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121. Petzl E43P Tikka LED Headlamp
122. DEWALT DW744S 10" Portable Table
123. DEWALT DC500 Multi-Volt Cordless/Corded
124. Freud 91-100 13-Piece 1/2" Shank
125. Powermatic 1791263K Model 719A
126. Honeywell 22500 Hepa Replacement
128. HOLMES HM-5125 Warm Mist Humidifier
129. DEWALT DW057K-2 18V Impact Wrench
130. Senco FP10 FinishPro 10 23 Gauge
131. Powermatic 1660760K Model 66 3
132. Osborne EB-3 Miter Guide
133. DeLonghi DFH469M SafeHeat Fan
134. Woodstock International G1843
135. iRobot Roomba Replacement Filters
136. Bionaire SmartTouch Ceramic Heater
137. Shop-Vac 952-02-625-Gallon 4.5
138. Forrest WW10407125 Woodworker
139. Sandhill 501S Quilted Moving Blankets
140. Two Sharper Image Ionic Breeze

121. Petzl E43P Tikka LED Headlamp
by Petzl
Tools & Hardware
list price: $34.99
Asin: B00006LUMC
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

As the evening descends on your 10-mile hike, which took just a bit longer than you anticipated because of the detour around the black bear, aren't you glad you brought the Tikka headlamp to light your trail the rest of the way? Among the most compact and lightweight headlamps in Petzl's catalog, the Tikka is not only terrific for hiking but also for close-in detail work, such as whittling carefully crafted marshmallow sticks at the campfire. The Tikka features a 150-hour burn time, gives off a very white light, and comes with an adjustable elastic strap that fits any size head or helmet. Backpackers, mountaineers, and spelunkers should all buy one. ... Read more


  • Delivers 150 hours continuous light
  • Perfect for camping, hiking, home projects--any time you need extra light
  • Comfortable adjustable strap with cushion forehead pad
  • Fits in the palm of your hand
  • Extremely lightweight--weighs only 2.5 ounces

Reviews (15)

4-0 out of 5 stars Not perfect, but better than most
Petzl's Tikka series lamps are hard to beat for function, price, and practicality.Sure, there are lighter weight LED-type lights out there that use watch batteries, but standard AAA batteries are much easier to come by when you're camping/trekking in out of the way places than a specific type of watch battery.The burn time is phenomenal, compared to conventional incandescent lamps, and the Zipka lamp is a very ingenious little headlamp, with its retracting strap and tiny size.They both put out a good field of usable light, and it stays bright for most of the battery life (usually 100-150 hours).As for the criticism that the Tikka line does not have a multiple intensity or flashing setting, or an adjustable angle, Petzl has introduced "Tikka Plus" and "Zipka Plus" lines which offer all of those features, though at a slightly higher price, with slightly more weight and a little bit shorter burn times.They've improved the switch too, for the plus models to allow for the multiple function settings, eliminating the original less-than-perfect slide switch, and the possibility of the lamp turning itself on by mistake.I own several lights in this series, the Tikka, the Zipka, and recently, a Zipka Plus, and I use them constantly whether bicycling, reading in my tent, hiking down a trail at night, or running tv cable in my crawlspace and have nothing but praise for each light.

5-0 out of 5 stars great/useful light
I recently bought this light and it has been a very pleasant experience. I use it for reading late at nite and for working/fixing things around the house (it is 20 times easier to get light in the place you want it with this rather than with your wife trying to point the light at what you need it pointed at).Overall a good product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Junky switch + Great light = One Heck of a Problem
It's true (as many before me have said) that the switch is pure hell.Flickering everytime I turn it on.Sometimes the light seems very dim until I mess with the switch and realize it's just not 'contacting' well.

The problem is I LOVE the light.I'm too stupid and cheap to throw it away.So I continue on and suffer every night (since I usually use it as a reading light).

Go ahead and buy it.It's nice.It's blue and the light it great.But you've been warned about that darn switch... ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Travel Accessories    2. Book Lights    3. Book Lamps    4. Reading    5. (Booklights)    6. Camping Accessories    7. Lighting    8. Cordless Tools    9. Lights    10. (Volt)    11. (V)    12. Flashlights    13. (Flash Lights)    14. Work Lights    15. (Jobsite Lights)    16. (Job Site)   

122. DEWALT DW744S 10" Portable Table Saw
by DeWalt
Tools & Hardware
list price: $918.00 -- our price: $499.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004T93N
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The first thing we look for in a table saw--portable or otherwise--is an accurate, smooth-working fence, and the telescoping fence on DeWalt's 10-inch portable table saw impressed us immediately. Fully extended, the fence delivers a 24-1/2-inch rip capacity, letting you cut to the center of a 4-by-8-foot sheet, while the rack-and-pinion design lets you make microadjustments fast and accurately. We also liked how the fence rides on both the front and back rails so that it's parallel to the blade at all times. The telescoping rails retract, too--when the job's done, the saw is easy and safe to transport.

Like most 10-inch portable saws, DeWalt's has a 3-1/8-inch depth capacity at 90 degrees and a 2-1/4-inch capacity at 45. The 15 amp motor cranks plenty of torque and doesn't lag when cutting hardwood or pressure-treated stock. Performance aside, DeWalt clearly also kept safety in mind when designing this saw. Its oversize on/off switch is positioned so you can easily bump it off with your knee if you get into trouble making a cut. The arbor on Dewalt's saw also has the capacity for a full dado stack. Add to that the saw's dust-collection hookup and sturdy steel stand, and you've got a portable table saw that can hold its own in the shop. --Jon Groebner ... Read more


  • Large 26-1/2-by-19-1/4-inch table top provides ample material support
  • 3-1/8-inch depth of cut at 90 degrees and 2-1/4-inch depth of cut at 45 degrees
  • Features a 15 amp high-torque motor provides the power to cut pressure-treated lumber and hardwoods
  • Telescoping fence delivers 24-1/2 inch rip capacity to handle 8-foot sheet material
  • Rack-and-pinion design makes fence adjustment fast, smooth, and accurate

Reviews (61)

4-0 out of 5 stars This saw is so awesome !!
After using this saw for only a few hours, I am so in love with it !! It is well worth the money. I do think that for the price Dewalt should include the outfeed support. I also would have preferred a 4" dust port, but hey, you can't have everything.
The rack and pinion fence is right on the money. Dewalt has done it again. They make good stuff !!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great saw
It's light, easy to use and the rip fence on gear tracks is excellent. No place to wind the cord is kinda crappy, and the blade angle adjustment slides rather than having something like the knob used for the rip fence for adjustments. The frying pan coating on top doesn't last long if you don't wipe it down with some WD-40 once in a while. I've used it as a jobsite saw and to build cabinets, speaker boxes, cut plexiglass, etc. It's not a $1500 cabinet saw but if you screw a sheet of plywood to a couple sawhorses as a outfeed table and take some care in your cuts, it works awesome for something one person can carry.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic saw for its class
I've had this saw for a year now.I have a small shop and didn't want to sacrifice the permanent square footage for a stationary cabinet model.So I was only looking for a portable...but a good portable.I am not a professional in any trade, but am a very seasoned DIY'er, particularly with woodworking.I've made a few pieces of furniture with the saw and I don't regret its purchase at all.Here are my thoughts on this item:


1) Portability, portability, portability.I usually have it set up on the leg stand in my shop, buy have needed to transport it mutliple times either inside my house or to other sites I worked at.

2) The 15 amp motor is impressively beefy, considering it is a portable, and cuts quite nicely through any wood I've tried so far (including oak and birch).

3) The folding legs are easy to set up and EXTREMELY sturdy when the saw is on and properly bolted on (bolts are not included though...)

4) The fence is great.Easily adjusts and stays true and parallel (a minor flaw though...see below).


