Mr. Buildit’s Father’s Day Gift Basket

If there’s anything I’ve learned from gift giving, it’s that if you don’t know what one big thing to buy for someone, you get them a bunch of small things in a gift basket. So this year, why not make the Dad in your life a basket too…a tool basket. Here’s what you’ll need to create the perfect Father’s Day gift basket.

1. Husky 12 inch Tool Bag

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The Husky 12 in. Tool Bag is constructed of 600-denier water-resistant material and features a dual-zipper main compartment for storage of different sized items.

2. 25pc Husky Black ¼” Gimbal Universal Socket Wrench Set

3. Milwaukee ONE-KEY Tick Tool/Equipment Tracker

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The Milwaukee TICK Tool and Equipment Tracker is the most versatile Bluetooth tracker on the market. With multiple attachment options and a low profile design, users can glue, screw, rivet or strap the TICK on anything. Weather, water and dust proof ratings ensure that the TICK Tool and Equipment Tracker will survive every environment. Powered by a coin cell battery that provides over 1 year of runtime, the TICK will reliably provide tracking beacons anytime, anywhere. Receive low battery, service reminders and missing tool notifications through the ONE-KEY App. Location Services powered by the ONE-KEY App.

Throw in a few extras. We dads can never have enough of these.

4. 3M noise cancelling ear protection

5. Milwaukee 25FT magnetic Tape Measure   

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