What kind of tool case would you use to carry and protect a cordless reciprocating saw?
To finish the week, here are a couple of reader questions that should spark some interesting discussions.
A reader has been having trouble with a brand new Dewalt sliding miter saw and wanted to see if other ToolGuyd readers have experienced the same. Do you have any advice to offer him?
What’s the difference between Dewalt’s two 20V brushless cordless framing nailers, and what does “Dual Speed” mean for users?
A reader wrote in asking about Panasonic’s new 18V impact wrench and whether it would be suitable for scaffolding work.
A reader asked for helping in selecting a new under-$100 random orbital sander. Our pick – the Bosch ROS20VSC. He’s open to additional recommendations, so please chime in!
Is now a good time to switch over from corded tools to cordless? We say yes. What do you think?
A reader asked for help in deciding between Milwaukee M12 drills and drivers for home and woodworking use. Do you think we made the best recommendation?
A reader asked for help in deciding between popular 12V hammer drills. Our pick: the Milwaukee M12 2408.
We were asked to put together a more detailed battery comparison, but unfortunately this isn’t something we will do. Here’s why.
A reader wrote in asking for woodworking router recommendations. We gave our thoughts and welcome you to do the same.
Which 18V/20V Max cordless impact wrench is best for lug nut removal? My pick would be Milwaukee M18 or IR 7150.
A reader is looking for lightweight framing hammer recommendations. Here are some of our picks, and please share yours!
A reader has asked for help choosing a bench grinder. Of the three models available at local retail stores, our vote goes for Craftsman. What are your thoughts?
A reader is looking for tool belt recommendations and could use your help!!
Can you help a Guyd out in answering this question?
Looking for a thin, compact and lightweight pocket-friendly utility knife? Look no further.
A reader recently asked us for help sourcing vintage tool logos, and since we didn’t have much luck with this, we’re turning to you for help. We’re not quire sure what format he’s looking for, but we’re assuming he’s looking for vinyl decals or something similar at the very least.