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From indoor tools to outdoors, crafting to automotive, you will see our passion for tools. And we are not alone here, either. We collaborate with other users to give you the best possible tool experience.
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The thing about tools is that we all use them. In each and every trade, you are bound to use some. That is why you will see a lot of tool enthusiasts’ community talking about them.
This community is strong. The members are active. You will see hobbyists and professionals coming together, sharing their plans, experiences with different tools, dissing some brands, giving shout outs to the genuine ones, etc.
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From dentistry tools to pneumatic tools to hand tools to power tools, we love them all. Each and every one of them are useful and awesome.
We will provide you with resources that will help you find quality made, durable, and practical tools, made to last.
Most of the tool reviewers out there talk about quality and not usability. You don’t want to buy an awesome, really good quality tool and have a hard time using it.
Usability matters, and we will provide you with information that will have the best of both worlds.
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Did you know that Stanley Black & Decker is the parent company of Black & Decker, DeWalt, Porter-Cable, Mac Tools, Stanley, Craftsman, Irwin/Vice Grip & Bostitch?
Interesting right? This single company is dominating the power tools industry. However, there is also another company that can go head to head with Stanley Black & Decker.
Techtronic owns Milwaukee, Ryobi, Hoover, DirtDevil, and Bissell. These two giants practically own the power tools industry.
On the other hand, the outdoor tools industry has some pretty good competition going on. Giants like Husqvarna, Robert Bosch GmbH, JPW Industries Inc, Makita, Hitachi, Globe Tools Group, Positec Tool Corporation are competing in the market for domination.
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