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41. Panasonic EY6432GQKW 15.6-Volt,
42. Black & Decker Double Action
$499.99
43. JET JWL-1236 / 708352 12" Variable
$79.99
44. Dremel 3956-02 Variable Speed
45. Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm
$62.99
46. Mr. Heater MH9B 9,000 BTU Portable
$199.99
47. Freud SD5088" Super Dado Set with
$99.99
48. Hamilton Beach 04163 TrueAir HEPA
$579.99
49. Delta 37-275X X5 6" Professional
$1,849.00
50. Delta 36-L31X-BC50 X5 3HP Left
51. Leatherman 67010103HWave
52. Grizzly G1029 2 H.P. Dust Collector
53. Grizzly G1182Z 6" x 47" Super
$225.00
54. Delta 14-651 Professional Bench
$24.99
55. Racor PBH-1R ProStor Hoist Monster
56. Austin Air Healthmate Junior Air
$149.99
57. Delta 50-155 Universal Miter Saw
$374.99
58. Bosch 3915 10" Slide Compound
59. Grizzly G1023S 10" Table Saw 3
$19.99
60. Dolce Coat Tree

41. Panasonic EY6432GQKW 15.6-Volt, 1/2" Cordless Hyperformance Drill with 2 NiMH Batteries
by Panasonic
Tools & Hardware
list price: $360.00 -- our price: $199.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009KDGX
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Impressively compact, lightweight, and comfortable to use, Panasonic's 15.6-volt drill/driver fits into tight spaces where other bulkier drills won't. The 3-1/2 amp NiMH batteries deliver remarkable run time per charge, which is a big plus, especially if you need a tool for continuous use. What about power? This Panasonic packs up to 390 inch-pounds of torque--as much (if not more) than anyone needs in a cordless tool. The motor's speed control allows full torque at any speed, so you can apply full torque while still maintaining control. The tool features dual speed ranges of 65 to 450 and 200 to 1,450 rpm. The 1/2-inch chuck takes bigger bits. The first thing you notice about this tool, however, is how compact it is (the chassis measures only 8-1/2 inches) and how comfortable it feels in your hand. The soft-pad grip provides extra cushion and the tool's balance is superb, two important features if you wield a cordless day in and day out. The tool lacks an onboard bit holder, but that's about all it lacks. The 3-1/2 amp batteries are ventilated, so they last longer, delivering up to 1,200 charges and recharges. This drill is a smart buy for plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and even woodworkers--in short, anyone who wants a small, compact drill that packs a lot of torque and is built to last. The package includes a 55-minute universal charger and hard-plastic carrying case. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

Features

  • Compact and lightweight for all-day use
  • Two 3.5 amp Ni-MH battery packs for longer run time
  • Delivers 390 in./lbs. of torque
  • 1/2-inch keyless chuck offers big-bit capacity
  • 55-minute charge saves time

Reviews (46)

2-0 out of 5 stars Unhappy with adjustable clutch
My last drill was a Makita 14.4v, and I stepped up to the Panasonic because of the great reviews, the small size and decent power, and most of all, because it uses the same battery as the metal cutting rotary saw that my company supplies...a great tool.I wish I could say the same of the drill. I am a commercial electrician and use a cordless everyday for screwing and cutting holes with "hole shooter" bits in metal framing. The Panasonic definitely has less power than my old Makita, and my biggest gripe is that the clutch setting always pops out of "drill" mode to the variabe settings for screwing. What a pain to constantly reset the thing from the top of a ladder with hands full, especially when I have the drill squeezed into a tight spot. I think if I was a carpenter and used it mainly for screwing it would be fine, but for an electrician a lockable setting on the clutch control like Makita makes is a must. Like others have said, it is also difficult to quickly re-chuck a bit on center without fumbling around with closing the chuck to just larger than the bit size before inserting the bit. For a professional dong production work, this is not a good option.

I look forward to trying a Panasonic again when they make some refinements to its design. In the mean time I am going to return this one and get another Makita or maybe try a refurbished Hitachi.

5-0 out of 5 stars the best thing that ever to the tradesmen
cut the cord and get a panasonic

5-0 out of 5 stars now if I could only get my construction job back!
I will not wax eloquent on the many features of this fine, fine tool, for many others have done so better than I. But just holding this drill will send chills down your spine. You will feel the connection to your forbears who, with mallet and handsaw, built this mighty nation; From failing hands thay pass the torch to you, dear friend.

Do not let them down. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cordless Tools    2. Combo Packs    3. (Volt)    4. (V)   


42. Black & Decker Double Action Dustbuster
by Black & Decker
Kitchen
list price: $29.99
Asin: B00005T40M
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Double Action DustBuster cordless vac offers all the extras of previous DustBusters, but with more oomph per feature. The exclusive Double Action DustBuster filter now lasts three times longer, the 13.6-ounce bowl holds 70 percent more dirt and debris, and the unit comes with a crevice tool for reaching into narrow spaces and an upholstery brush for gathering dirt and hair. The extra tools are stored conveniently onboard, making it a whole lot more difficult to lose them in the closet. Like DustBusters of the past, this one charges in a wall-mounted base for grab-and-go convenience. Your dirt won't stand a fighting chance. --Rivers Janssen ... Read more

Features

  • Onboard crevice tool and firm brush
  • Mountable recharging base
  • Extra-large, easy-empty bowl
  • Long-lasting filter
  • Exclusive filter lasts three times longer than previous filters
  • 13.6-ounce bowl holds 70 percent more dirt and debris
  • Charges in wall-mounted base for convenience
  • Crevice tool and upholstery brush included
  • Tools stored onboard for convenient use

Reviews (19)

1-0 out of 5 stars stinks
batteries.this is a great product killed by now having internal batteries.versapak version was great, but this "next generation" model just doesn't hack it.you can take my word on it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk, not made to last!
My Dustbuster lasted a whole two years, but the last year it would only work for 3-4 minutes before the charge ran out.I found myself running like a maniac to quickly clean up a mess before the battery ran down.It also has low suction, so heavier things like sand don't get sucked up completely.This is one of several Black & Decker appliances I have been dissappointed with in the last few years.From the product lifespan, to the lack of customer service - they aren't the same company my parents loved.My mother had one of the earliest dustbusters which lasted 10 years, and charged like a champ.Oh well.

Instead, I recommend the Euro-Pro shark.I have had one for a while now, and love it.It has a very long cord, it's lightweight, and it has enough suction to pick up small children and pets!It cost a little more than the Black & Decker Dustbuster, and outperforms it completely.And if you can't rely on your hand vaccuum, then the price is irrelevant.

1-0 out of 5 stars It's *NOT* The Batteries...
I too owned this particular model, and by pure chance, so did my neighbour.Mine stopped working after 6 months, in which I followed the directions and kept the unit clean.My neighbour's stopped working after 8 months.Instead of throwing them away, (there were no service centres nearby, and B&D's shipping charges were insane) I took my tester out to see where the trouble might lie.Much to my surprise, there was no power reaching the charging base of the Dustbuster, so I immediately focused my attention on the charging unit.I separated the wires from the charging base and put the tester to work. Sure enough, there was no power coming out of the charger! The verdict?It wasn't the BATTERIES after all, it was a defective charger.(just like the other reviewer said).

