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$213.74
101. Porter-Cable FR350A 3-1/2" Round
$2.37
102. Jorgensen 3202-HT2" Pony Spring
103. Grizzly G7944 12 Speed Heavy-Duty
104. Grizzly G9915 Solid Maple Workbench
$233.99
105. Porter-Cable CPF23400S3 HP, 4-Gallon
$239.99
106. Fein MSXE-636-2 Multi-Master Electric
107. FIRST ALERT Smoke & Carbon
$5.99
108. JET JW1044 4" to 2-1/2" Adapter
109. 11.8 CFM @ 135 PSI, 5.5 HP Ingersoll-Rand
110. Honeywell HZ515 Low Profile Silent
111. DEWALT DW618PKV 2-1/4 HP Electronic
$15.99
112. Bucket Boss Brand 01056 Bucket
113. Lincoln Air-Operated Grease Pump
$42.99
114. Hamilton Beach 04913 TrueAir HEPA
$449.34
115. Makita LS1013 Dual Slide Compound
$9.99
116. Hamilton Beach 04923 TrueAir Replacement
$12.34
117. IRWIN 224134 3/4" Pipe Clamp
118. DEWALT DW4KIT-2 18-Volt XRP 1/2"
119. Grizzly G1033 20" Planer
$99.00
120. DEWALT D51238K 18-Gauge Brad Nailer

101. Porter-Cable FR350A 3-1/2" Round Head Framing Nailer Kit
by Porter-Cable
Tools & Hardware
list price: $269.99 -- our price: $213.74
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Asin: B0000B3AR9
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Porter-Cable never disappoints, especially with their air tools. Here's a great nailer for the contractor or do-it-yourselfer in the Southeast, Gulf Coast and Western regions with its 22-degree plastic collated round head framing nails from 2 to 3-1/2 inches long. We like the new rounded body style on the nailer, which Porter-Cable says has doubled the tool's life, and we can tell you it feels right in the hand. It's still packing plenty of power, even though it's more compact. As always, we're fond of its tool-free adjustable exhaust, tool-free adjustable depth of drive with detents, and an internal piston catch for consistent power. The triggers can be set to restrictive or contact mode, so you've got complete control over nail release.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • One year limited warranty
  • Great value for the price
  • Powerful enough to drive nails into engineered lumber
  • Compact body design for better balance and style
  • Kit includes nailer, air fitting with dust cover, oil, operating manual and carrying case

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars powerful
Been using this one for awhile now.It has power to spare and truly does drive full 3 1/2" nails into anything.No jambs and a snap to use.It's best to not let the loaded nails drop below 3 because the nail clip doesn't work as well at that point and it can misfire.No problem, just load another set before it gets that low.Uses standard 22 degree nails you find anywhere.Easy to handle despite it being a full size stapler and boy this thing is a workhorse.Porter Cable has done a great job with this model.

5-0 out of 5 stars Light, powerful, good price
I bought the FR350A a few months ago, and use it for all my framing needs. I love that it's light (much lighter than many other guns I've used), it's powerful enough to sink framing nails in wet or dry wood and I can still run it on a small compressor. The price is very competitive.

One of the best features of this gun is the selectable trigger. With no tools, in just a few seconds, you can switch from single fire to 'bounce fire'. There's no switching of triggers, you just turn a dial. I never thought I'd use single fire as much as I do.

I have had no problem finding nails for this model.

I have 4 Porter-Cable pneumatic tools, and this one seems to be just as well made and durable as the others.

All in all, it's a well made tool at a very attractive price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Whoa!
Great product. THis was my first PC product and I have been so pleased with it I have purchased a finish nailer, belt sander, palm sander, and router.
I purchased the FR350A mainly to do exterior work on my house and build a finished room in my basement.
I cannot even imagine doing construction without this superb tool.I have not had ANY problems. Just oil and go!
I highly recommend. ... Read more


102. Jorgensen 3202-HT2" Pony Spring Clamp
by Jorgensen
Tools & Hardware
list price: $3.31 -- our price: $2.37
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Asin: B0000224BX
Sales Rank: 831
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Point-of-pressure remains near jaw
  • Lightweight
  • Nickel-plated steel jaws
  • Heavy-duty tempered-steel springs
  • Polyvinyl handles and tips

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Ride the Pony
You can buy [less expensive] versions of this clamp...

The plastic wears off and then the metal edges show through.Then the plastic comes off and gets lost.The springs are barely passable when new.Not the Pony.

The plastic does wear off, but not until after a long time of hard use.It use them at the miter saw table all the time.Makes it easier to cope molding when it is clamped to something solid.

5-0 out of 5 stars Necessary Part of Woodworking
I use these clamps all the time.They are the best solution for the following:

1. Holding down boards when plunging a plate joiner (biscuit joiner).

2. Clamping two flat boards together to drill through both ofthem.

3. Holding down a straightedge while marking a long line.

Thegreat thing about these clamps is that they go on and come off in a second,so you can hold wood down, do what you have to do, then turn the wood,re-clamp, turn again, etc.Also, unlike the "vise-style" clamps,they do not damage wood.

