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121. Allied Pro 39023 138 Pc. Tool
122. Makita DK1052DL 18-Volt 2.6Ah
123. Occidental Leather 8098 Stronghold
124. Vector VEC-222 Mini Console Cooler/Warmer
125. ASP 53050 Sapphire Microlight,
126. Allied 89044 62 Pc. Home Project
127. Milwaukee 0912-2918 Volt 1/2"
128. Innovation Factory IF12500 IceDozer
129. Wagan 9796 Easy Quick Jumper
130. Racor PPK-1L Parking Guide
131. Porter-Cable 333P 5" Quicksand
132. SISCO MTV9 Hardwood Utility Chest
133. Fiskars 92405935 Telescoping Pruning
134. Rubbermaid 7085-00 Heavy-Duty
135. Allied 6652561-Piece Ratcheting
136. Black & Decker FSC414K-2 Firestorm
137. Black & Decker CST2000 12-Volt
138. Wagan 2014 Quick Flow 3-in-1 Air
139. Imperial Schrade IQ-180 Schrade
140. Karcher K50 Cordless Electric

121. Allied Pro 39023 138 Pc. Tool set - 3/8" & 1/4 Drive. SAE & Metric
by Allied International
Tools & Hardware (02 May, 2003)
-- our price: $59.84
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Asin: B00009K75Z
Sales Rank: 5952
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  • Quick release chrome vanadium steel 3/8-inch drive ratchet
  • 3/8" & 1/4" Drive, Quick release ratchet, 3/8" drive, 45 tooth ratchet only needs 8 degrees of sweep to turn fasteners, dyna drive torque systems, engineered to contact fasteners on flat sides for greater torque
  • Quick release chrome vanadium steel 3/8" drive ratchet , hight torque rubberized screwdriver grips with chrome vanadioum blades , heat treated sockets, wrenches and plier
  • High torque rubberized screwdriver grips with chrome vanadioum blades
  • 45 tooth ratchet only needs 8 degrees of sweep to turn fasteners

Subjects:  1. Mechanics' Tools    2. (Car Repair Tool Sets)    3. (Auto)    4. Hand Tools    5. Tool Sets   

122. Makita DK1052DL 18-Volt 2.6Ah NiMH MFORCE 4-Piece Cordless Combo Kit
by Makita
Tools & Hardware

Asin: B0000B28ER
Sales Rank: 10301
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Exclusive Shift Lock Drive enables one-touch, quick shifting from "drill" to "driver" mode for increased operator efficiency
  • MForce 1/2" Cordless Driver-Drill (6347D)
  • New two-piece D-31 motor delivers power, efficiency and serviceability in a more compact size.
  • Dual ball bearings, precision balancing and a refined high-grade field magnet guarantees maximum performance.
  • All Metal Gear Transmission (0-400 / 0-1,300 RPM) - features a rugged 3-stage, 13-planetary gear system providing smooth, efficient power for the most demanding applications and extended durability.

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Overall...Pleased with the purchase.
I bought this kit after comparing Ridgid, Dewalt, Milwaukee, and Craftsman, (and of course, the lower priced kit from Black/Decker, Ryobi, Bosch, Skil, etc., but those kits I found in my area shyed me away because of longevity versus price.)
I found the Makita 6-1/2" circ. saw the best on the market. The safety button is definitly the easiest to use while holding it at any angle. The saw is very well balanced. Height, angle, and rip fence settings are very easy to do. On-board allen wrench storage makes for quick and easy blade changes. One drawback is the lack of a dust exhaust chute, causing the cut line to get covered (directly in front of the saw) after about 5 feet of ripping a 4x8 sheet.
The recip-saw is a well balanced saw also. It features tool-less blade and rest-shoe changes. The motors for both of these saws provide plenty of cutting power. The safety button for the recip-saw isn't as superior as the circ-saw is, as it can be more difficult to engage at certain angles. Being able to depress it from either the left or the right is about its only savior in those situations.
The drill is excellent. Very well balanced, and light weight for an 18 volt, (versus others I compared). Powerful, but slightly in need of a little more torque. Drove 3-1/2 and 4 inch screws easily while I was framing a house, but I did find it to have less torque than the Dewalt counterpart we were also using, but not enough that I would throw the Makita away and replace it with a Dewalt. Drill/Driver clutch lock-out and speed settings very easy to engage. Foward/Reverse switch easily located at the side of the trigger, (not like the Makita 9.6V stick battery drill I have).
The flashlight....well, it's a flashlight. What do you want ? At first I thought of removing it from my kit altogether, but it does come in handy when crawling into the dark voids of someones attic.
The case is nicely made, holding all the tools tightly in their spots, (even while rolling down the hill). Storage for recip and circ blades, as well as a (1) battery molded in. The other battery is stored by leaving it in the drill or the saws, but not the flashlight. Spot for the charger also, as well as some driver bits and a quick change coupler. A little extra room also allowed me to store small drill bit kits inside.
It would have been nice if Makita would put a third or even a fourth battery in the kit, but no other manufacturer I found does either. The 2 batteries are powerful, and long lasting though. Two should get you through a days work.