1) When saw dust gets built up on the pinion gears for the fence adjusting mechanism, the gear(s) sometimes slip over one tooth and the fence gets out of parallel.However, you'll easily know when it happens (if you don't notice it by eye, you'll quickly notice the wood binding up in the blade!)However, it is a quick and easy fix by hand to put it back parallel...and impetus to keep your tools clean.

2) The blade guard is relatively cheaply built and a nuisance. Although it is a cardinal sin, I never use the guard.

3) The open ended arbor wrench stripped open a little bit after a few months of moderate use.I switched a lot between a ripping, cross cutting and dado blades when making two pieces of furniture.The mouth on the open ended wrench seemed to have stretched out a little and would slip off the arbor when I was trying to tighten/loosen the arbor nut.After banging up my knuckles a few times, I ordered a new wrench from the DeWalt service center near me (only costs about $2).Unfortunately, a normal open-ended wrench is too wide to fit need to use the thin DeWalt wrench.

4) The combo blade that comes with it is relatively cheap.It cuts fine through most woods, but leaves blade marks.Also, there is more splintering/tearing than I would like when cutting through plywood.I highly recommend splurging on a Forrest Woodworker II blade and dampener.Flawless cuts on this was with the Forrest blade.

Overall, I absolutely love this tool.The price seems high (and sort of is considering it is portable), but the DeWalt quality is worth it compared to the much cheaper Ryobi and Makita models.The negatives I have listed are fairly minor; mere nuisances with easy fixes.Be sure to check the fine tuning of the fence width ruler and parallelness of the fence.I had to tweak them a little before I first used the saw to get everything just right.If you need portability and want to save space but don't want to sacrifice a lot of the benefits of a cabinet saw, this tool is a must! ... Read more

Subjects:  1. DeWalt    2. (De Walt)    3. Saws    4. Table Saws    5. Bench-Top Table Saws    6. (Tablesaws)    7. (Portable)   

123. DEWALT DC500 Multi-Volt Cordless/Corded Vac
by DeWalt
Tools & Hardware (20 September, 2003)
list price: $180.00 -- our price: $99.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000CCXTN
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Light, portable, versatile, and powerful, DeWalt's new little vac is a great invention. We love that it's powered by a 12- to 18-volt battery, allowing for use when the power's off or you're too far from an outlet, and that you can also plug it in for continuous use. If you're a DeWalt fan, it's likely you already have the 12- to 18-volt batteries and the charger, so the fact that this is sold without those won't affect you. But that's a change we'd like to see DeWalt make. Other than that, it couldn't be better. The five-foot hose is flexible, and the cleaning tools fit on board. The suction's impressive, whether on AC or DC power. Unlike other wet-dry vacs, you don't have to change out the filter innards when switching from wet to dry, and we just love that. Just rinse it off to clean it. Its high-efficiency filter is listed at trapping 99.7 percent of dust, and in our book, less dust in the air is a good thing. When you're wet-vacuuming, just empty the tank through the drain port. It's light as a feather, super-portable, and plenty powerful.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Includes crevice tool and wide nozzle
  • Runs off of 12-18V DEWALT battery packs or 120V AC
  • Heavy-Duty rubber hose provides durability and flexibility
  • Wet/dry filter eliminates change overs
  • High efficiency filter traps 99.7% of dust

Reviews (33)

5-0 out of 5 stars There's no end to its usefulness...
Though I have an excellent Fein shop vacuum, I get tired of dragging it all over the house for what amounts to light clean-up jobs.I decided to leave my Fein in the workshop and give this vac a try as my "portable" unit.I am extremely pleased with this decision!I have found that this vacuum operates equally well when plugged into the wall or when it is running off of my 14.4v battery pack.I was worried that suction would diminish if I used the battery option, but it does truly seem to have the same suction power with both power sources.As for the suction, it is of course not as strong as a quality, full sized shop vac - but for what it is intended, it does a great job.Remember, what you lose in suction you gain in mobility.I have had no problem sucking up sawdust, drywall dust, dirt, dead bugs, etc.Honestly, the longer I have this thing the more uses I come up with for it.By disconnecting the hose and attaching it to the exhaust side of the vacuum, you have a small blower.Though I wouldn't say it is powerful in this capacity, I am able to blow all of the grass clippings off of my patio after mowing the yard (in cordless mode of course).All in all, this is a very useful and well designed tool that I highly recommend.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great mini vac
Handy little vac for impromptu small pick-up chores. I keep it in a cubby near the kitchen for quick crumb and dust pickup, and nailing those pesky red beetles that accumulate in the ceiling corners. The wand, brush, etc from my Hoover up-right all seem to fit well on the DC500 hose. I bought an extra filter but it was a waste of $$, as the filter cleans easily with a tap, or blow it off with compressed air. Best tool I ever have had for drawers, closet corners, cabinets, all those little clean up chores that wipeing and dusting don't do the job. Also handy for electronic equipment. Consider it as a Dust Buster on steroids. ShopVac it aint!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must-Have for your DeWalt cordless tool collection
I have one of these units at work.It gets used on a daily basis cleaning computer shelves, cabinets, and keyboards.Let me state that it is perfect for that type of application.It holds more debris than your typical cordless handheld vacuum.The suction power is also more powerful.This unit has dual power source capability.Meaning, you can use the attached power cord to run it off of AC power, or you can insert a DeWalt power tool battery to run it as a cordless vacuum cleaner.

This unit would be a very nice addition to your DeWalt cordless tool collection.It is a perfect tool for light clean up jobs around your home or work place.However, like the previous reviews have stated, "this is not a replacement for your heavy duty shop vacuum".The motor is simply too small for heavy duty work.Anyway, that is not its intended purpose.Removing water out of a flooded bathroom is probably too much to ask from this vaccum.However, it will do nicely for cleaning your car's carpet and upholstery.

This vacuum uses the same battery as the DeWalt heavy duty cordless drills.It will use a 12, 14.4, or 18 volt.Naturally, the bigger the battery, the more run time you can expect.At work, I have access to an unlimited number of 18 volt XRP batteries.Our maintenance shop has dozens of them constantly charging at any given time.I do not have to worry about running out of battery power.I can expect at least 15 minutes of continuous usage out of an 18 volt XRP battery.That is more than plenty for my light usage.The ability to use AC power is always there.That is the advantage of the dual power source capability.The one feature that is lacking in this area is that the unit does not recharge the attached battery even when the power cord is plugged.To recharge the battery, you must use a DeWalt charger.

Batteries and chargers are not included.This vacuum would be more beneficial to those who already own a set of DeWalt batteries and a battery charger.DeWalt batteries are expensive.But, if you already own a DeWalt drill, then it would be relatively inexpensive to add this drill to your collection.