4-0 out of 5 stars WHY ME?
I have always used PONY spring clamps because their quality is superior to cheaper models. They have a high quality spring, fine finish and better tip pads that stay on unlike quick-grips yellow tips which come off too easily.HOWEVER loyal PONY users should check out the PONY 3-way spring clamp whichworks as a spring clamp or as an incredibly simple edge-clamp.The 3-wayedging spring also made by PONY, is a superior tool and more tool for yourmoney. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Jorgensen    2. (Jorgenson)    3. Clamps    4. Spring Clamps    5. (Squeeze Clamps)    6. (Hand Clamps)   


103. Grizzly G7944 12 Speed Heavy-Duty 14" Floor Drill Press
by Grizzly


Asin: B0000DD6TE
Sales Rank: 2321
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Motor: 3/4 H.P., single-phase, 110V
  • Number of speeds: 12
  • Range of speeds: 140, 260, 320, 380, 480, 540, 980, 1160, 1510, 1650, 2180, 3050 RPM
  • Spindle travel: 3-1/4"
  • Swing: 14"

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars defective product and poor customer service
The first drill press that I received from Grizzly was defective: the adjustment lever for the belts was stuck and the drill made terrible noises when turned on. Grizzly was very slow in responding to my many inquiries (with no 1-800 number for customer service)and, after repackaging and returning the defective drill press and more than a month from my initial order, I received another drill press. Upon opening the box, however, I found a dent on the housing surrounding the belts. What a mess! If I knew then what I know now, I would never have ordered this drill press. Think twice before ordering this item.
Buy something local.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Price Performance
I finally bit the bullet and bought this drill press on 12/31/04 just right before grizzly increased the price on it.Well, I finally got it all assembled (not difficult at all, only one person can do it) and it works great.Like one other reviewer mentioned, it is a little rough around the edges but it does run very smooth.Overall, I'm very happy with this purchased.All that is needed is to make an aux table. Oh, and I wish griz would include the light bulb so I wont have to run out for one, but no big deal.last thing, i didn't get a drill press vice that others were mentioning about.i guess this is not included anymore??? oh well...

5-0 out of 5 stars Power to spare
A very smooth and powerful drill press that found many other uses in my shop.It takes everything I throw at it and keeps on humming along.I am not crazy about the use of belts for speed changes but it is a necessary evil and a small price to pay.The machine is heavy but can be moved and setup by one person. ... Read more


104. Grizzly G9915 Solid Maple Workbench Top 72" Wide x 30" Deep x 1-3/4" Thick
by Grizzly


Asin: B0000DD0XR
Sales Rank: 10761
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105. Porter-Cable CPF23400S3 HP, 4-Gallon Side Stack Compressor
by Porter-Cable
Tools & Hardware
list price: $466.00 -- our price: $233.99
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Asin: B00004WGQL
Sales Rank: 289
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • One Year Warranty
  • 3 HP induction motor delivers 7.7 SCFM at 40 PSI, 5.5 SCFM at 90 PSI
  • New high-pressure design keeps tank pressure between 110 and 135 PSI
  • Higher tank pressure provides more usable air per tank re-charge
  • Convenient control panel has regulator, gauge, and two quick connect outlets

Reviews (36)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good blow for your dough
Solid construction, good power and features, and a good price - you can't really go wrong with this unit.The dual fittings and compact footprint come in handy in a small workshop.It is a little on the noisy side (though quieter than some) and has only tripped the 15 amp circuit in my garage twice in the last few months of use.

5-0 out of 5 stars Miracle machine at ordinary compressor price
The specs say 15 Amps at 115 Volts. That gives 15x115=1725 watts. Divide by 745.7 (the number of watts per horsepower, by definition) and the result is about 2.313 horsepower. Apparently this "3 horsepower" machine makes about 0.687 horsepower out of thin air. That'll be great for on-site use at reduced power if no electricity is available. Gotta get one today!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy, but heavy to move around.
I have been a building contractor in California for over 26 years. This is the fourth compressor that I have bought. I have found it to to be a great value for the money.
Hasn't given us any of the trouble that our old " Emglo " unit did. ( blowing curcuit breakers, stalling, etc. )
My only complaint is its weight. Had I known, I would have purchased the next model up which comes with wheels. Weight is always a concern when moving from job to job. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Porter-Cable    2. (Portercable)    3. Air Compressors    4. Oil-less Compressors    5. Stacked    6. (Compresors)    7. (Compressers)   


106. Fein MSXE-636-2 Multi-Master Electric Variable Speed Kit with Flush Cutting Blade & Scraper Blade
Tools & Hardware
list price: $310.00 -- our price: $239.99
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Asin: B0000223OP
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

With the Fein MultiMaster the possibilities--and the tool'scapabilities--are seemingly endless. Here's a list of what Fein saysyou can do with the MultiMaster: sanding, scraping, sawing, rasping,cutting, slicing, and grout removal. And that's just for starters. It'sa compact little 2-1/2-pound tool that sits comfortably in your hand,and, because it oscillates instead of orbiting or rotating, it offersliterally no hand fatigue from vibration. It includes a fabulous bunchof accessories that let you take up old flooring; trim new flooringunder a door; remove old grout; sand anything anywhere; saw into allkinds of material with a .5 mm kerf; remove old paint, adhesives,caulking, oil stains, and graffiti; and plunge cut into drywall forrepairs. It comes in a sturdy case with 30 sheets of sandpaper and allthe accessories, including a book full of projects. There's even anoptional dust-collection accessory (sold separately). The barrel gripfeels great in your hand and makes you want to do all those householdchores you've been putting off. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • One-year warranty
  • Quiet, vibration-free operation
  • Detail sander, saw, and scraper in one
  • Unique oscillating action
  • Virtually eliminates hand operations

Reviews (42)

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every cent
This baby is wonderful. I have a trawler with lots of teak and this tool has been invaluable in allowing me to effectively get to hard to reach, tight spots.

