Tool Time for Dad

Father’s Day Means One Thing For the Man Around the House

Is your dad a mellow putterer? An inveterate DIY’er? A passionate woodworker, an incorrigible tinkerer, or a happy handyman? However he approaches his “honey do” list, now is the time to get him the latest gadget or handiest new tool. After all, May might mean flowers for Mom, but June means tools for Dad.

Check out Amazon’s Father’s Day Gift (and Sale) Storefor ideas and savings on power tools from brand names like Bosch, Milwaukee, Dewalt and more.

ToolGuyd, the site “all about tools,” has assembled a list of specials and offers from popular stores and sites, including WoodCraft, Channellock, and Kobalt.

Popular Mechanics lists the 6 Must-Have Products for Homeowners, starting with the Craftsman Booster Rocket that claims to charge any battery in the Nextec line to 25% capacity in just three minutes to Rockwell’s 10-inch job-site table saw, designed to be helpful on projects big and small. offers its Top 10 Manly Power Tools, from a Glass/Tile Cutter (“the diamond ring a man could really get onboard with buying”), to an Impact Drill (…cut, slice, bore into, or otherwise make julienne fries out of any stone or masonry. Any drill can bore a hole through wood, but it takes the added power of an impact drill to go through solid brick”), to its number one manly power tool, the Pneumatic Concrete Chainsaw (“a chainsaw that cuts through concrete. What more do you need to know?”).

Make your dad’s day this Father’s Day and get him something he really wants.



About gschmitten

I am a Realtor in Broward County, Florida. I work in all areas including Weston, Plantation, Parkland, Coral Springs, Sunrise, Pembroke Pines, and Hollywood. I'm a Grandma with 2 great grandson who were home-schooled, and one is now working on his Master's Degree, and the other is a Firefighter/Paramedic with the Town of Davie, Florida. I have a heart for Homeschoolers, and for all our Military Personnel - both active and retired. My son spent 15 months in Iraq, and survived, and I worked for the US Army in Germany for several years.
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