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Eric is an Editor and Co-Founder of Tools in Action. He started his career working for a large construction company as a laborer. After graduating from DePaul University, he entered into the financial industry. He left the financial industry after eight years, no one really knows what he does. Eric’s number one favorite activity is spending time with his wife and two children.

Ryobi Cooling Cooler Review Home 

Ryobi Cooling Cooler Review

Read the full article here Quality Features Ergonomics Performance Ice Retention Value Ryobi is an incredible power tool manufacturer.  They know their market (Homeowners) and create awesome products to support their customers.  No longer are they just a power tool company but they have created a cordless brand for the homeowner who wants to do DIY projects but also wants... Read More
Milwaukee Mud Mixer Review Home 

Milwaukee Mud Mixer Review

Read the full article here Quality Features Ergonomics Performance Value When it comes to new power tools, not too many manufacturers can compete with Milwaukee Tool.  Week after week, month after month and year after year, Milwaukee Tool has been pumping out some very cool and productive new tools for the professional tradesmen.  They have been relying heavily on their proven... Read More
Ryobi Garage Air Inflator Review Home 

Ryobi Garage Air Inflator Review

Read the full article here Quality Performance Value Ryobi made a big splash back in 2016 with their introduction of the Ryobi Garage Door Opener.  The opener wasn’t your standard opener, it was so much more.  Ryobi designed the system to be modular and grow to your needs.  So users can add a fan, Bluetooth speaker, camera and more.  Speaking... Read More
Milwaukee Copper Cutter Review Home 

Milwaukee Copper Cutter Review

Read the full article here Quality Design Features Value When it comes to Milwaukee hand tools, you either love them or hate them.  I am only saying that because when it comes to hand tools, there are so many people that are loyal to a brand.  It’s like Ford, Chevy, and Dodge.  While I can appreciate the loyalty to a brand,... Read More
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