UPDATE: 2 batteries should be enough for a day if you are not constantly using the tools all day long. Recommend charging them at the end of the day to be ready for the next day, but not always necessary. If you are framing a house or something like that, you'll probably charge them once or twice (using 3 to 6 batteries a day, but that's the drill and both saws humming along). Consider getting another drill kit or something that is also 18V(2.6ah at least). I bought another 6347D drill kit, as it came with 2 more batteries and another charger. Better deal than buying everything separately.
Also, the drill that came in this 4 piece kit was made in Feb. 2003, as per the date code on it (date code is 03.02). I have had no problems with this drill what so ever. The date of the drill that was purchased separately is Nov. 2003 (03.11), and I have found that Makita had a bad batch produced during the end of 2003. I know of 3 other people that bought theirs at the same time I did, and had the same failure I did. Transmission broke. To be honest, the transmission probably had a flaw, but it broke when a co-worker was mixing (dry powder type) thin-set. He should have used a corded, heavy duty drill.
Next....If you're like me, and just couldn't stand the safety button on the recip-saw any longer, remove the lock and spring from inside the trigger housing area. Remove the retaining screws on the back "half" and the housing will come apart easily. I also took a Dremel grinder to the area where the battery is inserted, to make battery removal easier. A little too much plastic in that area when it was molded, and made battery removal difficult. An alternative is to loosen the 2 screws closest to the battery opening a little bit.
A note on the circ-saw...use a plywood/veneer blade (I think mine is 100 or 140 tooth) backwards to cut vinyl siding. Works great. Just put a scrap board underneath for support. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Makita    2. (Maketa)    3. (Mikita)    4. Cordless Tools    5. Combo Packs    6. (Volt)    7. (V)   

123. Occidental Leather 8098 Stronghold Beltless Bag System
by Occidental Leather
Tools & Hardware
list price: $206.47 -- our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00004S1AJ
Sales Rank: 2381
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Two year limited warranty
  • Total freedom of movement
  • Bags are built of two layers of DuPont Cordura
  • Top grain leather tool holders and suspension strapping
  • Handcrafted in the USA

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my beltless bag system.
I could not be without this handy system. It did take a while to break in and get used to but it is well worth it. I do not recommend it, however, for any interior work because it is wide and tends to bump and scrape stuff. As for framing, siding, metal roofing, etc. it is the perfect system. It allows you to carry a multitude of tools, mine typically weighs in at 90+lbs., with minimal strain to your back. Don't get frustrated with it when you first try it because it is way different than wearing a tool belt. I was unsure about it for the first week or two but grew to love it. Don't waste your money on the cheaper beltless bag systems they are not comparable to the quality and ruggedness of this system. You do get what you pay for.

3-0 out of 5 stars Take Carefull Consideration!!
I purchased this belt set last January and I was impressed with how it relieved the stress on my lower back.I was also relieved of waist rot from conventional tool belts.The suspenders were easy to set up with the instructions included.Break in takes about a full week.Pouches do hold lots of tools.
As hotter weather came along, the suspenders hold a lot of sweat (later they began to smell).But I also noticed it was very uncomfortable when the suspenders wouldn't allow for your upper body to cool off.My shoulders also began to chaf.
As for movement, the system doesn't cling to you. But working in very close quarters, (i.e. lifts, steel joists, some scaffolding,etc.) it was easy to get hung up and scrape against walls.
I am considering selling my suspension belt, but pondering the fact that its not a bad set to own if you switch between this system and the belt a few times a year.That way I wouldn't wear out body parts to quickly.

4-0 out of 5 stars The BestAvailable
I owned the pro framer for years; then sold it to a helper for $... and he was happy. I bought the Pro Trimmer but was disapointed because the speed square holster (between the small and large bag) was not available on a rig of this size. After awhile I forked over the big bucks for the Stronghold System-the best there is. Oh I've read the reviews:adjustment-if you can't adjust this system you probably shouldn't be doing carpentry;the yoke; heavy duty, extreme quality products take time to break in-like good leather work boots or the Carhartts that last longer than anything else; the back strain relief; a no brainer-buy a weight belt and wear it along with the system-there is no belt to interfere; lastly, if you wear a framing belt in a finished house or around cabinets your going to mess something up-don't do it-I build cabinets and built-ins and do general carpentry for a living. The only criticism I have(the part about the missing star)is that this product should be available with the lightweight, green leather bags. After 1 year the nylon shows signs of extreme wear at the front corners. If Occidental Leather would do this for us I would be one of the first to buy them even for $... . I will wear this for as long as I work! The writing is on the wall; perfect this product and it will be a five star masterpiece second to none. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Belts    3. (Toolbelts)    4. Work Wear    5. Clothing    6. Suspenders    7. Tools   

124. Vector VEC-222 Mini Console Cooler/Warmer with 9 Can Capacity
by Vector
Tools & Hardware
list price: $59.99 -- our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00009RB0V
Sales Rank: 8742
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Rugged & long lasting
  • Heats to 120 degrees and cools to 40 below ambient
  • On/off cool & heat switch
  • 7' power cord
  • 2 cup holders

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away! Less effective than cooler!
I bought the vector cooler warmer (16 can version, same item), and tried it out. The metal element inside got cold, but it couldn't chill a small bottle of water after 3 hours- no way it was40 degrees belwo my room temp of 75 degrees. No wonder this thing is always on clearance. It did a little better on metal cans of soda directly touching the element, but not by much. The manual says for best results the food should be put in cold, or with an icepack, but as soon as it's shut off theres no insulation to keep the food cold, so the food quickly reaches room temp, according to the manual! Besides if I have to put in pre-chilled food andicepacks Im beter off using my insulated cooler which works, and is much more space efficient! Plus, the cooler only ostensibly brings the temp down to up to 40 degrees below ambient temp ( after 3 hours). I guess in a car where the temps go up to 130 degrees in the sun it would keep the food at 90 or so. I bought it forfifteen dol. on clearance , but returned it today. It simply wasn't worth the price. I would stay clear of this product. The only exeption I can think of is for someone who needs it only for metal cans of soda or beer and can wait several hours for a cool drink, although a cooler would still be more practical and cost effective. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Small Appliances    2. Electrics    3. Compact Refrigerators    4. Mini Fridges    5. Coolers   

