Not every homeowner needs one of these but having a 23-oz framing hammer in your toolbox shows you mean business. The Douglas tool has an innovative design that allows for a better handle to hammer interface and is light enough that you won’t end up with Popeye arms but sturdy […]
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Any DIY enthusiast should own a proper toolbelt. It’s an investment that will last you 20 years or more and the more they get the better they start looking and performing. It may take awhile to break-in a leather toolbelt but you’ll love the look and feel as opposed to […]
Our first round of holiday sales includes 10% off from Snap-On Tools [via] and 30%-60% off Hampton Bay fans and lighting fixtures through Home Depot.
So your power tool is running intermittently. One moment it’s working fine, just like it always did, and the next it’s completely dead. Click the trigger a few times and it’s running again. What in the world is going on? While there are many problems which can cause intermittent power […]
From the new site Toolmonger, comes a DIY for building your own dartboard surround that will protect your walls as well as provide you with that perfect “neighborhood bar” feel that only green felt can offer.
You may find this very stupid or rather brilliant, we feel it falls in the latter. Enjoy!
In January DeWALT debuted their 36V system of cordless power tools that promised increased levels of power and runtime, with similar or less weight than corded options. This line of 36V power tools consists of a heavy-duty hammerdrill, reciprocating saw, 7-1/4″circular saw, impact wrench, rotary hammer, jigsaw, and flashlight. These […]
There are times when your local big box or hardware store may not have the exact tool you are looking for. Whether the tools been discontinued or it’s a hard to find item we haven’t exhausted our search until we look on Craigslist or eBay. There’s a good chance you’ll […]
We’re all in agreement that retaining 10 digits is a top priority, but if you’ve done any wood working, you may have had some close calls. The SawStop promises to save fingers if they happen to make contact with a spinning blade. This safety feature is always on and could […]
If you’re like us the thought of using an adjustable wrench can be an exercise in frustration. If you’ve got a project that requires bolts of varying sizes then fugheddaboutit, your thumb will be sorer than a cross-country hitchhiker. Black & Decker has simplified this process by creating a powered […]
Epinions may be lacking for reviews of some products and many times we feel it’s more of a glorified shopping portal but when it comes to tools its hard to find a more comprehensive listing. You may not find the most up to date tools (check out toolspotting for the […]
Before you buy your next multi-tool check out some reviews of the most popular tools around. Multi-tool reviews [Backpackergeartest.org]
Making accurate cuts in wood can be difficult but also vital when measurements leave no room for error. Here are some tips to cutting once and right. Tips for Sawing Wood [Sawtips]
Women have long been involved in home renovation but they’ve always had to adapt to using tools that are made for the size and strength of men. The handles and heft of most tools have driven a number of entreprenurial DIY’ers to start their own companies that cater to the […]