Don’t get your tool confused with the junk and other stuff cluttering your workbench. If you want to get the job done fast & easy, just hang your tool out where it’s easy to find. These ½” magnetic dots stick to the wall and they’re strong enough to hold a half-pound tool. If you want to hang up something bigger, add more dots.
Nobody wants to waste a perfectly good summer weekend half-assing their home improvement projects. This boss 18-volt cordless hammer drill from Bosch is lightweight, but heavy-duty. You’ll have no more half-sunk screws and almost-drilled holes. This thing digs in deep & gets ‘er done.
When you hear “wrecking bar” you probably think back to that night in Vegas when shit got out of hand. This wrecking bar is for a different type of demolition. It’s a Nail puller, tile ripper, chisel smash, board straightener and demo axe for chopping through walls. And when the dust settles, a bottle opener. Do some damage.
On a hot summer day, the last thing you want to happen with your wheelbarrow full of steaming manure is to lose a grip and dump it out halfway to your destination. Talk about losing your shit! The sturdy steel loop handles on this 6-cubic foot hauler make all the difference. They help you keep a grip from portage to pour-out, no bull.
This ‘Stud Squared’ isn’t a two-man stripper-gram. Sorry ladies. It’s an advanced tape measure/multi-tool working like a regular 25-foot tape, except it has a square attached for better measuring, marking & framing. Let’s you do the work of two men. She might like that.
Whether you gotta drill, drive or just shed some light on the situation, this 12-volt cordless tool kit from Makita will do the dirty work. Powered by long-lasting Lithium-Ion batteries, the lightweight & powerful drill, impact wrench and flashlight go anywhere and everywhere to silence a wide range of household hiccups.
We have to admit, any product whose name starts with “Super Penetration” is likely to catch our eye. Unfortunately, in this case it’s just a shovel. But a damn fine one. This tool goes in deep. All steel construction and a tapered, pointed blade means this thing will dig right into dense, hardpacked and clayey soil. You can even keep the blade edge sharp with a file for well … super penetration.
Tricky name: the Crovel is a cross between a crowbar and a shovel. But the name is not the cleverest thing about this heavy-duty multi-tool. The crowbar end has a hammer face for persuasion and the handle is wrapped in paracord giving you 15’ of multipurpose line to help get you out of sticky situations. The shovel end features a serrated blade for hacking apart brush. Perfect for the off-road explorer.
Though you probably prefer the type of lube that’s cherry flavored or heats up, WD-40 is what you need for all the lube-jobs outside your bedroom. If you need to silence a squeak or loosen a rusty bolt, buy the can with the military artwork, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to military charities.
Do you bring a toolbox with you on trips? No, you don’t. But, if you’ve got an ultra-slim, featherweight titanium multi-tool like this, you should be covered. It’s got a trigger-lock adjustable wrench, titanium-coated blade, hexdrivers, bottle opener and wire strippers. The blade is also removable for clearing airport security.