June 2010 Monthly Roundup for Tool Snob
It was an extremely good month here at Tool Snob. We reviewed some nice items (including a very cool soap, of all things), saw the release of Bosch's new freaky-deaky miter saw, made the trip to Baltimore for DeWalt's unveiling of their new 12-volt line, and in the process settled the Bosch Vs. DeWalt question once and for all.
Picking a Tool of the Month is tough this time around. We really liked the Paslode Positive Placement Nailer, and the Bosch PS31-2A is a perfect combination of size and power, but the winner has to be the old Derby and Ball scythe we found tucked in the back of the shed in our hour of need. We've used it a few times since we wrote the review and we just like the thing more and more. Our experience with it was a nice reminder that all of the technology and advanced doo-dads are only going to get you so far.
There's a lot coming this upcoming month that's looking promising. Make sure to check back early next week for a very cool contest we're going to be launching.
Tool of the Month
Measuring & Marking
Power Tool Accessories
Repair and Service
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at July 1, 2010 4:55 AM