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The 10 Best Tools for the DIY'er in your Life & Giveaway!

This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
Ryobi, Makita, DeWalt, Ridgid, Dremel power tools for the diyer

Hi there!

Last week I posted my list of favorite tools priced $40 and under that would make great stocking stuffers this holiday season. You can check that post right HERE.

orange The Prospective Christmas stocking full of tools for the diyer

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Today's list is for powerful, easy to use and great priced tools that the DIY'er in your life would love to have!

So, let me begin with this:

RYOBI 18-Volt One+ 1/4 in. Brushless Impact Driver - #thdprospective

- An impact driver with three speed settings!
- Brushless motor provides more runtime, more power and longer motor life.
- Powerful design produces up to 2,000 in./lbs. torque to easily drive or tighten large fasteners.

DREMEL Ultimate Corded 3-Tool Combo kit! #thdprospective

The ultimate DIY'er gift →  Three tool combo kit!
It includes:
- Dremel 3000 rotary tool.
- Dremel MM30 Multi-Max Oscillating Tool &
- Dremel SM20 Saw-Max multipurpose tool.

MAKITA 18-Volt LXT Pin Nailer - #thdprospective #tools

The tool I love for installing molding, especially small moldings. Its compact and ergonomic design makes it easy to use and great for confined spaces.

This DCS570 provides the end user with the power and depth of cut they receive in a corded circular saw with the portability and convenience of cordless. DeWalt brushless motor technology delives excellent performance and runtime. Ideal for cross cutting 2x material and ripping sheet goods.

This nailer is handy for getting larger nails into tight spaces where a framing nailer will not fit, or for mid-sized projects that brads are not right for. It can be used right or left handed.

This sander provides all of the power of a corded model without the hassle of the cord. While the sander is powerful and quickly removes stock, it is easy to control and doesn't run away from you like some other sanders.

A cordless and compact reciprocating saw that delivers faster cutting and demolition performance.
The tool-less blade change system allows for faster blade installation and removal.

This shear is great for cutting various materials, like chicken wire, steel and roofing shingles. The rotating head design makes it easy to adjust the angle of the shear to fit your job. This tool's blades are replaceable for continued performance and a variable speed trigger gives you optimal control all the way through your cut.

This Hex Brushless impact driver is the most compact impact driver in its class and delives over 50% more run-time than impact drives with brushed motors. The Milwaukee built brushless motor, REDLINK Electronics and REDLITHIUM batteries provides more efficient power delivery, for fewer trips to the charger.
This impact driver provides excellent control and balance in a compact size, perfect for work overhead or in tight spaces.

RIDGID Lithium-Ion High Capacity Battery Pack

Great hand held spot light. I love that its dimmable, which makes it more useful for close up work.
Very convenient with the 18-Volt. battery powered lights. The LED light throws a great beam a long ways.  It's truly a cannon of light!

Well, there you have them! 
10 INCREDIBLE TOOLS to make all those projects easier to tackle!

And now...

I'm so excited to be able to give a lucky winner 

RYOBI 18-Volt One+ 1/4 in. Brushless Impact Driver - #thdprospective

Six easy ways to enter my giveaway below!

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  1. Love Ryobi, this would be perfect for odd jobs around the house

  2. These are great products and I can do some many jobs with them.

  3. I need the pin nailer so badly!

  4. The projects I could do, and make hubby roll his eyes at! ;-)

  5. I'd love the dremel set for my stocking! Or the pin nailer!

  6. Love that palm nailer or the Dremel saw!

  7. I like the Dremel Ultimate 3 Tool combo the best, I would want these tools on my wishlist.

  8. Love them all - could use them all!

  9. The shears are the one item that I could use the most.

  10. All of them especially the saw.

  11. The sander and the shears would come in handy!

  12. I am loving the RYOBI 18-Volt ONE+ Cordless Brushless Belt Sander (Bare-Tool) with Dust Bag and (1) 80 Grit Sanding Belt. It would make refinishing my furniture so much faster and easier! Thanks so much for the chance to win! Have a Merry Christmas!

  13. Oh, I think my choice is the Impact Driver! Not even sure what I could do with it, but it's gotta make some jobs easier, right?

  14. The Dremel kit looks like a great all purpose gift!

  15. Great gift ideas. The brushless impact driver would be a great addition to my existing Ryobi One+ tools.

  16. I'm going to have to hang those beams on the slanted ceiling MYSELF (thus, how I found you)! Would love to win! Your beams turned out amazing. I love the offset edges! (I also love that they are white!)

  17. I like the Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Cordless Compact Brushless 1/4 in. Hex Impact Driver Kit!

  18. Oh my I have heard about the many uses of the DREMEL Ultimate Corded 3-Tool Combo Kit with 15 Accessories and Carrying Bag - $129. This is my first choice.

  19. Oh, how I love new toys. I have a reno project coming up in the near future and could use all of them. Dear Santa I have been very good this year. lol

  20. That palm nailer looks amazing!!! Perfect for tight spots like furniture and built-ins!!

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