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What is the best carabiner for keys? (ANSWERED)

best carabiner for keys
What is the best carabiner for keys? Heaven knows I have broken enough of the cheap D-clips during practical everyday carry (EDC) of my keys. For me, the big issue with most key holder D-clips is the spring. It gives out and the potential for my keys to fall off my bag or belt loop is high. At the moment, the...

Guide to buying the best splitting maul

best splitting maul for firewood
The best splitting maul makes wood chopping much easier than using an axe. A maul differs from axe in construction and weight. The head has a different profile and its weight is more. This provides you with a much easier time chopping wood. Let's look at a few top-rated mauls and provide a buyers guide in this article. Find the best splitting...

Table saw vs miter saw: What’s the difference?

miter saw vs table saw
I use to cut small boards for my projects with a hacksaw and a miter box. I had the large sheets cut at the home center before buying them. Efficient? Hardly. Did it work? Most of the time. But, now my projects require an upgrade in tools. (Find the best deals on miter and table saws on Amazon.) In this article,...

What is the best place to buy tools?

best place to buy tools
Whether sockets, screwdrivers, or drills, I am always in the market for good deals on tools. But, what is the best place to buy tools right now? I created a list of 7 different sellers. Each range in quality and price. Let's start with Amazon. Remember: Some tool brands are cheaper than others, some are more expensive, some can be purchased...

Best pocket hole jig in 2023

best pocket hole jig
Woodworking is a hobby of mine. But I can be impatient, especially with traditional joinery techniques. When I came across pocket hole joinery, I was sold. That brought me to a big question: What is the best pocket hole jig for me? I'll explain why I bought the Kreg Jig R3, along with why I think the K4 and Mini would...

Guide to buying the best air hammer in 2023: Let’s chisel!

best air hammer
The best air hammer, also called an air chisel, is a hand operated pneumatic tool meant for cutting different metals and stones. They work well for removing control arm bushings, popping out CV joints, or peening/bucking solid rivets. A good chisel will make life in the automotive garage so much easier. These tools comes in different designs to hold different tips as demanded...

Best 110v MIG Welder in 2023

Best 110v MIG Welder for home use
The best 110v MIG welder for home use will create strong, clean welds, especially for body work. A metal inert gas welding is probably the easiest to learn -- compared to ARC and TIG. The best budget MIG welder is small and can operate of household current. Let's look at what to consider when getting one. Search and read customer reviews of good budget...

Best impact socket set under $200 buyers guide

Who makes the best impact socket set under $200 in 2023? That's what I wanted to know. Read customer reviews to find the best impact socket brand on the market on Amazon. I looked into it the question and found the big brands like Craftsman, Dewalt, Snap-on, Matco, MAC, etc. and all great sockets for day to day wrenching. I also...

Guide to buying the best brake bleeder on the market in 2023

Best Brake Bleeder
You hear the screeching when you get near the stop sign. It’s time to change the brakes again. Last time it went well, minus the flushing. You just don’t have another qualified person to help. Thankfully, a few companies have designed bleeding kits that will speed up the fluid flushing process and let you do it solo. What is the best...

Guide to buying the best glass cutter in 2023

best glass cutter
Contrary to its designated name, the best glass cutter does not cut the glass clean, but scores it instead (as a scratch) to make a split in the surface causing the glass to break in two along the score. Glass cutters of old had diamond-tip cutting heads (no lubricant required), nowadays the most common are cutting wheels made of tungsten...