I highly recommend this DeWalt cordless vacuum cleaner.It is another brilliant and innovative product from the folks at DeWalt.At this time, I know of no other similar product. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. DeWalt    2. (De Walt)    3. Cordless Tools    4. (Volt)    5. (V)    6. Vacuums    7. Wet-Dry Vacuums    8. (Vacumes)    9. (Vaccuums)    10. (Vaccums)    11. (Vacums)   

124. Freud 91-100 13-Piece 1/2" Shank Set
by Freud
Tools & Hardware
list price: $337.60 -- our price: $159.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000225YX
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Are expensive router bits worth the cost? After testing Freud's 1/2-inch shank set, we think the answer is yes. The features found in these Freud bits--long-lasting micrograin carbide/titanium tips, tri-metal brazing, and an antikickback design--make them a better choice than less-expensive options. Each Freud bit is computer-balanced to run vibration- and chatter-free at speeds well in excess of the typical 22,000 rpm of most routers. These bits have a high shear angle that produces less tear-out and chatter marks, leaving a cross-grained cut that requires little or no sanding. Multiaxis grinding helps ensure the proper relief angle on cutting edges regardless of how the bit is oriented. The kit includes a variety of useful bits most frequently used by woodworkers and comes in a sturdy wooden case for maximum protection of the cutting edges. --Tim Block ... Read more


  • High shear angle for less tear-out and chatter marks
  • Bits for V-grooving and flush trimming to chamfering and dovetailing
  • All bits are solid carbide or carbide-tipped
  • Anti-kickback design
  • Perma-SHIELD-coated to reduce friction and heat build-up

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Close To Perfection
What can one really say about router bits? This is a great set; a fine selection of commonly used bits and enough for just about any hand-held routing application. 1/2" shank is the way to go and I'd only use a quarter inch in a pinch. The case the bits come in is substantial as well. My only gripe is that the straight bits seem to be a tad undersized; maybe they're gauged for plywood? In any case, this is a great value and I'm pleased as punch.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Quality
I have used this set of Freud bits in my shop for several years and I have not needed to have them sharpened yet.The cut is smooth and chatter free.These bits seem to cut through the hardest of wood effortlessly.I own many other brands of router bits, and I think that Freud has a far superior product.You may pay a little more for these bits than the cheaper bits from other manufacturers, but the money is well spent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't fault this set
A very fine set of bits, I'm pleased. The only glitch is the plastic form inside the box; it allowed a bit to get loose and rattle around (and chip) during shipping. Amazon set it right, but I wish Freud would find a way of really locking the bits in during shipping. Other than that, a wonderful starter set. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Freud    2. (Frued)    3. Routers    4. Router Bits   

125. Powermatic 1791263K Model 719A Hollow Chisel Mortiser
by Powermatic
Tools & Hardware
list price: $960.00 -- our price: $799.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005OQMC
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Serious craftspeople looking for a dedicated shop machine should consider the Powermatic hollow chisel mortiser. This tool features heavy-duty cast-iron construction, and its 1-horsepower motor turns 1,725 rpm, supplying plenty of power--we made 1/2-inch cuts in a few choice hardwoods with no problem at all. The sliding table rides smooth and sure with depth and length stops and front-mounted hand wheels for linear and cross adjustments. Rack-and-pinion gearing raises and lowers the entire motor head and feeds the mortiser solidly into work. We like the removable, see-through plates for easy access to the chuck and find the lock knob for securing the chisel convenient. --Tim Block ... Read more


  • Two-year warranty
  • Chisel and bit capacity of 1/4- to 1-inch
  • Adjustable stops for setting depth of cut
  • Swing away plate allows access to chuck
  • Adjustable operating handle

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars I thought the Delta 14-651 Mortiser would do the job...oops!
Think of the engineering behind the task. You are taking a square chisel, and not slamming it into some wood with a mallet, but rather taking a long slow plunge. Plunging hardwoods like oak, cherry, maple etc. makes you think it is actually a near impossible task. It is helped because the bit in the center is drilling the core, making it easier for the chisel to scrape the walls down. This process is really a challenge for a drill press with a mortising attachment. Some say it could eventually waste a drill presses bearings. Ok so I stepped up to the plate and bought the Delta 16-541. It appeared to be the best out of the smaller dedicated mortisers, and it does do a nice job. That is as long as you are not doing mortises on anything larger than 4 inches. If your making doors, you need to convert the machine with a base spacer, which takes time, adjustment, and disables the adjuster on the fence. If you are an occasional Mortiser, that will suffice. The range of motion on the Delta is only a little over 3 inches. The 1/2hp motor is adequate, but the bit/motor jammed on me twice in a single project. I had to take the bit apart, clean, realign, and reinstall. I also had to be careful to manually keep the wood tight up against the fence. (No clamp)
All of this takes me to the fullest appreciation of the Powermatic and why I ordered the 719A. The fence has a large quick holding clamp, that assures you that your work is going to stay in a perfect line against the fence. The entire table moves left to right with a 16 inch range, and 4 1/2 inch range front to back by using the large wheels on the front. You simply crank with one hand, and plunge with the other. That is efficiency. If you are using a 1/2" bit, and want to make a 1" mortise, you can use the other wheel, move it back a half inch and finish the run. The Powermatic sports a 1 HP motor, twice that of the Delta, therefore it accepts bits up to 1 inch. So you can even make 1" mortises in a single pass. If you look at the very long plunge handle, you can see that it would be easy to create a lot of leverage.
I was concerned about the board capacity in size, so I called Powermatic. The rep measured the distance between the chuck, and the TOP of the fence, and it measured 9 inches. Add to that the 4 inch height of the fence, and you can see that this is a machine with a large capacity. It also has a plunge range of motion of 8 or 9 inches according to the rep. You can see that the Powermatic will handle most any size board. Using the large control wheel, moving the fence front to back, with a range of 4 1/2 inches, means you could put a mortise in the center of an 8" thick beam. Simply put, you don't need to disassemble anything for a full range of sizes. If you are doing repetitive runs, there is a built in adjustable stop on the right side. With a 282 pound shipping weight, you can put in a good size board, clamp it in, and not worry about it tilting onto the floor.
A last few considerations; It is shipped in two boxes, and one of them is 240 pounds. So my advice is to pay the twenty five dollars extra (current rate) for lift gate service. That way you don't have someone waiting in the truck while you offload the crate from a high bed truck. If you are unloading alone, your back is worth more than that.
The only downside is that the purchase does not include any chisel and bit sets. They are extra. Although I can see why Powermatic would do it that way, considering that Deltas bits, and several others fit the machine as well. That way you can get it for a more competitive price, and add the chisels only as you need them. I asked if the Delta chisels were as good as the Powermatics, and the rep professionally did not make an assertion, but I got from the tone of his voice that they were not. In all fairness Delta has two levels of chisels, at two different price points. Their professional bits are highly rated.
This Powermatic is a great commercial/industrial grade piece of equipment, that should give you a lifetime of service. The efficiency created with the unit will more than pay for itself. A foot activated automatic Mortiser is even more efficient, but you can only justify that level of price tag if you are mortising all day for a living. This Powermatic 719A fills the bill perfectly for a wood working professional, and the serious enthusiast. Highly recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Machine
The machine took a month to arrive.Take Amazon's shipping estimates with a grain of salt.It was easy to assemble while laying down (as other recommenders on this site suggested).However, it was a bear to stand up by myself (other recommenders on this site seemed to imply that it was easy).I would suggest asking a friend to help.The manual leaves a little to be desired.The mortiser itself, on the other, hand meets or exceeds my expectations.So far it seems well worth the investment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Powermatic gets it right.
I unpacked my Powermatic Mortiser and had it up and running in about half an hour.My former tool was a bargain basement type mortiser.Not bad, but hard to set up and get consistent results.I heard the stories about drill press adapters and decided not to go there even though Jet had supplied one with my drill press as a freebie.It's still in the box.Here are three things I would recommend Powermatic attend to.

1.A threaded rod with nuts on the left/right table would make setting the length of the mortise easier and more accurate.I used this scheme on my homemade version.

2.Larger threads on the set screws for the stops would be some added insurance over the long haul.

3.I use a dial indicator to set up some of my machines.I can "dial in" a setting with less fuss and more accuracy.For the heck of it, I put the dial indicator on the bed of the Powermatic mortiser.Over the length of the left/right travel, it had about 0.015" inches run-out.That means for a two-inch mortise there would be less than 0.002" error over its length.For machine tools, 0.015" would be unacceptable.I was surprised to see that much in an x-y table.For woodworking, I wouldn't worry about it.I mention it only to let the Powermatic boys know we're watching you.

Outside of my nit picking, this is one solid, well-made tool.Considering how rapidly and accurately it turns out work, it will be quite a money saver in the long run.