I did some more research on this, and found that there were several Dustbusters made (maybe hundreds?) that seem to have had faulty chargers.Why B&D never issued a national recall remains a mystery, but it makes perfect sense that maybe they didn't know about this issue?If they did, then they looked the other way, hoping that the problem wasn't too widespread. I remember the salesman at Sears saying that quite a few of these models came back for the exact same reason. (Dustbusters in Canada have a 2yr warranty) I think there was a quality control issue at their plant in China, and interestingly enough, the newer Dustbusters have a different charger on them.We shall see if this problem has been resolved, as I've just purchased another one (model CHV9600-see my review) and will take note of how long that one lasts me.My first Dustbuster purchased in 1990 lasted 8 years, and all models after that have given me trouble! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Vacuums    2. Black & Decker    3. (Black and Decker)    4. Vacuum Cleaners    5. Handheld Vacuums    6. Floor Care    7. Hand Vacs    8. (Vaccums)    9. (Vacumes)    10. (Vacums)    11. Cordless Tools    12. (Volt)    13. (V)   


43. JET JWL-1236 / 708352 12" Variable Speed Wood Lathe with Stand
Tools & Hardware
list price: $799.99 -- our price: $499.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006ANS3
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

To woodworkers who know the reputation of Jet products, the merit of this 12-inch variable-speed lathe should come as no surprise. Start with the guts of any tool, the motor. Prewired for 115 volts and fully encased in a metal housing for longer life, its 3/4-horses turn material at 500 to 3,000 rpm, depending on which of the six speeds you select. The cast-iron lathe bed, headstock, and tailstock provide superior vibration dampening and durability, while the heavy-gauge steel components and stand give rigid support. Pivoting 90 degrees for outboard turning of up to 16-1/2 inches on larger projects, the MT-2 headstock protects a Reeves drive pulley system with which we made quick and easy speed changes. Down on the other end, the hollow tailstock allows for longer hole bores and houses a live center, a luxury standard on all Jet lathes not found in much of the competition.

You'll love the versatility that comes with 34-1/2 inches between working centers and a 12-inch swing capability over the bed (8-3/4 inches over the tool-rest base). All adjustments, whether extending the ram its full 2-1/4 inches or sliding the 12-inch tool rest, move fluidly and clamp down tight with little effort. Designed for use over the long haul, this tool has all the qualities professional woodworkers demand. --Justin Paul ... Read more

Features

  • Pivoting headstock for outboard turning
  • 3/4 hp single phase motor
  • Six speed 550 to 3,000 RPM
  • 34-1/2-inch work distance between centers
  • Reeves drive plley system for quick speed changes

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great lathe for the money!
I have only had this lathe for a week.It went together easy and has worked flawlesly.I also got the Super Nova2 chuck which is a necessary accessory I believe.I have been turning 5" to 8" bowls so I have not had any vibration problems.I do plan to add some weight down the road for bigger bowls. I have not tried to turn a bowl with the headstock rotated 90 degrees but will try it soon.It will handle up to 16" they say.A great buy!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Fun
I bought this as my first lathe in 20 years. I never really got going before and was a little concerned. What a joy to use, no vibration, easy accessories and just plain fun. In addition to my wood shop I also have a metal shop and use those lathes quite a bit. No other piece of gear I have bought in the last 10 years has been this easy to set up and fun to be creative with. I went out to the woods and gathered some burls from dead fallen trees. This lathe handled those hard difficult pieces with no problem. I would definitely agree with one of the other reviewers that you want to work with sharp tools (this is of course true with all wood working tools. I highly recommend this lathe to anyone wanting to try out turning.

4-0 out of 5 stars Another Great tool form Jet
I purchased my Jet lathe when it went on sale at Woodworkers warehouse before they closed, And as many other have just for the fun of it I had no jobs line up for it at first but boy it was a great buy. As a starter on the lathe I cant not find one complant with this product. Do you have to weigh it down? well that is all on how much you are turning but when you have to place wood across the supports and toss what every you have that has weight on it. no problem. I have to say for the money Jet did Good on this one. (to any one who is thinking about turning, try it you wont be sorry ) As for your Turning Set besure to shop around the best price is not always the best package. I got my lathe with the Turning chisels and face sheild which in the long run ran me cheaper to get as a package. it may be cheaper for you as well. 4 stars being I got what I paid for. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Lathes    2. Stationary Lathes    3. (Laths)   


44. Dremel 3956-02 Variable Speed MultiPro Super Kit With 77-Piece Accessory Kit
by Dremel
Tools & Hardware
list price: $145.06 -- our price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006JSPB
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

While there are a number of rotary tools on the market made by a host of different manufacturers, the Dremel Moto Tool is the one they all strive to copy. Dremel's MultiPro variable-speed model is great for a huge range of projects, from home improvement tasks to hobbies and crafting. It has a continuously adjustable speed range from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm, which allows the user to effectively work with materials as soft as balsa wood and as hard as ceramics. The flexible shaft that comes with this model is great for working in tight spots many rotary tools can't touch. The kit also comes with an assortment of accessories and a handy carrying case. Others may copy it, but Dremel has been making rotary tools so long they've come close to perfecting the idea. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

Features

  • Variable speed, from 5,000 to 35,000 rpm
  • Quick-change collet
  • Flexible shaft attachment, 77 bits, and two clamps
  • 5-year warranty

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my dremel
After more than 10 years of heavy use (maybe abuse) my Dremel 395
finally died last night.I can't get a new one fast enough, but I thought I might take the chance get a newer model.Alot could have changed in ten years, but after reading the reviews of the newer 395D and 400 models it sounds they would never stand up to the way I use my Dremel.So I think I'll be getting another trusty 395.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Tool & Value
Wanted one of these since was a kid.Finally (at 40) bought one and cant figure how I used to do projects without one.Anyone considering the kit without the flex shaft should reconsider.The flex shaft makes this the most versatile tool I own.

4-0 out of 5 stars VERY VERSITILE....
I recieved this tool as a christmas gift in 2003. I make decorative boxes of all types and thought it would be handy for sanding tight radius, especially inside the box cavity. It does this duty extremely well, I am able to effectively remove all saw marks in those real tight area's and achieve a nicer finished product. What did surprise me was how many other task's I can use this little powerhouse for. I find myself using it for carving contours on the outside of the boxes a lot, with the variable speed you can maintain control easily, following the grain pattern, no matter how wild it may be. Then using one of the fine pointed stones, I can undercut the contour and polish it out, leaving a real head scratcher of a detail not usually found in decorative boxes. I use it to end cut drawer handles that are too small to chop with a saw, and to trim "keys" on mitered corners. Every time I am trying to think of a way to accomplish some wild (dumb?) way to accomplish something with wood I end up reaching for the dremel. With the flexi shaft, vari speed and "pencil" end it is so easy to control, that you can let your imagination get the best of you and still accomplish the finish you are looking for. Every one know's the common capabilities of this little tool, cutting, carving, sanding, grinding, etc, etc, but there are more.
I have had and used this tool for a year now and have had zero problems with it. I too wish I could find some finer sanding tubes, up to 220 would be nice, but I have made some using a worn out tube, 220 paper and super glue. Not a glamorous looking device but it works. When using the stones to polish wood they do clog up, just touch them to a rubber sanding wheel cleaner and they clean right up. I made blocks to hold all the differant attachments, and the case sits in one of the bins under my worktable. I am very happy with this tool and would recommend it to anyone for light, tight work. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Dremel    2. (Dremmel)    3. Rotary Tools   


45. Plug-In Carbon Monoxide Alarm
by Kidde Safety Products

list price: $54.99
Asin: B0000ESLHS
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Features

  • 110 volt, AC
  • Digital display
  • Peak level memory
  • Battery back-up
  • Retractable cord for wall mount or direct plug-in

46. Mr. Heater MH9B 9,000 BTU Portable Buddy Propane Heater
by Mr. Heater
Tools & Hardware
list price: $129.95 -- our price: $62.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005LEXI
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The lightweight and portable Mr. Heater MH9B propane heater is amust for anyone looking to stay warm in cold conditions. Designed foruse indoors or out, the MH9B heats up 200 square feet of spacequickly, safely, and efficiently. A spark-to-light ignition andautomatic low-oxygen shutoff system make the MH9B a safe alternative toother heaters. Use it in the garage or workshop, while camping, at thecabin, in the fish house, while hunting--anywhere you need to stay warm.Pack it in your car trunk for roadside emergencies, or fire it up as abackup heater on those cold nights when the power goes out in your home.Freestanding or wall mounted, this is one heater you'll feel confidentusing for years to come. --Carl Thress ... Read more

Features

  • Runs for up to six hours on one disposable propane cylinder
  • 4,000 or 9,000 BTU radiant propane heater
  • Low-oxygen shutoff system operates automatically
  • Designed for indoor/outdoor use
  • Uses the standard 1-pound disposable propane cylinder

Reviews (29)

4-0 out of 5 stars Little Heater is a Big help!
This heater has a small footprint and doesn't take up much space.It is working great in our garage as a supplement to our electric heater.It is nice and toasty up close to it, and it warms our 2 car garage up slowly to a decent level to do woodworking.It is perfect because my second electric heater was tripping the circuit breaker whenever I used power tools.

