There have been a lot of marital arguments surrounding the fishing industry. Yes, some because of how much time some of us spend fishing. The unspoken side of it involves the number of kitchen and household tools that find their way to the boat. With Gerber Processor Fishing Shears, your wife may be able to breathe […]
The Ryobi P795 joins the recent lineup of Ryobi 18V Hybrid LED lights to hit the shelves over the past several years. So what’s different about this model than the original hybrid LED light from Ryobi other than the frame style? It’s all in the name – Ryobi 18V One+ Hybrid Color Range Work Light. […]
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We’re coming up on the end of the stable of shop vacuums we’ve had the opportunity to look at from our Best Wet/Dry Vac Buying Guide, and we saved the HEPA filtering model for almost last. The Vacmaster 8-Gallon HEPA Wet/Dry Vac moves toward the more industrial side of things with its HEPA filtering and […]
If you’re thinking this Makita SDS-Max rotary hammer looks a lot like the cordless AWS SDS-Max model with a cord, you’re not far off. In fact, the HR4013C is the exact model Makita used as a foundation for the cordless version. While there are some small differences in the placement of a couple of things […]
It always seemed to me that the art of product reviewing was in giving the item under review a fair shake in relation to the price. Have you ever read a review and thought that the reviewer expected sports car performance out of a budget vehicle, for example? You just can’t ask a product to be […]
The Greenworks 82V Hedge Trimmer is part of what Greenworks calls their “commercial” line of battery-powered OPE. It’s certainly debatable whether battery power will ever supplant gas engines, regions like Europe and states like California aren’t holding back. While I’d love to have some well-reasoned, open-minded discussion of the future of gas and battery power over […]
Portable generators come in a variety of flavors, from camping-sized 1800-watt models to 10,000-watt monsters that power an entire job site. The 5000-watt power class works well for powering just about anything on the job site, and it can power most of your larger household appliances if a storm knocks out your power. While there […]
The Milwaukee Hole Dozer with Carbide Teeth is next up on our look at Milwaukee’s carbide expansion. The Hole Dozer name isn’t new to Milwaukee and this expands on the bi-metal line that’s been around for several years. Carbide isn’t new to hole saws, either. Several brands have wood-cutting hole saws with 3 or 4 […]
The Hitachi C12RSH2 comes with some street cred, and some big shoes to fill. It’s the second iteration of Hitachi’s cult classic C12RSH that has since been discontinued. When Hitachi originally designed the original C12RSH, they gained a loyal following of woodworkers by offering forward-thinking features. Fine adjustment knobs for both bevel and miter settings, […]
We recently took 26 corded and cordless oscillating multitool models and put them against each other to see what would happen. If you’re curious about how it all turned out, check out the full review of our Oscillating Multitool Shootout. As is the tradition around here, we’re taking a look at each of our individual […]
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