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The Redneck Handyman Christmas Gift List -Lakes Region of NH Real Estate Report Dec 2

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Posted 12-04-2015 at 11:33 AM by Roy Sanborn



The Redneck Handyman Christmas Gift List -Lakes Region of NH Real Estate Report Dec 2015


OK, so I missed getting this out last week for Black Friday. I apologize. So, if you have already bought your redneck boyfriend or husband something like a new wallet or scarf for Christmas you can always take it back and pick up one of these suggestions. You see, guys like awesome tools or gadgets they can use around the house to make improvements and repairs. So, here goes…




First up, I’d
recommend a good wrecking and utility bar because before you can fix something you need to take it apart and sometimes a simple crowbar just doesn’t look as cool. Sometimes a redneck needs motivation to do work and being able to use a tool that looks like something you would kill zombies with gets him up and out of the chair. The FatMax Extreem 30” III-FuBar will get him going. It looks more like a Mad Max tool than a FatMax one. This tool weighs 9 lbs. and is 30 in. long and is used for prying, splitting, board bending and striking. It is a nail puller, pry bar, hammer, and hydrant wrench all in one. Don’t know why you need to open a fire hydrant, but you can with this! It has a textured grip so it doesn’t slip out of your hands when you use it to hit an intruder. Available at Home Depot for under thirty bucks. It would probably look cool hanging on your pick rear window gun rack.



For a neat tool that is a lot smaller and bit more hi-tech, check out the EDC Card by CHA/O/HA on-line. That’s an Every Day Cary Multi Tool that fits in the wallet I told you to take back, so on second thought give him the wallet, too.
This is a weapons grade S35VN stainless blade steel tool the size of a credit card that is just 2.84mm thick. It has over thirty functions including 23 hex wrenches (metric and imperial), flat head and phillips screwdrivers, pry bar, ruler, and 1/4" hex driver designed to hold any 1/4" screw bit shank. It has the requisite redneck bottle opener as well. Priced at $60 at Cha-o-ha.com.




It seems like many times you are working on things and you just don’t have enough hands. Sometimes that’s because you have a beverage in one hand while you are working. In those cases a Ryobi Hands Free Lazer level Model # ELL1002 will help.
This level will stick to virtually any flat, smooth surface utilizing its AIR Grip technology so you can use it with no hands. They are available for twenty bucks at the big box stores. Another time proven tool to free up your hands is a Black and Decker Workmate. These portable work benches are available in different models and capacities but they all have a clamping mechanism to hold whatever you are working on. They are available from light duty ones for $30 or so up to over $300 for the rugged he-man types and are available just about everywhere massive quantities of tools are sold.






If your guy likes remote control stuff, get him a Looj Gutter Cleaning Robot.
It is made by the same folks that make the Roomba robot floor vacuum. This remote control device must have been designed by the same folks that designed vehicles for Mad Max movies. It is a low slung tracked machine with a radical looking four stage auger on front that breaks apart, lifts, and throws out the clogs in your gutter while a set of sweepers and a scraper clean up the leftover debris. The device goes forward and backward and eliminates the need of repeatedly moving and climbing up and down a ladder to get the job done. You could buy two of them and he could have robot wars on the living room carpet. But remember, they don’t turn so he can only go back and forth. It is probably safer that way. I found them on Amazon for $239.99. A little expensive, but he’s worth it, right?







Finally, the ultimate redneck handyman gift is the XM-42 Personal Flamethrower by The Ion Production Team. Why would any homeowner need a flamethrower? Well I guess if you might have large piles of brush to burn and for safety purposes you want to be 20’ away when you light it? Or, you may have weeds growing up between pavement cracks. They also say you can use it to melt ice and snow. Not recommended for roofs though…or indoor use. Duh. Anyway, this is the real deal, a well made, and potential dangerous tool(?) that I am sure will make your guy smile…at least until his first trip to the hospital. It is available on-line http://store.xm42.com for just under $1,000. Remember, in NH, there’s a little bit of redneck in all of us…

There were 948 residential homes for sale as of December 1, 2015 in the twelve Lakes Region of NH communities covered by this real estate market report. The median price point for all homes on the market stood at $259,900. This inventory level represents about a 10.4 month supply of homes currently on the market





Data compiled using the NNEREN MLS system.
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