The only thing to remember is to keep it away from the sawdust!I like it so much, we're buying another one, so we can ditch the other electric heater.(I'm tired of tripping on cords!)

2-0 out of 5 stars Reply about Lack of filter ruined my heater.
When I pulled my heater out to use it the pilot wouldn't light. I diagnosed my problem to be the regulator, not the control valve. The guy's statement about using a trap (filter) for 20lb tanks is incorrect.If what he said was true why isn't there a trap (filter) on every gas grill, outdoor heater, and any other appliance that normally uses a propane tank other than the 1lb tank? The reason for the trap (filter) is when the gas supply is delivered by iron pipe. Initially the pipe has oil inside it due to the manufacturing process and to prevent it from rusting before it is put into use. The viscosity of the oil is heavy so the trap (filter) collects this oil and later any scale that may occur from the inside surface of the pipe. Without the trap (filter) the oil or particles of scale could end up in the control valve preventing it from operating properly. If you use copper lines or a rubber gas line there isn't any need for a trap(filter).

4-0 out of 5 stars About filters....
The mention of filters that I saw was a recommedation for a TRAP, not a filter, as it was called. It is common in professionally installed propane appliances to have a trap. I haven't ever seen a trap used on a portable appliance. The trap is essentially a pipe "T" with a short section of pipe going down, terminated by a cap. The other side of the "T" goes up to the appliance.The trap allows chunks of debris fall into it; it is in no way a filter. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Heaters    2. Camping Accessories   


47. Freud SD5088" Super Dado Set with Anti-Kickback Design
by Freud
Tools & Hardware
list price: $337.50 -- our price: $199.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004RK0P
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Freud's 8-inch Super Dado set produces some of the smoothest square-bottom grooves and rabbets possible. Stacked dado sets like this one are more accurate and reliable than wobble dados, which leave a rounded bottom in the groove and can cause splintering and chipping. Freud's Super Dado set is especially good at producing smooth, chip-free results in plywoods and veneers. It features Freud's unique kickback-reducing design for safe dadoing even when used in a radial-arm saw. The set includes two outside blades, six four-wing chippers, and a set of shims, and it stores in a handy protective case. It adjusts in 1/32-inch increments, and even finer increments using the included shims. This Freud set is among the best-manufactured and well-designed dado sets available. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

Features

  • Covered by Freud's limited lifetime warranty
  • Thick micrograin carbide tips
  • Kickback reducing design
  • Chip-free, flat-bottom cuts in plywood and laminates
  • Includes storage case and shim set

Reviews (123)

5-0 out of 5 stars Freud is top shelf in my book
Excellent tool with superb craftsmanship.Freud is top quality in my book.

3-0 out of 5 stars I recommend paying extra for better
I used to do all of my ratteting and dado cutting with various size straight/rabbet router bits and a homemade jig/guide fence system.I figured I'd bite the bullet and buy a dado blade.After doing some research and getting over the sticker shock of the average $200-$250 price range for most dado sets, I figured that I go for the SD208 for only $90.I figured that since it is from Freud, it can't be all that bad, no matter how much cheaper it is than the other models.Overall, I think the SD208 is a good buy COMPARED to all of the other dado sets and their prices of 2-3 times more than the SD208.More specifically, here are my thoughts:

POSITIVE:

1) The storage/carrying case is great.Durable plastic with an arbor-like post to mount the blades on.

2)Price.As I said, this blade is a comparatively good deal compared to other sets in the $200-$250 price range.

3)Shims are included.From what I've been told, some sets don't include shims.I can't verify that, but this set does indeed include shims.I believe there are 5-7 differenly sized shims.

NEGATIVES

1)My biggest gripe with this set is that the bottom of the cuts are far from being flat.Whether using the outerblades by themselves, or using them with different configurations of chippers, each cut bottom has multiple ridges/blade marks.

2)Shims aren't size labeled.Freud gives a great little chart showing what size chippers and shims are needed for differentcuts.However, the shims aren't labeled at all.They are merely blank circular cuts of metal.However, as any woodworker knows, you should always run your own test cuts for any job...so I'm in no way livid with Freud.It would just be a little nicety if they could label the shims.

As I said, I think the SD208 set is comparatively a great blade for its price, when viewd against other sets.However, I would recommend not skimping on price and upgraded to one of the higher-end Freuds or a Forrest set.

3-0 out of 5 stars Try to get it sharpened
I run a small woodworking shop and I purchased the Dial-A-Width Dado.I think it is a great dado, but it has a -12 degree grind on it.Every sharpening shop in Denver cannot sharpen it without buying an expensive computer program for their machines and they will not buy it unless they can make enough off the sharpening to pay for it.I called Freud about having them sharpen it and they said they are not in the sharpening business.Buyer beware. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Freud    2. (Frued)    3. Blades    4. Table Saw Blades    5. Dado    6. (Tablesaws)   


48. Hamilton Beach 04163 TrueAir HEPA Air Purifier with UV Germicidal Light
by Hamilton Beach
Kitchen
list price: $220.00 -- our price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000050AOV
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Equipped with a UV germicidal light to help kill airborne microorganisms and a three-speed fan to continuously circulate air through two filters, this portable air purifier removes smoke, pollen, dust, animal dander, dust mites, molds, bacteria, viruses, and odors. Helpful for asthmatics, allergy sufferers, and cold/flu patients, the purifier contains a true HEPA filter that is at least 99.97 percent effective at trapping tiny particles; a prefilter reduces odors. A digital readout displays air quality (good, fair, or poor), and the fan can be set to automatically adjust speed according to air-quality needs. Digital indicators show when filters need replacing. The purifier measures 19-1/2 by 14 by 8-1/4 inches and is recommended for rooms up to 350 square feet. Filter replacement is simple: open front, remove prefilter and/or HEPA filter, position new filter(s), and close. The purifier carries a three-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 3-year warranty against defects; 19-1/2 by 14 by 8-1/4 inches
  • Recommended for closed room up to 350 square feet
  • UV germicidal light helps kill bacteria, viruses, and mold
  • True HEPA filter at least 99.97-percent effective; prefilter also reduces odors
  • Digitally displays air quality; three fan speeds or automatic adjustment

Reviews (63)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great purifier
I got in on this unit when it was 99.99.I deliberately chose a 350 sq ft model for my small room so i could leave it on whisper.The model gives off a somewhat loud fan noise.It isn't that quiet, but it's considered WHITE noise.I am a very light whisper (I wake up when my phone is on vibrate) and I sleep even better with it on as it blocks other noises.As for it's purifying ability, it's great.I have asthma and when i went home during the weekends, my asthma used to always act up during the night.ALL WENT AWAY when I got this baby.I breathe really easily now, especially at night in my room.I can't believe I lived so long without this thing!

5-0 out of 5 stars Very effective, and NOT noisy
Compared to other air purifiers we've used the Hamilton Beach is very effective, and NOT noisy -- at least on low speed.We have two (one for each bedroom in an 900 sq. ft. apartment), and keep them on low speed overnight just to mask other noises (primarily neighbors and street traffic).It's a soothing white noise, not high pitched at all.I'm not sure if some of these other reviewers got bad units or if they're just sensitive to noise in general.

