You wouldn’t think an electrician would use a roofing square, but I use them constantly. In construction, especially in wood environments, we cut wood constantly, so having a square around is always a good idea.
Category: Tool Reviews
I’m a huge nerd when it comes to socket sets, kind of like I was as a kid with Crayon sets. The bigger and more options, the better. Home Depot just sent me a 72-piece mechanic’s tool set and I couldn’t be more excited to break it out.
Ok now this is cool…a 120-volt CORDLESS DeWalt Miter Saw?? They’ve really been stepping up their game on the dual 60v FLEXVOLT technology, and seeing it in a portable miter-saw is impressive. Let’s take a look.
Full disclosure here, I’ve never used a router before. Ever. But since Home Depot sent me one to test out I’m going to try my hand at woodworking.
I currently have a Ridgid R4513 table saw that I use to build shelving with and today I get to compare it to the Makita 2705X1. Both of them are relatively similar in size and speed so let’s see how they compare in usability.
Holy crap Milwaukee just sent me this massive Tool Cabinet to test out, and I’m blown away at how cool it is! This thing can house so much, and with options for power it makes it an awesome addition to anyone’s shop.
I’ve gotten to use a lot more of Dremel’s tools lately, and most of what they offer are tools for the arts & crafts user. However they do have a few tools that the pro-user can benefit from, such as this Dremel 4000. Let’s take a look.
I’ve been getting to use a lot more Ryobi stuff over the past couple years, and I have to say they’ve definitely stepped up their game. I wouldn’t consider them a pro-grade option for tradesmen, but I have to admit - for literally anybody else these tools are providing a hell...
When this thing showed up I was blown away. I’ve soldered with a standard soldering iron before, but I’ve never seen a battery-powered soldering station before. Let’s crack it open and see how it does.
I’m a fan of a GOOD set of gloves to work with every day. The problem is that gloves start coming apart over time, and you have to continually buy new ones. Some are better than others though, so I’m always in search of a new “favorite.” Let’s see...