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Father’s Day Gift Giving Guide Under $200

father's day gifts under $200

If you’re like me, you probably are a last minute gift giver. But, no worries, I’ve become a pro at finding amazing gifts on a budget and on a tight timeline. To help you find something awesome for your dad this Father’s Day, I partnered with my amazing friends at The Home Depot to share this Father’s Day Gift Giving Guide! Even better, all items on this list are under $200.

Father’s Day Gift Giving Guide Under $200

This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.

Even though Father’s Day is this weekend, there is still time to find many of these gift-giving items at your local Home Depot. Here are just a few of my favorites with highlights (hey are organized by price in this Father’s Day Gift Giving Guide)!

P.S. Want to see some of these tools in action? Scroll to the bottom of the post for a gallery of shots taken with these tools in use!

Gifts For Dad Under $50

father's day gifts under $50

1. Dremel Multi-Max Multi-Tool With Accessories

The Dremel Multi-Max tool is a really diverse tool that will be able to help dad on many types of projects for a long time. It comes with different accessory options as well, which means he will always have the right tool for the job!

2. Firm Grip General Purpose Gloves

I absolutely love Firm Grip Gloves! They come in many different sizes and can be used in lots of different ways. These Firm Grip General Purpose Gloves in particular are top of my list because they’re reinforced, comfortable, and strong. Even cooler, they are touchscreen compatible for hi-tech dads!

3. RYOBI Cordless Angle Grinder

This cordless angle grinder is a great entry tool for someone who does light metal work!

4. HUSKY Backpack With Rubber Bottom

If dad’s looking for a more comfortable way to haul his tools around, this backpack is a huge win! The rubber bottom helps it stay durable in harsh working conditions, and the straps are super comfortable!

5. Bernzomatic Micro Butane Torch

The Bernzomatic Micro Butane Torch is a really versatile tool that dad will love. It doubles as a tool that is great for precision light soldering and hobby work or small torch/heat work as well. It includes both a micro flame torch and soldering tip, so dad can use it in the home or in his shop! Even cooler, it features a built-in push-button igniter, which makes using it super easy!

Gifts For Dad Under $100

father's day gifts under $100

1. RYOBI One+ Cordless Reciprocating Saw

This saw is at a great price point for someone who wants to get comfortable with using a reciprocal saw in their workshop. Dad can do a lot with this tool!

2. DeWalt Area Light

The need for lights in the workspace and the home is so underrated. Dad can use this universal light in many different situations (i.e., in his workshop, in his car, in a blackout). This one is a winner, for sure!

3. DeWalt Folding Portable Workbench

The DeWalt Folding Portable Workbench is an amazing gift for anyone who loves to work outside or doesn’t have room in their garage or workshop for a dedicated workspace. The lightweight yet sturdy project center supports up to 1,000 lbs. can accommodate several different clamp types. Even cooler, it folds up in less than 3 seconds!

4. RYOBI One+ Cordless Jig Saw

I have had this saw for years and love it! It’s a great tool for anyone looking to create some intricate pieces for their home or shop!

5.DeWalt Bluetooth Speaker

Who doesn’t love listening to music while working? This one speaks for itself.

Gifts For Dad Under $200

father's day gifts under $200

1. DeWalt Cordless Drill/Driver Impact Kit

This kit rocks and includes (1) ATOMIC 20-Volt Max compact 1/2 in. drill/driver, (1) ATOMIC 20-Volt Max Compact 1/4 in. impact driver, (2) 20-Volt Max Lithium-ion 1.3 Ah battery packs, (1) 20-Volt Max charger, and a contractor bag. Basically, you get a lot of bang for your buck!

Each brushless tool in this kit also has a variable speed trigger allows for control and precision on delicate work surfaces.

Pro Tip: You will easily become dad’s favorite kid if you choose this kit for him.

2. RIDGID Cordless & Brushless Job Max Multi-Tool With Tool Free Head

Now, this is a sweet deal! The RIDGID Cordless & Brushless Job Max Multi-Tool is a brushless tool, which means it provide 50% longer run time and extend tool life. It includes the Tool-Free Multi-Tool Head and Universal Multi-Tool Adaptor. Even better, when you (or dad) register this tool you can get free parts and service for life!

3. RIDGID Jobsite Table Saw

This table saw is the same one I have in my small workshop, and it’s a beast! A really awesome choice for dad if he’s looking for a table saw to store in his garage or workshop!

4. Kreg K5 Pocket Hole Master System

If your dad is ready to start building furniture or larger pieces for the home, the Kreg K5 system is a must!

5. RIDGID Octane In-Store Promotion

This might be my favorite gift giving deal in this entire post and here’s why: with the RIDGID Octane In-Store Promotion you purchase a battery pack kit (which includes two batteries, a charger, and a carrying case) for normal retail price at $179.00 and get a tool for free. Not kidding. You can choose from several different Octane tool choices! It really is a pretty sweet deal.

I hand-picked the items on this list from experience in my own shop and working with my dad! If you want to see some of them in action, check out the gallery below!

What do you think of this list? Any tools you’d recommend adding? Let me know below!

In the meantime, Happy DIY’ing (and Happy Father’s Day)!

I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in the promotional program described above (the “Program”). As a part of the Program, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting The Home Depot. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. My post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.

Sam Raimondi

Sam is a full time psychologist and part time content creator from Long Island, New York.

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