5-0 out of 5 stars BUY THIS
I am frequently disappointed withspecialty tools that are not much more efficient than their old manual counterparts.Not this tool.I am stripping and refinishing every door and window in an 80 year old house.I cannot count the number of coats of paint.I have been using gallons of toxic paint stripper for the difficult to reach parts at $25.00 per gallon.Forget that I am probably poisoning the whole family, this stuff gets expensive.Now, in combination with traditional sanders,
I can stop using the chemicals.

The scraper works really well.With light passes it takes off the paint pretty quickly.With any pressure it gets right down to the wood (use caution or you will go through the wood).The sander works well, and I am looking forward to using the saw attachments.

More often than not, We get what we pay for.This tool is worth the extra few bucks.

Alas, Amazon did not get the purchase, as they could only ship in one to two weeks.I found one elsewhere for the same price, that shipped the day I ordered.

5-0 out of 5 stars must have tool for finish carpenters
bought this tool back in december 04.if you are doing new door casing but not base, great tool for cutting away the extra base that in the way.sanding out puttied corners, or fine tune a outside base or crown corner..once you use it you will wonder how you got along with out it.I used to carry a japenise cut away hand saw, but this tool is much easier.I use fein would come out with a battery powered one.

... Read more

Subjects:  1. Fein    2. (Fien)    3. Sanders    4. Detail Sanders    5. (Finish Sanders)   


107. FIRST ALERT Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm
by First Alert
Kitchen

Asin: B00005OU73
Sales Rank: 1934
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Happy Consumer
This is a great smoke and CO alarm.It seems to be very sensitive to smoke...particularly when I burn toast.However, it has a convenient silencer button.I always change the battery every 6 months and have not had any problems with it.<br /> <br /> The other person who reviewed this didn't think it was loud enough...I think they need a hearing aid.

1-0 out of 5 stars chirp chirp chirp
This is not and I repeat is not a good alarm. There is one alarm light and you can hardly tell which one is sounding. It looks as if the specs are lying to me and I hate lies. Also the battery died after 6-8 months. The low battery alert is loud and chirps so anoyingly. I also noticed that the alarm sounds a loud shrieking alarm when it sounds. I will return this alarm. Never again will I trust in First Alert! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Electrical    2. Alarms & Detectors    3. Smoke Alarms    4. Carbon Monoxide Detectors    5. Home Safety   


108. JET JW1044 4" to 2-1/2" Adapter
Tools & Hardware
list price: $7.00 -- our price: $5.99
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Asin: B00005A1IQ
Sales Rank: 82
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Reduces 4-inch OD line to 2-1/2 inches OD
  • 4" to 2-1/2

Reviews (20)

2-0 out of 5 stars Size is important
The 4" side fits my 4" quick release well enough.The 2 1/2" side fits the END of a 2 1/2" hose.This does not work well if you intend to go directly from your 2 1/2" port on your machine to your 4" dust collection hose.The adapter and the port will more than likely be the exact same size (two female sides).
The adapter is also not shaped the same as in the picture.It is not funnel shaped but a 2 1/2" tube and a 4" tube connected by a flat piece.

4-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the dewalt table saw
Inially I was upset with this, it didn't fit. Well, my mistake, I didn't see the OD part. Anyway, I found the perfect spot. It fits the 2 1/2 inch port for the Dewalt table saw perfectly. I have now replaced the elbow fitting that came with the saw that for some reason is set to point at the saw leg, making it useless. Now my saw is easy to connect to my 4 inch collection system.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fits great!
The description by Robert Feeser (one of the top 500 reviewers in Amazon) explains'This adapter is great for mating the popular 2 1/2" vacuum hose size to your 4" hoses. This 4" is a male end that will fit well into your 4" hose acting as a female, and the 2 1/2" end is a female that will receive your 2 1/2" hose as a male. :-) I don't know why that is so funny, but it strikes me that way. That is the best description I can give it. These Jet adapters fit perfectly'. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Vacuums    2. Dust Collectors    3. Fittings    4. (Vacumes)    5. (Vaccuums)    6. (Vaccums)    7. (Vacums)   


109. 11.8 CFM @ 135 PSI, 5.5 HP Ingersoll-Rand Air Compressor
by Ingersoll Rand (IR)


Asin: B000121CF4
Sales Rank: 53215
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • FREE SHIPPING!
  • Portable twin tank air compressor has 8 gallon capacity
  • 11.8 CFM 90 PSI

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent compressor, subpar customer service......
I purchased this compressor in May of 2004. Ordered it through Northern Tool.

The Northern Tool company is great in itself, transaction went through cleanly and quickly and the compressor was soon on its way to my home through freight shipping. Ordered a few other tools along with the compressor and those got to my house quickly and at an excellent price. But then when the nightmare began.

I received my air compressor sometime around mid june and broke the engine in as per manufacturer instructions. First day out on the job I ran it for about 10 minutes and it broke down! cost me 200 dollars in lost wages that day!

I called Ingersoll-Rand customer service. After waiting about 20 minutes to actually talk to someone they told me (in a quite rude manner) that I should take it to a specialized certified mechanic in town that fixes all of their products and that it wasnt a problem with the factory.

