Christmas is coming and it’s time to break out the holiday spirit, holiday decorations and of course – the presents!
Ladies! Is your husband a handyman? Or at least a handyman wannabe? Why not surprise him with a present associated with his favorite hobby? Here are a few original examples of presents every handyman would love to have.
Here are a few original examples of presents every handyman would love to have.
1. A handy storage box for tools
Tools cannot be scattered all over the place – they need their own spot, and the tool storage box provides just that.
2. A square socket set
For when your (handy)man has to use a socket wrench, this set provides detachable sockets for every size.
3. A robotic lawnmower
Just like the robotic vacuum cleaner, it’s simply fun to watch it work and take a chore off your hands.
4. A vertical turntable for the nostalgic type
Most (handy)men love to listen to music while working. Some also care about the music player. This vertical turntable is an exceptional mix of old functionality and new design.
5. A toolkit with everything a handyman needs
For anyone who needs a brand new set of tools, after the old ones are past their wear-and-tear date.
6. A Crosscut and Mitre Saw
For a quick and accurate cross cut, this tool gives precision a new name.
7. A power drill
Nothing like the most classic power tool out there. You can easily drill a hole to his heart. Methaphorically.
8. A fancy new planer
Every wood worksman would love this tool. It can cut through wooden materials with ideal precision.
9. An irreplaceable chisel set
Another set of wood working blades – it would be like gifting painbrushes to an artist.
10. A multi-purpose sharpener for any blade
It might not seem like a big deal, but every (handy)man needs well sharpened tools to work properly. If there is a thing that can keep all of them “on point”, then you have a perfect gift idea.
11. And, for the little handyman in your life…
Don’t forget that in some cases the (handy)man is still in training and needs the proper learning tools, before becoming a true professional.