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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.

Milwaukee Impact Wrench 2861-22 Power Tools 

Milwaukee Impact Wrench 2861-22

Read the full article hereWhat, Milwaukee has another impact wrench on the market.  Who would have thought?  Well, leave it to Milwaukee to not stand still.  Even though they have a couple different M18 impact wrenches on the market, they wanted to one up themselves.  Now they have an M18 Impact Wrench that is Fuel, which means it’s brushless.  Is... Read More
Milwaukee Hand Tools Home 

Milwaukee Hand Tools

Read the full article hereMilwaukee just introduced a bunch of new hands.  While I know this isn’t surprising, this is just the tip of the iceberg.  I am assuming they will be launching a ton of new hand tools in 2017 & 2018.  It’s weird to think that just a couple of years ago, they didn’t even have one.  Now... Read More
Hilti Multi-Bay Charger C 4/36-MC4 Home 

Hilti Multi-Bay Charger C 4/36-MC4

Read the full article hereHilti just introduced a new multi port charger, which is awesome.  How awesome is it to be able to insert four batteries and let them charge.  No more running back and forth trying to figure out when a battery is finished charging and replacing it with another that needs to get charged.  Now you can just... Read More
Bosch Bulldog XtremeMax GBH2-28L Home 

Bosch Bulldog XtremeMax GBH2-28L

Read the full article hereThe Bosch Bulldog Xtreme Max.  If you are familiar with the Bosch bulldog, you probably don’t need an introduction, this is just something you want to own.  If you aren’t familiar with it, you have probably seen a lot of other companies try to copy it, but haven’t had the success Bosch has had.  If you are... Read More
Ryobi Stud Detector Home 

Ryobi Stud Detector

Read the full article hereWhen you are looking for a stud detector you will notice you can spend anything from a couple of dollars to hundreds of dollars, there is a huge range.  Ryobi being designed for the homeowner has come out with a very inexpensive detector for the homeowner.  The unit is priced around $30 for the Ryobi Stud Detector... Read More
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