I took it to the mechanic they had referred me to only to find out they were not an Ingersoll-Rand service center! IR had revoked his certification because he wasnt meeting some kind of quota set by IR!

I called IR back to confirm the place and they told me not to go to the mechanic they had referred me to earlier, instead to go 150 miles south to a shop in Los Angeles! I, rather annoyed, reminded them that I was loosing money every day this machine was down and that I expected better service from them and better quality of product. Well they basicly told me I wasnt important and told me I had no choice but to take it down to Los Angeles or try to fix it myself.

Well I couldnt wait. I took the compressor apart and found out that some numbnut at the factory did not properly tighten the screws on the flywheels that connect the engine to the compressor pump. As a matter of fact it didnt even have the square key thats designed to hold the wheel in place! The wheel on the engine side had been stripped to the point where it was unusable.

Once again I called them to find out if the parts I could order to get this thing up and running again would be covered under warranty, and they told me since I took it apart it was no longer under warranty and that I was up the creek without a paddle.

50 dollars in parts later I had it up and running and I was making money again.

Since then the compressor has been excellent. It has not failed since I fixed it and it has a higher CFM per PSI than other compressors in its price range, and the Honda engine is one of the best and most reliable on the market right now. In all honesty I love this compressor but IRs customer service left a bad taste in my mouth.

Would I recommend this compressor? Yes, just make sure all the parts are tightened and in place becore you start it for the first time, especially the flywheels.

Am I happy with Ingersoll-Rand? Heck no. If push came to shove I will probably buy an Emglo or Dewalt compressor next time. ... Read more


110. Honeywell HZ515 Low Profile Silent Comfort Heater
by Honeywell
Kitchen (29 March, 2005)
list price: $59.99
Asin: B0000BYENW
Sales Rank: 48226
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Features

  • Hi Limit overheat sensor
  • Silent heating
  • Low profile contemporary styling
  • Adjustable thermostat for total comfort control
  • Large, front-mounted heat and thermostat controls for easy use

111. DEWALT DW618PKV 2-1/4 HP Electronic Variable Speed Fixed Base / Plunge Router Combo Kit
by DeWalt
Tools & Hardware (01 October, 2003)
list price: $446.00
Asin: B0000DCAO5
Sales Rank: 6665
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes router motor, bit set, fixed base, plunge base, 1/4" and 1/2" one-piece self releasing collets, wrench, sub-base concentricity gauge, vacuum adaptor, large hole sub-base, and kit box
  • 2-1/4 HP (max. motor HP), for smooth routing in toughest hardwoods
  • Quick release motor latches, to change from fixed to plunge base
  • Electronic variable speed from 8,000 to 24,000 rpm
  • Micro-fine depth adjustment ring in 1/64" increments

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Dewalt Tools Really Are The Best!!
I bought this router because I needed to make some fancy doors on cabinets I was building.This is a great tool. The router is powerful and did not have any problems cutting through hard oak. This is a great kit because sometimes you don't need the plunge base and it's much easier to cut free hand with the fixed base, smaller, more sleek. The dust collection in the plunge base isn't that great but that could be because my shop vac isn't that powerful. I have used this tool a lot and would buy it again if I had to do it over.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for any woodworker!
I was volunteering in a workshop and they had this Dewalt router kit.I was amazed at how quiet and smooth this router was and bought one myself!It is nicely designed.The grips are very comfortable.It is easy to change between the two bases.I love the rpm ramp up feature...this prevents the router from jolting to a start.It comes with a nice case and 5 router bits.
One slight complaint I have is that the on/off switch is hard to reach when both of your hands are on the handle.It is at the top of the router motor unit and is just out of the reach of my thumb.
Dewalt has another winner on its hands!

5-0 out of 5 stars DeWalt's presence in router market is strengthening!
I have researched routers for the past 2 months. I've been in stores, felt them all, looked at them all. Read every review here on Amazon.com and all of those "free reviews" i could read on the internet as well as patwarner.com.

I really really wanted a Porter Cable because I heard they are the best. I didn't like the crude nature of the 690 and I didn't want to twist the MOTOR to move the freaking bit up and down. I'm just getting into woodworking and I wanted something that felt just right. After going into Woodcraft and Lowe's and Home Depot, I chose the DeWalt over the newest Porter cable because:

1) the 890 series, while it feels solid and looks great, has some shortcomings with quality parts--especially the plunge base. It has a PLASTIC depth marker--and some aren't even CLEAR so you have no idea what depth you are at.
2) the dewalt's plunge is the smoothest out of ALL other routers with bosch's and makita's being tied for 2nd. Porter cable's was very very stiff and didn't feel natural. I would be scared i would mar the workpeice pushing down so hard on the dang thing.

