Best Amazon Prime Day Tool Deals
Here are some of the best tools deals we're seeing on Amazon Prime Day.
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Portable Air Compressor
Tired of using a hand pump to inflate things around the house? This portable air compressor is convenient, efficient and compact. It can be packed into pretty much any travel bag or glove box for easy on-the-go access.
The full kit comes with all kinds of nozzles and adapters to fill soccer balls, footballs, bike tires, and even small to medium car tires in a pinch. And there’s an LED-powered flashlight on one end so that you’re never stuck working blindly in the dark.
Why It Makes Our Wishlist: This device has everything a consumer needs in a portable air compressor, providing back-up air in case an emergency strikes on the road or a quick and easy way to inflate a toy at home. Keep an eye out for it this Prime Day.
All products are available now but discounts may be offered on select products throughout Amazon Prime Day (Oct. 13-14).
Don’t let all of the knobs, wires and the cluttered display screen intimidate you. Despite their complicated appearance, multimeters are relatively simple to use and troubleshoot just about any malfunctioning electrical wiring or device. This digital multimeter features a dial mechanism for easy operation. It comes with everything you need to start testing wires and electrical currents in your home.
Why It Made Our Wishlist: A multimeter is a handy tool that can help solve a lot of the electrical problems around a house. If you’re a new homeowner looking to learn more about how your home’s electrical system works, start with picking up a multimeter.
SuperHandy Wood Chipper
This three-in-one wood chipper is a beast. It’s designed to chip, shred and mulch branches and twigs, making it perfect for late autumn landscaping jobs.
The top hopper on the machine handles the shredding, capable of ripping through twig and brush, while the side chute is made for chipping larger branches (up to three inches in diameter). There’s even a vacuum attachment that makes it super easy to suck up leaves into the shredder without having to bend over, saving your back from arduous lawn work.
Why It Made Our Wishlist: This is a fantastic entry-level wood chipper. It’s got everything you need to get your lawn spotless before winter hits. If you shred through enough wood you’ll save money on mulch in the spring.
LED Work Light
It’s not every day that a “work light” really lives up to its name. But these LED work lights are undoubtedly made for hard work, covered in rugged rubber and designed to be anti-sweat and anti-slip.
Each has five light modes, including a high, low and red light mode. Two foldable joints make it so that each light can be maneuvered and positioned at pretty much any angle. A magnetized base and hook make it easy to set them up for hands-free work.
Why It Made Our Wishlist: Sure, everybody’s got a flashlight on their phone. But your phone’s flashlight can’t do everything these work lights can. Grab a two-pack of these lights and you’ll never work in darkness again.
HYCHIKA 50 Feet Laser Level
If you’re thinking about tackling a remodeling project and you don’t have a laser level, consider taking a look at this one. It’s got everything you need to quickly and accurately check level lines on a project, including the ability to switch between vertical, horizontal and double-cross lines with a push of a button. It also comes with a magnetic bracket that can also be mounted on a tripod for smooth, 360-degree positioning.
Why It Made Our Wishlist: Laser levels eliminate any guesswork with projects around the house. Trust us: It’s much better to invest in a laser level than try to eyeball something and live with an out-of-level eyesore in your home.
Magnelex Magnetic Wristband
If you’re the kind of person who’s used to juggling an assortment of screws and nails in one hand and a hammer or screwdriver in the other, we’ve got good news for you. There’s officially a better way, and it’s this magnetic wristband from Magnelex.
It holds nine super strong magnets inside of its breathable, padded mesh exterior. That makes it easy to stick anything from nails and nuts to bolts and bits onto the band for convenient access, keeping your hands free to work.
Why It Made Our Wishlist: The simple design and obvious benefits of this wristband make it a no-brainer for anyone who regularly handles small metallic objects. Think of all the time you’ll save not picking up the screws that keep slipping out of your grip.
TECCPO Paint Sprayer
While paint sprayers might not be the best for small, intricate paint jobs, they can be a major help with large scale painting projects, especially outdoors. This paint sprayer from TECCPO is powerful but inexpensive, making it ideally suited for someone who wants the convenience of a paint sprayer without the high price tag. Its fine copper nozzles are more durable than plastic alternatives and can be set to three spray patterns depending on the application.
Why It Made Our Wishlist: Paint sprayers can be incredibly convenient, but most people are not going to use them frequently. This inexpensive option makes it a lot easier to decide to spend money on a tool that you might only break out a few times a year, but you’ll love using when you do.
Craftsman Home Tool Kit
There’s little worse than discovering a problem in your home and realizing you lack the one simple tool to fix it. This 102-piece tool kit from Craftsman is a great way to ensure that doesn’t happen. And with the Craftsman brand attached, you can rest assured knowing the tools in this bundle will actually be high-quality and not flimsy, cheap plastic imitations that need to be replaced in a year.
Why It Made Our Wishlist: This kit provides a fantastic collection of tools for any household, whether you’re a long-time handyman looking to replace the well-worn tools in your garage or a renter moving into your first apartment.