Don't Buy These Tools // 10 Woodworking Tools I Wish I Didn't Buy

Here are my top 10 woodworking tools (power tools, hand tools, and accessories) that I wish I didn’t buy for a variety of reasons. Some of them are because they are truly low-quality versions of a potentially useful tool, and others are just bad overall. As much as I don’t like to admit it, these were all generally a waste of money, which could have been allocated to a lower volume of higher-quality tools.

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Take a look at the links below for my videos where I highlight my most USEFUL tools and accessories for the workshop under $10, $25, $50, $100, and $250:
10 Shop Essentials Under $10:
10 Shop Essentials Under $25:
10 Shop Essentials Under $50:
10 Shop Essentials Under $100:
10 Shop Essentials Under $250:

0:00 Introduction
0:47 Crappy rotary tool with crappy accessory kit
3:18 Crappy plastic measuring things
5:00 Strap clamp that’s too strappy
6:10 Frustrating marking gauge
7:13 Not hand-y planes
9:20 Plug-in paint can
10:30 Wobbly-mark
11:55 Screen, buttons, and batteries
13:26 Saw 7: No saw for you!
14:26 Good tool, but not for woodworking
15:29 Conclusion

Please note that this video is not sponsored by any of the brands in the video and all products have been purchased with my own money.

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