Tool Reviews

RYOBI ONE+ONE Brushless Dual-Bevel 10" Sliding Miter Saw

Let’s be honest, as weekend warriors and DIYers, We need our tools to be ready for setup and teardown, since we might not have the permanent room in our garage/storage shed.

Husky 52" Tool Chest & Cabinet (Textured Black)

When it comes to tool storage, it is every shop owner’s dream to own a big heavy duty tool chest/cabinet. Unfortunately the majority of these tool boxes cost anywhere between $1,500 and $10,000, and so only 1% of the people actually end up getting one. Well, that is not the case anymore.

25pc Husky Black ¼” Gimbal Universal Socket Wrench Set

Final, I tool that makes getting into awkward places to undo bolts, nuts and screws, made versatile.

Husky 15" Tool Bag

A tool bag made with a very impressive tensile strength.

Milwaukee ONE-KEY Tick Tool/Equipment Tracker

No more losing tools on the job. Now theres a way to track your tools on your phone, where you go.

Milwaukee 25 ft Magnetic Tape

Nothing beats a measuring tape that actually makes your life easier.

DREMEL 4300 Rotary Tool

he Dremel 4300 is the first Dremel rotary tool to allow tool-less and collet-less accessory changes with the inclusion of the three-jaw chuck.

RYOBI ONE+ Brushless Hammer Drill

Lets Talk Drilling! Not all drills are created equally! There are speed, mode, and adjustment settings that are designed to make your life easier.

Husky 22" Connect Rolling System

As some of you already know, we’ve been busy tackling this home renovation. And I will say, there’s nothing more frustrating than knowing you have to make 10 trips back to your truck or workshop to carry the load of tools to accomplish the task.

RYOBI ONE+ Palm Router

A Palm router is probably the 3rd or 4th most used tool in my arsenal. Number one, two, and three would be the table saw, miter saw, and sander. And then comes the palm router. After all the cutting, the palm router with a round-over bit or a trim bit are my bits of choice on almost 80% of my projects.

RYOBI ONE+ Brushless Belt sander

When is comes to big jobs like re-doing your hardwood floors or your deck, the everyday random orbital sander is just too small for a job so tough.


Have you ever caught yourself empty handed in a situation where you couldn’t figure out how to cut, grind, or even sand a very tight and awkward section of a project? Well, I have a solution for you.

Dewalt 20V/60V Bluetooth Radio/ Charger

I’ve recently began a journey to remodel a home. Working 16 hrs a day on said home gets pretty lonesome and tedious after a while. So that’s why the DeWALT Bluetooth Radio/ Charger came in extra handy for me. chargers out there, but let me share with you why I like this  particular one.

Makita Track Saw

When it came to the track saw, there are at least 4 other big name tool companies out there that market a similar tool. I’ve demo-ed the Festool TS55 and it was amazing, so whatever tool I decided to go with would have to compete with the amazing experience I’ve already had. Below are 5 competitive points that the Makita Track Saw won me over by.

Evolution Chop Saw

Not all Cut-off/Chop saws are created equal. I’ve been using a basic chop saw from Harbor Freight with a Diablo abrasive wheel and I must say, that thing does not pick up its slack.

BOSTITCH 2.5 Gal Air Compressor

As a Do-It-Yourself-er, I need an air compressor for the brad nailer, staplers, and nail guns. I previously owned an upright 12 Gallon Craftsman, which served me great. The only reason I got rid of it was because it was an awkward in-between size.