2014 Holiday Gift Guide

It’s about time for my annual holiday gift guide.  These are all products which I have personally purchased and recommend first hand.    If you click on any of my links to Amazon.com, and buy anything – even something other than the products listed – I earn a small commission, but your price doesn’t change.   This is one of two sources of “revenues” for this blog, the other being advertising.

Thanks for your support.

_________________________________________________________________________

amzn_inflator
Black and DeckerASI300 Air Station 12-Volt or 120-Volt Inflator

I bought this for myself and for my dad.  It easily handles the tires on my lawn tractor as well as on my Subaru Forester.

__________________________________________________________________________

amzn_cards

Cards Against Humanity

I haven’t played this yet, but I’m told I’m going to love it…

___________________________________________________________________________

amzn_router

ASUS RT-AC66U Dual Band Wireless AC1750 Gigabit Router

I bought this to replace my 10 year old wireless router.  Setup was easy, and it’s working fine.  I don’t even use 85% of the fancy features it has, but if you’re a tech geek, it seems like it’s a pretty capable piece of equipment.

___________________________________________________________________________

amzn_kreg

Kreg Jig HD

If you enjoy building stuff out of 2x4s, like I do, this simple jig for connecting them is a must have.  Slam dunk – this is my favorite purchase of the year.

____________________________________________________________________________

amzn_tiller

Earthwise TC7001 11 inch 8.5 AMP Electric Tiller/Cultivator

I was looking for any excuse to hate this machine – I was super-skeptical that an electric tiller would be of any use.  Once I got used to the thing (it works great pulling it backwards instead of pushing it forwards), it did a great job on my garden.

___________________________________________________________________________

AMZN_muckboots

Muck Boots

These things are a New Hampshire standard.   4 season.

 

Enjoy, and happy holidays

-KD