We had a real dust problem in the apartment until we got these units.Now we sleep much better, and no longer wake up every morning with dry itchy throats.Highly recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars great, but geesh. LOUD.
On the "whisper" mode, it is still extremely loud. On the highest mode, it's so loud it is hilarious, but is only meant as "quick clean". If you've cooked something that smells horrible, maybe? I've noticed a difference in air quality for the better. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. HEPA Air Purifiers    2. Air Cleaners    3. Home    4. Air Purifiers   


49. Delta 37-275X X5 6" Professional Jointer
by Delta
Tools & Hardware
-- our price: $579.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000A2601
Sales Rank: 4390
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1 HP, 120/240-volt induction motor
  • Enclosed stand, dust collector connector
  • Center-mounted fence, 3-knife cutterhead, cutterhead guard, push blocks
  • Five year limited warranty on machines, parts and accessories

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Tool good./Rebate sucks
The tool runs smooth and quietly. Minimal vibration. Lining up pulleys is a pain as others have noted. The motor moves in two different planes during adjustment. This is typical of numerous machine motor mounts. The fence and tables came from the factory well adjusted. I haven't had to fool with them. It has given me good quality joints.
Can't help but touch on the rebate. After weeks, I received notice that I had to resubmit because I hadn't sent everything in. NOT true. I resubmitted. It took over 4 months to get the $100 rebate. I am now going through the same thing with the rebate on the X5 bandsaw. The free tools came through in a reasonable length of time. Delta just doesn't like to part with their money.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good tool.
I purchased the 37-275X jointer September 2004 (and received it then also).I have used it making:a bedside table (with drawers and a shelf) of oak, a coffee table with an oak top and poplar legs, and a cherry pedestal.This tool helped me make my stock have a flat face and an edge perpendicular to that face.My glue-ups have been of excellent quality since using this tool.

Set up of the tool was easy.The pulleys were aligned by Delta, and I did not have to re-position the motor. (Several other reviewers of delta jointers complained about these two aspects of the setup.)

I have had problems with dust collection (like several other reviewers).I found that the dust collection had a sheet metal duct to drop the dust and shavings from the cutters to a dust collection port on the side of the unit.Savings had clogged the inlet to that duct.I poked my shop vac hose up the duct and removed the clog.After that I found that my DC was able to collect the dust.

I have had no problem with the bed or fence rusting.I wax them with furniture polish, now and again when the bed is no longer slick.

When I purchased the unit Delta was running a promotion to give you a free tool.I choose the mobility base.My shop is in my garage.I get a car's worth of space plus some extra wall space.I find the tool with the base easy to store, and roll out and use on my projects. I would rather have an 8" jointer, but lack the space for it.This is a good sturdy tool.I enjoy using it.I think it will work for many years.

4-0 out of 5 stars Satisfied Hobbyist
I bought the 37-275X in January of 2004 through Amazon.Thought I would get some use out of the tool before I reviewed it.Overall I've been quite satisfied with the jointer for the past year.I read lots of reviews in magazines and on Amazon and finally settled on the 275X because of features, price, and warranty.I am not loyal to any specific company.I go for the best tool for the price.

After placing my order the tool arrived within 8 days.It came covered in the protective grease.I guess this is a good thing but it took longer to clean it off then to put the tool together.The only troubles encountered was aligning the pulleys (as mentioned by other reviews).The fence required no alignment but all three blades took a little adjusting as did the outfeed table. The paint and finish on my machine was just fine.I opted for the mobile base as the "free" gift.It was on back order and took 5 or 6 weeks to get here.Delta was nice enough to send me a notice with a small gift certificate to swollow the long arrival time.I guess I'll let them slide this time.

As far as operation goes I've been quite content.I've used the machine on oak, purple heart, cedar, and pine. Plenty of times I've used the entire 6" of the knives for face jointing with no problem as long as you don't try to take too much off at once.I've joined many edges together that are flawless and beautiful.The machine is also more quiet than I expected.

The only problem I've had with the machine is the chip ejection system.As many other reviewers have said it is less than perfect but mine has not been as bad as some other reviewers.I've got it connected to a Jet 650cfm and still have a small amount of chips coming up and out onto the table.A little bit gets piled up under the stand but only enough to move the machine and vacuum the chips up once a month. I've never had the chips completely clog the system.

I did go through a short period of needing to align the table and knives constantly for two weeks (this was after owning it for about a month or two).This is my first jointer so I don't know if the problem was with me or the machine.Like I said it only lasted two weeks and now I haven't had to do any alignments for many months.Still a little puzzled on this one.

If I could do anything different it would be to buy the 8" jointer but this was not financially pracitical for a hobbyist. Overall, I'm happy with this machine.A few minor problems and nothing else to compare the jointer with is the reason for the 4 star rating (I reserve a 5 star for complete perfection). ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Jointers    2. Stationary Jointers   


50. Delta 36-L31X-BC50 X5 3HP Left Tilt Unisaw with Biesemeyer
by Delta
Tools & Hardware
-- our price: $1,849.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000A25Y8
Sales Rank: 3040
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Five year limited warranty on machines, parts and accessories
  • Includes left tilt, 3 HP single phase motor for powerful cutting
  • 50" Biesemeyer commercial fence system
  • Carbide tipped 50 tooth ATB&R saw blade, right extension table, adjustable steel support legs
  • Two cast iron extension wings, standard insert, miter gage, motor cover and 4" dust connector

Reviews (21)

4-0 out of 5 stars X5 Unisaw
This is my first real table saw.I have run my dad's old Craftsman, various other neighbors saws, and I have a little 8" benchtop Makita.I always seemed to get by with a circular saw and a straight edge.

After deciding to build my own bathroom cabinet with my existing tools, I decided it was high time to get my own table saw.I researched the options and decided on several requirements.1)A stable heavy shop saw (not portable), 2)Must have a sturdy reliable fence, 3)Powerful enough to cut anything I put on the table, 4)A table that will support large sheets and extended rip capacity.The Unisaw is the one !!If I couldn't get these specs, I figured I might as well continue with my old circular saw.I think I also received an extra bonus spec.This saw will likely last a few lifetimes and will be able to be passed down to my son.

The electrical motor is a 3 Hp WEG model.It spins up to speed quickly like a turbine on a mission.The saw runs quiet and smooth that belies the impressive power of the machine.A table saw is a tool that commands respect and safety at all times.The magnetic switch includes a lockout hole through the ON button, which I plan to padlock to prevent unauthorized use and injury.I had to adjust the belt tension which is not mentioned in the assembly portion of the manual.I noticed the unit was shipped with the belts loose and found the proper section regarding the adjustment.

The fence and extension table is very solid.I can throw a sheet of plywood on the table, set the fence and rip to the correct dimension right down to a 1/64".I recommend the mobile base unless you have a dedicated place in your shop where it will NEVER be moved.It's heavy and is part of the power of the saw.

I found the assembly took 4 - 6 hrs to tinker along and get everything set right.I recommend setting aside the time to go through all the steps and get it setup properly.I found it necessary to shim the cast extensions wings to get them to bolt up flat to the main table.I had a steel shim kit available.I ended up shimming the bottom edge of the right hand extension about .008 - .010 to bring it exactly flat to my 4 foot level.I don't think this is a defect.All mechanical assemblies require some minor adjustment and care to get it right.I suppose the only way around this is to order a saw delivered and assembled to a blueprint specification.The price would reflect this requirement.

The extension table had a 1/8" - 1"4 cup in the center.I simply bolted each end after checking level to the cast table and then clamped the table flat to the steel frame.Then I drilled and bolted the table in place.This flattened the table properly.The table support legs have to be measured and fitted for the mobile base.I added a strip of support wood underneath to attach the legs.This should have been addressed by Delta / Biesemeyer in the construction.An easy fix though.

The extension wings do not have a bevel on the leading edge to match the main table.Those edges can be hard on a knuckle.I might file or grind my down a bit to alleviate this problem.The finish on the cast table top is excellent.