Bottom line- I tried and tried to love the new porter cable. And I do, but not as much as the newest Dewalt. However, I still will probably go with their 3 1/4 horse, and a 890 D-Handle if they ever make it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. DeWalt    2. (De Walt)    3. Routers    4. Fixed-Base Routers    5. Plunge Routers   


112. Bucket Boss Brand 01056 Bucket Boss 56 Organizer
by Bucket Boss
Tools & Hardware
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $15.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000022439
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Constructed of durable, rip-proof fabric, the new 56-pocket organizer from Bucket Boss improves on what was already a great idea. Unlike the toolboxes of old, the Bucket Boss organizer stores tools where they're visible and easy to access. And, with 38 exterior pockets and 18 more on the inside, the Bucket Boss really does have a place for just about everything. We've loaded ours down with wrenches, handsaws, screwdrivers, hammers, pry bars, pencils, utility knives, pliers, and drill bit sets. There's even a padded pocket for your cordless drill. We quickly discovered, however, that depending on how you load it, the Bucket Boss can get a little top-heavy. After ours tipped over in the back of our truck, we reloaded it with our hammerheads down, and it hasn't tipped since. We recommend the Bucket Boss 56 for remodelers, carpenters, electricians, repair people, or any other professional who brings a lot of hand tools to the job; it also makes the perfect tool kit for do-it-yourselfers moving through the house from room to room and project to project. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

Features

  • Bucket not included
  • 38 outside pockets and 18 inside pockets; constructed of BossTex ripstop fabric
  • Fully padded cordless drill holster
  • Security pocket with flapped closure
  • Elastic strap for long-handled tools

Reviews (48)

2-0 out of 5 stars Cheap and handy until you truck it around
and it dumps your kit all over the truck bed. The Bucket Boss is a handy organizer for householders and weekenders, but a stout metal toolbox (e.g: Kennedy) or canvas bag (e.g: Gatemouth) or instrument case (e.g: Platt) will be more useful for most everyday workmen.

4-0 out of 5 stars Get a handle...it holds a lot
Great layout, plenty of pockets for everything you need for the do it yourselfer or tradesmen. I have probably 50lbs of tools in the bucket and still have room for more. One suggestion is a handle for the bucket. Take some foam (like the stuff in bicycle pads) and cut it to length then zip tie both ends and cover with duct tape. I would give it 5 stars if it had a second tape ring and a second hammer loop and a cover.

5-0 out of 5 stars Holds Everything I Need
No, the bucket is not included, but I had a stack of them to get rid of anyway.This thing holds just about anything I can think of, to the point that I can hardly carry it.The only suggestion I have is that some of the outside pockets could be deeper, but for under $20, what do you want?It's made of tough material as well and I expect it will last a very long time. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


113. Lincoln Air-Operated Grease Pump
by Lincoln


Asin: B0000AX0TC
Sales Rank: 22321
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114. Hamilton Beach 04913 TrueAir HEPA Replacement Filter for 04162 and 04163 Air Cleaners
by Hamilton Beach
Kitchen
-- our price: $42.99
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Asin: B000050AOW
Sales Rank: 161
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Features

  • HEPA filter with 99.97% filtration
  • For 350-square-foot coverage air purifiers
  • Fast and easy replacement
  • Fits models 04162 and 04163

Subjects:  1. Filters    2. Accessories    3. Home    4. Air Purifiers   


115. Makita LS1013 Dual Slide Compound 10" Miter Saw Kit
by Makita
Tools & Hardware (25 February, 2003)
list price: $1,085.00 -- our price: $449.34
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Asin: B0000223I3
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Riding on a horizontal double-rail system, Makita's 10-inch dual sliding compound miter saw is one smooth operator. Both rails are self-cleaning and slide on linear ball bearings. The horizontal rail design also seems to give this saw some extra stability, a feature we appreciate, especially in a saw that bevels to 45 degrees both ways. Makita's saw has a vertical grip design with a thumb-activated safety switch and a paddle trigger, and while the vertical design might be slightly less ergonomic than the horizontal D-handle, it does allow you to use the saw comfortably with either hand. Plus, the paddle grip makes squeezing the trigger easy no matter how you're holding the handle.

The saw crosscuts a two-by-twelve at 90 degrees and also has the depth capacity to cut four-by-four material--a feature deck builders, in particular, demand. The saw's table is large, too, giving you plenty of workspace for making wider crosscuts. The saw's nine positive stops make it easy to lock in common miters. The miter lock on this saw has a screw handle that is a little more time-consuming than recently popular cam-lock design. We really like the soft start and electric brake, however; they're user-friendly features that make a big difference, especially when a job requires a lot of constant, repetitive cuts. The pivot fence adjusts for supporting large stock and flips back for bevel cuts. The saw also has a well-designed work clamp that lets you make precision cuts on small pieces without having to get your fingers too close to the blade. Like most sliders, this saw features a depth-stop mechanism in case you have to make a few quick dado cuts on a job site. And, for home shop users, this saw also gives you the added option of a release safety button that pulls out and locks the saw off. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

Features

  • 13-amp motor with soft start for smooth performance
  • Dual rails for stability
  • Bevels 45 degrees left and right for versatility
  • Miters 0 to 47 degrees left, and 0 to 52 degrees right
  • Adjustable sliding fence supports larger stock

Reviews (76)

1-0 out of 5 stars Makita ??
I have owned this tool for 3 years. I finally give up. After having to re-adjust the tool to square almost daily, after using an angle, I can't justify the wasted time and screwed up project pieces any longer. I ordered a Hitachi.

2-0 out of 5 stars switch to another
This has been, plainly put, the least reliable power tool I've owned.It was okay for the first year or so when I used it to install crown molding and cabinet trim during a kitchen remodel.However, one day it started running intermittently, cutting out and then powering up again, and then it just quit.I went to the local authorized Makita repair shop, bought a switch, and installed it myself (not a tough job).That switch worked for awhile, then it quit as well.I let the saw sit while I bought a third switch, but before installing that switch, I tried the second switch again.It worked.It continued to work for a couple of months, then the saw quit altogether, this time during a fencing job.I ended up doing all cuts freehand with a Skilsaw Mag 77 (now there's a good tool!).

