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2019 Gifts For The Handyman

Today´s Holiday Gift Guide roundup is focused on the handyman and experts on all things DIY. We bring you our pick of some great tools designed for their capable hands and making their job easier. Hopefully you´ll find something for the do-it-yourselfer in your life. If you can´t find anything today, do not despair! Check out our other great gift suggestions.

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DM1 DRUM MACHINE APP FOR IPAD | BY FINGERLAB | Image

DM1 DRUM MACHINE APP FOR IPAD | BY FINGERLAB

In the hands of someone with talent, the DM1 Drum Machine can become one of the most complete applications for IOS, able to create rhythmic sound effects and mind-blowing sequences. The app, besides having an extremely beautiful layout, has dozens of drums with different sounds, advanced editing options, distortion tools, production timeline and a lot of other features that will give you freedom to create really cool beats....
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OFF-ROAD SAFETY KIT | BY GERBER | Image

OFF-ROAD SAFETY KIT | BY GERBER

Gear manufacturer Gerber have released some cool and original problem-solving, life-saving products recently, example is the awesome Apocalypse Survival Kit, a kit for survival against a possible Zombie attack! The Vehicle Safety Kit seems like something you might be using more often, specially if you go on off-road adventures. The kit comes complete with a multi-plier, a back pace axe, a water/shock resistant flashlight, a compact folding spade, a had saw and a fir...
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Hi-Lift Jack

Next time you hit the trail, make sure you have a Hi-Lift Jack with you, a must have for any off-road adventurer. For less than $100, this basic tool can free you from the stickiest situations. Made of cast and steel components, the simple device is designed to lift a trapped vehicle from a boggy situation. Simply plant the jack under your vehicle, place the foot of the jack under a secure anchor point on your bumper or rock sliders, and then, using the ...
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