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Wheels For Your Knees
Chris   March 06, 2009   0   1  
If you spend your days moving around on the floor, then you know what a toll it takes on your knees. The problem isn't so much that you are on your knees all day, but that you have to get up and down to move around or crawl on all fours. I have found 3 possible solutions that aim to solve the problems of moving around on the floor, and they range in price from $55 - $150.
Chris   February 27, 2009   0   0  
I am always on the lookout for cool tools, and The Gutster is definitely one of them. As you can see from the title, it is a demolition bar. I am not in the destruction business myself, but seeing what this tool can do sure makes it look like a lot of fun. A few key features of The Gutster are: a long handle that will keep you standing upright, a wedged shaped tip that allows you to get under all those pesky boards, a forked tip that allows you to twist...
Chris   February 24, 2009   0   0  
Most of the newer cordless drivers come with LEDs that help you to light the way. Thank you to Makita for making lights in tools popular. But what if you have an older tool that doesn't have a light, or you need light for you hand drivers. The UFO Tool & Flash Light could be your answer. It is a small disk light that can be slipped onto your screwdrivers, bit extensions, Allen wrenches, etc. A turn of the disk powers on three wide beam LEDs, and a magnetic back makes it easy to store...
Chris   February 20, 2009   0   0  
Do you ever find it hard to get your layouts exactly in the right place down to the 64th of an inch. Or maybe you are having trouble marking 47.5 degrees. If you are having problems with your layouts, you might be in need of one or more of these super cool rules from Incra. They are precision made stainless steel rules with micro-fine holes for making highly accurate marks or lines. Simply find the correct hole or slot for the measurement you are looking for, and mark away. The holes are...
Chris   January 22, 2009   0   0  
You don't have to worry about ruining your expensive tool belt pockets anymore with the FastCap foldable chisels. They work very much like a butterfly knife, where the blade is stored safely away in the handle of the tool until it is needed. This feature also keeps the blade from impacting other tools, therefore keeping the blade sharper longer. Sure most chisels you buy come with some type of blade guard, but how long does it take before those are lost. Plus having a built in guard is much cooler. The new Pocket Chisel is...
Chris   January 13, 2009   0   0  
One problem that all tool users face is having too many tools. This is something you probably don't want to admit, but it is true. While having every tool makes some tasks easier; at the same time, having to carry and store all the tools can make things harder. That is why it is always great to have some tools that can do more then one job. But as the old saying goes jack of all trades, master of none. So choose your multi tools carefully. The CT-15 is the latest gadget form Bridge City Tool Works. It...
Chris   January 13, 2009   0   0  
iRobot showcased their newly improved version 2 of the Looj at CES 09. The Looj is simply a remote controlled gutter cleaning tank that allows you to clean your gutters without having to move your ladder every 5 feet. Which is not only a pain, but can also be dangerous. This new version addresses some of the issues that plagued the previous version. Some of the new features are: a longer flexible auger that should prevent the Looj from flipping itself over, a faster reverse speed, and a tool free battery door. All of which were common problems,...
Chris   January 09, 2009   0   0  
Veto Pro Pac makes high quality contractor hand tool bags. I have never used one myself, but if you read any of the discussions about them on the Internet, you can see what all the fuss is about. So it seems logical that they expand their line of tool bags to try and fill any void. The LT-XL laptop bag is very similar to the XL closed top bag, with a few differences. One being that it can hold a laptop... how obvious. It also has a few other pockets to fit things like...
The Ultimate Job Site Trailer
Chris   December 29, 2008   0   1  
Do you need a trailer that you can just pull up to the job site and get right to work without having to unload all your tools. The problem with most trailers is the limited access to your tools. If you need something in the back, you have to unload everything in front of it.
Chris   December 16, 2008   0   0  
Rope is one of the greatest inventions of all time, and also one of the oldest. It is used for everything from sail boats, securing loads, or even for tying your shoes. If you ever watch survival shows like Man vs Wild, you can see how important rope can be if you are alone in the wilderness. A little bit of rope can make all the difference. Survival Straps knows how important rope can be, and they have made it easy for anyone to carry rope around everyday. A specially woven bracelet made of 550 lb. paracord can...
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