I checked and adjusted the saw stops for the angle adjustment.I found I needed to adjust the 90 and 45 degree stops a few turns to get a proper angle according to my square.The 45 degree stop bolt is difficult to adjust and tighten.I finally torqued it down by reaching inside the cabinet and around the motor to reach the nut.I could not properly do it from the front per the directions.Luckily, this should never have to be adjusted often.

The final word is: A great heavy saw for anyone looking for a shop rated machine.It makes the contractor style saws look like a toy.The X5 promotions make for a good deal.The saw components appear to be heavy duty and industrial rated to last many years.They have built these for about 60 years and it is the design standard that many saws are compared to. If a cabinet saw is on your wish list, I can recommend this one as a quality unit.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great saw but fence parts are unavaliable at website.
The Delta Unisaw is not what it used to be but it is still one of the better choices on the market.The base is no longer cast iron.The "fit and finish" could be better but compared to most of the imports it is still the best choice.
Buying parts for the fence is a problem.The Biesemeyer website does not contain any parts.It seems that if one breaks a part,he or she will have to replace the whole fence.
Some might argue that the parts are available by special order at local dealers.My only comment is, "Why make it hard to get parts?"

3-0 out of 5 stars Unasaw Quality
I am impressed with this saw, but if a less than perfect is out there to be sold, I'm the guy who will buy it. I took great pains to express my desire for a saw with a flat cast iron top and wings. Both wings on my saw will need fine tuning and the right wing is cupped front to back. I called the store and they responded with "I wounder if there is a saw out there flat enough for you" and" I have never seen it before, did you check our store desplay?". I think a visible problem not requiring a machinest straight edge to detect is real enough. So I get a bad saw. Then I get insulted. Buy the way the saw top is resonable, but not perfectally flat per my precision straight edge. Yes I was low keyed about the problem. I wounder, if $1800.00 is not enough for a perfect saw out of the box, what is? Maby I should have bought a Jet and just anticipated these things, but no. I bought locally in SLC! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Saws    2. Table Saws    3. Stationary Table Saws    4. (Tablesaws)   


51. Leatherman 67010103HWave
by Leatherman
Tools & Hardware
list price: $98.00
Asin: B000065UE7
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Wave is the flagship of the Leatherman line, and we would argue that it's the company's most versatile multitool to date. It comes loaded with 17 different tools, including everything from pliers to screwdrivers to wire cutters. We really like the Wave's quality construction, its four locking blades, and the fact that the user can get at the knife without having to open up the whole tool--a nice improvement over the original model. While nobody's going to replace a tool set or do major auto repairs with the Wave, it's absolutely invaluable for a wide range of quick, on-the-spot jobs. --Brian Trinen ... Read more

Features

  • Includes a nylon belt sheath
  • Blades that are accessible from the outside of the tool
  • 17 tools in 1
  • 25 year warranty
  • One handed opening

Reviews (70)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice tool! Sheath not very "Deluxe".
The tool looks very useful and well made but the sheath looks like a piece of junk.

5-0 out of 5 stars Don't leave the bedroom without it
I have had the wave for years now, and I have finally worn it down to where I need to get a new one.This thing has been at my side and provided me with countless experiences of being able to fix something ON THE SPOT.The weight is not too heavy at all for me. The scissors work great (I have even cut stainless steel shim with them).The pliers have been used for numerous fixes and the jaws of mine have finally worn smooth.The wire cutters have worked great.The hard wire cutter has never failed me unless I am trying to cut steel cable (a difficult task for any pair of plier-like cutters), but even then I can still manage to do it.The screwdrives have been abused yet still function very well.The blades accept a good sharpening and last for a good while after sharpening.The file is bar-none the BEST file on any multi-tool I have ever seen, and is better than most dedicated files I have used.The diamond file is spectacular.The single-handed blade opening and single-handed plier opening are features I have come to depend on.This is just a great tool that allows me to GET MORE DONE!The leather sheath is also very rugged yet quickly became supple and remains a durable home for this tool.
No, it's not the perfect tool for any one specific task, but it is a very useful tool nonetheless and serves it's purpose without fail.I am amazed mine has lasted as long as it has considering how often I use it, which is pretty much every single day.If I am wearing pants or shorts with a belt, then I have my leatherman.The only nuisance is I have to remember to pack it in my luggage prior to flying!
Worth every penny, and then some.

4-0 out of 5 stars A nice try with room for improvement
I am a hunter, knife collector, long range bicycle rider, fisherman and construction worker. I have used a leatherman wave for the past 7 months. While it is by far the best multi tool I have ever seen, it most definitly not without it's faults. The biggest general problem is the tiny standard blade. It will cut paper and a few other things, but it's not suitable for large tasks. Another problem is the "wire stripper". This lousy feature is not much better, if any than a standard utility knife at stripping wire. Stripping wire like this simply wastes time. The well made scissors could easily be replaced by real wire strippers, or you could make the tool larger and fit both which would make this a far better device for those who use tools for a living. The final problem is a lack of a small phillips screw driver. This is a a very important tool which I hope will be included on future models. I personaly think leatherman would do well to make their tools fifty percent larger so they could include bigger blades, a real wire stripper and a much smaller philips screw driver. The wave is tiny and making it a little bigger would not really sacrafice portability. Even with it's problems this tool has served me well. If you have a need for such a tool the wave is the best out there. By the way, I never did get a tool adaptor so I don't know what to tell you about those. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. (Swiss Army Knives)    2. (Knife)    3. (Multitools)    4. Camping Accessories    5. Hand Tools    6. Multi-tools   


52. Grizzly G1029 2 H.P. Dust Collector


Asin: B0000DD0BR
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Air Suction Capacity: 1550 CFM
  • Has a 6" inlet with a removable "Y" fitting with two 4" openings
  • Impeller Type/Balanced Steel: 12" Radial Fin
  • Motor size: 2 H.P., 220V, single phase, 3450 RPM
  • Portable Base Size: 21-1/2" x 33-1/2"

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of performance for the money
I bought this model dust collector directly from Grizzly approximately two years ago to help with dust collection in my home woodworking shop. So far, I've been extremely pleased with its performance. Two h.p. is more than sufficient for dust/chip removal for any of my machines, including the planer and jointer. Although I connect to only one machine at a time, I'm confident that it could easily handle two at a time with no problem. It also does a great job vacuuming chips and saw dust from floor, but be careful because it will suck up virtually anything that can fit into the 4" hose. For this reason, I recommend using an intermediate chip collection can to capture large chips/cutoffs so that they don't make it to the impeller. My one small gripe is that the electrical cord is too short and limits placement of the unit. Overall, a very good machine -

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent product. Excellant price.
First off I would like to say that I did not order this through amazon. I would rather give my business solely to Grizzly. I placed my order online at 1:30 PM PST. I had a confirmation e-mail within thirty seconds. I never received an e-mail saying that it had shipped but Monday morning at about seven am I recieved a call from the freight company telling me that it would be there in half an hour. Now that is fast service.
The dust collector arrived in one box that had no damage and it was packed extremely well. The assembly was very straightforward due to an excellent product manual. It can easily be assembled by one person the heaviest part is the motor/fan assembly and it only weighed about a hundred pounds. After a few bolts all I had to do was go out and buy a plug that matched the outlet in the shop and wire it to the cord on the motor.
Once that was done I pushed the button and it fired right up. Boy does that thing have some serious suction. It works great on my planer, tablesaw, lathe and all of my other tools. I don't know what more you could want. There are a lot of Grizzly bashers out there but Grizzly makes a first rate product at a great price. I should also mention that their customer service is way better than any other brand. This is one purchase that I would definantly make again. ... Read more


53. Grizzly G1182Z 6" x 47" Super Heavy-Duty Jointer - Z Series
by Grizzly


Asin: B0000DD0FG
Sales Rank: 11789
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1 H.P., 110/220V, single phase, ball bearing motor, prewired to 110V
  • 3-knife ball bearing cutterhead
  • Heavy-duty cabinet stand
  • Infeed and outfeed tables have quick-adjustment levers for convenient table height adjustment
  • Table size: 6" x 47"

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Jointer
This is an excellent jointer (and not just for the money).it is very easy to adjust when the instructions are followed.There is no shortcust when setting up these machines and this is no exception.It has been a solid performer just like every other Grizzly machine I have.I started buying the Grizzly products for their price but I was very pleased with their quality and prompt customer service.

