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Today is Day 2 of Amazon’s annual 12 Days of Deals holiday shopping promotion, and it’s all about do-it-yourself. Anyone on your holiday shopping list who enjoying fixing things or always seems to have a new DIY project going around the house is sure to love a gift that really caters to their interests.
We pored over Amazon’s daily deals to find the best offers you can get on DIY-related products and found a handful of tools worthy of your attention. While there are lots of great offers, we think you’ll find one of these three will be perfect for at least one person on your list this year. Not only are these high-quality tools from big-name brands like DEWALT and Black and Decker, but they’re discounted to fantastic low prices right now.
1. A cordless drill any homeowner, hobbyist, or DIY enthusiast will love
Everyone should own a power drill, even those of us who are not inclined to take on DIY projects. Building furniture and fixing things around the house are things we all need to do from time to time. This Black and Decker 2-speed Drill/Driver makes a great gift to give to anyone, especially someone living on their own for the first time. With a 20V battery, it’s got more than enough power to tackle everyday projects, and it has LEDs to light the way in dark spaces. The 33% discount marks to lowest price we’ve ever seen for this drill.
2. A tool set for the garage tinkerer
Know someone who’s always sticking their head under the hood of their car? This DEWALT tool set could be perfect for anyone interested in learning more about what makes their car engine purr and how to fix it at home. We’ve never seen this typically $60 set go on sale, making the 25% discount a great time to get this kit. It comes with a 72-tooth ratchet designed especially to work early in tight spaces, which is really all a car engine has, as well as a vast set of sockets sure to fit any need…