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The Craftsman V20 USB Power Source turns your V20 tool batteries into a power bank! This is my review and overview of its features.
Coming soon! The new Craftsman Restorer is a 4 amp variable speed sander and grinder that’s perfect for working with wood, metal, cement, and other surfaces. This is my review and overview of its features!
I review the new Craftsman socket trays which feature some unique design features that set them apart from anything else I’ve seen.
Tool and gear storage on the go… with a thumpin’ boom box as well? I check out the complete line of VersaStack units from Craftsman, including their incredible jobsite radio.
Grab the syrup because we’re cooking up a Craftsman pancake… air compressor! This is my unboxing and overview of how to use their new 6 gallon air compressor.
It’s so small and handy… great for your shop! I unbox and take a first look at Craftsman’s V20 Compact Blower.
In this episode of Tool Talk I review the new CRAFTSMAN V20 Cordless LED Hanging Work Light.
In this episode of Tool Talk I show how to install a Hellwig rear sway bar on a 2011 Ford F-150 pickup truck.
By taking the time to clean your tools, they will not only last longer, but will perform significantly better throughout their service life as well. Here's how to do it!
This morning on "The Drive" radio show, I talked about Craftsman tools, Motorz, and I got to ask to ask Steve Saleen a few questions!
Chris T. and Meredith Ochs from the SiriusXM's Freewheelin' radio show interviewed me today! We talked about Motorz, Craftsman tools, the SEMA Show, and more. Listen to the full radio interview here!
The history of man has generally followed a long and illustrious timeline of discovery. From the first time a spark was created to walking on the surface of a foreign body beyond earth, the innovation of mankind has potential we have barely begun to discover. At the forefront of this great and timeless endeavor lies a few inventions that, without them, would have ...
Taking your car to a professional mechanic can end up costing you hundreds of dollars and eat away at your savings. Most people don’t realize that you can do repairs and maintenance to your car yourself, saving time and money. To avoid unnecessary expenditures, here are some tools you need in your toolbox to be an at-home mechanic. (more…)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_CLv9j0QYE [Motorz TV]