I installed the third switch in the Makita, and it didn't work at all.I'm about to give up.

I asked the guy at the shop if this type of problem is common.He retorted with, "Why do you think I have so many switches in stock?"Really, the saw is accurate and ergonomic.It's also frustratingly temperamental, and no one has time for this kind of problem.Time to get rid of it and get a DeWalt or a Ridgid.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice Saw
The first saw I recieved was damaged somehow.Most likely in shipping.I recieved another unit and noticed one thing.It looks maybe like all the models after 01/05 are painted/powdercoated aluminum.The replacement saw I got had a build date of 09/04 and was just bare alum.No big deal. Worked great out of the box.The Makita smooth cut blade it comes with is nice.Very very smooth cuts.I was cutting some chair rail and one small piece did get cought and kicked back.It kinda split the kerf board on the right side.It happed again and broke even more.Good lesson, used the supplied work clamp.The clamp works well, but as you tighten the knob on your work, it wants to pull the whole clamp assembly out of the base.This is because it is held in by a thumb screw on the base.I would hate to tighten the thumb screw to much and break it.
Over all, very nice saw.Well worth the money. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Makita    2. (Maketa)    3. (Mikita)    4. Saws    5. Miter Saws    6. (Mitre Saws)    7. (Mitersaws)    8. (Mitresaws)   


116. Hamilton Beach 04923 TrueAir Replacement Carbon Filters for 04162 & 04163 Air Cleaners, 3-Pack
by Hamilton Beach
Kitchen
list price: $20.00 -- our price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000050AOX
Sales Rank: 94
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Compatible with Hamilton Beach 04162 and 04163 model air purifiers
  • Works in tandem with HEPA filters and UV germicidal lights
  • Absorbs unpleasant odors in a room
  • Covers up to 350 square feet
  • Customized for fast and easy replacement

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Surprising benefit - quieter!
Ordinarily I would not be particularly excited about odor-removing filters.However, I was surprised after installing my first replacement set of odor filters that my purifier (model 04163) ran much quieter at the lowest speed setting.I'm not entirely sure of the added electrical cost of running these filters (I have pet birds that generate a lot of dust and dander and the filters run 24/7), but it may be that the reduced fan speed to get the same air discharge will save me money.Nice!

3-0 out of 5 stars Expensive
Quiet enough but not particularly affordable. Wish for a generic. ... Read more

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117. IRWIN 224134 3/4" Pipe Clamp
by IRWIN
Tools & Hardware (15 October, 2003)
list price: $15.72 -- our price: $12.34
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Asin: B0000CCXVO
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Move your orange clamps over and make room for Irwin. There are so many improvements on this fixture that we're just plain impressed. At the top of the list is the longer handle design that actually prevents the skinned knuckles woodworkers have come to expect. A close second is that these clamps don't need threaded pipes, an idea we applaud. The feet are bigger, and there are no downsides to that-—you get more clearance and more stability. The "double-thread design" means it takes less pressure to close on your workpiece, which means less fatigue for the user. We found the mechanism smooth and easy to operate, and if orange just isn't your color, this may be the perfect fixture for you.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Innovative clutch system eliminates the need for threaded pipe
  • Larger feet offer more stability and clearance between handle and worktop
  • Larger, more ergonomic handle offers easier clamping with reduced hand fatigue
  • Larger clutch plates allow for easier release and increased durability and dependability

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product - ignore the bad reviews
The few negative reviews here about the clutches being installed backwards almost kept me from buying these, but I decided to give them a try anyway since intuitively it seemed that the clutches and spring must be user serviceable.They arrived a day ago and I just got some black iron pipe for them to check fit and operation, and I must say I am very impressed with these clamps.The fit is tight and precise, the screw turns easily without binding, and the sliding jaw moves easily along the pipe.Cosmetically they are much nicer than any other I have seen in stores.The clutches on mine were all installed properly -- however, had they been installed in any other manner I could have simply compressed the spring by hand, removed the clutch plates and reinstalled them in the correct orientation!No problems there (I tried it and verified that if installed upside-down they will cause the problem mentioned in previous reviews, but as I said this is easily fixed).I bought these because of the extended height of the feet, which do allow knuckle clearance when operating the hand screw.The feet seem to be wider also, making these more stable.One thing I did notice is that the entire screw length can not be used due to the handle butting up against the end of the clamp when tightened all the way (maybe an inch of unused threads) but this is trivial -- there is plenty of thread length to do the job.I bought four sets of these for some furniture building projects I am working on, and will buy more in the future!The only things this clamp does not have vs. the Rockler ones is the lip on the threaded foot for hanging on a rack, and pre-drilled holes for mounting extention blocks.I plan to take a 2x4 and cut some notches in it so I can simply slide the pipe into the notch with the threaded jaw resting on the top for easy hanging, and if I ever need to mount anything to the jaws I can drill the holes easily enough.I do like the fact that the pipe does not have to be threaded, although the pipe I bought has threads cut and it works great.If you're looking for a high-quality pipe clamp buy these!Feel free to email questions to me (just remove the "nospam" from the address).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product - ignore the bad reviews
The few negative reviews here about the clutches being installed backwards almost kept me from buying these, but I decided to give them a try anyway since intuitively it seemed that the clutches and spring must be user serviceable.They arrived a day ago and I just got some black iron pipe for them to check fit and operation, and I must say I am very impressed with these clamps.The fit is tight and precise, the screw turns easily without binding, and the sliding jaw moves easily along the pipe.Cosmetically they are much nicer than any other I have seen in stores.The clutches on mine were all installed properly -- however, had they been installed in any other manner I could have simply compressed the spring by hand, removed the clutch plates and reinstalled them in the correct orientation!No problems there (I tried it and verified that if installed upside-down they will cause the problem mentioned in previous reviews, but as I said this is easily fixed).I bought these because of the extended height of the feet, which do allow knuckle clearance when operating the hand screw.The feet seem to be wider also, making these more stable.One thing I did notice is that the entire screw length can not be used due to the handle butting up against the end of the clamp when tightened all the way (maybe an inch of unused threads) but this is trivial -- there is plenty of thread length to do the job.I bought four sets of these for some furniture building projects I am working on, and will buy more in the future!The only things this clamp does not have vs. the Rockler ones is the lip on the threaded foot for hanging on a rack, and pre-drilled holes for mounting extention blocks.I plan to take a 2x4 and cut some notches in it so I can simply slide the pipe into the notch with the threaded jaw resting on the top for easy hanging, and if I ever need to mount anything to the jaws I can drill the holes easily enough.I do like the fact that the pipe does not have to be threaded, although the pipe I bought has threads cut and it works great.If you're looking for a high-quality pipe clamp buy these!

