November 1, 2010

October 2010 Monthly Roundup for Tool Snob

Roundup.jpgThe wood is stacked, the leaves are down, the sweaters are up from the basement, and the cats are catching mice on an almost daily basis. It's fall.

October was good, but it felt really fast this year. We managed to muscle our way through a bunch of reviews and thankfully there were a lot of great tools that we looked at; from the Johnson digital level to the Masterforce Bandsaw (and we can't forget the fantastic Fein grinder with the bizarro switch system). But the tool of the month is going to have to go to go the Husqvarna 576 AutoTune Chainsaw because it's just so damn nice.

We're expecting to be busy in November with more reviews. There's a lot of good stuff piling up in the shop...

Tool of the Month

Air Tools

All Reviews

Benches, Stands, and Storage

Chainsaws

Clothing

Cordless

Distractions

Glues and Adhesives

Grinders

Guides

Hand Tools

Helpful Links

How-To

Lawn/Garden

Levels

Lithium-Ion

Magazines

Measuring & Marking

Metalworking and Welding

Monthly Roundup

Our House

Painting

Plumbing

Power Tool Accessories

Power Tools

Promotions

Safety

Tool News

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at November 1, 2010 6:07 AM

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