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This has worked well for me for over a year.
Great battery charger that handles both AA and AAA batteries. Comes with 4 AAA batteries.
I have 2 of these, and they're great.
Great for cutting up standard-thickness cardboard boxes. Hard to cut yourself.
These are great if all you want is to move something in a straight line. And they hold a lot of weight.
I use these when I make knobs. See my video for more information.
Diamond whetstone with folding handles
I use this on my drill press fence, and one of my cross-cut sleds.
Inexpensive heat gun.
Yes, this is WAY too expensive, but I love mine.
This is a great set of hex keys I use. It includes a case, and both SAE and Metric hex keys.
Decent hex key set if all you need is metric.
These are what I use in my shop, and I really like them.
The "Blue" version lets you unscrew the screw if you need to.
I have 3 of these, although I got them from Harbor Freight. Love them.
Very useful. Even though the magnet's not very strong, and the light's not very bright, both are good enough to get the job done.
Fantastic packaging to help keep the magnets from shattering, and make them easier to get apart.
I love this on my cast iron table top.
Standard bench plane blade, reasonably priced
Sometimes this is on sale at Rockler, so check there first.
Just a simple, inexpensive screwdriver, with multiple bits. And it ratchets.
This works well for me, and I like that the handles close to make a little case.
Great mat for gluing, or just protecting a surface.
I love this socket set, and the case is really nice, except I had to cut a piece of cardboard to go inside, to keep the top tools from falling out.
Double-sided tape. It's removable, but it can be fairly strong, too. It's thick, though, so be aware of that.
Always use a coupon at Harbor Freight. The 20% off one, or if you’re lucky, a 25% off one.
This is a Home Depot link, and it’s the liner that I use.
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