125. ASP 53050 Sapphire Microlight, Blue
Tools & Hardware
list price: $17.99
Asin: B00008K2T8
Sales Rank: 7978
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Made in the USA
  • Brilliant blue crystal
  • Visible over 1-mile
  • Can be clipped to keys, jacket, or purse
  • Battery and crystal guaranteed for life

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars nicelight....battery with a very short "lifetime"
I bought two of these a couple of months ago.I was impressed by the powerfull light.But like6 months later,the light started
to become weak.
it's a nice product.. but the battery has a life of 6 months..
for me.. that's a very short "lifetime"... ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Flashlights    2. (Flash Lights)   

126. Allied 89044 62 Pc. Home Project Tool Set
by Allied International
Tools & Hardware (02 May, 2003)

Asin: B00009K766
Sales Rank: 9620
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  • Includes: a selection of tools for basic household tasks, full selection of chrome vanadium driver bits fit a wide variety of fasteners, hammer, pliers, and driver handle feature non-slip cushion grips for confort.
  • Full selection of chrome vanadium driver bits fit a wide variety of fasteners
  • Hammer, pliers, and driver handles feature non-slip cushion grips for confort
  • Compact storage case keeps tools organized

Subjects:  1. Hand Tools    2. Tool Sets   

127. Milwaukee 0912-2918 Volt 1/2" Lok-Tor Hammer-Drill, Sawzall, Circular Saw & Worklight Combo Kit
by Milwaukee
Tools & Hardware
list price: $989.00 -- our price: $459.99
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Asin: B0000C6E1S
Sales Rank: 2943
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  • Limited Warranty
  • Hammer-Drill provides up to 495 in./lbs. of torque and features an all-metal ratcheting chuck with carbide jaws for the highest grip torque on bits
  • Sawzall has 1 in. stroke, 2700 SPM, keyless clamp
  • Circular Saw cuts up to 145 2x4s on one charge!
  • Milwaukee's exclusive reversible battery allows users to adjust balance and get into tight spaces

Subjects:  1. Milwaukee    2. (Milwakee)    3. (Milwuakee)    4. (Milwauke)    5. (Milwake)    6. Cordless Tools    7. Combo Packs    8. (Volt)    9. (V)   

128. Innovation Factory IF12500 IceDozer Mini
by Innovation Factory
Tools & Hardware
list price: $14.99
Asin: B0000SX0FE
Sales Rank: 813
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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  • PowerGrip provides wrist support during scraping
  • FlexiBlade conforms to any windshield surface, even the most curved aerodynamic cars
  • FrostPeeler efficiently deals with normal frost, ice, and snow
  • IceBreakers shear thin ice when scraping
  • Tenderizers, modeled after carbide saw blades, crack even the thickest ice

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars So far, so good; bring on the ice
I bought this Mini Dozer because it is compact, I didn't want it cluttering up my already cluttered up pickup. I've had a few chances to use it these past couple of weeks. The ice I've used it on was no match for it, but I haven't had a chance for the type of ice that you get with freezing rain; some of the toughest to remove. Can't wait....(What am I saying!?!?)
Maybe the brush is a little small for snow removal, but it is compact. Which is why I wanted it.
I found it easy to use overall, and worth the $10. If it busts up the really tough ice, it'll be the only scraper I ever have. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hand Tools   

129. Wagan 9796 Easy Quick Jumper
by Wagan
Tools & Hardware
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005OWK2
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Jump-starting a car using standard jumper cables can be nerve-racking. You have to pop the hood, deal with the battery connections, untangle the cables. Plus, it's so easy to doubt yourself. Red is positive, right? Wait, or is it black? Well, thanks to Wagan's new Easy Quick Jumper, the process just got easier. This clever new gadget recharges a weak battery via cigarette lighters. Just plug one end of the Easy Quick Jumper into the cigarette lighter of the dead car, then plug the other end into the donor car's lighter, wait 5 to 10 minutes, and when the green LED light turns on, the battery is ready to go. That's it. You don't even have to open the hood. The Easy Quick Jumper has an 18-foot power cord, too, so reach isn't an issue.

The system works with all automobiles that have 12-volt electrical systems, the vast majority of cars on the road. If you're not sure about you car's voltage, check your owner's manual. --Jon Groebner ... Read more


  • Extra-long 18-foot power cord makes it easy to reach from car to car
  • Charges batteries by connecting cigarette lighter to cigarette lighter
  • Works with all 12-volt automobile vehicles (standard voltage)
  • Charges a dead battery in 5 to 10 minutes
  • Green LED light glows when the battery is recharged--eliminating guesswork

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Let Me Down When I Needed It
This product seemed like a great idea, especially for the less mechanically inclined members of my family. In 2002, I bought 5 of these, 4 for Christmas gifts and 1 for myself. Last night, my battery died and I needed to use it for the first time. It didn't work! Nothing happened. Thank goodness the other motorist who offered the jump had a set of traditional jumper cables in her car. Of course, it's now over a year later and it's too late to return it. All I can do now is warn the other family members not to rely on my gift.

2-0 out of 5 stars Jump Start thru cig-lighter
The name is misleading in that you aren't "Jump-starting" your car. The current that a dead battery draws off of a running (donor) car will never make it through the cigarette lighter's fuse-protection. The fuse is there in case of a short that would melt wires, and in this case, it would detect the current as a short and blow the fuse.

