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RIDGID OCTANE 18v Brushless One Handed Reciprocating Saw Review R86448

RIDGID OCTANE 18v Brushless One Handed Reciprocating Saw Review R86448

Professional OCTANE We see RIDGID on a lot of jobsites in our area and we expect to see much more of them with the release of the OCTANE line.  The OCTANE tools are a huge step up in performance and many seem to be built to a better standard.  The new RIDGID OCTANE 18v Brushless […]

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Metabo HPT G3612DA 36V Multi-Volt 4-1/2" Brushless Angle Grinder | Battery or AC

Metabo HPT G3612DA 36V Multi-Volt 4-1/2″ Brushless Angle Grinder | Battery or AC

Battery or AC Power The Metabo HPT G3612DA Mult Volt 4-1/2″ brushless angle grinder gives users what they have always wanted.  This grinder is very powerful and can give you that power in a corded form or allows you to attach a battery and leave the shop to complete work without a cord.  While the […]

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METABO HPT 36-Volt MultiVolt Cordless Brushless Reciprocating Saw Review CR36DAQ4M

METABO HPT 36-Volt MultiVolt Cordless Brushless Reciprocating Saw Review CR36DAQ4M

METABO HPT CR36DAQ4M Metabo HPT (formerly Hitachi Power Tools) now has the first cordless and corded solution for anyone looking for versatility in power sources.  MultiVolt batteries work on all the Metabo HPT 36-volt tools, but also works on all 18-volt Hitachi tools.  Metabo HPT batteries use 21700 cells and are 2P so they are not […]

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New Milwaukee M18 FUEL Super Sawzall Review | 2722-21HD

New Milwaukee M18 FUEL Super Sawzall Review | 2722-21HD

Super Demo Saw Milwaukee Tool’s NEW M18 Fuel Super Sawzall is called Super because it uses the new large frame brushless motor to back up the claim of being able to outperform 15-amp corded models reciprocating saws.  While the motor is a large part of the tool and the power, the new High Output 12.0 […]

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Hitachi CR18DBL Brushless 18 Volt LVH Reciprocating Saw Review

Hitachi CR18DBL Brushless 18 Volt LVH Reciprocating Saw Review

Low Vibration The Hitachi CR18DBL Brushless 18 Volt LVH Reciprocating Saw has a lot of features that the professional user will demand.  Vibration and comfort when using a reciprocating saw are very important to users and Hitachi has included a LVH (Low Vibration Handle).  This handle allows users to use the saw for long periods of […]

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Milwaukee M18 FUEL Hackzall Reciprocating Saw Review | 2719-20

Little Vibration! Milwaukee Tool upped their game on the M18 Hackzall by creating the new M18 FUEL Hackzall.  If you are not familiar with the Hackzall, it is a one-handed reciprocating saw lightly based off Milwaukee Tools Sawzall, but more compact.  The new FUEL Hackzall the first brushless, 18V one-handed recip saw on the market.  Milwaukee […]

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New Bosch Recip Saw with Bosch CORE18V 6.3 Ah Battery – GSA18V-125N

Core18v Power So we keep hearing about new battery and tools coming out from Bosch Power Tools that are optimized for the CORE18V battery technology.  Most of us have listened and wondered what separated the Bosch Power Tool battery platform from the other brands.  Well, a look inside the battery gives us a little light […]

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Milwaukee M18 FUEL ONE-KEY SAWZALL Review 2721-22

Sawzall It Right! The One-Key Sawzall offers some unique features to a Sawzall that will allow you to cut material faster, but also increase blade life.  In our testing, we took an experienced construction worker and placed them up against the One-Key Sawzall to see who would cut faster and longer.  Using standard metal blades, […]

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Bosch 18 Volt Reciprocating Saw Review- CRS180K

Cordless Reciprocating Saw In recent years cordless reciprocating saws have started to have the power of their corded relatives and they have been huge in the construction industry.  When looking at these types of saws, I evaluate ergonomics, power, vibration dampening, and battery life to see if the saw is up to the task of being […]

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