Measure-It is adhesive-backed measuring tape; actual tape, which is helpful when you don’t have a third hand. Stick it to the wall and technically you’re 100% less likely to screw up the measurement. It features ruler marks including 16”-on-center marks for locating studs. When you’re finished it peels off leaving no marks or residue behind.
They call this tactical flashlight the Tiny Monster because it fits in your hand but blasts a blindingly bright 3800 lumens, making it ounce-for-ounce the smallest & most powerful light available. It offers variable brightness, Strobe Mode for emergencies, and an SOS Signal Mode. It’s also submersible to 2 meters.
The jobsite is a great place to kill your portable bluetooth speaker. When it dies, upgrade to Milwaukee Tools’ M12 Wireless Jobsite Speaker. It offers high quality sound with an integrated Bass Port plus it features rugged Overmold Construction and a metal speaker grate. Powered by all M12 REDLITHIUM batteries. Wireless range: 30 feet.
Bondic is not a SuperGlue or a Krazy Glue; it’s the world’s first plastic welder & it fixes all sorts of broken stuff. Bondic oozes from the stick and is moldable until you activate the hardener with the included UV light. It hardens fully in 4 seconds.
Improving on the original design, the all-new Skilsaw introduces the all-magnesium Sidewinder—featuring a lightweight and super-tough housing plus a 15 amp Dual-Field motor.
Best Made brand teamed up with H. Gerstner & Sons, makers of finely crafted wooden tool chests for the creation of a special edition of their classic 41D chest. The 41D is made of American cherry wood & features solid brass hardware & felt-lined compartments.
This folding LED worklight puts out a bright 800 lumens and features a sturdy, protective case with a carrying handle plus additional plug outlets for powering the other tools for your project.
For precision, one-pass cuts on the big diameter stuff like timbers, beams, & railroad ties, a standard circular saw just won’t do but German powertool wizards Festool created a saw that will do. The Sword Saw is a combination circular saw and chainsaw that offers a nearly 8-inch cutting depth, and a guide rail system that makes precision mitre cuts up to 60º.
We supposedly put a man on the moon over 40 years ago but amazingly it’s taken ’til exactly right now to figure out the old “where’s the end of the f#&king tape?” conundrum. Turns out the solution was pretty easy. They put stripes on it.