peg board, drawers, etc) and maybe he’ll enjoy that as a gift (I worked as a Professional Organizer). PS – when he has time, can he remodel my bathroom lol???
Suggestion by jwolfy2003
never buy a man a tool or a golf club. go with him to home depot or Lowe’s and walk through the tool dept. with him. ask him ? when he looks at a tool. (what dose that do? is that a good one? etc.) better yet buy him a gift card
Suggestion by DIY Doc
Just an opinion; but as a male; especially one who enjoys tools; I have a suggestion.
To really make it a more personal experience, and one both of you can share in; why not determine an amount you can spend; and spend the time being with him in some store that sells tools; as he picks and chooses what he might most want.
Go out to lunch after, and enjoy sharing the time, and the smile on his face as he thanks you and hugs the tool (LOL) teasing.
Suggestion by Bill G
You did not mention any bench tools such as table saws, drill press or jointer. These may be the next step but are pricey. he may want to look at these to decide which best meets his needs.
For power hand tools, I have a few suggestions. 16g brad nail gun and small portable air compressor (if he does not have a nail gun, he should. http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&productId=100039279&N=10000003+90401+3602&marketID=401&locStoreNum=8125), jig saw (don’t look any further than Bosch http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&productId=100007442
I find a grinder to be very useful too (http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&productId=100341550
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