4-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding value - Fine performer
I purchased this jointer about two months ago.It arrived at the freight center on time, although the box was opened/damaged.The freight company ran a poor operation, but everything was intact and unharmed.

Assembly was straight forward, and the base is heavy duty.The hardest part was mounting the jointer to the base, for which you may need to be a contortionist.The manuals instructions for assembly and adjustment were easy to follow.The belt does seem to add a little vibration, and I'll be changing the belt in the near future.The Blade guard spring is weak.

In my area there are few places you can find a big jointer.I've looked at Delta's, Ridgid's, and Craftsman, and this one blows them all out of the water as far as quality and fit and finish.The jointer operates without a flaw and has plenty of power.The only time it has bogged down is on 6" hard maple, but it isn't a problem as long as you keep the depth of cut down. Overall, this is a quality machine, and I wouldn't hesitate to buy again. The quality of my work took a big step forward with the use of this jointer.Thanks.

The pros:
Quiet
Powerful
Accurate
Easy to adjust
PRICE

The Cons:
Some vibration, particularly noticable at 45 degrees (belt)
Belt tension hard to adjust
Shipping company should be better
Blade guard spring is weak

5-0 out of 5 stars orangeman
This is the first Grizzly product i purchased. I ordered this jointer about a 2 weeks ago and it arrived today by freight. It took me exactly hour to put it together. Which is pretty quick i think. It can i three large pieces. The base with motor and Jointer base and the fence... This thing is heavy duty. It was relatively easy to assemble. only a few bolts and screws... The only thing that was upsetting was the blade guard spring.It didnt want to return the guard to cover the blade.. I tried to adjust it to have more tension, (which you can) but it seems the spring itself digs into the shaft and kind of defeats the purpose... I have tried it yet but i think it will be just great. ... Read more


54. Delta 14-651 Professional Bench Top Mortising Machine
by Delta
Tools & Hardware (01 October, 2002)
list price: $332.02 -- our price: $225.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00006K00N
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Square holes? No problem. Delta's industrial mortiser offers precision with a1/2-horsepower motor behind it. A rack-and-pinion system raises and lowers the head,and the mortising head column swings 180 degrees for off-table work. Clearly a step upfrom Delta's MM300 Shopmaster mortising machine, this one's made with theprofessional user in mind and includes an adjustable dovetail way on the mortising head,a tool and chisel tray, a gas-filled head stabilizer and multiposition feed lever. There'salso a generous 16-3/4-by-13-1/2-inch cast-iron base and 2-15/16-inch tall two-piecefence totaling 13-5/8 inches in length. Bit and chisel changing is easy with the chuckkey/hex wrench. Of course, we always want to use new tools right out of the box, andDelta's made sure you can get started right away with 1/4-, 5/16-, 3/8-, and 1/2-inchchisel and bit sets. Beats a drill and hand chisel any day! --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Includes 1/4-, 5/16-, 3/8-, and 1/2-inch chisel and bits to get you started right away
  • 1/2-horsepower motor designed and engineered exclusively for mortising for greater accuracy and reliability
  • handles work up tp 3-3/4 inches under hold down for a variety of applications
  • Multi-position hand lever and rack and pinion lowering system for easy operation
  • Large Cast-iron base with center through hole

Reviews (62)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great machine, when it isn't broken!
My machine arrived by FedX, and seemed to be in fine shape.I got it running in less than 30 minutes including cleaning the nice coat of oil from "wood touching surfaces." I got twelve mortises done, when the handle snapped off at the spring pin.I noticed two fine cracks on the outside edge of the spring pin hole when I assembed it, but assumed they were made that way.Looking back now, it appears that the spring pin was driven into the hole, and split the retainer.Well, anyway, on the thirteenth mortise the casting snapped in two places.I got on the phone to Delta, and they assured me that they would send out the piece, as soon as it became available--backorder.It seems they have had a run on this part.
The machine does beautiful work, and it sure beats doing it by hand.A bit of clean-up with a chisel and the mortises will be as perfect as can be.My project will have to wait until the part comes in.At least I won't have to send the whole machine in for repair.

3-0 out of 5 stars Another Broken in Shipping
I know some people think one should rate the machine and not the shipping, but, if over 30% of the people that order this tool receive a broken one do to shipping, I think it is safe to assume that in the total manufacturing process of this tool inclusive of Packaging, this tool is failing the final step.So, I give it a three.This is with the assumption that I would love the tool if it wasn't broke.

At least after reading many of the reviews, the first thing I did was examine the machine well prior to removing it from the box.I noticed the crack before I ever took it out.

If you order this machine, be prepared to receive a broken unit.The price and free freight may be enough to give it a shot.It was for me.Hope the next one is not broke.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great small shop mortiser
I received this through Amazon without any of the shipping problems detailed in other reviews.This was setup and working in less than 30 minutes.The chisels I received with my mortiser seem of decent quality but no doubt I'll upgrade those in the future.Despite other users' reviews, I have not had any problems with the stock hold down.I've noticed that if I push it all the way down and then pull up on the very front lip of the hold down, it comes up to a perfect height so that it still rests on the stock but I'm still able to move it around under the hold down.I've only had the chisel grab the stock and not let go once and that was because I didn't use the hold down (oops).Great mortiser, cuts clean and easily.I do like the fact that the Delta mortiser is virtually all cast iron whereas similar products (Jet, Shop Fox) use the least amount of cast iron they can to get by. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Drill Presses    2. Mortisers    3. (Drils)    4. (Mortise)    5. (Mortising Machines)   


55. Racor PBH-1R ProStor Hoist Monster
by Racor
Tools & Hardware
list price: $39.99 -- our price: $24.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000051XJ2
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

You have to love something as clever as this. We've struggledwith hoisting bikes onto storage hooks in the garage, and that's justnot the way to live--this is. Just screw the pulley system into theceiling studs, thread rope through the guides, attach the rope to your bike, and effortlessly raise your bike to the ceiling. Pro Stor's Monster bike lift hoists bikes as heavy as 50 pounds up to a 12-foot ceiling, and you don't evenbreak a sweat. The locking mechanism prevents accidental release, andyour bike is out of the way. Solid-steel construction leaves nothing toworry about. We like this Monster. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Solid steel construction delivers a 50-pound load capacity
  • Bike not included
  • Store your bike safely from the ceiling of your garage
  • Unique rope locking mechanism secures the bike
  • For use on ceilings up to 12 feet high

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great space saver
I have a small garage, and did not have enough space to store my 2 bikes.I recently purchased 2 of these, and problem solved.

This is a great product!My only advice to the manufacturer / installer would be to pre-drill a pilot hole for the wood screws because the phillips head stripped out too easy.I ended up getting some longer wood screws with a flat head (instead of phillips) and that worked better.

But overall, installation was a snap, and I am very satisfied with this product!

5-0 out of 5 stars IF YOU CAN'T GO HORIZONTAL...GO VERTICAL !!
OUTSTANDING IDEA TO UTILIZE 'EMPTY' SPACE.VERY EASY TO INSTALL AND ARTICULATE ITEMS, I.E. BICYCLES, KAYAKS, STORAGE TRUNKS, BULKY ITEMS, ETC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good products get excellent reviews
I bought 3 boxes as well, and must say they really are a great way to gain some floor space back.Everything is well packaged, good instructions, and a breeze to install.Simply a great product. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hardware    2. Utility Hooks    3. Hoists   


56. Austin Air Healthmate Junior Air Purifier - Cleaner
by Austin Air


Asin: B00015EEOM
Sales Rank: 74740
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Energy cost efficient: same energy it takes to run an 80 watt light bulb with at highest setting
  • Quiet on low speed: somewhat quiet at low fan speed, so easier to live with in the bedroom at night
  • Durable exterior: encased in steel - non-gloss surface resists scratching, scuffing, smudging
  • Uses very little energy even on highest settings, 3 speed control switch, air flow 200 cfm
  • Long lasting HEPA + carbon + zeolite filter lasts for 5 years ; 5 year pro-rated guarantee

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Basic HEPA Filter Machine
Not only is this particular model energy efficient, there are three speeds and the filters don't have to be replaced for 5 years. I just ordered a new HEPA filter and it cost one hundred dollars for the replacement, which is only twenty dollars a year.

