As tools get more sophisticated -- and more expensive -- you've got to keep up with the latest innovations to make sure you buy the best equipment for the money.
And here's a smart way to stay on top of the best new products out there -- plus recent upgrades to old favorites.
Our 2010 Tool Guide is the most up-to-date, comprehensive, authoritative tool-buying guide you'll find anywhere.
It's also the most unbiased -- with hundreds of frank appraisals and valuable product comparisons from 6,000 actual users, including industry experts and regular people like you.
Over 300 tools have been put through their paces -- each one subjected to the rugged, real-world treatment you demand on a day-to-day basis.
Here are some of the questions our respondents ask as part of their product evaluations.
- Does it perform precisely as it's supposed to?
- Is it comfortable to use?
- Is it durable?
- How does it stack up against the competition?
- Does it have any special quirks you should know about?
- Is it a good value for the price?
All the answers are delivered in clear, easy-to-understand language -- with lots of photos and graphics to help you see how each product works.
Here are just a few of the products we put under the microscope.
- 18-volt cordless drills
- Router combination kits
- Random orbit sanders
- Mortising machines
- 16-gauge finish nailers
- Air hoses
- Dust masks
- Laser measures
- Thin kerf blades
- Bench vises
The content for our 2010 Tool Guide is selected from recent issues of Fine Homebuilding and Fine Woodworking -- plus some new articles featuring noteworthy product introductions and some great gift ideas.Before you buy another expensive tool, make sure you pick up a copy of our new tool guide. For only $9.99, it's a smart investment that will save you lots of time, money and potential frustration.
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Table Of Contents Editor's Letter
On the Horizon -- New Tools
Build a Proper First-Aid Kit
18-volt Cordless Drills
Cordless Impact Drivers
Router Combo Kits
Random Orbit Sanders
16-gauge Finish Nailers
Block Planes for Builders
Shop Storage Options
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