We took a look through Amazon’s many early Black Friday tool deals, and hand-picked the best deals from the good ones. Check ’em out!
Triton Superjaws Workholding Support
The Triton Superjaws is the predecessor to Rockwell’s Jawhorse. The Jawhorse is sturdier, has a more user-friendly locking system and larger jaws, but it also costs more. The Superjaws offers similar functionality at a much lower price.
Sale: $100 | Street: $140-160
Fein 250Q Variable Speed MultiMaster
It should come as no surprise that the Fein MultiMaster is considered the best oscillating multi-tool around. After all, Fein designed the platform, with all other brands following in their footsteps.
Sale: $210 | Street: $250-$300
Black & Decker Auto Wrench
Before designing the ReadyWrench and newer ratcheting ReadyWrench, Black & Decker introduced the Auto Wrench. It’s big, it’s bulky, it requires batteries, but many Dads and homeowners seem to love it. You could do far worse for $10.
Sale: $10 | Street: $15-20
Milwaukee Reusable Earplugs 50 Pack
Sale: $5 | Street: $14-20
EDIT: Back in stock! Gotta be quick!
Skil X-Bench Portable Workstation
The Skil X-Bench is a portable worktable done right. Imagine an old-school Black & Decker WorkMate slingshot into a folding table. This what you get – a versatile workstation in a compact easily stowed package.
Sale: $99 | Street: $150-160
Gerber Folding Gator Knife
Gerber’s Folding Gator Knife is extremely well recommended (just check out all those positive reviews!), with most people loving the alligator-inspired handle texture. $20 gets you either the plain-edge or serrated version.
Sale: $20 | Street: $28-30
Hitachi 10-inch Compound Miter Saw
When I see a cheap miter saw, I often run for the hills in fear of inaccurate cuts or dangerous low quality. While Hitachi’s 10-inch compound miter saw may be inexpensive, it’s not cheap. I scoped these out in-store, and they feel pretty darn well built. Plus, they seem to be reviewed quite well. Have a bigger budget? Check out this Dewalt.
Sale: $99 | Street: $140
Gerber Ripstop Knife
The Gerber Ripstop II Knife looks decent enough, but doesn’t seem to be as popular as the above Gator knife. Unless you’re in love with the design, take a closer look at that one instead.
Sale: $17 | Street: $22-25
Racor Interchange Wall Docking Accessories 23-Piece Pack
Racor’s Wall Docking Storage System is an interesting storage and organizational system that we’ve been meaning to post about. Simply secure a Walldock to a stud, and you’re ready to swap storage hooks and accessories as the season requires. The starter kit includes 10 hooks and 13 Walldocks. Additional accessories cost $10-12 each, so you may want to pick up two starter sets for the best value.
Sale: $50 | Street: ~$95+
We’ll keep posting about the better deals we find, but you may want to check out Amazon’s Black Friday Tool Deals page for yourself.