2-0 out of 5 stars Quality Control
I was really happy to see the new improved clamp design available from Irwin at a reasonable price. When I put the first one I had ordered together I could not figure where I had gone wrong, as the clamp did not sit flat on the bench top. I checked the product reviews online to find that the improper installation of the clutch plates is a pervasive issue. Very disappointing. Until I see that Irwin has addressed the issue I will look for alternative versions at Rockler.com as another user suggested, and continue using the Pony Clamps that are proven performers. ... Read more

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118. DEWALT DW4KIT-2 18-Volt XRP 1/2" Drill/Driver/Hammerdrill, Reciprocating Saw, Circular Saw, and Floodlight Kit
by DeWalt
Tools & Hardware
list price: $1,035.00
Asin: B00005O02J
Sales Rank: 6436
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • All tools run off DeWalt's 18-volt XR+ batteries (two batteries included)
  • Drill/driver/hammerdrill uses a DeWalt-built high-torque motor to deliver 450 in./lbs. of torque. Reciprocating saw operates at 0-2,800 spm with a 7/8-inch stroke
  • Circular saw cuts two-by material at 90-degrees and 45-degrees
  • Floodlight has flexible neck to point beam in any direction

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great long-term investment.
I write this review from the perspective of an aggressive hobbyist.My first power tool purchase was a DeWalt compact 12 volt drill/driver.My primary use for this tool was fixing small things in the nightclub at which I worked during my college years.As my skills gradually increased I began to take on more demanding tasks.It was clear to me that I needed some other tools and a little more power also.Frankly I didn't do much market research as I was satisfied with my DeWalt drill.Having said that, I will not compare this tool set with others on the market.

The price tag for the combo had me second guessing myself so I asked a contractor if I actually needed a $500 tool set.He advised me that I had to make my decision based on my projected frequency and intensity of usage.According to him, the cheaper tools often have weaker motor housings.In other words, the tool will break if it is pushed too hard and will, generally, have a much shorter life span.Not to mention diminished accuracy and power.

So if your usage is going to be: (1) Light and infrequent, consider an alternative to this combo.(2) Heavy and/or frequent, purchase a high-performance combo.

A word of caution, err on the side of purchasing the high-performance combo if you are not sure if your usage over time will increase.

After two years my combo still functions flawlessly.

Hammerdrill/drill/driver: This tool does what it states.It is nice having a light duty drill/driver as the 18-volt version can get heavy after a couple hours of work.For light duty work, a compact 12-volt drill/driver is ideal.Even in general, having two drill/drivers with you can save you a lot of time as you can place two different accessories in each drill.i.e. a drill bit in one and a screw tip in another.As a note, the hammerdrill feature works well, but within reason.This tool is not primarily designed for such use.
I have used this combination of drill/drivers to complete these two major tasks:
Extend a deck.Including anchoring posts into concrete footings and attaching ledgerboard into concrete.
Complete a rough framed room.As helpful info, there is a cheap depth setting drywall bit DeWalt makes that's a great time saver for setting screws in drywall.

Reciprocation Saw:There are a million uses for this saw, just pop in the appropriate blade and cut away.The only major drawback is that the saw vibrates a lot as it is relatively light weight.This makes clean plunge cuts difficult and while recip saws are made for rough cutting, it is a little more difficult to cut a straight line compared to some other recip's I have seen.Do not let me discourage you, I could list a hundred positives, but that would encompass more space than allowed.

As I truly enjoy the functionality of this saw, I purchased the 24-volt version.The 24-volt is a monster tool, but in retrospect my decision was not a good one.I already had a cordless recip; I did not need another one.I would have been better suited with a top of the line Milwaukee corded sawzall.This saw is a powerhouse, half the cost of my 24-volt DeWalt as it is corded, and an industry leader.If you ever need a more powerful recip saw, this would be my recommendation.

A final note.All of the tools in this package have been upgraded.The new 18-volt recip is a little heaver and has a 1 inch stroke (mine has ¾ inch).This may have corrected the flaw mentioned earlier.

Circular saw: This is a very functional saw.It cuts very well and comes with a rip cutting extension.I have only one complaint: The base is flimsy.It works, but a stronger base would have been a benefit.

