Christmas is two weeks away so we figured we should release our yearly Christmas Gift Guides. For each list, we are going to break it down into the top 10 items and each will have a different theme each day. All the lists are power tool related, with the last day having no price tag limits.
Here is what we will be releasing each day:
- Top 10 Power Tool Christmas Gifts for Under $50 – Tomorrow
- Top 10 Power Tool Christmas Gifts for Under $100 – Wednesday
- Top 10 Power Tool Christmas Gifts for Dad – Thursday
- Top 10 Power Tool Christmas Gifts Guide – Friday
So let's jump in and take a look at today's top 10 power tool Christmas gifts for under $25.
This one is a given. We all have either small screws, nuts, bolts or something that is all over our garage. Here is an inexpensive way to keep us organized. Not only is this Milwaukee organizer tough, but it has a nice see-through cover so you always know what's inside. This retails for about $20 at The Home Depot.
Here is your chance to finally get rid of all those junky drill bits you have laying around the garage. The Dewalt Drill Bit set not only includes a wide range of drill bit sizes, but it comes in a nice case to keep them organized. You can pick this up on Amazon for about $15.
Klein is considered one of the best hand tools money can buy. They have been used by electricians for over a 100 years. Their soft grip handles are extremely comfortable. This is the perfect tool as it has all the common sizes and it is all packed in one tool. Changing bits is extremely easy. You can pick this up on Amazon for about $15.
Protecting your hands is vital. There are a ton of gloves on the market to choose from. Leather offers one of the best ways to protect your hands no matter what type of work you are performing. We reviewed these Husky gloves a while back and love them. You can pick them up at The Home Depot for about $15.
Who doesn't need a good work light? There are always those times we need a little more light. Doesn't matter if we are at home, in the truck or at work. The Milwaukee Pen Light is a strong light that puts out 100 lumens. You can pick this light up at The Home Depot for about $20.
This is a must for anyone and everyone. I own this Ryobi inflator and use it all the time. I use it for my truck tires, my kid's bicycle tires and all their footballs, basketballs and more. I can't tell you how many times a week I use this. Well, I could tell you, I just don't know how many times. You can pick this up at The Home Depot for about $25, which is a steal. This is the bare tool, so you will need a battery.
The one thing we should do is the one thing we never do. We need to always make sure we have a sharp blade on our saw. Not only will it give us a better cut, but it will make our saws last much longer since they don't have to work so hard. Diablo is one of the best circular saw blades on the market. You can pick up a saw blade on Amazon for about $20
A utility knife is always handy having around. Problem with utility knives, it's hard to find a quality one that won't break the bank. The Milwaukee Fastback has been around for a while with people loving them. They are designed for the tradesman which means even the homeowner can own a quality knife that won't break the bank. Easy to change the blades, very comfortable and on-board blade storage all for about $15 at The Home Depot.
If you aren't in the trades, you probably won't be using this every day. However, this Irwin is one of those tools you need to have around. This is pretty much a 3 in one tool that allows you to strip, crimp and cut. Very comfortable and easy to use. You can pick this up for about $14 on Amazon.
Another item to have around. Quality bits that are designed for the abuse. I love this set because it offers a wide range of sizes and types for your impact or drill. Not only do you get quality bits with the Milwaukee Shockwave, but you get a nice kit to keep you organized and make sure all bits are in one place. You can pick this up at The Home Depot for about $23.