After a few dozen mortises the position of the mortise starts to wander.The dial indicator showed quite a bit of slop in the vertical gibs.A few minutes of adjusting and a shot of aerosol grease and all is well.I check it from time to time but have yet to adjust it again.The bar that holds the left/right stops needed a bit of tightening at the ends.The stops themselves hold pretty well if you're careful not to whack them too hard when you move the bed.I found some parts in my junk box to make a stop for forward/backward motion.This improves the accuracy when making mortises that are wider than the hollow chisel.This might be a good thing to add to future versions.

Consistent light pressure on the clamp works best.Over tightening causes the location of the clamp to wander a bit and the flexture in the workpiece can affect accuracy.A more robust attachment for the clamp would be a good improvement.

Helpful tip:For mortises that show, i.e., not covered by a shoulder or have the tenon protruding from the mortise, scorethe cross grain edge of the mortise before using the Mortiser.Removing the drill from the hollow chisel and setting up your stops makes the Mortiser into a layout tool for the exact locations of the mortise.Make a shallow mark at either end of the stops.Connect the dots with a knife or chisel to eliminate crushed fibers at ends of the mortise.On through mortises start from the "show" side.Stop short of having the hollow chisel go all the way through.Only let the drill break through the back surface and trim with a chisel.A backup piece will not prevent the chisel from tearing out with brittle woods like oak.Flipping the workpiece and cutting from the reverse side often results in a bent mortise.Better to cut deep from the one direction and trim.

Another helpful tip:One of the complaints about hollow chisel mortisers is how the drill sometimes makes a hole wider than the hollow chisel.This leaves an unsightly circular bite along the edge of the mortise.A simple solution to this is to CAREFULLY file the circumference of the business end of the drill until it is smaller than the width of the hollow chisel.Mount the drill on blocks and check with a dial indicator to keep the filing concentric.The slightly smaller drill removes less material, but the difference in force necessary to push the hollow chisel is insignificant.If the drill is slightly out of round, not to worry.It's the hollow chisel that makes the final cut. ... Read more

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

126. Honeywell 22500 Hepa Replacement Filter
by Honeywell
list price: $69.99
Asin: B000050H5Q
Sales Rank: 9791
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Honeywell supports the American Lung Association
  • True HEPA filter lasts one to three years used regularly
  • Fits Honeywell Enviracare 17400, 62500 and 12520
  • Maintain Honeywell performance rating with Honeywell replacement parts

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars 6 months waiting period
I received total 3 email from Amazon for delay approval since I placed the order in Oct. 2004. I finally canceled my order in Feb. 2005.

4-0 out of 5 stars check out HRF-14
Yes, the 22500 does work great, but for less you can get 2 HRF-14s (Honeywell enviracaire UNIVERSAL REPLACEMENT TRUE HELP FILTER) to do the same job...

1-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware!!!!!!!!!
This item does not come from Amazon.It also does not come from Office Depot as calimed in the ad.It comes from Tech Depot - an Office Depot Company.

What is hidden from you here is that this ITEM IS NON-REFUNDABLE.
Even if it is still sealed in the package - Tech Depot will not take it back.

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Asin: B0000WTVK8
Sales Rank: 16609
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  • Comfortable
  • Clear polycarbonate lens
  • Scratch resistant coating

128. HOLMES HM-5125 Warm Mist Humidifier
by Holmes

Asin: B00006WNOA
Sales Rank: 44034
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Your body needs moisture to function properly, but the minute you shut the windows and turn on the heat, humidity drops from an optimal 40-50% as far down as 20%
  • Dry air makes your respiratory system vulnerable to colds and flu
  • Humidifiers are the answer, and Holmes humidifiers feature higher output, longer run times, and easy cleaning and maintenance of heating elements
  • The HM-5125 delivers up to 2.5 gallons of warm, soothing moisture daily
  • Optimized for rooms up to 700 square feet

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Low quality, short life
Plastic is low quality, water tank cap broke after relatively short use, had to replace with something more sturdy.Also, water tank is enough for only one night in "low" setting and less than that in "high".The medicine cup is messy and not useful.Better to spend a bit more and get a decent humidifier if you plan to use this more than a few months.

3-0 out of 5 stars Fair Performer
Easy to use product but didn't last very long.
We worked it hard using it every day for almost a year until it died.It was fairly easy to clean unless you let it go too long between cleanings.Once the mineral deposits on the heater head go thick it was hell to chip them off.The medicine cup/arometherapy is a joke.More mess than it is worth, IMNHO.The unit is easy to fill and overall has a clean easy-to-use design, though the water resevoir's handle is not very sturdy and will break if you aren't careful with it.I'm hoping to find something a little more solid for the replacement. ... Read more

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129. DEWALT DW057K-2 18V Impact Wrench Kit
by DeWalt
Tools & Hardware (01 October, 2003)
list price: $484.00 -- our price: $269.99
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Asin: B0000CCXTQ
Sales Rank: 661
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Includes 1/2" impact wrench, (2) 18V XR+TM PACK extended run-time battery packs, 1-hour charger, and a heavy-duty kit box
  • 1,650 in./lbs. of maximum torque for tightening and loosening large nuts and bolts and driving fasteners
  • Only 6-1/2" long to get you into tighter spots
  • Heavy-duty impact mechanism provides the power while delivering less kickback
  • Heavy-duty magnesium gear case and all-metal transmission for job site durability

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Another good item
I've only used this tool a few times and it has out performed my expectations each time. Working as a marine technician you see a lot of rusty engine mounts, each time I've used it this tool had no problem. Its also well balanced and compact, certinly not a the biggest amount of torque but enough for alot of smaller jobs. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. DeWalt    2. (De Walt)    3. Cordless Tools    4. (Volt)    5. (V)    6. Impact Drivers & Wrenches   

130. Senco FP10 FinishPro 10 23 Gauge Micro Pinner
by Senco
Tools & Hardware
list price: $153.51 -- our price: $129.99
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Asin: B00006F708
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

What a clever little job this is. Our first thought was to take it to the shop and build picture frames--it's perfect for that, along with countless other finish and trim projects. The pins are so tiny, you really wouldn't need to fill the holes. It's as light as a stapler but fastens like a nailer. It has lots of power for its size as well as many of the features of its big brothers, like rear exhaust, easy jam-clearing, fast, simple loading, and a visible warning when your fasteners are running low. We like it!--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Soft grip handle and low load alert
  • FinishPro10 drives a 23 gauge micro pins 1/2- to 1-inch
  • Includes case, fittings, repair tools, and oil
  • 1-year warranty
  • Features rear exhaust and easy fastener length adjustment

Reviews (17)

1-0 out of 5 stars The 23ga micropinners are the best but this one is the WORST
The Idea of a micropinner is awesome. You can shoot 10 1 3/8" pins into a pencil and the pencil will not crack. The holding power is also very good because the pins have glue. The best thing about them is that you don't have to fill in the holes and you still don't see the pins. However, if you want to buy one I would stay far away from the SENCO. It is a cheap tool all around. The magazine jams, pins don't go all the way in, and you have to adjust the tool every time you use a different pin. I personally would suggest puchasing a GREX micropinner from E-Bay for the best price. If you are uncomfortable with the internet then contact GREX.

1-0 out of 5 stars O.K. for a homeowner who will use it a few times.
I owned 4 of these tools in the past for my cabinet shop. Over the past 4 years I have spent over $800.00 in maintenance. The biggest problem is that the driver blade breaks all the time. Since then I have purchased a GREX P635 and P630 and they work great. Over the past year they have only broken 1 driver blade that cost me $13.00. I now own 8 total and I don't have any problems. Stay away from the Finishpro 10 I strongly discourage it.

