In this video I explore the old tools that are in several drawers in an old workshop.
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Author: Asmr Vids
I love the card file cabinets. Keep those!
i’m always looking forward your new works :-))
That drill bit that is adjustable to various different sizes actually goes in a brace and bit, which is a drill that you use manually 🙂
the ‘regular drill bit’ in the hole saw draw is actually the attachment that goes with the hole saw bits. you but that bit into the chuck of the drill and then slot the holesaw attachment over it, its like a pilot bit for the centre of the hole 🙂
The sound of the wind(?) at 6:40 sounded nice to me. – w –
Please do more videos like this one
Love this video so much! From the start with the birds in the bgd, the drawers, the old fonts on the little boxes …I could go on. What a nice tribute to him. Thanks for this. Really hope you make a series of these.
Ive watched a lot of asmr vids but this is the best, i tingle all the way thru ! The place where the square is to small is a 1/4 drive but a 3/8 socket, the adjustable bit was common when i was a kid including the funny end on the bit that was made for the brace, a hand powered drill of yesteryear !
I think we all want to see more of that collection. Thank you very much, great vids!
You have to do another one like this
Haha. you know he works with computers when he referred to a socket extention as a adapter.
looks like tools that my skool had “old skool” :p
Oh wow my g’dad had a cabinet just like that to organise he’s tools! 🙂
That’s an AMAZING collection!! Please do show more 🙂
its your job ?
I really enjoyed this one. Very relaxing and very interesting as well. Keep going please! 🙂
More of these !!!
Are you left handed? You have the pencil callous on your left ring finger 😮
Part 2 I have hope still…. You did change the title to this vid! Haha
Love this! So relaxing 🙂 The birds, the dogs, the wind… I could almost smell the iron tools. It reminded me a lot of my grandpa, who had lots os tools like those. Thank you!