But the charging aspect seems straight-forward

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't wait to try it out
I thought this idea was so great I bought 5 to give as Christmas gifts. People were really excited to get them and thought it was a neat idea. However, jump starting your car isn't something you necessarily do on Christmas morning -- or even the following month.

When we finally had occasion to use them, two turned out to be DOA -- entirely non-functional, and the other three were ineffective. Of course, by that time the Amazon 30-day return policy had kicked in, and my stocking stuffers had turned into trash can stuffers. My suggestions for this product fall into three categories:

1. If you buy it, don't wait until you need it to try it out.

2. Don't buy it early if you're giving it as a gift. (You won't be able to return it.)

3. Don't buy it at all. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Power Supplies    2. Booster Cables   

130. Racor PPK-1L Parking Guide
by Racor
Tools & Hardware
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $14.99
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Asin: B000077CPH
Sales Rank: 4449
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Unique tongue design holds mat in place
  • Use on all types of cars and trucks
  • Only one mat needed per vehicle

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Lacking a critical feature... it moves around!!
This product has an internal flaw since it doesn't stay still!Isn't the point that it needs to be perfectly kept still for you to get the "same place" parking?Anyway, I threw mine out it was so bad... now I got the ParkingTarget, which was an adhesive strip on the bottom of it, so it stays in place.That one works much better (you can find them at

2-0 out of 5 stars Not happy
Like the others I find that this doesn't stay still.Every time we park the car it slides forward.I tried duct taping it to the floor of the garage - that helps but it still needs to be adjusted every few days.

4-0 out of 5 stars keep an eye on it
This product works great if you keep an eye on it.I have an explorer, and the mat tends to slide forward a little every time you park.I've already customized the front wall in my garage with my bumper, so be careful...adjust it every few weeks.otherwise, it's indispensible.couldn't park without it. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Sports    2. Sporting Goods    3. Bike Accessories   

131. Porter-Cable 333P 5" Quicksand Random Orbit Finishing Sander (Hook and Loop)
by Porter-Cable
Tools & Hardware
list price: $122.00
Asin: B00005S7TN
Sales Rank: 8036
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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  • One year warranty/30 day performance certification
  • Aggressive sanding action
  • 100-percent ball-bearing construction
  • Hard shell dust collection canister
  • Prevents gouges and swirl marks

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very nice tool
This sander does everything it is supposed to do. I use it primarily on hardwoods (cherry, oak) with 80-220 grit sandpaper. It has handled everything I've asked it to do without complaint. Contrary to others, the dust collection seems to work. Of course it is not as clean as using a vacuum. But there is always a substantial amount of dust in the canister.

5-0 out of 5 stars So far so good
I do finish work for a living. 99.999% of everything I do is new. So it doesn't stip layers of paint, or stain and lacquer. But when it comes to sandingwoods or fillers it is a hawg. When you're working in a house and dust is floating in the air, any dust collection is better than nothing. With cannister off, a dust cloud is very evident. It is made in the USA, cheaper than competitors, and so far held up to the jobsite. It is quiter than both 1/3, and 1/4 sheet sanders I have. When I first used one, I was impressed on how effortless it was to sand with it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Excellant Sander with a Short Life
The performance of this sander is excellant.It removes material evenly and quickly with out leaving swirl marks when finish pass is taken with 220 grit pad.The dust collection canister works fair trapping roughly about 40% with the other 60% going elswhere.After about a year of moderate use the hook & loop pad wore out and had to be replaced.Shortly after that the motor started surge-ing followed by failing to wind up when needed on another project.This is a nicely designed sander, I think Porter Cable needs to re-evaluate the supplier of the motor as I believe the armature has burned out prematurely. As another reviewer had written I also regularly blew the sanders motor housing free of dust after each use before putting it away in my power tool cabinet. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Porter-Cable    2. (Portercable)    3. Sanders    4. Random-Orbit Sanders   

132. SISCO MTV9 Hardwood Utility Chest
Tools & Hardware (15 November, 2003)
list price: $60.00 -- our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000AQK72
Sales Rank: 540
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Brass finish hardware
  • 3 felt lined drawers
  • Top felt lined latched compartment
  • Sturdy side handles fo easy carrying
  • All visible surfaces are solid wood

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice item for the price
Can't tell if it's really hardwood, but it looks just fine and does what it's supposed to. Really a bargain.

A couple of minor negatives: The brass hardware is a bit flimsy.It doesn't have any kind of "feet" so the brass corners will scratch the tabletop/desk it's placed on. One of the plates the pull knobs are attached to came loose, but it was easy to fix.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pleasantly surprise, good for embroidery floss
I was a little worried about this cabinet after I read some reviews for this one and the other Sisco hardwood cabinet that amazon sells. I was amazed at how nice it was when it came.It was packaged well, and it was heavy and sturdy.The wood looks nice.The stain was maybe a little more orange than I would like, but it isn't "orange" per se.I'm thinking I could take some Old English stain cover and rub it on, and see if that darkens it at all.The grain looks nice.The hardware is fine.The drawers glide smoothly, but one of the rails had loosened during shipping (hence 4 stars).It isn't a big deal as it is easily glued in place.The BEST part of this chest is the function!I have been able to put the entire collection of DMC embroidery floss in this small chest.It is swell, and the price is unbeatable.I'm a happy camper, and relieved at the quality of piece.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice chest....
Recieved this as a xmas got opened a little early. This is just the ticket for storing my marking gauges, dial calipers, saddle squares and other small tools I use a lot. They all seem to get buried in my large tool chest and I am constantly searching for them. Now they have their own space.
I make boxes and have been planning on making a chest like this to hold all those small tools, just never seemed to get around to it. This little chest fills the bill. It is pretty solid and the fit and finish is pretty good. The hardware is not top of the line but considering that it will just sit on the bench, they should be more than adequate. The flock lining is an added bonus, soft bed for those expensive small tools. It has more than enough storage for all those tool's I mentioned and a few more. This is a nice addition to my shop.
Could I make a better one?..Yes...but not for anywhere near what this one cost and it would just do the same duty. I will use this chest until it wears out...then make one. Shouldn't take but 20-30 years to wear this one out. Many thanks to the gift giver. Recommend this one. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Boxes    3. (Toolboxes)   

