November 3, 2008

October 2008 Monthly Round Up for Tool Snob

Roundup.jpgWe had a busy October here, particularly with all the oscillating tool mania going on. We tested out the new Dremel Multi-Max and the Bosch PS50, both of which we liked, but we're still considering whether or not the short battery run-time on the Bosch is a deal breaker or not. The corded Dremel, surprised us with its power and price (about $100), which is enough to make it October's Tool of the Month.

We also checked out some really nice Bosch jigsaw blades that we highly recommend, as well as a very nice storage system called the Lift-N-Lok. There was also the Crocodile Saw, but we're trying to forget about that one.

For November, we'll be looking at the new Rockwell Oscillating tool, Paslode's cordless framer, and a few other things that we'll keep under wraps for now.

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Benches, Stands, and Storage

Bits and Blades

Demolition Tools


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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 3, 2008 5:08 AM


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