Electricians are no stranger to using various methods to cut conduit and tubing. Most of the time we use a sawzall or a bandsaw to cut hard conduit, and a ratcheting pvc cutter for pvc conduit. Many of us have a sly trick up our sleeve when it comes to those “tight” instances where you can’t fit any of these tools in a confined space – introducing the Husky Quick-Release Tube Cutter.
Check out some of the tools we’ve reviewed ranging from hand-tools, testers, power tools, bags, and much more!
TOOL REVIEW – MILWAUKEE 6 in. 7 TPI Torch Carbide Teeth Metal Cutting SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw Blade
I’ve been a long-time user of carbide reciprocating-saw blades as I do a lot of metal cutting. Electricians rely on good carbide blades when cutting EMT, IMC, and Rigid Metal Conduit as well as Uni-strut and a whole host of other metal materials. How does THE TORCH stack up? Let’s take a look.
TOOL REVIEW – M18 FUEL 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless String Trimmer Kit With Edger, Hedge Trimmer, and Chain-Saw Attachment
I have used many gas-powered weed-eaters (string-trimmers) over the years. Most of them work on a oil-gas mixture, come with a couple attachments, and are very powerful and what they do. So how does a battery-powered model match up? Let’s take a look.
This is a cool little bag that gives you a lot of portability options with your tools. I am a huge fan of hard-cases for use in the electrical trade, especially for storage in your truck or van for “extra” tools. I use hard bags to keep things that I don’t use as often, but still use somewhat frequently; like large channel-locks, roto-splitter, speed-square, monkey-wrench, spare drill bits, hole-saws, crimpers, etc. Let’s see how this Husky tote stacks up.
The 16-inch Pro Mobile Office by Husky is a neat idea for keeping up with documents and some basic tools and equipment in your work-truck. It can be used to keep “glove-box-items,” flashlights, files, and many other things and is designed more for carrying office supplies, more than tools.