1-0 out of 5 stars avoid at all cost
This is the 2nd. one of these I,ve had in 2 years, only because the Co. sent me a new one after my 1st. gave it up in less than a year. I'm a professional woodworker who depends on his tools and once again this one has let me down. I mabey at the most use this pinner once or twice a week and it lasted a year almost to the day. I'm very disapointed and will not be buying any more of this brand of tools. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Tools    2. Nailers    3. Finish Nailers    4. (Nail Guns)    5. (Nailguns)   

131. Powermatic 1660760K Model 66 3 HP Table Saw
by Powermatic
Tools & Hardware
list price: $2,580.00 -- our price: $2,299.99
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Asin: B00005OQM4
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Known as one of the few quality saws still made in America,what really sets the Powermatic 66 apart from the competition is about200 pounds of solid vibration-reducing cast iron. The weight of thismachine makes it the smoothest-running tool in its class. A 40-pound,single-piece, cast-iron trunnion reduces vibration from the3-horsepower motor. Combine this with the 28-by-38-inch cast-irontabletop and you have one beefy machine weighing in at just under 600pounds. The unique belt-drive system distributes torque moreefficiently with less wasted energy going to heat. Staying cool means alonger motor life and less wasted electricity. The Powermatic 66 has aconvenient, hinged front access door and a 4-inch dust collection portfor easy connection to standard dust collectors. The 50-inch Accu-Fencehas an interior spring that applies constant pressure when not lockeddown, which takes the slop out of fence movement, improving accuracyand the speed of fence adjustments. It also has replaceable sides witheasy-access screws. Users can adjust the sides so close to the tabletopthat laminates will not slip underneath. The Powermatic 66 is theclassic choice for professional cabinetry and furniture shops, as wellas for hobbyists who spend more time in the shop than on the couch.--Nancy Gleason ... Read more


  • Includes $292 worth of free options: dado insert, motor cover, extension table, and legs
  • Heavy cast-iron trunnion reduce vibration and ensure smoother cuts
  • High-efficiency 3VX drive-belt system delivers torque more efficiently and generates less heat
  • Left-tilting blade prevents binding during bevel cutting, reducing the risk of kickback
  • Award-winning Accu-Fence system creates an easy-gliding, precision fence

Reviews (19)

3-0 out of 5 stars AND THE MOTOR WENT SOUTH
Three years ago I sold my Unisaw, which I had had for 25 years, and bought the PM 66. I thought it was time to own the saw that many consider to be the benchmark standard of the industry.

Almost from the beginning, the motor would occasionally have a strange sound upon starting. The Tech people claimed that dust had migrated into the (sealed) magnetic switch, and I should just blow it out. I don't use the saw everyday, but this would happen every few months, and I would drag my air hose out once again.

Well, one day last week the motor screamed, heated up and died.

Took the motor to an authorized service center for Baldor. They said motor was completely shot, and was defective from the getgo.Said a new motor would be less expensive than fixing this one.

Cost of new motor = $412.

Wrote and called Powermatic.They were sypathetic ("yeah, that happens sometimes"), but said they could not help because the warranty period had expired.

Went up the chain of command, and finally found a guy that said he would give me a new motor for $200. Tired of the battle, and frustrated, gave him my credit card number.

MORAL OF THIS STORY:If you have a problem, don't procrastinate, and don't take no for an answer.That motor was defective out of the box. I knew it, and so did the people at Powermatic. I should have pursued the issue more zealously at the first sign of a problem.And even now, I know I should not have accepted their settlement offer ($200 for a new motor) so meekly.

4-0 out of 5 stars 1/4-20 screws don't cut the mustard!!!
The eagle has landed!!! I finally added the PM66 to my arsenal of tools and it's a beautiful site. I haven't finished the assembly as of yet but here's what I've found so far:
1) The extension tables will not sit flush from front to back. The center area seems to be bowed ever so slightly on both sides.
2) The 1/4-20 screws that connect the front guide rail to the saw are crap. I've already broke two of them. I DID NOT OVERTIGHTEN THEM. It just seems that there will be so much stress and strain on this front rail that a larger, coarser thread should be used. I have purchased stainless steel screws to replace the 3 cent garbage shipped with this $2200 saw. Come on PM, for this kind of money you can't use a better screw???
3) I was told that the saw DID NOT come with a dado insert and I purchased one when I picked up my saw. The insert DOES come with the saw.

I can only hope that the reat of the setup goes smoother than first two steps. I spent the additional money for quality which I can only hope is what I get.

5-0 out of 5 stars Professional Engineer & Woodworking Hobbyist
First let me start by saying that I am a product engineer for one of the largest high quality furniture manufactures in the world. Believe me when I say I know what kind of quality equipment it takes to get the job done right. I did a lot of researching before making my decision.

After I purchased my model 66 in March of '04 I had no problems with the assembly. Everything fit just like the instructions said. I did have to make an adjustment to the top to get the miter slots parallel to the blade. I encourage everyone to check this from the start. This makes it a much easier task to square the fence or any other sled that you make.

After seeing the mobile base at a local woodworking show, I chose not to purchase one. It appeared to be too weak and too expensive at $199 to hold a 600 pound saw. I went to a local steel distributor and purchased the materials I needed to build my own. I also purchased some swivel casters from McMaster Carr. With all that in mind, including having someone to help me fabricate my own mobile base, I have less than $100 in it. I believe my base is far better than anything you can purchase - not to mention cheaper.

In the 6 months since I purchased my 66, I have had nothing but success. I had even read one review where someone had taken a penny and placed in on the top on its edge, turned the saw on and off without the penny falling over. I had to try this myself - it's like magic. Absolutely the smoothest running saw I have used. I was ripping 8/4 lumber with very little effort. By far the smoothest gluing edges I have seen yet. I find it hard to believe that some people had a poor review with their 66. I have heard since purchasing my model 66 that a cheaper Taiwan built saw is available. Could be that someone got one of those. I recommend staying with a USA made saw - this could be the difference. Although the Delta and Jet are a little cheaper, the powermatic is well worth the extra spending. Let face it, you are going to spend $1500 to $1800 anyway - what's another $300 to $600. There's an old saying; you get what you pay for. Being a professional furniture engineer and a woodworking hobbyist, the powermatic model 66 is simply the best saw and investment you will ever make.
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132. Osborne EB-3 Miter Guide
by Osborne Manufacturing
Tools & Hardware
-- our price: $159.99
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Asin: B000067S19
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This might be the most accurate, smartest, and safest after-market saw gauge we’ve ever seen. Instead of the protractor-type gauge that typically comes with a table saw, Osborne built theirs on a triangular model. When they say "rock solid, dead accurate," they’re not kidding: It’s guaranteed to be accurate to within 1/30th of a degree right out of the box. You’ll never have to attach another auxiliary fence to a miter gauge and worry about it warping. Clean, smooth, accurate crosscuts happen every time without hassle. Operation is as simple as your standard miter gauge, but with this ingenious system, even a beginner can’t make a miscut. Repeat angle cuts, and all your workpieces are interchangeable and identical. A telescoping extension means even long boards are fed true into the blade. No pro shop should be without this, and hobby woodworkers will love the results.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Fence is easily reversed to work left or right of blade
  • Accuracy of 1/30th of a degree
  • Guide bar width is adjustable in three places for a perfect fit in saw
  • 9 easy to use preset detents for common angles
  • Fence extension opens to 40 inches

