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Question 1: What are great gifts for the DIYer on your list?
·Gift cards are available in store, online or on your mobile phone and are great gifts for the DIYers on your list. They can be purchased in amounts ranging from $10 to $500.
·This year we have designs ranging from the Christmas tree pop up to puppies with hammers. We also have a partnership with snarky Someecards for eGift giving and group Facebook gift giving.
·Husky Tools (The Home Depot private label brand) rebranded at the beginning of 2013. Huskys new product line can outfit an entire garage workshop with quality and affordable storage units, tools, work benches and more.
·Husky tools focus on what is important to The Home Depot shopper - quality, durability, innovation and value. Customers receive national brand performance at a lower price. Husky tools have a lifetime guarantee.
·Gifts for the DIYer: Wondering what to buy for the person who can make almost anything themselves? The Home Depot has the latest tools to make any DIY project faster and more enjoyable.
Question 2: What are some unusual and unique gifts that are perfect for family and friends?
Ready to win at the next White Elephant gift exchange with a unique and sought after gift? The Home Depot has plenty of fun and useful gifts, perfect for your next holiday gift exchange.
·Quirky Black Verseur Wine Multi-Tool: The wine lovers multi-tool combines everything you need to open, serve, and store your favorite wines. This easy-to-use corkscrew also includes a foil cutter, a pour spout and a tight-sealing stopper for keeping your open bottles fresh.
·Quirky Porter BBQ Tray: This all-in-one BBQ tool eliminates extra trips between your kitchen and grill. The Quirky Porter BBQ Tray transforms from a spatula to a fork to a pair of tongs. Containers with lids keep raw food safely separated; while a serving platter and condiment caddy hold everything a grill chef needs at hand.
If you have tech-lovers on your list this year, The Home Depot has partnered with Quirky for unusual, off-beat and downright useful gifts. Skip the standard tie and socks this year; these affordable gadgets created by real people will make you go - Why didnt I think of that?
·Pivot Power Genius: Pivot Power Genius is an innovative and adjustable electrical power strip that holds large plugs (like computers, phones, vacuums, etc.) in every outlet. Finally every plug can fit, and the smart power strip supports Wi-Fi connectivity so that you can use your smartphone to control two outlets over Wi-Fi with its custom designed app. Never wonder if you turned off your power strip again?
·Wink Egg Minder: This app-enabled egg tray tracks the number of eggs you have stored, age of the oldest eggs on the tray and sends you notifications when you are running low. Check the tray while you're at the store on your smartphone you'll never be in a scramble for enough eggs again.
·Wink Nimbus Alarm Clock: Nimbus is a customizable dashboard that lets you track the most important parts of your life. Personalize each gauge through your smartphone to know what traffic on your commute looks like, the weather outside, email and calendar.
·Wink Spotter Sensor: Spotter lets you know what's going on at home - from anywhere. Monitor motion, sound light, temperature and humidity all from your smartphone. Use Spotter for everything from baby monitoring, intruder alerts, washer/dryer notification or perfect temperature for your wine cellar.
Question 3: What are a few gift ideas under $20 that will help you stay within your budget?
Find the perfect gift that promises to be a hit without breaking the bank.
Gifts for the Entertainer: Find gifts for the king or queen of the party that revolve around fun décor items and ideas.
oMartha Stewart Living Shatterproof Ornament Sets: Give your party host an ornament set they can use to make ornament garland, a quick centerpiece in a vase, or hang on the tree. Complete with glitter, matte and shiny ornaments, the pieces will coordinate with your entertainers existing décor. The shatterproof ornaments will put the host at ease with a house full of guests, children or pets.
oLive Goods: Poinsettias and Wreaths: Make sure your host is ready to welcome guests with a live poinsettia or a live wreath. Not only will their home smell like the holidays, you will give them something they can incorporate into their décor and enjoy for the full holiday season.
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