Brushless motors will hit their stride this year and expect to see more manufacturers introducing and promoting this technology in power tools
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This past weekend we had the absolute joy of attending the Third Annual Ohio Tool Racing Championships in Columbus, Ohio, and we could not have been more impressed. Run out of the Columbus Idea Foundry, the concept is that people race modified power tools down a wooden track for the […]
We just reviewed the Dremel Multi-Max oscillating tool and fortunately we also had a full-set of Bosch oscillating multi-tool attachments to test it with as the Dremel was scarce on included attachments. Bosch has their own line of 12V oscillating tools and an entire lineup of cutting, sanding and scraping […]
Bosch has an update to their compact impact driver with this 12V Max Lithium Ion Impact Driver (Model PS41-2A). It delivers more torque and higher RPM than the previous model but weights .2 lbs less at 2lbs. We like the improved form factor of the blunt casing as opposed to […]
A friend who is an avid DIY enthusiast, recently shared his love for his new oscillating power tool. He has the Fein Multi-Master which I had the opportunity to test at the International Builders’ Show a few weeks ago. It’s really been the only player on the market for some […]
So you need a drill, jigsaw or sander, but you’ve only bought hand tools and you typically avoid the power tools aisle. Well, you’re probably thinking: Where do I start? Doug Mahoney of the great blog Toolsnob helped us compile a quick and easy guide to help anyone buying power […]
A couple weeks ago we won a Bosch PS20-2A from a giveaway by HomeFixated. It’s an awesome little drill and perfect for around the home. Wired recently did a round-up of mini-drills and included the slightly bigger brother of our Bosch, the Bosch PS30-2A. They declared it their winner and […]
+ Klenk Ratcheting Screwdriver + Milwaukee Battery Tool Charger: AC home and DC auto + DAP Pro Caulker + Router Bit Storage Options + Win a Bosch PS20
Usually when your favorite drill, saw, or other power tool breaks it ends up being cheaper to just buy a new tool but with some manufacturers they just don’t make them like they used too. You can now head over to ereplacementparts.com which sell power tool parts for most major brands including Bosch, Skil, Porter Cable, Dewalt, and Makita.
David at ereplacementparts.com has provided a great how-to for replacing a damaged power tool cord.