October 1, 2008

September 2008 Monthly Round Up for Tool Snob

Roundup.jpgSeptember is done and we're still in the middle of projects that were slated for a July finish date. The grass isn't planted, the retaining wall is still falling down and the painting is looking like it might have to be postponed to next Spring. Oh well, at least the tree guy was here today so the woodshed is looking pretty good.

The September Tool of the Month is a hands-down, no-brainer, 'this is as easy as it gets,' Milwaukee Hackzall. Not only is this the coolest thing we looked at all month, it might be the best thing we've seen all year. It's an amazing little tool that has endless uses and we recommend it to anyone with a pulse. Read our review of it here.

Tool of the Month

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Air Tools

Benches, Stands, and Storage

Building Materials



Glues and Adhesives

Hand Tools




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Oscillating Tools


Power Tools


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Posted by Doug Mahoney at October 1, 2008 5:00 AM


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