Stuff We Love: Hand Tools That Really Help Out
This week's edition of Stuff We Love spotlights four tools that pros are going to want to have on hand at all times.
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Stuff We Love: Hand Tools
On this week’s edition of Stuff We Love, Marty Dyck get his hands on four tools with a variety of applications and uses. They include a couple of sturdy and dependable re-designed welding pliers, a nifty window trimming tool, and a small but powerful pull saw.
To find out what Marty loves about these tool bags, watch the video below. To learn more about each individual product and find out where you can buy them online, keep reading.
These two tools from Irwin are built to lock things in place and keep them there for as long as you need. Both are updated versions of Irwin’s classic Vise-Grip tool line, featuring re-designed grips and large hex key adjusting screws so you can control the amount of pressure the tool is clamping with.
Bench Dog’s Trim-Loc Casement Trim Installation Tool is something that anyone who regularly trims windows (or anything, really) should always have in their tool bag. The Trim-Loc is both a square and a set-up tool with built-in tape measure hooks and 45-degree and 90-degree guides for quick marking. You can buy one here.
The Roamwild Multi Pull Saw Pro is made for cutting through laminate, melamine, contiboard, PVC pipe, plywood, pine, oak, and other hardwoods- so pretty much everything. This pull saw is technically two saws in one, with a 12-inch edge for general cuts and a 6.5-inch edge for finer cuts. There’s even a tack puller and hammer built into the base of the handle for convenient pounding and pulling.
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