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars GOTTA LOVE IT....
I have been researching a new miter gauge for almost 6 months. I had looked at most of the ones on the market, including the incra line, and Dewalt's copy of the EB-3 (seperate review). Couldn't find anyone who had an osborne in stock, so with a little whining I convinced my local woodworker's store to order a couple in. The problem began when the two units arrived at the store. All the people who work at this particular store are avid woodworkers in their own right. They assembled one of the miter gauges and gave it a try. It was perfect right out of the box. When I arrived several hours later to pick up my osborne miter gauge (they had told me when they would arrive), I had a hell of time prying one out of their hands. They have since ordered a dozen more, some for stock and some for employee's. I took home the one they had already assembled, as I planned on using it as soon as I got home. They had adjusted it to fit on the Jet supersaw..they had no slop and no rock. The face was 90 deg to the table and 90 deg to the blade. Since my saw is the Dewalt 746, I figured I would have some adjusting to slid into my table saw with no adjusting at all. It slides beautifully, with no side to side slop at all. I have no rocking, scraping and have noticed no flexing. The face is 90 to the table and 90 to my saw blade. I checked everything I could check and couldn't find one problem. So of course I figured I was doing something wrong. Can't be this good right out of the box, so I rechecked everything with another set of squares, ran a couple of pieces of pine thru on the 90 setting, perfect, cut a couple 45's, perfect, then the ultimate, 221/2"s, perfect. The last test was to let the Shop Dog sniff it and even he approved. I've had it a week now, made 8 square frames, 6 octagon frames, and 21 corner shelves. The only problem I've had is where to put the gauge when I'm not using it. It does take up a good amount of space if you don't "fold it" for storage, and I am strapped for space.(My saw table is one of my main assembly areas).
I find myself reaching for the Osborn miter gauge instead of one of my sleds now. I would and have reccommended this miter gauge to anyone who is looking for the ultimate upgrade in miter gauges. Its solid, well built and easy to use. "NUFF SAID"
UPDATE...I have been making a lot of traditional style jewelry boxes lately...Christmas ya know...with mitered corners and insert trays. Lot of repetitive cutting. I like to cut my box pieces from one piece of wood so the grain chases all around the box. I made an extra flip stop for my miter gauge so I could set two lengths on the gauge. Now I cut an end, flip the first stop up and cut the front, back to the first stop, cut...well you get the picture. The process is repeated when cutting the miters, get perfectly matched pieces every time. What a time and effort saver. I am going to try and order a second factory flip stop, as my homemade one is a little clunky.
Still highly recommend this miter gauge.
ANOTHER UPDATE...Called Summerville Design...their number is listed in the back of the instruction manual...To get a second flip stop, you have to copy down the part'll need two of the plastic washers....and order it as parts. Their customer service is excellent and the parts totaled $12., including shipping.Someone there took the time to assemble the stop before shipping it...thats customer service! If you are like me and cut a lot of multiple lengths from the same piece of wood this is a valuable addition to your miter gauge, and inexpensive to boot. This whole thing just keeps getting better.

2-0 out of 5 stars Wait for the EB-4
I have some issues with both the design and execution of this miter guage.

First problem is with the guide bar.The adjustment is nearly impossible. I had to run the screws nearly completely through the bar to get any adjustment at all. Then the screws were rubbing on the bottom of the miter slot.What a loud grinding noise that makes! This is what causes the rocking of the miter bar in the slot that is mentioned in most other reviews. The threads in the guide bar are so bad out of the box that the allen screw threads are chewed completely off so that they are nearly impossible to turn. The company's solution to this problem is to include an addional set of adjustment screws.This was no help -it just chewed up those threads too. I removed the bar and examined it closely with a magnifying glass and found that there is lots of slag from the laser cutting of the adjustment slots and threads. I had to spend quite a bit of time with a dremel grinder to fix the threaded holes. Once all of the burs were removed, new screws (purchased from the hardware store) turned easily and adjustment was smooth and precise.

They call the design rock solid, but that is not what I find. If you look at the photos of this tool you can see that the black bar with the markings slide in and out of the red channel.A button on the bottom of the red arm is spring loaded and pushes into holes drilled into the bottom of the black bar for standard angles. You then tighten a thumb screw to lock the setting. You can move the thing to a 45deg. setting in either direction.If you swing the aluminum fence toward you, the black bar move into the red channel.If you swing it away from you to 45 deg. (thy way I would prefer to cut 45s) the black bar moves out of the channel. The design problem pops up in this position. At 45 deg. there is only a little more than 1 inch of the black bar inside the red channel. Even with the thumb screw very tight, the connection between the black and red arms flexes with light pressure at the end of the fence, causing the fence to move approx 2 or 3 degrees and stay there. You can tweak this baby until the end of time and this flexing at this 45 deg. setting will still be there.This is more of a problem with longer, heavier peices of wood.A work-around is to never use that 45 deg. setting. Always swing the bar toward you from the 0 degree (90 deg) setting. Then, of course you must be careful and NOT push the miter guide too far because the black bar will hit the blade.This is why the other settig would be best to use.Additionally, the post at the rear of the bar, to which the red channel attaches, also flexes in this 45 deg. position, but it appears to be the result of the poorly fitting connection between the black and red bars rather that the cause (my opinion) I read a review here which stated that they were able to remove some of the slop by peening the shoulder of that post, and retightening it, but I have not yet tried that. Scratch a star for this design defect.

I was able to perform the Quality Control functions on the guide bar holes myself, but I find it unbelievabe that the company solution is to throw in a few extra allen screws! Scratch another star for really sloppy QC.

I decided to give the Canadian company a call and see if there is a solution to the flexing problem at the 45 degree setting. I told the girl who answered the phone that I was having some problems and she asked me to explain to her. I explained that I had chewed up all 6 screws and that the mounting post at the rear of the guide bat was flexing at the 45 deg. setting. She said she would send out some new screws and a new rear post. I asked for the post because I wanted to try to tighten the post by peening or some other way.A stouter post would overcome some of the flexing that is inherent in the design IMO. That was a Friday. She said the parts would go out Monday. I waited 10 days befor calling back. That time I got the answering maching for Customer Servidce. I left a message asking about the parts and left my phone. That was another 10 days ago. Not a word! Scratch another star for the worst Customer Service!

In summary, I should not have tried to resolve the issues with the company - I should have returned this thing but it is too late now.I can live with the flaws, because, after all, it is a woodworking tool, not a machine tool. However, if you are overly anal about accuracy, you might want to look at something else. Good luck.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected
Upon opening the package, I was impressed with the appearance as the product appeared to be well made. I read the entire phamplet and did the assembly step by step from it. When I placed the unit in the left slot of my Delta Unisaw. I noticed that the guide bar was dragging on the bottom of the slot and if the fence had not been attached the unit would have rocked slightly. Sliding results in an irritating scraping sound. Following the instructions, I eliminated the side slop with the 3 set screws. I set the unit close to a 90 degree cut and pushed the pin in and locked the unit. Using a draftsmans square, I checked the fence for square and it was nowhere near a 30 th of a degree - more like 3/4 to 1 degree off. I then set the fence for a 90 degree cut as per the instructions. A test cut resulted in a proper cut of 90 degrees. I then loosened the knob and extended the fence forward to the 22 1/2 degree point and pushed in the pin and locked the unit. A test cut of 8 pieces of wood resulted in an assembled figure with approximately 4 degrees gap total. I started over and did the entire alignment with the same results. I then tried 45 degrees and had a several degree error there also. Several more tries and I found the 23 degree mark resultd in 8 pieces that fit properly and the 45 3/4 degree mark resulted in a 4 pieces fitting.
I called the company and explaned. I was told the person I was talking to would see an engineer and return my call the next day and would send replacement parts. When no call came I called again and was told nothing had been done as he had not talked to anyone but he did have my data on his desk. Nothing had been done about parts. I still have not recieved parts or a call.
If I wanted to only cut one set position I could move the adjustment for that position and it would work fine. A fixed wooden cutting board would be just as good. My origional Delta mitre guage is by far superior to this unit. Giving this unit the lowest one star is over rating the unit. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Gauges    2. Miter Gauges    3. Table Saws    4. (Mitre Gauges)   

133. DeLonghi DFH469M SafeHeat Fan Heater
by DeLonghi
list price: $64.99
Asin: B0000638TR
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

