Category: New Tools

New Porter Cable Entry-Level Angle Grinder, PCEG011 No ratings yet.

Porter Cable has come out with a new entry-price-point angle grinder, model PCEG011. I hate to admit it, but I can’t tell what sets this grinder apart from their other entry-level model, PCE810 (also $30 at Amazon). The new grinder looks… a little shorter? Maybe it’s the switch. The new Porter Cable angle grinder has a 6A

New Milwaukee Ratcheting Wrenches No ratings yet.

I posted about Milwaukee Tool’s new combination wrenches in our NPS17 preview post. I’m not sure what happened – I never posted about the wrenches after that? Whoa. Then here’s what you need to know in a nutshell: they’re very nice full-polish I-beam-style standard length combination wrenches. Are they my favorite wrenches? Not quite, but

Why Milwaukee M12 Inflator, Instead of M18 No ratings yet.

Last week, we talked a little about the new Milwaukee M12 cordless inflator that’s coming out. There’s a common sentiment in some of the responses, boiling down to: this looks great, but I wish there was an M18 version. Here’s the thing, though. I know exactly why Milwaukee came out with an M12 version, instead of

Leatherman Updates Wave Plus, Charge Plus, Charge TTi Plus Multi-Tools with Replaceable Wire Cutter Blades No ratings yet.

Leatherman has made a small but significant change to their Wave, Charge, and Charge TTi multi-tools. Each now features new pliers jaws, with user-replaceable wire cutter blades. Previously, these pliers had fixed jaws. Mangle the cutting edge by using them on something too hard, and it would scar your pliers for the life of the