133. Fiskars 92405935 Telescoping Pruning Stik
by Fiskars
Tools & Hardware
list price: $92.95 -- our price: $79.99
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Asin: B00004TBMV
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Spare yourself the effort of climbing trees to reach far-off branches with this convenient and powerful telescoping pruning tool from Fiskars. The Pruning Stik's fiberglass outer pole and aluminum inner pole extend to a full 13 feet, allowing you to trim upper branches from the safety and security of the ground. Its extremely sharp cutting blade can be manipulated by pulling a rope or the pole's ergonomic handle. In addition, the sturdy cutting head rotates 240 degrees to enable you to choose the proper cutting angle for branches up to 1-1/4 inches in diameter. A 15-inch Woodzig saw blade is also included for added cutting power. ... Read more


  • 1-1/4-inch cutting capacity
  • Cutting head rotates 240 degrees for the precise cutting angle
  • Fiberglass outer pole and aluminum inner pole extend to 13 feet
  • Lightweight designs makes it easy to maneuver, even when fully extended
  • Includes a 15-inch Woodzig saw blade and attachment

Reviews (17)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy of use makes this a winner
While I purchased this tool for its angle cutting ability, I was pleasantly surprised by its ease of use which translates into finishing the job far quicker than with other tools.Positioning the cutter from below is a snap.

After years of using traditional pole cutters that must be hooked over the top of the branch, using this stick is a breeze.Just come up from below.Gone also is fumbling for the rope and positioning the hand pull when the pole's length is changed.With the pruning stick, the flip of a lever permits telescoping.And there's no rope to slow you down.

This is a very well designed tool which is well worth the higher price it commands.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well when new
I've used the Telescoping Pruning Stik for 5 months to maintain 5 25ft trees. The cutting head works well for 3/4" and thinner branches. Larger than that and the jaws often get stuck around the branch. Once while trying to free it, the plastic head came off of the aluminum pole, so now I know to rotate the entire pole around the branch instead of trying to pull it free. After freeing the jaws, I was able to reattach the head. The ball-shaped pull knob on the bottom end seats very tightly and often the entire end cap comes off while trying to free it. I think it would be easier to operate if it was a T-handle. Likewise, the upper grip would also be easier to operate if it had a lower lip or pistol grip for a more positive grip. Or replace them with some sort of lever actuator for more mechanical advantage.

For branches thicker than 3/4", I use the woodzig blade. The blade cuts on the pull stroke. The blade is tough to use on thinner, flexible branches, but works pretty quickly on thicker, stiffer branches. I haven't used the blade as much and time will tell how effective it will be as it dulls. I keep the clamp attached to the pole, but I've already lost the original screw and wing nut that holds the blade. I had attached them to the clamp for storage, but should've attached them to the blade.

While the Pruning Stik was excellent when new, all of the plastic parts seem to have loosened over time. While the pole seemed flexible when new, the looseness makes it feel even more flexible. However, nothing has broken yet and it has been much less expensive than hiring professionals to trim those same trees. If and when something does break, I will be contacting Fiskars about warranty service. I should've kept the original shipping box though as it's tough to find another box that long.

4-0 out of 5 stars Effortless
Delivery took six weeks. The cutting action is so effortless, I couldn't tell whether a smaller branch had been severed, as there was virtually no resistance. I only wish that A:Fewer parts were plastic B:The pull cord were longer so I could hold the stik overhead and still use it at maximum height, and C:There was a 10 foot extension to get even higher branches. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Landscaping Tools    2. Hand Tools    3. Pruners   

134. Rubbermaid 7085-00 Heavy-Duty Resin Base Cabinet
by Rubbermaid
Tools & Hardware
list price: $89.00 -- our price: $56.99
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Asin: B0000DCBLT
Sales Rank: 442
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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  • Double-wall blow molded enclosures
  • Extra large storage capacity ? 21 cu ft
  • Weight capacity ? 335 lbs (20+ paint cans)
  • Lockable doors
  • Easy to assemble ? no tools or hardware required

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't bother
The doors don't close properly, and are very difficult to open. There is no way to latch the doors, so there is no way to keep children out of this cabinet if you are using it for paints or chemicals.

1-0 out of 5 stars LAME - DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!
It looks great but it does not close properly. The doors remain open at all times even though it is not even full. Don't bother with this.Shop around and find a different one.

