March 5, 2010

Milwaukee Announces New Line of Hand Tools


So where do you go after you completely dominate the 12-volt market? Hand tools, apparently. Milwaukee has just announced the first four tools in a new line of non-powered, non-voltage tools. And, as always with Milwaukee, they are geared for tradesman.

The first tools announced are two utility knives, a drywall keyhole saw, and a 11-in-1 screwdriver. Of these, the one that interests us the most is the 11-in-1. It seems that in the past few weeks there has been an explosion of the Klein 10-in-1 at the jobsite. All of a sudden, everyone's getting one (and telling everyone else to get one). So at least in our area, Milwaukee seems to be hitting the market at the right time.

For more information on these tools, check out Milwaukee's hand tool page here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at March 5, 2010 5:00 AM
Recent Comments

Looks very nice, however please remember the lefty's, for a couple of pennies more you can make that clip work on both sides!

Why is Spyderco brand of knives so popular? A wide assortment of both lefty and righty style knives or knives that can switched around!

Common Milwaukee, get those marketing people of out Brookfield and China, whoops Hong Kong

Posted by: OhioHead at March 5, 2010 6:35 PM

Looks like Klein has an 11-in-1 screwdriver as well, in a addition to their folding 10-in-1. Klein fanboys rejoice.

Posted by: Adam at March 5, 2010 11:34 AM
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