Believe it or not, five days from now will mark ToolGuyd’s first anniversary! This past year has been very exciting, and we’re glad that you’re here to share the occasion with us. There will of course be several special posts to help commemorate the event. Top start off, here is a recap of the five most popular ToolGuyd posts since our launch last December.
Still one of my favorite tools, the PB Swiss Insider is compact and is the finest multibit driver that I have ever used. The bits are of exceptional quality, and if need be you can use load the driver’s cartridge with standard insert bits of your choosing.
Soon after the Leatherman Skeletool was released, we spotted images of a slightly stripped-down version, called the Freestyle. The Freestyle soon dropped off our radar and emerged several months later after being redesigned. The Freestyle is a bit too minimal in our opinion, but is an excellent tool for those that only need pliers and a knife in a pocket tool.
We’re not surprised that this is one of our top posts ever. The only thing better than a fighter plane is watching an incredible time lapse video of its construction.
Ryobi is the new kid on the block with its newly released auto hammer. We noticed striking similarities between it and the Craftsman Hammerhead, and so we compared the two tools. We found that the two tools are nearly identical, with the differences being the respective brand-specific battery systems, and Ryobi’s lower price.
If you haven’t already seen Josh’s incredibe hardware creations, you need to check them out. Now.
By far, our most popular section has been our DealGuyd category. We love searching for and posting about hot tool deals, and it is evident that you enjoy reading about them.
We’re eager to hear from you – which are YOUR favorite ToolGuyd posts of all time? Was it a particular deal find, tool review, or one of our off-topic editorials? C’mon, don’t be shy, let us know via a comment!