1-0 out of 5 stars When will it be shipped?????
I notice my replacement product has yet to be shipped..5 days; Hard to meet a 2 day delivery..... ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Hardware    2. Shelving Hardware   

135. Allied 6652561-Piece Ratcheting Screwdriver Set with Window Storage Case
by Allied International
Tools & Hardware
list price: $19.99 -- our price: $15.19
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Asin: B00005AKZM
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

In terms of bang per buck, if a regular screwdriver were a firecracker, this set would easily be a truckload of dynamite. The screwdriver itself is a beefy, well-made tool with a large cushioned grip offering plenty of hold and leverage. The pivoting shank can be locked into straight-out and either 45- or 90-degree-angle positions, offering an easy approach to difficult-to-reach screws or extra leverage for bearing down on a nut with one of the sockets. The kit includes three square-drive bits, seven Phillips-head bits, eight hex bits, two clutch bits, six Torx-drive bits, and four slotted bits, as well as longer nos. 1 and 2 Phillips bits and two longer slotted bits. You get nine standard sockets, from 3/16 to 1/2 inch, and nine metric sockets, from 5 to 13mm, along with two 1/4-inch socket-drive adapters. To complete the fastening cornucopia, Allied has included 2-1/4- and 4-inch bit-holder extensions. We really like the tough carrying case it all comes in, which has a perfect place for everything. This is the most versatile ratcheting-driver set in our store, and considering that the ratchet driver itself is such a durable tool, we don't think you can do better for the money. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


  • Pivoting ratchet drive for 0-, 45-, and 90-degree operation
  • Expanded selection of driver bits and SAE and Metric Sockets
  • Window storage/carrying case
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars This set Rocks like a Campervan on a Honeymoon!
I've had no problems at all with this set.I've used it numerous times since I received it last month, and I couldn't be happier. What's great about it is the pivoting shank (neck?) on the thing that allows you to get into places other screwdrivers can't.I've used pivoting screwdrivers before, but this one actually locks in at a 45-degree angle, and won't slip in high torque situations the way others will.I've used this on my cars where I can attach the sockets to it and turn nuts in places my regular ratchet can't reach.

I've seriously reefed on this thing with as much force as I could muster (I'm not a small guy) when tightening the valve adjustment nut for the number three cylinder on my 1967 VW Van (which I love) and the thing held up under my best effort.I'm not saying it's unbreakable, because nothing is.I'm sure I could stick this thing in my vise put all my weight on sideways and it would break, but why would I do that.I paid for this thing!I found the bits and sockets to be pretty good.Sure they'll wear out a little faster than a professional quality socket set, and if you're a pro mechanic who goes at it 8 hours a day 5 days a week you probably won't even be looking at this set. I use it for a couple hours every weekend on my old air-cooled car collection (these VWs need a lot of attention, but they're worth it)and it's held up just fine under my abuse.This quickly went from being an impulse buy addition to my already extensive toolset, to being the most regularly usedtool in the box.Unlike my other ratchet sets, this one has a case with a labeled spot for every bit and socket, so they don't all end up floating around my toolbox. Dig it!

1-0 out of 5 stars Didn't last long
The ratchet broke with my wife using it to break loose a torx screw. Not a quality ratchet in the kit. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Mechanics' Tools    2. (Car Repair Tool Sets)    3. (Auto)    4. Hand Tools    5. Tool Sets   

136. Black & Decker FSC414K-2 Firestorm 14.4-Volt, 4-Tool Kit
by Black & Decker
Tools & Hardware
list price: $256.00
Asin: B0000648AP
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

This kit offers the perfect armload of cordless tools forthe homeowner: drill, circular saw, cut saw, and flashlight, two14.4-volt batteries, a charger, and a case to keep it all in. Thedrill is sturdy and comfortable, has a keyless chuck, andincludes a 24-position clutch for as much torque as you need. Thecut saw is amazingly light, so even the smallest hands will haveno problem keeping control of it. It makes you want to take out awall or prune a tree in the backyard just to exercise your power.The flashlight switches easily from a floodlight to a spot beam.The star of the show, however, is the Firestorm circularsaw. Light, compact, and maneuverable, the tool shows off Black &Decker's patented Sightline window atop the blade guard. A clearwindow offers a straight, bird's-eye view of your cut path tostart and keep you precisely on your cutting line. We liked thissaw especially because it's the first of its kind to come outwith an in-line blade design--meaning the saw's handle is rightbehind the blade. With the line of force directly behind thecutter it's easier to make a true, straight cut. You can't buyall these tools separately for anywhere near the price of thekit, so we think it's a heck of a deal. --Kris Jensen-VanHeste ... Read more


  • 14.4-volt flashlight with adjustable beam
  • 14.4-volt VSR drill with 24-position clutch
  • 5-3/8" circular saw with electric brake
  • Patented sightline window for maximum visibility
  • Lightweight Cut Saw for general cutting and tree pruning

Reviews (10)

2-0 out of 5 stars Battery Charger Problem
I read the other review about the problem with the Black & Decker battery charger.I also had my charger quit on me.I had 2 batteries that came with the drill. I bought another 14.4 volt B&D product so I could continue to use the drill.I quickly found out it wasn't the battery charger that was causing the problem.When I tried to recharge one of the old batteries in my new charger, it quit like the old one.After calling B&D, I was told the problem is with the battery.Once the battery goes, so will the charger.The problem is you never know when your battery is about to go until it is too late and your charger is killed as well.I think I'll cut my losses and try another brand.

