Monthly Archives: November 2006

Hitachi Miter Saw – Perfect Holiday idea.

It’s almost a crime that we’re selling the Hitachi C10FSB for $399 when our competitors are at least $50 higher. What’s even worse is that Hitachi is picking up ground shipping charges through the holidays, meaning $399.01 can get it delivered to your door. That’s a great deal, since a 60 pound saw is pretty … Continue reading »

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Convert your Ni-Cad Milwaukee Tools to Lithium-Ion

Milwaukee Tools just started offering a cool upgrade for existing customers with Ni-Cad tools. It’s a kit (2 batteries and a charger) that allows you to power the older Ni-Cad tools with their newer Li-Ion batteries. For around 2 bills, that’s not bad at all if you’ve got several tools already that you’d like to … Continue reading »

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Makita 18V Lithium-Ion Drills – White vs. Blue

Today, we added the Makita BDF452HW 18V Lithium-Ion Drill to our website. Update: Since this post this tool is now obsolete with the replacement being the LXFD01CW 18V Lithium Ion Drill. The first thing you’ll notice is that it’s white. We nicknamed it “Shamu” when we first saw it. But what makes it different from the … Continue reading »

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Limited Supplies – Stanley Socket Sets

For a very limited time, we’ve got fabulous pricing on a 20 piece mechanics socket set, a 20 piece 1/2″ drive socket set, a 37 piece socket set and a 55 piece 1/2″ and 3/8″ drive kit. Prices start under $20 and don’t get over $40 for these, so grab them while they’re hot. I’ve … Continue reading »

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Makita 18V Lithium-Ion Drills – White vs. Blue

Today, we added the Makita BDF452HW 18V Lithium-Ion Drill to our website. The first thing you’ll notice is that it’s white. We nicknamed it “Shamu” when we first saw it. But what makes it different from the standard blue Makita BDF451 18V LXT Lithium-Ion drill? Pricepoint So the first thing that’ll grab you is the … Continue reading »

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