|Parkersburg, WV (May 2014) — Make Father’s Day gift shopping a breeze this year with suggestions from Scott Phillips, who co-hosts “The American Woodshop” on PBS with his wife, Suzy. Scott spent some time at Woodcraft searching for gifts that Dads will like, including the ones featured here. To hear Scott’s comments about his gift choices (and some limited time sale prices), click here to watch his video: http://youtu.be/KCre55F3Ulw.
Fein MultiMaster Q Start Kit – Complete a wide variety of home repair and renovation projects, car body repair, boat maintenance and model building with this one tool. (852116, $199.99)
Kreg Deck Jig System – Dad can easily build a new deck or refinish an existing one with this handy jig and a few tools he likely already owns. (150881, $79.99)
Kreg Jig Jr. – The small design of this R3 version of the Kreg Jig is perfect for repairs or building in the shop or on the road. (147643, $39.99)
General Tools “The Seeker 300-09” Video Inspection System – The ultimate search tool, the Seeker is ideal for use in plumbing, construction and restoration, HVAC/R and any other application requiring the inspection of hard-to-reach or hard-to-see areas. (159243, $299.99)
Kreg Ripcut Circular Saw Guide – Cut material from 1/8" to 24" wide safely and accurately with this guide and a circular saw. (153926, $34.99)
Kreg Automaxx 3" Face Clamp (158503, $29.99) and 3" Bench Klamp (158505, $37.99) – These clamps automatically adjust to the size of the material being clamped.
“Woodcraft Magazine” – This year-round gift provides six issues packed with woodworking projects, techniques and products, plus tips, facts about wood and more. (WMAG1, $19.97)
Kreg Jig K5 – The newest Kreg Jig offers a tool-free workpiece clamping system with a ratcheting clamp follower and front mounted ergonomic actuating handle. (158631, $139.99)
WoodRiver Low Angle Block Plane with Adjustable Mouth – The plane’s adjustable mouth is very smooth to operate and allows fine tuning for work ranging from coarse to creating whisper thin shavings. (151125, $99.99)
WoodRiver #4-1/2 Smoothing Plane – Modeled after the Stanley Tool Bedrock design, the #4-1/2 offers more heft, width and a larger tote than the #4. (158001, $169.99)
WoodRiver #5-1/2 Jack Plane – This is an all- purpose plane capable of performing the smoothing tasks of the smaller planes and the jointing tasks of the larger planes. (158002, $194.99)
Whiteside 1952 Rabbeting Bit Set 1/4" – Dad can easily take on the challenges of drawer fronts, tenons, box lids, and rabbets with this tool set. (143222, $62.49)
Microplane Round Rasp (143537, $17.99) and 8" Starter Set (828809, $23.50) – Microplane tools feature razor-sharp teeth that cut 10 times faster and hold a cutting edge 10 times longer than similar sheet metal tools.
Flexcut Carving Tool Set, 4-Piece – Set includes a cutting knife, detail knife, pelican knife, mini-pelican knife and tool roll. (836194, $81.99)
Easy Wood Tools – Scott’s favorites among the EWT turning tools are the Mini Finisher (845746, $89.99), Mid-Size Detailer (151019, $119.99), and Mid-Size Rougher (149928, $119.99).
Boxed Set of FULLER Tapered Drills – This set includes all the drills needed to install #4, #6, #8, #10, #12, and #14 wood screws. (13D18, $119.99)
Rikon 8" Slow Speed Grinder – Grinder operates at 1,750 RPM, the ideal speed for sharpening operations because it reduces heat build-up and minimizes the possibility for “bluing.” (158512, $139.99)
DeWalt TSTAK System – Six different TSTAK cases offer Dad customized storage choices, and the mobility cart offers easy transport. (Cases 856318, 856319, 855739, 855740, 856865, 856866, $29.99 to $44.99; and cart, 856867, $59.99)
iVAC Automated Shop Vacuum Switch – This smart switch eliminates the distraction of turning a dust collection system on and off while operating power tools and allows use of two 15 amp-cords for more power. (149950, $53.50)
O’Keefe’s Working Hands – This revolutionary conditioner is a unique formulation of moisturizing ingredients guaranteed to improve the health of your hands. (842670, $7.99)
Scott’s final suggestion: “The Woodcraft Gift Card just might be the best thing you can buy for someone who does woodworking. Dad can use it to shop at a Woodcraft store, from the catalog or online to select his ‘perfect’ gift.”
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