gadget News & Reviews

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Pepper Drill
Tool Blog
Chris   September 05, 2014   1   0  
Kitchen science wizard and gadget lover, Alton Brown, shows us why it is ok to mix kitchen tools and power tools. After realizing hand grinding large amounts of black pepper with a standard pepper mill is just too much work, he figures there must be a better way.
Review: Tape-Ease Tape Measure Accessory Hook
Chris   July 25, 2014   0   11  
A few months ago I wrote about a new product that promises to be “The Ultimate Measuring Tape Assistant”. At the time I really liked the idea behind the product—a better hook for your tape measure—but I questioned how accurate it could be. Tape-Ease offered to send me a couple so I could test them out for myself, and I was happy to take them up on their offer.
Making the 7xstool
Chris   February 12, 2013   1   2  
Think that just because you use a chainsaw to hand carve sculptures out of logs that your job is safe and irreplaceable? Think again. One robotic articulating arm with chainsaw attachment is gunning for your job.
Chris   January 03, 2013   1   0  
Nobody likes to do backbreaking work, but people love to play their video games; so why not combine the two and let a machine do the work for you while you sit back with your coffee and control it from afar?
Chris   June 01, 2012   0   0  
Nobody likes it when they go to use a tool only to find it covered in rust. This is especially an issue with cutting tools that are made with more carbon so they stay sharp longer. A product called GoldenRod wants to prevent your tools from the possibility of rust by using a bit of heat.
Get Blueprints On your iPad With PlanGrid
Chris   April 10, 2012   0   1  
You show up to work and start building, but little did you know that the day before there were people working behind the scenes changing the blueprints. Of course your work day started at 6AM, but you won't even know changes were made until the Suit calls you during your break just as he is starting his day.
Chris   January 06, 2011   0   0  
There is nothing worse then walking onto a jobsite early in the morning only to find that your tools are not where you left them. It is sad that things like this happen, but with the economy the way it is, theft is on the rise. We don't like to leave our tools on the jobsite overnight, but it is often not possible to take everything home every night; so we lock up what we can. Imagine how cool it would be if we could put a GPS tracker on all of our tools,...
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