Stanley is coming out with a new zombie-slaying, err… demolition and remodeling tool, the FuBar Demolition Bar.
The Nail Jack is a plier-like prying nail extraction tool that’s noticeably different than the nail pullers you may be used to.
Dewalt’s Side Strike chisel chops, cuts, slices, and can be pounded into wood with a hammer. And considering its $15 pricetag, what’s not to like?!
Channellock’s new #87 Rescue Tool is shorter, lighter, and still offers an array of heavy duty tools for firefighting and emergency situations.
Harry Epstein received a shipment of Vaughan factory seconds under the Grayvik label, and are holding a huge closeout sale. This includes hammers, pry bars, nail pullers and hatchets, all made in the USA. Jori, a Harry Epstein representative said on a forum that she looked at most of the stuff and the finishes are really […]
Recently I heard accounts that made-in-Taiwan Estwing tools have been hitting the shelves at Home Depot. Worried that this indicated a shift in Estwing’s core USA-manufacturing ideals, I contacted them about this. Their response was very relieving:
Someone at Stanley though that they could pull a fast one on us, but oh no, we caught on! That’s right, they thought that they could just go ahead and improve the FatMax Functional Utility Bars (FuBars) by giving them a high visibility yellow powder coat without anyone noticing. But we did!
The Gerber Shard is a knife-less keychain-sized one-piece multi-tool.
Stanley’s FatMax Xtreme Fubar is their heavy duty multi-tasked pry bar. By now, most people are already familiar with these tools after seeing them at any home improvement or general goods store (e.g. Target), so I’ll skip the details. I just wanted to point out that it’s currently on sale for $24.31 with free shipping on orders […]