It’s prime holiday shopping time. Do you know what to get your favorite electrician this holiday season? Whether you are writing to Santa, shopping for a loved one or treating yourself, we want to make it simple for you. So we’ve made a list. We’ve checked it twice. We’ve verified these products are nice. Check out these holiday gift ideas you can find at Van Meter.
GIFTS FOR YOUR FAVORITE ELECTRICIAN:
Southwire 12-in-1 Multi-Bit Screwdriver
Southwire’s 12-in-1 multi-tool screwdriver comes with eight quick-change tips that are interchangeable for driving hex, Phillips, slotted and square head screws. Whether you are using it on the job or around the house, it’s the perfect screwdriver for almost any project.
If it’s easier to keep track of screwdrivers than bits, gift this eight-piece screwdriver set. It’s a perfect combination of screwdrivers for the most common screw sizes, so you’ll be prepared for any task.
Leaving loose parts around the jobsite (or around the house) is a good way to end up on the naughty list. The PACKOUT™ modular storage system has 10 removable storage bins and is IP65 weather sealed to protect your tools and accessories from rain and debris.
If you want to keep your favorite electrician safe, make sure they can quickly and easily test for voltage while they’re working. This voltage pen is easy to always carry around, and it glows as red as Rudolph's nose and beeps when voltage is detected.
Once you have your tools, do you have something to carry them in? Southwire’s tool backpack has 29 tool loops, 28 pockets, three zippered pouches AND a partridge in a pear tree (kidding!). It’s water resistant and built to withstand rugged jobsites. Plus, the padded shoulder straps make hauling heavy tools comfortable. This bag even has a fully molded base, so it can stand freely without tipping over.
When the weather outside is frightful, having a heated jacket or vest is so delightful. With an LED controller that allows users to select from three heat settings, these vests and jackets will keep your favorite electrician warm on the job, on the slopes or anywhere they go this winter.