It’s hard to relax or work well in a room that’s too cold for comfort. The DeLonghi SafeHeat fan heater provides an effective means of tailoring temperature to your liking and schedule. The efficiently built and extra-quiet unit includes an adjustable thermostat and programmable timer, as well as motorized oscillation to help distribute hot air. Likewise handy for cabin or outbuilding use, it comes with an anti-freeze setting that activates if temperatures drop below a safe level. You can also turn on the fan setting without heat to keep air circulating in the warm seasons. Easy to transport, place, and operate, the heater comes with a built-in safety shut-off device and handy cord storage. --Emily Bedard ... Read more


  • Heat and ventilation functions for year-round usability
  • Adjustable thermostat and timer plus anti-freeze setting
  • Oscillation and fan system effectively distribute warm air
  • Constructed without exposed elements for safer use
  • Extra-quiet operation

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars DeLonghi DFH469M SafeHeat Fan Heater
This is without a doubt the best fan heater I have ever used!I live in the mountains of Colorado and we had an incredibly brutal winter but this fan kept my bathroom (the only room I bother using a heater in) so nice and warm.After 5 minutes I could turn it off and the room would still be comfortably warm. And it oscillates!Great heater.I highly recommend it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good buy.
Pros: Good price, fast heating with excellent termostat, rotates, very quiet, timer, VERY safe.
Cons: display is not backlit and is hard to read. This is troublesome enough that I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.

1-0 out of 5 stars Concerned Consumer
I bought this heater last year to use in my living room, the term "safe heat" is an oxymoron. It started having problems turning on within a month of purchase and then burnt a hole in the rug - luckily I smelled it burning immediately. There was a large burn mark on the bottom of the heater and a burn on the rug. I suggest picking something that is really safe. ... Read more

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134. Woodstock International G1843 4" Plastic Blast Gate
by Woodstock International

Asin: B0000223YR
Sales Rank: 4673
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  • 4 inch ABS plastic
  • 4-inch OD ABS plastic
  • Economically priced
  • Blast gate
  • Easy sliding-gate action
  • Maximizes dust-collection system efficiency

135. iRobot Roomba Replacement Filters
by Roomba
list price: $14.99
Asin: B00009PGO6
Sales Rank: 5831
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • For use with iRobot's Roomba Intelligent Floorvac Robotic Vacuum
  • Replaces current air fliter after a puncture or a decline in the cleaning performance
  • Quick and easy to replace
  • 3-pack of replacement filters

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I have to disagree with Scott...
I've had my Roomba for over a year, and I don't use it weekly as they suggest (or even bi-weekly) and my filters are falling apart. Backwashing with an air canister hasn't worked, though perhaps this is because my place is INCREDIBLY dusty.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not really needed though
Back-wash the filter after each use with canned air and they will last almost forever. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Vacuum Cleaners    2. Canister Vacuums    3. Floor Care    4. (Vaccums)    5. (Vacumes)    6. (Vacums)    7. (Vacs)   

136. Bionaire SmartTouch Ceramic Heater with Remote
by Bionaire
list price: $59.99 -- our price: $39.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000068FJA
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

A cold room warms up quickly with this ceramic heater. With its roundedback and fine-screen front panels, the heater looks more like a classy stereospeaker than a heating device. Cleverly designed, the two stacked cubes turnindependently to project heat into different parts of the room. And, using thehandy remote control, temperature settings can be adjusted without getting outof a chair or bed. Measuring 12-1/2 by 7 by 6 inches, the compact heater takesup very little floor space and can even sit on a table. The SmartTouch one- button control toggles through five temperature settings (60, 65, 70, 75, and 80degrees F) with a choice of either low or high output for each. While thisheater projects powerfully, it operates 40 percent more quietly than otherceramic heaters. For safety reasons the heater will shut off if it starts tooverheat. The remote control requires two AAA batteries (not included). Designedin Canada, the Bionaire heater comes with a two-year warranty against defects.--Ann Bieri ... Read more


  • 2-year warranty
  • Ceramic two-unit room heater
  • Units rotate to project heat in two directions
  • Remote control allows adjustments from across the room
  • SmartTouch one-button control makes settings easy

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Remote didn't work leaving the heater beeping all the time
Just barely picked up the unit and the remote didn't work. The remote wouldn't allow me to not only switch the unit to auto, it didn't switch from celsius to fahrenheit either. You might not think that is so bad except the unit beeps once every 2 seconds until the remote is synced up with it. So $50 later I was left with a beeping heater that really doesn't put out that much heat anyway.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Heating Unit, But Does Have Drawbacks
This small unit provides excellent heating power in a small, attractively designed package.It does, however, have its drawbacks.One is the annoying design for the control buttons.One button on the unit controls both the heat temperature and the high/low fan (yes, only one button), which means you sometimes have to scroll through a number of temperature & high/low settings before you get to the one you want.The controls on the remote use exactly the same format.Even more annoying are the popping sounds the heater can make when turned on, but in idle mode.I'm guessing this is due to the ceramic heating unit being encased in a plastic shell.As the ceramics heat and cool in idle mode, the unit emits brief, sharp, random popping noises as the plastic elements expand and contract.Over time, I was able to block out these sounds, but think it is something that Bionaire could easily have identified and fixed during the testing phase for this product.In the end, these annoyances may be minor if what you are looking for is a small, attractively designed unit that delivers great heating power.

5-0 out of 5 stars I was freezing in the North East
I would highly recommend this heater. Prior to this purchase, I owned a Pelonis oil-filled heater that looks like a radiator - it broke down in less than a year and was far to costly to have repaired - what a piece of junk. Anyway, the Bionaire heat is magnificent. Its not very noisy at all, heats the room very quickly, and the twisting position system is quite effective. For instance, it took about 20 min to heat a room 10'x12' several degrees, whereas my old oil-filled heater took 30 min just to get warm and another hour to raise the temperature just 1-2 degrees (using the same amount of power). I am very pleased at my purchase. I would recommend this product to anyone looking for an excellent heater. ... Read more

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137. Shop-Vac 952-02-625-Gallon 4.5 HP HangUp Wet/ Dry Vacuum
by Shop-Vac
Tools & Hardware
list price: $89.99 -- our price: $74.99
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Asin: B00005AXI1
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Mounted in a central location, Shop-Vac's clever 5-gallon Hang-Up wet/dry vacuum is the perfect no-clutter cleaning tool for garages, workshops, laundry rooms, and hobby areas. With the vac's 18-foot locking hose, you can cover a large area without the hassle of maneuvering the tank, and the unit's 4-1/2-horsepower motor delivers impressive suction and airflow of 165 cubic feet per minute. The filtering system features a high-quality cartridge filter, along with a foam sleeve for wet pickup. The vacuum also comes with a complete offering of 1-1/4-inch tools, including extension wands, crevice and gulper tools, and a 12-inch floor nozzle with squeegee insert. A handy tool-storage bracket keeps all tools organized and ready to use. ... Read more


  • Accessories include extension wands, crevice and gulper tools, and a 12-inch floor nozzle with squeegee insert
  • Mounts to wall or post for centralized cleaning
  • Powerfull 4.5-horsepower motor delivers 165 cfm of suction
  • 5-gallon tank
  • 18-foot extra-long hose

