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.
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