Tool Gift Ideas Under $10
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Browse this list of great tool gift ideas under $10 for that professional, hobbiest or do-it-yourselfer.
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General Contour Gage
General's contour gage can duplicate any shape. The stainless steel pins on the gage slide to conform to irregular surfaces. This tool can be used for pattern and mold making, duplicating parts and transferring prototype contours.
Stanley Super Wonder Bar
Length: 15-1/2", Blade Width: 1-3/4"
Tight radius bend angle for precise positioning. Extra long tongue for better grip and longer reach for hard-to-get-at places. Arch in center of bar gives more swing during nail pulling - no need for a wood block. Works as a panel lift: position pry end under panel, press down radiused end with foot, hands-free operation.
DMT Diamond Fine Grit 25 Micron Whetstone Keychain Sharpeners
Made with real diamond to reduce sharpening time. Light pressure produces keen edge with few strokes. Hones any hard material - tungsten carbide, HSS, steel, ceramic, glass, stone, etc.
Ullman Telescoping Magnetic Pick-up Tool
Perfect for retrieving nuts, bolts, even metal hand tools dropped while working on engines, boats or any place where pipes, panels or parts get in the way. Works under water, oil, etc. Extends from 16-3/4" to 26-3/4".
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Adjustable 5" C-Clamp
A line of light-duty "C" clamps (1,200 lb load limit). The screw is cold-drawn steel with special, smoothly rolled threads. Swivel end is securely fastened and revolves freely. For most do-it-yourself and household clamping.
Bucket Boss Cell Phone Holster
Designed for today's compact digital cell phones from Nextel, Motorola, Nokia and others. Dense padding offers real protection on the jobsite. Secure, quick access flap closure. Stainless steel spring clip attaches to your tool belt, directly to pants or belt.
SharkGrip 61/4" Nail Puller
SharkGrip nail pullers pull from the shank of the nail, not the head. The hardened "V" of the tool makes a firm, positive bite into the nail's shank; removal is a snap. The underside of the puller is curved, so that it can easily dig into wood, and slide under the head of an imbedded nail-or into the shank of a headless one.
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