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Home Improvement Stocking Stuffers

by The Handyguys

in Tools, Video Podcasts

The Handyguys discuss inexpensive home improvement stocking stuffers, for the handyguy or handygal in your life, in this new video.

Brian Suggests these home improvement stocking stuffers

Stocking Stuffer Girl

6-in-1 screwdriver – Not the 11 in 1 or 32 in 1 or 945973495 in 1 screwdrivers. Keep it simple and get the 6 in 1 screwdriver that has 1/4″ & 5/16″ Nut Setter, 2 PHILLIPS & 2 SLOTTED bits.

Driver bits – A pack of driver bits to use with your drill or impact driver is also very handy.

Mini MagLight – These are handy to have around, get one for each glove box and a kitchen drawer.

Paul Recommends these home improvement stocking stuffers

A paint brush cover – Handyguy Brian hasn’t tried this cool new tool but Paul says it’s a must have.

Utility Knife – Another handy tool, despite Brian’s claim its one of the most dangerous tools in a Handyguys arsenal.

Dog bone wrench – Multiple sizes in one for this wrench!


Yeah, the Handyguys want to look stylish on and off the set. The Handyguys wardrobe is provided by Duluth Trading Company. They have lots of hard-wearing cloths and lots of great gifts. Check them out.

Duluth Trading Co


{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Delane December 14, 2012 at 11:04 am

Love the stocking stuffer ideas! I think I now know what to do for my husband!


Jessica Garcia-Pacheco December 17, 2012 at 1:13 pm

Delane’s right…. these are great ideas. All good stuff that my husband, my brother, my dad will love. Thanks guys!


Doug Muhle December 21, 2012 at 9:54 am

Great show as always guys! A utility knife is a must have for any contractor or home remodeler. I’ve had a knife since my father gave me a swiss army when I was 12.


Jessica Garcia-Pacheco December 26, 2012 at 6:02 pm

Update: The handyguys in my life (and handygirls) loved their stocking stuffers that were mentioned here. Thanks again! 🙂


Scott B September 20, 2013 at 11:25 am

These are great ideas even for the upcoming Christmas season. Thanks 🙂


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