Who knew that the Milwaukee M18 Rocket Tower LED worklight could serve as a futuristic earthquake sensor prop? Read More
If you’ve watched the new Avengers Endgame teaser, what do you think of Nebula’s pliers? Read More
Cool, even superheroes like Bosch tools. Read More
A reader asked about a toolbox shown in Dexter, and we were able to find a quick ID! It’s a Stanley mobile multi-level combo. Read More
So what kind of tools does Tony Stark go for? For starters, it appears he has a thing for Snap-on. With deep pockets like his, that’s to be expected. A Ridgid pipe wrench makes an appearance, and at one point he mentions Bridgeport by name. Here’s a list of what I spotted thus far along with a […]
By now, you probably know that we love random tool sightings, especially those in movies. About two weeks ago we went to see Inception. At one point in the movie, a main character uses a Dremel Stylus to carve away at her “totem.” There were a few other tools on the table, including what looked […]
The other day my mother remarked that Leatherman tools are heavily mentioned in The Ark, by Boyd Morisson. I have to say, this was extremely unexpected. Not that Leatherman multitools were featured in the book, but because my mother new what a Leatherman was. Kudos and thanks to her for the tool sighting, and kudos […]
I just watched one of Old Spice’s new amusing/patronizing/strange commercials, and spotted a brief Dewalt cameo. The actor uses the Dewalt 28V cordless circular saw as a prop, walking and cutting with it. Cool. Watch the commercial I can’t tell whether the saw is Dewalt’s 28V or 36V version. What do you guys think?
In Iron Man 2, there is a scene where Tony Stark wields a rather large pipe wrench to turn a valve. If you’ve watched the movie, did you catch the tool’s brand? It was a Ridgid branded aluminum pipe wrench.
I thought you might enjoy this image of pliers floating in the sky in England. It looks like a Google streetview driver briefly left pliers on top of his camera while mapping a neighborhood. Check out the blunder here, or via the story on Geekologie. Oh, and please feel free to share any clever captions you come […]
I was doing some online shopping when I came across a flash advertisement for Brother printers that featured what looks to be a pair of Channellock disagonal pliers. Cool. I whipped out a pair of Channellock cutters, and compared the two, finding that the cutters in the ad were most definitely modeled after the Channellocks.
Almost every time I pass a work zone or construction area, I try to take a peek at the tools being used. During my trip to London last July, I caught glimpse of a few city workers preparing to do minor work on a foot bridge. During this sighting, I spotted a [very well used] Dewalt cordless […]