Seek CompactPro Thermal Imaging Camera

By Jim Nadeau

Seek CompactPro Thermal Imaging Camera Review We are only able to see Visual light and this makes up just a small portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.  All objects reflect, absorb and send of energy in different levels, which can be read by infrared equipment.  Thermal imaging cameras will translate thermal energy coming off these objects…

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Paulk Workbench Review

By Robert Robillard

Solution for A Small Shop I recently took the Paulk Workbench from FastCap into my shop to review and evaluate. The Paulk Workbench is an innovative workbench system with a torsion box-like design. The result of this design is that it is strong, versatile and flexible workshop solution. The Paulk Workbench top measures 3’x6’x10”, completely…

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Milwaukee M12 Thermal Imager 2258-21

By Jim Nadeau

Milwaukee M12 Thermal Imager 2258-  Review In my line of work, as a residential electrician, 95% of my customers would not know a job took you longer because you didn’t have a thermal imager. However, the majority of customers are impressed when you quickly diagnose a problem and are able to show them a thermal picture of…

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Ryobi Gas Backpack Blower

By Scott Arnold

Ryobi Backpack Blower Review – Model RY08420A When people mention Ryobi its often followed by “oh the DIY brand” or the green tools from Home Depot. When you say Ryobi to me, things that come to mind are; one of, if not the largest cordless tool platforms, dependable, and top quality outdoor power equipment. The…

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Klein Powerline Series Tool Belt

By Scott Arnold

Klein Powerline Series Tool Belt Review Working on a job site with several types on contractors has given me the opportunity to see who’s wearing what and why, which lead me to the Klein Powerline Series Tool Belt. . Regardless of the trade, one thing that everyone had in common, was a tool  belt for storing the most used hand…

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WORX Pegasus Multi-Function Work Table and Sawhorse

By Rob Foster

Sawhorse or Workbench? Why not Both? At first, I was a bit confused about the name, WORX Pegasus Multi-Function Work Table and Sawhorse. Upon first inspection, the Pegasus looks promising. I had always assumed that Pegasus was just a winged horse from Greek mythology but, after a quick review of Wikipedia I discovered that Pegasus…

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Milwaukee M18 Utility Bucket Light

By Michael Hopp

Milwaukee Bucket Light (2122-22HD) In January 2017, Milwaukee will be releasing the first ever LED Utility Bucket Light.  This new light will run off of their M18 battery platform and illuminate your job site with 2,500 Lumens.  This new Bucket Light will attract Utility providers, electrical contractors, and lineman just to mention a few.  Milwaukee…

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WiOn Indoor Wi-Fi Outlet 50050

By Robert Robillard

WiOn Indoor Smart Outlet Internet-enabled electrical outlets, plugs, power strips and light switches are a great way to start building a smart home. They add convenience to any appliance to save energy, provide security, provide safety and make our lives easier. The WiOn indoor Wi-Fi outlet 50050 is one example. Smart Homes These days’ people…

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