Stumped on holiday gifts? We’ve rounded up some of the top gifts, gadgets and job site hacks for the construction professional in your life.
- Magnelex Magnetic Wristband– $19.90 (usually $24.90, on sale today!!)
This is the perfect job site hack for everything from home improvement projects, auto repair, wood working, carpentry and major construction. The super strong magnets embedded in this wristband hold screws, nails, bolts, drill bits and even small tools. You will be able to keep your hands free and your tools close while working on ladders and tight areas. This is a great time saver.
This is the ultimate lunch box for those job sites that are in the middle of nowhere, or for everyday use. Stanley offers quality thermoses and coolers that are sure to keep your lunch cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The vacuum bottle snaps to the top of the 7-quart cooler to allow you to keep one hand free.
- Original Hardcore Hammer– $79.00
For those who are super picky about quality and craftsmanship, the Hardcore Hammer is the perfect gift. It claims to be the “one hammer to rule them all” because it combines a finish and a framing hammer all in one. With a recessed milled insert forged from steel and a smooth outer rim, it wont tear up your walls when you go from framing to finish.
- Bosch Bluetooth Jobsite Radio– $199.00
Who doesn’t want a little music on the job site? Using a Bluetooth connection, the Bosch Power Box plays anything you want through your smartphone- music apps, podcasts, itunes, etc. The Bluetooth connection has a range of up to 150 feet so you can roam freely without messing up your music. Traditional AM/FM radio is also built into the Power Box.
This handy ax is actually 13, yes 13, tools in one! The tool contains a hatchet, handle lock, mini knife, cross screwdriver, fish fork, saw, cutting knife, flat screwdriver, file, hammer, and more, if you can believe it. This is perfect for a construction professional, but can also be used for camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities.
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