Gifts For Do-It-Yourselfer Dads

Still wrestling with what to get dad for his big day?

If he's handy, there's plenty to pick from at the home improvement store.

On The Saturday Early Show, "Rent-a-Husband" Kaile Warren shares ideas on cool, new items that would make great Father's Day gifts.

Here's a guess: They'd all be far more welcome than a tie!

Ryobi Super Combo Kit, $149
Includes 18-volt One+ Torque IV drill, 18-volt One+ Circular saw, 18-volt One+ Reciprocating saw, Tuff Sucker wet/dry vac, 18-volt One+ Flashlight, 2 18-volt batteries, 1 One-hour diagnostic charger, Durable carrying bag

Black and Decker Automatic Adjustable Wrench, $30
Automatically adjusts to any size nut or bolt up to 1-1/4 inch with the push of a button. Enables you to work in tight areas with the convenience of one-touch adjustment.

Cold Heat Cordless Soldering Tool, $18
Cordless operation, powered by four AA batteries. Heats and cools almost instantaneously for comfort and safety. Reaches 500 degrees F in less than a second.

Vector Weatherband Weatherproof Flashlight with Weather Band Radio, $30
Equipped with built-in AM/FM radio with emergency alert function and weather band stations to keep you tuned in to the day's happenings. Two lighting options include small spotlight in front and 6 LED area light in the rear for greater vision in dark environments. Dynamo Power Crank supplies a steady stream of power even if the batteries run out.

Black and Decker Electric Alligator Lopper, $99
A cross between a lopper (pruner) and electric chainsaw. The clamping jaws grab and cut in one, easy motion, and with the 4.5 amp motor, you'll get fast and powerful performance. After a storm, this device can cut fallen branches into manageable pieces to take to the curb or stack by the fire pit.

The Husky 1800 PSI PowerWasher Electric Pressure Washer, $169
Comes with one-year limited warranty. Features ergonomic soft grip handle with easy on/off switch, heavy-duty motor with aluminum pump, and detergent/soap spray bottle storage holder.
  • Brian Dakss

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