It's time for the top ten holiday gifts again. In this video, Matt Risinger, presents his annual holiday gift guide. Beginning with the cheapest item—Nite-Ize Gear Ties—a stocking stuffer. Coming in at $4 to $12 they are reusable rubber twist ties in a variety of colors. Second, is Klein Tools. For $13, there are 11-in-1 tools. Risinger keeps one in the door of the truck and another in a kitchen drawer and says he uses it daily. Third is a Steelie Car Mount Kit—just drop it on the magnetic dash mount and it's easy to see who's calling without looking down—a great hands-free device. Fourth, Amazon Basics External Battery Phone Charger that has two USB slots to charge two things at once. There are several out there, but this one was only $25. Fifth every builder needs a flashlight at all times. The Fenix E12 is $23 and features 130 lumens. It takes one AA battery. There is also a Fenix PD22 for $50 that is 500 lumens and is the same size as the E12. The last flashlight is the 4Sevens Maelstrom flashlight with 800 lumens for $90. It includes a strap and a micro USB charger, eliminating the need to worry about batteries. There are three knife options on the list. Starting at only $12 the SOG Key Knifed it's small, locks back, and it's easy to always carry. For $30 is a knife that's easy to slide into a pocket. It's a nice Kershaw Cryo knife with speed-safe technology that is very fast to open. The one Risinger indicates he keeps at all time is the Benchmade Mini-Barrage with a price tag of $120 locks open and locks closed. A FLIR One Thermal Imager comes in Apple and Android flavors for approximately $350. Used to find problems in houses using thermal imaging. It plugs into a phone so the phone can be used for video and camera functions with the IR camera.Next on the list is Yeti Rambler 20 & Colster that can be laser etched with a logo each for approximately $30. The Rambler keeps coffee hot for about two hours. There's always a need for a battery tester. The ZTS Multi-Mini mini version can be used with all different battery sizes and is very accurate compared with others on the market. Amazon has little $5 cases to store batteries that they sell as an add-on and that come in all of the different battery sizes. For flashlights and all gear used for long term, use a lithium battery. For high-drain products, a really good choice is Duracell Quantum alkaline batteries are the longest lasting.The last gift is the most expensive, the Nikon Monarch 7 binoculars at $450. This allows the user to see such things as the condition of a roof without getting onto a ladder and for hunters it's a great pair of optics. That wraps holiday gift selections for another year.