May 3, 2010

April 2010 Monthly Roundup for Tool Snob

Roundup.jpgThe weather is finally turning and the to-do list seems to be growing at an exponential rate. Along with finishing up the standard spring items, we're starting to get into the organizational phase of the summer projects (ordering windows, checking scheduling and finances, talking to plumbers and electricians, etc.), generally getting the ducks in a row for a productive season of around the house activity. In addition to all this, we've been keeping up with the site and this past month, we managed to get our hands on quite a few new tools.

While there were a lot of good contenders for the Tool of the Month, the Ridgid JobMax is by far the top of the heap. It's practical, functional, and it's saves a ton of space. Check out our review here. Honorable mentions go to the uber-powerful Bosch PS21 and the multi-talented Rockwell H3 Hammerdrill.

There is going to be another load of reviews this coming month as well as some give-aways, so keep your eyes peeled for those.

Tool of the Month

All Reviews

Benches, Stands, and Storage



Demolition Tools


Glues and Adhesives


Hand Tools




Measuring & Marking

Monthly Roundup

Oscillating Tools


Power Tool Accessories

Power Tools

Repair and Service

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at May 3, 2010 5:02 AM
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