After using this saw for 2 years, I decided it was time for me to move on to a more powerful saw.I was debating the DeWalt lightweight, high-strength base model with the DeWalt 364K which is the heavy duty version (and very heavy).I paid the extra $20 for the heavy duty model based on the reasoning that I already have a good light weight circular saw (my 18-volt).Also I may, in the future need powerful cutting power for lvl, concrete, brick, etc... Not to mention running my 18-volt through a lot of pressure treated wood is an abuse in my eyes.The 18-volt will take it, but that really is the place of a corded saw.I would recommend the DW364K if you need corded power to add to your tool set.However, I did not do any market research on corded circular saws so it may be worth your while to research some other brands for a corded circular saw (consider Skil and Bosche).

In the upgraded version of the 18-volt circular saw now available, the base plate is solid.This resolves my major drawback.

Also, buy a 24 tooth carbide blade, the 16 tooth blade included is a very rough cutting blade.

Flashlight:Works well, nice to be able to hang it on things.

For sustained work involving two or more of your tools you really need a third battery and a second charger.I would suggest purchasing another 18-volt tool you need as the cost of an extra battery and charger is significant.Do not buy the 18-volt jigsaw.It is my only DeWalt tool I am not satisfied with.The bevel lock comes loose while cutting every now and then; ruining the piece you are working on.If you need a jigsaw, purchase a Bosche; they apparently make the best jigsaws.

I sincerely hope this review helps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest Tools In The Worls
Theses four tools are the greatest, The drill is the best you can buy, strong enough to drill through anything.The reciprocating saw is wonderful for anything, even a quick prune of a low tree branch.The Circular Saw comes with the framing blade, cuts quick and the blade doesnt dull if you hit a nail or two, and the light is great for when you need an extra hand to hold a light, just adjust it and set on a flat surface and you have light to work by.I have had these tools for a few months now. I even try to find an excuse to use them.

1-0 out of 5 stars Made in Mexico
A word of warning before you spend your hard earned money on DeWalt tools.Black and Decker (they actually make DeWalt) recently moved the manufacturing of DeWalt tools from Easton, Maryland to Mexico.Most of the DeWalt tools being sold now were either manufactured in Easton after layoffs were announced or were made in the new Mexico facility.The facility has been riddled with problems from day one and may never produce the same quality tools as the Easton plant.Yes, every tool maker now manufactures outside the US, but DeWalt admittedly priced their tools higher because they could stamp "Made in America" on them.Now all they have is higher prices, a bright yellow case stamped "Made in Mexico".I am not telling anyone not to buy DeWalt, just sharing the truth. ... Read more

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119. Grizzly G1033 20" Planer
by Grizzly


Asin: B0000DD0BT
Sales Rank: 12751
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Features

  • Feed rates: 16 FPM and 20 FPM
  • Maximum cutting height: 8-5/8"
  • Maximum cutting width: 20"
  • Motor size (single phase 220V): 3 H.P.
  • Shipping weight approx.: 785 lbs.

120. DEWALT D51238K 18-Gauge Brad Nailer Kit
by DeWalt
Tools & Hardware (14 September, 2001)
list price: $246.00 -- our price: $99.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005NMUV
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Light as a feather and mean as a junkyard dog, DeWalt's18-gauge brad nailer is a heck of a tool. We like the fit and feel ofit, and DeWalt wins points from us for putting low-nail indicators onthe side and the top of the magazine. The sliding depth adjustment isfantastic: just unlock it with your index finger, slide the adjustmentwith your other hand, and you're ready to fire. Like DeWalt's othernail guns, this model has a nice plus in the 360-degree swivel exhaustcap that directs the flow away from you. Great pad, too--it didn't maranything to which we introduced it. We like it. --Kris Jensen-VanHeste ... Read more

Features

  • Magazine holds 110 nails from 5/8-to-2-inches in length, straight collation
  • Side low nail reload indicator window
  • Four position vertical slide for indexed depth setting
  • Lightweight aluminum frame, tool weighs just 2.8 pounds
  • Tool-free jam clearing and 360-degree exhaust

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm buying one for every guy in my shop
I received this nail gun as a free gift from DeWalt for purchasing a certain amount of products from them.I had previously used only Spot Nails and Omer nail guns, available only through a supplier, but as soon as I tried the DeWalt, I could tell it was superior even to my Spot Nails gun.I've used it for two years now in the cabinet and molding industry, and as my shop has grown, I will be getting a few more of these nail gun for my guys to use.I have recommended this gun to all of my friends in the industry.I do not blindly endorse DeWalt products, but this nail gun really is a good product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Woodshop work
I bought this item two years ago. I don't really use it all that often and it seems to have problems.The two inch Brads Jam. I ordered new parts and installed them and it still jams on 2" brads. All other size brads work without jamming. It really cost me a couple of man hours with the 2" brad choke. The next garage sale it's gone. I'll stay with Bostitch and Senco, they are my workhorses.

5-0 out of 5 stars Effortless
Bought this nailer for applying window trim in a screen room being enclosed with glass to convert it to a 4-season room.Sure beats holding the nail & llightly tapping it with a hammer & then worrying about accidentally hitting the glass with the hammer.There is no recoil & the only thing slowing me down is how fast the sleeve of nails disappears!No misfires, no problems, a real joy to use.Got the work done in at least 1/3 the time compared to a hammer & nail. ... Read more

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