Beta Tools has come out with a new folding workbench.
New Beta Portable and Mobile Tool Trolley
Beta Tools has come out with a new tool trolley that combines quick and easy tool access with space-saving portability.
Beta LED Work Light Review
We reviewed Beta’s ultra-bright and super-thin LED work light.
Beta BetaGrip Screwdriver Review
We tested Beta’s excellent BetaGrip screwdrivers.
Beta Tools Bit Ratchet Set Review
We tested Beta’s teeny tiny – but very practical and useful – 27-piece mini bit ratchet set.
Beta Tools are Coming Back to the USA
Beta tools are coming back to the USA, and you can expect to see plenty of reviews here in the near future!
Wire Strippers and Combo Electrical Tools
Curious to see which wire strippers I use and love? Here’s what I have and what I think about them.
Beta Tool Sale/Price Drops at Amazon
Quite a few Beta hand tools dropped in price recently, making this a good time to pick up a few items.
Am I Missing Something? $1200 for Drill Bit Set?!
This Beta 91 piece cobalt drill bit set costs a whopping $1213. Twelve hundred dollars for 91 twist drill bits! A quick check of a few industrial suppliers shows that a top-quality 115pc cobalt set can be found for around $800 or so. The average price for each Beta bit is as least DOUBLE that of […]
Beta Engineers Hammer Hands-on Review
As part of my shop rebuild, I have been researching and buying several new hand tools for quick use, like my go-to screwdrivers. These tools are intended to be hung on a pegboard for easy access and will be used to perform a variety of tasks, quickly and efficiently. My latest tool acquisition is a Beta shop hammer. […]
Amazon, PB Swiss, and Beta Tools on Sale!
About two weeks ago, we talked a bit about Amazon’s PB Swiss and Wiha sales? Of course we took advantage of these sales ourselves! Above is one of Jeff’s recent purchases of 2 screwdrivers, 2 cold chisels, and 7 punches. Total cost – $14.
Beta Tools Now Available via Small Parts & Amazon!!
As promised a few weeks ago, Small Parts is now selling Beta tools! You can purchase these fine Italian-made tools from Small Parts’ website, or their shop on Amazon (which we find easier to navigate). I am VERY excited about this – can you tell? Oh, and if any one reading this should win the lottery, my birthday’s coming up (not […]