When you’ve been using tools for over 40 years it’s not easy to pick 10 favorites, but Scott Wadsworth took a stab at it in this video. Wadsworth is not only a master craftsman, but a great story teller. He talks about the criteria for choosing his favorites – which include sentimental value based on who gave it to him. The value of a tool is important. Wadsworth defines value by how much money he can make with it as well as the pleasure he derives from using it. The quality of the tool plays into this list as does its replicability. One of the tools this list is a wood slick that was made in 1837. But it is not the most irreplaceable tool of them all.