Stanley and Proto have discontinued their 16 oz Compo-Cast ball pein hammer.
After finally finding Stanley’s holiday tape measure deal, I noticed something different about them.
Milwaukee is moving to the new tape measure “reach” advertising spec that was quietly introduced by Stanley, Dewalt, and Craftsman brands.
We now know why Stanley Black & Decker is using “reach” terminology to describe their tape measures.
Are tape measure 2-packs for users like me who always misplace their favorite tapes, or users looking to try new brands?
Let’s take a fresh look at how Stanley Black & Decker is positioning all of their tool brands in 2019.
There’s a new Stanley LeverLock tape measure 4-pack promo deal.
Home Depot will soon be the exclusive online and in-store home improvement retailer for Stanley and FatMax tools.
Check out these itty bitty vacuum accessory nozzles!
Did you know that there’s a Stanley-branded 3D printer?
Who knew that modern and traditional layout tools would work so well with each other.
Here’s a good deal on the (regular? Stanley FatMax tape measure. There’s a 2x 25′ promo pack, and a 25′ + 16′ bundle.
Stanley FatMax has come out with a new “One Tape Fits All” long-lasting 25′ tape measure.
Did you know that something like this existed?
There are deals on Bostitch and Stanley FatMax rolling tool boxes.
Stanley’s got a new 2-level cantilever tools and parts organizer.
If you’ve never tried Stanley’s LeverLock tape measure, or you have and love it, you can snag it now for $3.99.
A Stanley hi-viz tape measure 4-pack is back for the holiday shopping season. It’s a great buy.
Grab a new tape plus a spare with this 2-for-1 Stanley FatMax tape measures promo pack.
Today only, there’s a deal on a Stanley 65pc homeowners tool kit. (Plus, a poor attempt at overselling it. Could you do better?)