Tools Made In the USA

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SureCan Gas Can Review
Chris   October 02, 2015   0   5  
Let me tell you a little bit about the SureCan, the best gas can I have ever used. It is a gas can that doesn't leak and doesn’t spill, even when you are trying to use a heavy full gas can to fill a small chainsaw tank. But before I can do that, I need to give you a little back history on how the EPA outlawed the common gas can to cut down on lost gas through spilling and venting, only to create a different lost gas problem.
Mosely Infinity Level First Look
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Chris   April 23, 2015   3   0  
The problem with levels is that if you want to do the job right, you really need to have a level that fits the size of your project. For door installers this might be a 78” and a 32” level, and for cabinet installers this might be a 24” and a 48”. The Mosely Infinity Level wants to solve this problem with their modular system, where level sections can connect to form a level from 12” up to infinity.
Channellock Screwdrivers Made in the USA
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Chris   October 29, 2014   0   4  
Known for their high quality pliers, which have been made in America since 1886, Channellock has announced that they are coming out with a new line of high quality screwdrivers that meet the needs of professionals. Best of all, they too will be made in the USA and assembled in their Meadville, PA factory.
Minuteman Knife MM01K
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Chris   May 15, 2014   0   1  
I don't write about knives a whole lot, but I can't pass up on an opportunity to write about a USA made knife, where 25% of the profits go directly to charities that assist veterans and their families. The fact that it looks cool also helps.
CarbonLite carbon fiber wrench
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Chris   May 08, 2014   1   1  
When regular metal wrenches are too heavy for you, CarbonLite wrenches might be the answer. Made with 25+ individual layers of resin impregnated carbon fiber cloth, a set of 5 CarbonLite wrenches weighs in at only 6.7 oz.
Klein Tools Expands Its Insulated Tool Line
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Chris   April 17, 2014   1   1  
Klein Tools is expanding their insulated hand tools line with new electrician’s tools with “slimmer, sleeker profiles”, which have been certified by VDE in Germany.  These “made in the USA” tools feature a three-part insulation and have been tested to 10,000V and rated at 1,000V.
Measure Easier With The Tape-Ease Rubber Grip
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Chris   April 10, 2014   1   1  
Tape-Ease is a new product that wants to eliminate the problem of your tape measure coming unhooked when you are trying to measure the lengths of jobsite materials. It is a rubber grip that slips onto your existing tape measure and gives it more hooking power.
Studpop Magnetic Stud Finder
Chris   March 05, 2014   1   3  
Studpop is a new stud finder design that uses a magnet to locate the studs in your walls. Using magnets to find studs is nothing new, not only have I been using this method for years, but it is also my method of choice. Typical magnetic stud finders are not perfect though, but Studpop seems to have found the solution.
CordLatch Review: Never Accidently Unplug A Cord Again
Chris   December 12, 2013   0   6  
It might sound a bit crazy that drilling a hole into your power cord can actually make it better, but that is the idea behind the CordLatch. The CordLatch is a small accessory, that when attached to your cord, solves the problem of unwanted cord to cord unpluggings.
Little Sanding Sticks Solve Big Problems In Small Spaces
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Chris   November 14, 2013   0   1  
When working with small wooden projects or crafts, one of the hardest parts of completing your project is the final sanding. Getting into those nooks and crannies with regular sandpaper is not exactly easy. The Sanding Detailer is a product I recently discovered that is a stick sander that uses replaceable belts and is small enough to fit where other sanders cant.
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