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Each clamp in the Crescent Connect Modular Clamp System has 500 pounds of holding power.
Keep fasteners handy with these sturdy and portable containers.
Though packed with features, the meter falls somewhat short of expectations.
The 23SXP and the 23LXP pinners sport all the essential features and look durable. Check out our field test results to see how they fared.
Several cordless finish nailers substitute flywheel power for internal combustion, but DeWalt's DCN690 and DCN692 are the first framing nailers to do so.
Other finish nailers force you to compress a spring-loaded nose against the work surface to fire a shot. But with Smart Point nailers, you just touch the non-marring tip to the surface—no pushing required.
A unique Quick-Shift Mode combats overdriving, but it isn't cheap.
The Pneuhook universal quick-change hook is equipped with a coupler and a male plug so you can simply snap it onto the nailer’s male plug and snap the air hose onto the Pneuhook.
See how the new 18-volt Senco DS215-18V autofeed screw gun fared in our field-testing.
Carbon steel Centerfire circular saw blades have a knife edge rather than saw teeth and are specifically designed to make smooth cuts in foam panels and insulating concrete forms.
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