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2013 Tool Guide

2013 Tool Guide

SKU# 015010

10th Edition of America’s best-selling all-tool resource

From the editors of Fine Woodworking and Fine Homebuilding

Softcover magazine

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  • Product # 015010
  • Type Softcover magazine
  • Published Date 2012

Buy the right tool for your needs and budget. Tool Guide 2013, like all its bestselling predecessors for the last decade, is your go-to resource for the latest news, reviews, and ratings on 250 woodworking tools, builders’ tools, and home tools for do-it-yourselfers.

Getting the best tool for your money pays dividends. Tools are not only key to on-the-job success, but they are also a major investment. That’s why you’ll want to compare features, flaws, and bottom-line tool reviews and comparisons in Tool Guide 2013 before putting your money down.

Find out what experts and people like you think. Fine Woodworking and Fine Homebuilding authors, editors, and readers offer honest evaluations of this year’s hand tools, power tools, machines, pneumatic tools, and accessories. You’ll find reviews of everything from carpenter’s hand tools and circular saws to sanders, bandsaws, and pin nailers – even generators and compressors.

The best new tools – and a preview of next year. Get a look at brushless motors, the next big thing in cordless tools, which jointer-planer might be a “buy,” the revolution in dust collection, and how feather boards can help you work more safely.

Check the ratings before you buy! Thousands of pros and homeowners rely on Tool Guide before making any tool purchase. Because, for only ten bucks, you’re armed with insider information that can save hundreds of dollars and help you avoid wasted time and frustrating do-overs.

 

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We've depended on the Tool reviews to guide us over many years, as we rehabbed our first and then second pre-1920 homes, gained skill, and moved up from basic to more substantial tools. This guide helped us find a wonderful replacement for our worn out table saw, and helped us plan for future purchases and "replacements". Thanks for clear, useful information for making good purchases of tools that have served us well.

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