Hands-On: Kobalt Rolling Work Seat

My cheap and very uncomfortable rolling stool broke the other day, just as I was setting up to do some maintenance on the Jeep. Sigh. I’ve got some minor back issues so I kinda want a seat when working low. Getting old sucks! I went to the closest auto parts store about a mile away … Read more

Hands On: Daytona Three-Ton Floor Jack

Let’s face it, Harbor Freight Tools often gets a bad rap. But anyone buying a $20 torque wrench or a 50-piece socket set for $15 from the discount tools and equipment chain expecting top-quality may need to reconsider their perspective. Harbor Freight is well-known for being cheap in terms of product pricing and, oftentimes, cheap … Read more

Hands On: WORX Pegasus Work Table & Sawhorse

Three years ago today (seriously, not planned!), we published a quick overview of the . We didn’t own one at the time but thought it was cool, so we covered it. Recently, we purchased one of our own for a project we were working on and decided we’d dig-in and do a more complete hands-on … Read more

The New Dremel Lite Cordless Rotary Tool

We LOVE our Dremel tools. Seriously, we use them on just about every imaginable project where full-sized sanders, grinders, etc. are just too much. These little rotary tools can actually help turn people on to creating, even if they’ve never done so before. Not that we’re really “creators” but we do use-n-abuse our Dremel tools. … Read more

A Holster for Your Cordless Tools

A while back, when the wife and I were remodeling our house, I was hanging a new ceiling fan and dropped my cordless drill six-feet down onto a freshly refinished wood floor—the built-in belt clip on the drill slipped off of my jeans pocket. Needless to say, she created a few new names for me and required manual … Read more