A dremel and a jigsaw are the tools I loathe and use the least out of my crew of tools. I usually always tried to do things cheaper at first in various ways until I got what I needed to do the job. I guess it seems like a waste, but I got to learn different tools on my way up. I got so many different sharpening jigs, stones, diamond plates, grinder and a belt sander, that I could've bought a Tormek with the same money -- or all the different hollowing stuff, I could've bought a Powermatic lathe or a heavy duty drill press. Oh well, whatever keeps your interest. You never know what's going to be super useful, a Harbor Freight complete surprise, or a dud. It keeps the woodworking bug up. Whatever you don't like, you can pass on to others for less the price and vice versa. I can walk into a Home Depot or Lowes and feel nauseated, like nothing there does it for me.
Last edited by Thorn495; 02-14-2016 at 12:51 AM.