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I've found that you just can't say "no" to honey-do projects. It doesn't pay. And excuses like "I had planned on watching Masters golf tournament, or Superbowl is this weekend, don't go over well." So it's best to learn how to do things quickly. And to perform projects quickly, saving you time to watch NBA playoffs or that next round of Jeopardy is having right tools for job.
But as I said, most of us will procrastinate forever and try to build skyscrapers using nothing but a hammer and a putty knife. Take my word; best investment a man can make in his life is in contents of his toolbox and workshop. Sure, that investment can cost you a fortune over a lifetime, but not if you shop wisely. And that's point of this article, for best deals you'll find on tools is not at your local Home Depot or Lowe's. Don't get me wrong, I love both stores and would rather be browsing their shelves than visiting my local sports bar (sounds corny but true). But when I shop for tools I go online. The savings can be enormous on many items.
A great place to get started when shopping for tools is 1-Tools.com, at http://www.1-tools.com -- your central resource center for tools of all kinds. This excellent information hub for tools, hardware and home improvement provides links to best tool sites online, articles about tools, tool auctions, books about tools and much more. Do yourself a big favor and check out 1-Tools.com before you make your next tool purchase.
Craig Whitley is a jack-of-all-trades, ranging from author to web entrepreneur. He created 1-Tools.com for guys just like himself that treasure time with the sofa and remote control more than the time it takes to build a picnic table using nothing but a ball ping hammer, nails and a hacksaw. His message – “Buy the right tools for the job online and save money.”