4-0 out of 5 stars serves the homeowner well
i've had my set now for at least 2 years. i started with the drill kit and added the sawzall and circular saw.i don't have the flashlight but am keeping my eyes out for cheap deal on one.

the drill works very well. using it for a satellite tv business i've probably put mine through more abuse than the average homeowner has plenty of power for most applications.occasionally i wish it was a bit lighter for finesse stuff but i shouldnt complain.sometimes the drill bit works itself loose and falls out (rare) but that may just be a symptom of having a quicker chuck system which i think is worth it.i did a job in the pouring rain last week knowing full well i could destroy the drill.a couple days later some minor surface rust made the chuck hard to work but after only 2 changes it was back to normal and the drill is as good as ever.

the sawzall is awesome.tons of power.i've used it many favorite application is with the pruning blade on small brush and branches.zips right through it.

the circular saw is does bind up occasionally more than a corded saw would.the power doesnt feel as strong as sawzall but that could be an illusion.its great for 2x4's, plywood,etc when you just cant use a corded saw (and even sometimes when you could!)

the batteries have held up well i'd say overall.i'm up to 4 of them that i rotate.if i only had one i'm sure it wouldnt be enough.but with 4 i always have a couple ready to go.
i wish the charger was an intelligent rapid charger but hey, if you are buying something that costs about half what other sets cost they have to be saving money optional intelligent rapid charger would be a nice option.

**there is definatley a problem with the chargers burning out after a while.i can't put my finger on a cause but mine were about 2 years old when they both went.i'm wondering if resistance of a dying battery might trip something in the charger making it die.i threw out my first one then it happened to the second a month later leaving me up a creek.i dug around and found an old charger of similar voltage and cut off the base and spliced it far so is definately the plug (ac to dc transformer) that blows, not a short in the base itself which is fine and can be reused if you replace the plug.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice for the money
I got this set in the Firestorm with 18v of power. So I cannot speak directly for this product, but i can for black and decker.

Really nice for the money, black and decker is made by or in conjunction with dewalt. I have had my set for about two years now and all the tools work well, however, I am starting to notice that the batteries are beginning to die, which is bad because new batteries are quite costly. I think once this set goes, i will but it again. the drill performs well, and boths saws are quite impessive. changing blades and bits are simple ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Black & Decker    2. (Black and Decker)    3. Cordless Tools    4. Combo Packs    5. (Volt)    6. (V)   

137. Black & Decker CST2000 12-Volt Cordless Grass Hog 12" Trimmer/Edger with Auto Feed Spool (AFS)
by Black & Decker
Tools & Hardware
list price: $165.95 -- our price: $87.94
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Asin: B00004DTNC
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Black & Decker's Grass Hog offers the convenience of cordless power without the mess of fuel. Requiring virtually no tune-ups and no fussing with gasoline and oil mixtures, the Grass Hog gives you quiet, reliable, maintenance-free power at the flip of a switch. True, battery power doesn't measure up to the strength of a gas engine, but maybe you don't need all that power (and pollution) anyway.

This trimmer takes just a few minutes to put together, and its durable construction--backed by Black & Decker's two-year warranty--is immediately obvious. With a 12-inch cutting path--the largest of any battery-powered trimmer--the Grass Hog works quickly. It is limited to light-duty cutting of grass and foliage but can handle most homeowners' needs for weekend weed whacking. The straight-shaft design lets you easily reach under decks and stairs, and the adjustable handles offer a comfortable grip. The auto feed spool releases trimmer line as it's needed, with no tapping of the spool head required. The edger feature is easy to engage and does a decent job of cleaning up around paving stones and concrete, although it's not as powerful as gas and corded electric models when cutting extensive edges along walkways and driveways.

Weighing over 10 pounds, the Grass Hog may be a bit heavy for some users, but for small, light-duty jobs, most homeowners should find it to be quite manageable. As with all power equipment, trimmers must be handled with caution. Be sure to wear hand, eye, and foot protection when operating this serious piece of equipment. --Michelle McSweeney ... Read more


  • 30 day no-risk satisfaction guarantee and full two-year warranty
  • Cordless convenience-requires no gas, oil or tune-ups
  • Automatic Feed Spool (AFS) releases line as needed-no bumping required
  • Groom'N'Edge button rotates 180-degrees for convert from trimming to edging
  • 12-inch cut path-largest of any cordless electric string trimmer, get more done in less time

Reviews (90)

1-0 out of 5 stars battery lives 10 minutes or less
If you live on the 43rd floor this is the trimmer for you!

1-0 out of 5 stars Battery dies and no go!
We loved this trimmer. Lightweight, easy to manuever, no bumping or cutting to get line! Our yard is fairly small, so the charge was plenty to finish the job. HOWEVER, this - our third year - it was not holding a charge. I called B&D - that's just what happens. WHAT? A new battery pack is about $30-35. A new corded model ST-4000 is about $35.00. They should make you aware that you will be either buying new batteries or replacing the unit every three-four years. OUCH!

5-0 out of 5 stars Dependable, Easy to Use.
I'm on my second season with this edger and, so far, no problems.I have .3 acres on a corner lot.That's a lot of sidewalks and fenceing to edge.If I do the entire yard in one day, the battery does run down, but I get most of the yard done.Typically, I do the front yard one day and the back yard another day (mow and edge) just because it's a lot of work for this old girl.I'm not getting any younger.When I split the work up this way, my edger and matching cordless lawnmower handle the load quite well.Hopefully, I'll continue to get good service. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Cordless Tools    2. Landscaping Tools    3. String Trimmers    4. Cordless    5. (Weed Wacker)    6. (Weed Whacker)    7. (Weed Eater)   

138. Wagan 2014 Quick Flow 3-in-1 Air Compressor
by Wagan
Tools & Hardware
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B000066B55
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