The low speed setting allows air to filter in my bedroom while I'm asleep and I can easily move the air purifier around the house while I'm cleaning. The exterior is highly durable and the surface really does resist scratching.

I have found that I am sick less often now that I have this filter in my home. If you have allergies, this is a must! The included HEPA filter filters out allergens up to .3 microns and 99.97 % efficiency.

When you order a new filter, they also send you a new liner for the inside of the air purifier.

This Filter is always running somewhere in my house, so after years and years and years of work, this is still filtering the air and I hardly ever have to dust, especially now that I have a new filter. Also look for the models with "wheels" if that is of interest to you. These filters are not that heavy, but you might want to consider how often you are going to be moving the filter around the house.

~TheRebeccaReview.com ... Read more


57. Delta 50-155 Universal Miter Saw Stand
by Delta
Tools & Hardware
list price: $254.59 -- our price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000302XG
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This is a rough-and-ready stand that will accommodate virtually any miter saw, but it's the oversize wheels that let you cart your saw practically anywhere--even up and down stairs--that really make it a winner. Built-in rollers support longer stock and are smooth right out of the box. The aluminum fence comes with a stop for easy duplicate cuts, and a stock-lift inhibitor keeps your cut piece from picking up after the cut. Sturdy steel legs adjust to your preferred work height, and when you're done, the stand folds quickly and easily, ready to roll. It's 84 pounds without a saw, but you'd never know it. -- Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Folds and unfolds quickly to roll on and off of job site for quick set up
  • Aluminum adapter rails accommodate any manufacturer's saw
  • Aluminum fence for added support of longer materials
  • Adjustable steel support legs for increased stability
  • Adjustable steel rollers facilitate correct alignment of longer stock

Reviews (68)

1-0 out of 5 stars What in the @#%!
Do you have to pay extra for all of the required parts?And do you have to pay even more for the instructions?Amazon, what is wrong with your company?I would highly suggest not to buy anything from amazon that is suppose to come in more than one piece.This looks like a nice stand, however, right now it is just a big paperweight as I can't even mount the saw to the stand.Do yourself a favor, buy elsewhere!

1-0 out of 5 stars Delta is now Black&Decker
Being a profesional builder, I have used Delta products for years, they have been dependable tools. Recently I found out I could no longer get parts for my Delta tools because these parts are no longer being manufactured. Seeems that when Black & Decker bought out Delta, they decided not to provide any more service to existing Delta products. I've owned a few B&D tools before and can tell you they just don't last. I will not be buying B&D/Delta tools any longer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great once assembled.Fence may not work with 12" saws.
Now that it's assembled, I really like this thing.It's sturdy, easy to work, and easier for moving my 12" miter saw than it was to carry the saw in my arms.Best of all, once you drop the legs, the saw is ready to use -- no need to work from the floor or set-up a makeshift table or clamp the saw down or hassle with additional supports for long boards.

Mine arrived in good shape with all parts and instructions.The manual can also be downloaded from Amazon before you order.

The extension fence was a key reason for choosing this stand.It turns out that the fence cannot, normally, be used for larger saws such as my 12" DeWalt.(The cover of the manual shows two setups - one with a smaller saw and one with a larger saw - note the absence of the fence with the larger saw.)Aluminum supports are included that clamp across the top of the frame and bolt to the larger saws.Besides accommodating wider saws, the supports hang past the front and back of the frame to support deeper saws.The added depth requires that the saw be mounted toward the center of the frame so that the supports won't interfere with the wheels when the stand is folded.The trade-off is that it makes the mounting location for one of the fence brackets inaccessible.

Fortunately, my saw is no deeper than the frame.I used a hack saw to cut the aluminum supports to the depth of the frame so that I could mount the saw toward one end without interfering with the wheels.I managed to just clear the fence bracket location, but I still had to give up the clamp on the other side.This probably won't work if you have a sliding miter saw with a very deep base.(It's not so simple as just moving the saw to the end away from the wheels.)

Otherwise, there were a couple of spacing issues that were easily solved by using extra washers.I had to replace four self-threading screws that instead de-threaded, and I had to get four longer bolts after adding washers to raise the fence to the level of my saw base.

While not described in the manual, I was able to insert my own 12" x 14" tray under the fence.The frame has lips and predrilled holes to make this a simple addition. My shop vac fits neatly under the stand during use. ... Read more

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58. Bosch 3915 10" Slide Compound Miter Saw includes Dust Bag and Work Clamp
by BOSCH (S-B Powertools)
Tools & Hardware
list price: $748.00 -- our price: $374.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000223EO
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Bosch builds good saws. This 10-inch sliding compound miter saw has the smooth, easy-to-control action we demand in a slider. This saw's built burly, too--here's a slider that looks likely to survive a tumble off the back of a pickup truck (not that we tested it). The blade guard has good action and retracts well, so visibility and motion aren't restricted when cutting and there's no danger of it binding or sticking. The grip is contoured and tapered for the human hand, no matter the size--but there is a safety switch that makes this saw difficult to use left-handed. Bosch has also cleverly mounted the important wrenches and keys on the body of the saw (exactly the sort of attention to detail that makes toolhounds happy). We tip our hardhats to the good people at Bosch; they've made a great saw. --Michael Shilling ... Read more

Features

  • Dual rail design - For superior accuracy
  • Powerful 13.0 Amp motor, 2.8 max. tool HP
  • Crown miter detents - 31.6? miter and 33.9? bevel detents for quick, accurate crown cuts
  • Large 25" aluminum base with 3" extension for 28" total length - Provides extra support
  • Tall 3-1/2" Fence - For easy bevel set-ups and increased crown molding cutting capacities

Reviews (78)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bosch rocks
Personally, I think woodworkers around the country should trade in their power tools for credit and replace them all with Bosch.
I started using bosch tools over 12 years ago in a furniture shop, and my first experience with their tools was a jigsaw, which apparently has since reached legendary status.
This particular jigsaw was thoroughly abused every day for years.We'd burn through all the sears brand stuff, replacing them every few months, but the Bosch tools only needed the occasional cleaning and replacement blade.
I saw first hand the kind of torture Bosch tools could withstand and have been a devoted fan ever since.
In addtionl to the durabiltiy inherent in nearly ALL their tools, i've also found them to be highly ACCURATE, which is absolutely required when crafting furniture.
This particular tool carries on the long tradition of high quality, tough, accurate and well designed tools from bosch.
I'd give their tools 6 stars if i could.

5-0 out of 5 stars You won't beat this deal!
I must admit I was worried about purchasing this saw, because it seemed to cheap (price) compared to comparable Dewalt, Porter Cable, makita saws.However, bosch makes great equipment, and they came through with this one as well.

After setting this up and testing it, I have to give it 5 stars simply because the price is unbelievable, and the saw performs flawlessly.There are a few minor things I would change if I could, but they are minimal and not very important, only matters of design, convenience, etc. see below.

One negative reviewer stated that the detents weren't adjustable, and couldn't believe Bosch would build a saw without adjustments.This is incorrect.In order to adjust the angles on a miter saw, you need to change the relative position of the detents to the fence.On some saws, like the Porter cable, you can move the detents.On others, such as this, you move the fence.(The detents are cast in position and can't be moved).My saw wasn't correct out of the box, so I followed the instructions and loosed the fence and squared it to the blade with a combination square.However, this was difficult to do, and it still ended up slightly out of adjustment when tested on a board.My advice, which made it a piece of cake:Pick a 12" piece of wood with a perfectly straight edge (I used MDF), make a cut, check the square, adjust the fence and retighten, make another cut, and continue until you are dead on square at 90 degrees.This method wasted a little bit of wood, but I got it adjusted dead on accurate in about 5 minutes, and no fumbling around with a square against the blade.