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty decent after all
In my shop I have 2 electric miter saws, 1 full size wood lathe
2 belt grinders, 2 bench grinders with wire wheels on them
1 drill press, 1 10" planer 1 metal chop saw, 1 14" bandsaw,
1 6" jointer, 1 10" table saw, 2 router tables, plus a few
hand drills, pad sanders, belt sanders etc etc..
ANyway.. I had a ankle deep acumulation of sawdust/shavings/chips in my shop. This machine is not a super
powerful professional shop tool. On the other hand if you mount
it on the wall and then use the 18' hose to suck up all
the debris in your shop it works pretty well...HOWEVER
first take out the filter that comes in the thing, and replace
it with the foam filter. The finer filter clogged up pretty
quick, however cleaned out well with a blast from the compressor.
The foam filter ups your suction by about 30 percent. The problem I kept having is that I was getting a
clogged hose where the hose meets the machine. Easy to break
up the plug and go on, but annoying.. It seemed to balk the
most at the lathe, I had been turning fir table legs the
day before. This vac is aimed mostly at the fellow who is
going to suck up that bit of dust his hand drill makes
after drilling a small hole. However the photos in the ads show
a guy vacuuminga bandsaw..hmmm.. Anyway after cleaning up
a mess that was more suited to a much more powerfull vac; I suspect that this will keep up with the day to day out put
of chips/sawdust/shavings that all of my machines make. The
concept IS a good one. Mount the vac on the wall in a central
location, and use the long hose to clean up....So for small
to medium work I would rate this vac as most suitable. However
if you want something that will suck a mouse out of the wall
of your garage, no go..Get one of those 10 amp 10 gallon supervacs. But for the day to day shop upkeep... It will do...
And after the HARD work is done I will put the finer filter
back on, cause with the foam filter on, while you get more
suction, you also get a LOT of dust discharge.. The other
filter while it does reduce the suction, also reduces the dust
output to almost nothing.....
So for convenient shop cleanup this is a good thing...Get one...

2-0 out of 5 stars weak for wood shop
OK for general dust collection but noisy. Clogs easily on wood chips. I was pretty dissapointed for my application. Might be Ok in a garagefor cars but overall not very powerful for all the noise it produces. Look elsewhere

4-0 out of 5 stars Small but powerful
I bought this vac because I only have my 2 car garage to make sawdust in so everything must move aside to get the cars in.What a great vac in a small package!It's out of the way on the wall yet the hose is long enough to reach anywhere I need it.I'm sure there are more powerful vacs available but when you consider price, size and ability this vac is quality at avalue price ... Read more

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138. Forrest WW10407125 Woodworker II 10", 40-Tooth Blade for Table Saws (1/8" Kerf)
by Forrest
Tools & Hardware
list price: $156.00 -- our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000223VQ
Sales Rank: 62
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • No more cutting 1/16-inch oversize to allow for resurfacing
  • 10-inch by 40-tooth, 1/8-inch kerf
  • One blade does rip, combo, and crosscut
  • No more scratchy saw cuts
  • No more second-step finishing

Reviews (70)

5-0 out of 5 stars There's a reason that this blade averages 5 stars
There's nothing out there like this blade.Don't get me wrong, Freud, Old Ham, etc., make good blades, it's just that this one is exceptional.I've also bought their chopsaw blade and just like the WoodWorker II, it's fantastic!Worth every penny.

5-0 out of 5 stars Forrest saw blades
I have several Forrest blade products, including the Woodworker I and II, (10 inch) and the 12" chopmaster, along with their Dado set (8 inch), and their blade dampener.The blades ALL are the best I have ever owned, and have replaced such blades as the Freud 40 tooth combination and Freud 80 tooth Teflon coated blade I used to use for super smooth cuts. The Woodworker blades in the table saw and the radial arm saw both give cuts as good as the best Freud blades while being easier to use. The table saw blade allows for a faster feed rate with less burning, and the Radial arm saw blade is safer to use because it does not try to grab and walk through the wood.The 12 inch blade on my Dewalt sliding compound miter saw is a dream. I can cut slivers off of oak that you can almost read through and are glass smooth, and the saw is completely controllable. The quality of cut, longevity of the cutting edge (haven't sharpened any of the blades in 15 years of light to moderate use) and ease of machining make these blades well worth much more than they cost. The Dado head, while expensive, is unequalled for cutting absolutely smooth flat-bottomed dadoes and rabbets (adjustable wobble dados are quick and cheap, but the results are not nearly good enough for fine furniture work.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cuts like butter
Using this blade in a Jet Contractor's saw.I expected some improvement due to the great reviews and write-ups I've seen on this saw but was just plain amazed at the difference right from the first cut.I was using a Freud glueline blade, and still having some burning in hard maple.Tried changing the speed of feed, and continually checked the blade alignment.Finally I decided to spend the extra $$ and try this blade.I am not sorry and will be hard won to try any other blades.I'm thinking now of eventually upgrading my chop saw blade, and even the dado set to replace the one I have.Nothing less than superb! ... Read more

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139. Sandhill 501S Quilted Moving Blankets
by Sandhill
Tools & Hardware
list price: $17.99 -- our price: $15.19
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Asin: B0000223RA
Sales Rank: 896
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • 72 inch x 80 inch
  • Medium line quilted pad
  • Double lock quilting procedure
  • Protection/durability tested

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great For Sound Studio Flutter Control
I have a converted garage recording studio, and a huge problem has always been echo (flutter).
These thick/textured/heavy blankets are a very inexpensive way of controlling flutter.
I currently have attached them to the walls with velcro making themportable as recording sessions warrant.
I have one in use as a "curtain" for a vocal booth as well.
Highly recommended if you are looking for this sort of thing.
Happy recording.

2-0 out of 5 stars sandhill moving blanket quality
I purchased 2 sandhill moving blankets. My following comments would cause me not to buy them again:

1) Because of backorder it took me almost a month to receive them.

2) Multiple colors cause edges to not be sewed.

3) After 2 weeks usage one blanket has stitching coming out in 2 places

5-0 out of 5 stars Sandhill 501S Quilted Moving Blankets
This is a good size ,for example,to protect dining room table tops, from stuff stored on top while in storage. The blankets are thick enough to do the job. I was happy that the blankets were stitched well, and reinforced around the edges. I'm not saying these are any fancier than what they were made for but were made well enough to hold up to that job.
I got mine because I have to lay and kneel on the garage or shop floor alot to work on lawn tractors and our cars. As I got older and after a recent serious illness, that became quite painful. The Sandhill 501S Quilted Moving Blanket makes it alot more comfortable. It also keeps clothes cleaner and tools from rolling around so much.
I'm happy with this purchase.The item is quite versatile and I can rely on it to hold up no matter what.
John Row ... Read more

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140. Two Sharper Image Ionic Breeze Quadra Silent Air Purifiers (two Light Gray; 50% off the 2nd) with one FREE Air Freshener (SI637GY2)

Asin: B00019VEQO
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  • Save money! No messy, expensive filters to find, buy, store and replace. Quadra is an electrostatic precipitator that charges airborne contaminants and traps them on oppositely charged stainless steel collectors that wipe clean with a cloth. Quadra is powered by only 10 watts. Compared to high-watt HEPA machines, it pays for itself in less than a year.
  • Cleans 24-7! Turn off a noisy HEPA air cleaner and air pollution goes right back to where it started. All air cleaners should run continuously but noisy fans and expensive 200-watt power demands make that impractical with HEPA machines. Silent, low-energy Ionic Breeze is designed to run continuously, especially in the rooms where you spend the most time at home.
  • Original best-selling Quadra® stands 27" tall and weighs just 5 1/2 lbs. Uses only 10 watts. Comes with one collection grid. Plugs into three-prong outlet. Five-year warranty. Two Sharper Image Ionic Breeze Quadra Silent Air Purifiers (50% off the 2nd) with one FREE $69.95 Air Freshener. Created by Sharper Image Design®.
  • No air cleaner can protect against the harmful effects of secondhand tobacco smoke. Clean air begins with a smoke-free environment. To learn more, visit
  • Room air cleaner circulates and cleans air with no motor, no fan and no noise. Key features include absolutely silent operation; proven efficient air cleaning; odor reduction; no replacement filters; low energy use; lightweight, attractive housing; continuous air cleaning and easy to clean stainless steel collectors.

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