This Husky 22″ Rolling Tool Bag is a beast! I was fortunate enough to have Husky send it to me to try out, and I’m really in love with it. It’s a bit larger than I was anticipating, but the capacity it has to reduce several bags down to one is impressive.
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Are you sick and tired of trying to cut 3/8” bolts and ¼”x20’s with your lineman ‘s pliers or your side cutting pliers? It’s a pain in the butt to use a small handled tool with barely and fulcrum to cut these thick screws. And often times, you hurt your hand just trying to get through the bolt.
The hammer drill and impact set from Dewalt was one of the first tools I got to use as a part of the #THDproSpective program. I’ve traditionally been an 18v Makita guy for the past decade, so I was really excited to test out Dewalt’s 20v stuff. I took a poll recently on my electrician Facebook group, Electrical Wizardry, and found that the top 2 tool brands most electricians use are Milwaukee and Dewalt, so I knew that this was going to be good.
Over the past few years I’ve been noticing a lot of electricians, plumbers, and HVAC guys carrying around Milwaukee jobsite lights. When I was in New York at the #THDproSpective event Milwaukee had entire area blocked off for their lighting tools. No other tool company has the lighting technology game on lock down like Milwaukee does.