Once I got the 90 degree detent in position, I checked the others making 45 degree cuts in both directions on 6 inch material and the results were PERFECT.I mean dead on perfect.I can't imagine better miters.

Another reviewer said there was play in the detents of 1 degree or so.If you put it in a detent and don't tighten the knob, there is some play, but only like 1/4 degree or so, and if you tighten the knob as you are supposed to, the play is taken up and the blade centers on the detent dead on in the middle, same place everytime I try it.If used correctly, there is no play.

Other positive's:
-Comes with a quality 40 tooth blade.You don't have to buy a new blade to get good results with this saw.Most of the others come with a cheap blade that will cause tear out on your trim.
-Wrenches included for fence and blade, and mounted on the rear of the saw in convenient places.you'll never find yourself without the wrench you need.
-Adjustable slide on left end of saw gives you a little bit of extension in the table, about 4-5 inches.
-No upward kick with startup like my old delta saw, and what I hear from dewalt.I hated my old saw for that.I would line up the cut, and then when I hit start, the saw would kick and make my board jump, and I'd have to line it up again with the blade spinning.This saw doesn't do that, I'm happy to say.

Negatives:
-Dust collection isn't very effective, but I've never seen a miter saw that is.Seems average to me.
-Handle is vertical position.I would prefer horizontal like the dewalt, but I don't think it's worth paying the extra money.Then again, I don't make miter cuts all day everyday.
-Blade guard is a little too cautious in my opinion, and not adjustable.Guard stays pretty low to the table, so when you are lining up the cut, you have to have your eyes nearly level with the board to see your mark.In other words, the guard obstructs your view if you are looking from above the saw at all.Easy fix is to mount the saw in a high position, as most people do with miters anyway.However, if you put the saw on the floor temporarily to do a few quick cuts, this can be a real pain.

Overall, a lot of thought went into the design of this saw.It is well constructed, the quality you'd expect from bosch, and dead-on accurate.It does everything I would expect it to do and more, and at a price that I still can't believe.I had reservations before I bought it, but now I'm thrilled that I did.Thanks Bosch!

5-0 out of 5 stars great blade
It's great for slicing wood (walnut,maple,redwood,and mahagony) very clean and precise.It can slice just about anything.I have read that the Makita has a nice blade included with their model and the Hitachi with the LAZER sounds cool ($500.00) but this saw was excellent for the price. ... Read more

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59. Grizzly G1023S 10" Table Saw 3 HP Single-Phase 220V
by Grizzly


Asin: B0000DD0AX
Sales Rank: 15088
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3 H.P. single-phase, 220V motor
  • 5/8" diameter arbor is long enough to accept dado blades up to 13/16"
  • Cutting capacity: 8" left and 25" right of blade
  • Magnetic safety switch is standard and protects the motor and operator
  • One-piece steel cabinet-type stand

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars This saw is under-rated.
When shipped, they shipped the wrong fence,wrong rails, and incorrect bolt bags for the optional sliding table. After about a week, I had all the parts needed to assemble the saw. Customer service was great. Nothing but good things to say about that.

The shipping was faster then expected. I ordered the saw on a Monday, and it was in my shop on Wednesday PM. No issues other then the missing/wrong compenents. Mistakes happen. Not a big deal.

The pro's have all been mentioned in other reviews. Simply: It's a great saw. To me, it's just as good as the Unisaw, which I've also used. I like to say that overall, The Unisaw and PM66 are production saws meant to cut 1000's of board ft a day. The G1023S is also a production saw, but only good for about 500 board ft a day. That's the only difference in performance that I can see.

The Cons:
The shop-fox fence: It's always compared to the Biesmeyer T-Square, but I can tell you - It's only in appearance - not performance. The cam lock on the shopfox is flimsy, and has serveral reports of breaking off with moderate pressure. It's not as heavy, and it uses a pesky guide foot that slides across the rear-rail. This foot gets bound up when the real rail is full of sawdust - something saw's are known to create! The good news is - the guide tube DOES fit real Beismeyer fence - which is how mine is set up. The hex nuts to square the ShopFox weren't real tight on mine, and require lock-tite to keep em in place. I think it's worth noting that I already owned the Beisemeyer commerical fence. I'm not sure If I would be as particular if I didn't have it in house to compare.


The optional sliding table looked like a good idea - but after giving it a real effort to align it square with the table, it lacks the capability to remain aligned. The roller guides have too much play in them to remain sqaure, and if tightened, they will often bind up when making a cut. If set too loose, the table will fall off.

You're also required to cut 12" off the left side of the fence guide tube to attach the sliding table. This kind of permenent alteration needs to be concidered.That end 12" portion is where the power switch was designed to mount. When the switch was re-mounted further in on the tube, it get's in the way of the blade hieght wheel when the blade is beveled over 45 degrees. Still workable, but making these types of alterations to a new machine just doesnt seem right.

If you're planing of ripping large format stock (anything over 24" square) the sliding table needs to be removed because it only has 24" from it's butt end to the first toe of the blade. It's setup also requires the sliding table to be set 1/16" above the saw table so the fence clears. This in of itself will cause any cross-cuts to have a 1/16" unintended bevel - almost defeating the purpose of the sliding table!!

For ANY dust collector to work properly, it needs a defined air-flow path. This means you absolutely need the optional motor cover! This is something I think Grizzly should include as part of the package. Without it, your only collect dust that happens to pass over the 4" hole - if your lucky.

Overall - I wouldn't trade this saw for anything less then a Robland X31. Which is a very unlikely purchase.


5-0 out of 5 stars THE GREEN BEAST
The delivery was wery fast, no damage and nothing missing.I had one problem that the extention wings wasn't flat with the table top, but a very clear manual made it easy to solve it.
the table saw so quiet that you can't not smile and feel that you made a good porchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT SAW, GREAT PRICE!!
I have and my saw for a couple months, and love it. Arrived in less than a week, box in great shape, nothing broken, or missing. Fit was good, did need to shim one wing to make it level. Blade alignment, blade stops, were dead on. The shop fox fence is a very nice fence, and heavy. Minor adjustments in the fence alignment, to make square with miter slot. Saw runs smooth,passed to nickle test and the motor has alot of power. Also, my magnetic switch, the OFF button has been enlarged, and has good size round button, different, from current pic here on amazon. But it makes it alot easier to find to OFF button. Great saw should have bought it along time ago. ... Read more


60. Dolce Coat Tree
Misc.
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000087HMC
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Solid wood
  • Dark walnut finish
  • 10 metal hooks with wood knobs
  • High and low hooks
  • Contemporary style

Reviews (8)

2-0 out of 5 stars Flimsy
I love the look of this coat rack, and it matches our coffee table, but it's flimsy. If you will only be hanging a little purse and a scarf (as shown), the thing would be fine. BUT, if you want to use more than 4 hooks at a time, forget it. It's lopsided and will fall over.

1-0 out of 5 stars great look - poor design
If you live a climate that doesn't require heavy coats half of the year, this tree is a modest addition to any decor. BUT, it does have severe balance problems. One should trust that a coat tree will hold a coat without worrying that the tree will fall over. I always have to make sure the tree is steady before leaving my coat hanging. The first joint up from the base on my tree came apart after a year from purchase, leaving me to fix the problem myself, or buying another somewhere. I would recommend this tree for light jackets and purses ONLY!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great idea to get kids to hang up coats!
I love my new coat rack. It's so convenient for my grandchildren to just hang up their coats as they come in the door instead of tossing them on the sofa. I didn't even have to ask them to hang up their coats. ... Read more

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