It's about time somebody came out with one of these--hats off to Wagan! It's small, light, inexpensive, and needs only a 12-volt power supply. This is what we want to have in the car the next time the stars are dim and the tire goes flat. It even has a built-in light. As small as it is, the Wagan will fully inflate a vehicle tire as well as the little stuff like basketballs, beach floats, and inflatable boats. We love the peace of mind it offers and the minimal space it takes up in the trunk. Its 14-inch hose even stores right inside the unit. We doubt you'll be able to find a more versatile compressor for the price. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Comes with 2 nozzle adapters and 1 sports needle
  • 275 PSI high pressure air compressor
  • Inflates average tires in 5-7 minutes
  • Built-in work light / emergency light
  • Comes with 10-foot power cord that plugs into any 12-volt cigarette lighter

Reviews (11)

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of junk
Worked twice, then just stopped working. Blew fuses on cigarette lighters in both our cars.Yes you get what you pay for. Think.You can pick up a blow dryer for your hair for about same price; and it will work for a few years, For this product to just stop working after a few uses indicates this manufacturer has no qualms about selling defective merchandise.
Amazon should dump this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good for Starting Fires
First time and only time I used it was to inflate a motorcycle
tire. The bike was idle for 2 years and had 10 pounds in the
tire. When I turned it on, it danced and bounced around
on the driveway because it is so light. Had to hold it against
the tire with my foot so it wouldn't flip over from jumping
around. It sounded like it was working hard when connected.

I connected it for about 30 seconds, then tested
pressure with a tire gauge. Only got a pound more.
Reconnected for 1 minute, got up to 12 pounds.
Hmmm...This is going to take a while....
I figured I let it run for a few minutes while squeezing and
watching the tire carefully. After about 3 minutes I look down
at my feet and see it belching smoke. I quickly unplugged it
before flames. This thing is way too cheaply made.

1-0 out of 5 stars Compressor broke first time I used it!
I used the compressor only once and it would not go over about 20 psi. Then it shorted out after running for about 5-10 minutes. I returned it for a refund. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Air Compressors    2. Oil-less Compressors    3. Pancake    4. (Compresors)    5. (Compressers)    6. Flashlights    7. (Flash Lights)    8. Lighting    9. Lanterns   

139. Imperial Schrade IQ-180 Schrade I-Quip
by Imperial Schrade
Tools & Hardware
list price: $250.00
Asin: B00008BFRL
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Editorial Review

The Schrade I-Quip takes the idea of the multitool to a whole new level. Sure it has a stainless-steel cutting blade, Phillips and flathead screwdrivers, a built-in saw, a bottle opener, a can opener, a corkscrew, and scissors. What else would you expect from a world leader in knives and tools? But what really sets the I-Quip apart is its cargo of intelligent extras, including a computer-powered altimeter (good to 29,500 feet), barometer (with a thermometer that offers both standard and metric readings), digital compass, and clock (complete with stopwatch, alarm, date, and backlight). Add to that an LED flashlight, signal mirror, SOLAS certified survival whistle, lighter compartment, and belt clip, and this is one piece of equipment you'll want to pack for any adventure. --Carl Thress ... Read more


  • State-of-the-art altimeter, barometer, digital compass, and multifunction digital clock
  • 8 stainless steel implements designed to tackle virtually any outdoor problem
  • Signal mirror, LED flashlight, SOLAS certified survival whistle and more
  • Handy pocket clip to attach the unit securely to a belt or knapsack
  • Intelligent equipment for the outdoors

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140. Karcher K50 Cordless Electric Broom
by Karcher
Tools & Hardware
list price: $79.99 -- our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005OQLV
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Leave the vacuum cleaner in the closet the next time your child spills a few cracker crumbs or your puppy shakes off the leaves from outside. With the Karcher K50 cordless electric broom, sweeping up dirt or vacuuming a small spill is a snap. Suitable for either hard floors or carpets, the battery-operated electric broom makes both vacuum cleaners and conventional brooms seem inefficient. The user merely grabs the broom from the wall bracket, kicks the handy foot switch, and sweeps the mess of peanut shells, cat hair, or tortilla chip scraps into the built-in dustpan--all in the time it would take to unwrap the power cord from your regular vacuum. The hinged handle allows the broom to reach hard-to-access areas, while the rechargeable battery provides enough juice for 20 cleanings. With the release of the K50 cordless electric broom, Karcher sends a succinct message to households around the world: no mess is worth worrying about. --Rivers Janssen ... Read more


  • Space-saving wall bracket allows for out-of-the-way storage
  • Faster than a conventional broom, more convenient than a vac
  • Battery-powered roller brush collects fine dirt easily, as well as crumbs, leaves, and pieces of paper
  • Long-life rechargeable battery lasts 20 minutes, or vacuums for approximately 500 square feet, and recharges overnight
  • No dust bag, only a separate, easy-to-empty dustpan

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works good on vinylfloors
I was looking for a light small vacuum that does not make so much noise it scares the cat.This one is quiet, but as it says in the instructions it is not equipped to deep clean carpets.It does a good job on vinyl floors.

5-0 out of 5 stars I had my doubts . . .
I bought this because my husband wanted it.When I opened it, I thought it was too lightweight to really work.But I was wrong.I'm really happy with it for quick-cleaning the kitchen and bathroom floors.In fact, it even picks up surface debris from rugs like the one by the front door that catches all the sand from the steps (depending on the rug, you may only be able to sweep in one direction).I have been using it for several months and have no complaints.In fact, I will probably buy another one for the basement.

4-0 out of 5 stars 2years and works beautifully
I bought this item over two years ago and have never had a problem with its operation.Great for people with mobility problems and using a wheelchair.Only one minor issue...need to replace one roller on the back but getting intouch with Karcher is almost impossible ... Read more

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