How good is your bead of caulk? If it’s rippled and lumpy, you should get some help. Milwaukee’s family of 18V cordless tools now includes a caulking gun that pumps out flawless money shots with 950lbs of force. The tool also has an anti-drip feature that keeps your dirty caulking jobs a little cleaner.
This saw is called the Trans4mer. Cool name, right? Imagine the delight of the poor bastard in marketing at Rockwell who spent months trying to figure out a catchy name for a cordless jigsaw that converts to reciprocating saw, when he finally came up with this one. How many beers do you think the dude drank after dropping this bomb of a name on the product managers? The answer is many. And if you don’t know what a reciprocating saw is, you don’t need one yet.
To the fossil fuel addicted, an electric chainsaw is viewed with the same disdain as your hybrid. But Oregon brand power tools are trying to change that. Their Lithium battery-powered 40V Max chainsaw will chew right through heavy-duty timber. It’s got a push button start and a built-in self-sharpener. Powerful, easy to use, and no stinking smoke.
We’re all for the ultralight approach to outdoor adventure. Packing light helps keep you focused on the action, but there is such a thing as packing too light. Like, if you’re being stalked by a rogue mountain lion and all you’re carrying is a goo shot and a rape whistle, you’re bumming. But, if you’ve got this featherweight titanium-coated knife in your fannypack, you might just make it back home to tell the tale.
This professional grade 8-pound demolition hammer is designed to take down walls. The pointed end will handle Sheetrock, concrete and tile lickety-split. The 36-inch fiberglass handle is lighter and safer than wood and features non-slip TPE padding to reduce hand fatigue while you’re smashing shit apart.
Like oversized Legos, these new modular toolboxes from Bosch just click together. If you want to construct a little blue truck or bridge out of them, feel free, but they’re really made for keeping your tools organized. Lockable, easy to carry, and smash-proof.
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.