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.
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:
0:47 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
11:55 Screen, buttons, and batteries
13:26 Saw 7: No saw for you!
14:26 Good tool, but not for woodworking
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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