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MAKITA 18V LXT Cordless 14″ Chain Saw XCU03Z

http://www.coptool.com/makita-18v-lxt-cordless-14-chain-saw-xcu03z/ Makita has really jumped into the Outdoor Power Equipment (OPE) arena with both feet and currently uniquely positioned to be one of the strongest players moving forward. There has been a big push away from 2 Stroke small engines for several reasons including hassle of mixing & storing gas, emissions standards and noise just to name a few. Makita... Read More
Festool CT SYS Dust Extractor (Quick Review) OPE 

Festool CT SYS Dust Extractor (Quick Review)

http://toolguyd.com/festool-ct-sys-dust-extractor-quick-review/ Festool’s CT SYS dust extractor, 584174, gave rise to mixed feelings initially, but I’ve grown to really like its portability and versatility. It’s a portable dust extractor fitted to 2 Systainers tool boxes. Technically, all you need is the bottom section – that’s where the vac system and dust collection bag live – but the top section makes hose management a lot easier.... Read More
Echo 58V Chainsaw Review CCS-58V4AH Cordless Tools OPE 

Echo 58V Chainsaw Review CCS-58V4AH

https://www.protoolreviews.com/tools/outdoor-equipment/echo-58v-chainsaw-review/29126/I recently had all kinds of fun conducting a shootout of eight battery-operated chainsaws for Pro Tool Reviews. As I mentioned at the time, I did a similar test four years ago but the field was much thinner due to the relative lack of power compared to what we have today. Now, more manufacturers are The post Echo 58V... Read More
Milwaukee M18 Fuel Hedge Trimmer Review Cordless Tools OPE 

Milwaukee M18 Fuel Hedge Trimmer Review

https://www.protoolreviews.com/tools/outdoor-equipment/milwaukee-m18-fuel-hedge-trimmer-review/28408/What was a kid, I absolutely hated when Mom and Dad declared that it was Yard Day. Most of it wasn’t so bad, but I dreaded trimming the hedges. It meant dragging those 50-foot extension cords all around the yard to different outlets all morning. Pros, of course, don’t mess with the extension cords, but The post Milwaukee M18... Read More
16-Inch EGO Chainsaw Review: Model CS1604 OPE 

16-Inch EGO Chainsaw Review: Model CS1604

https://www.protoolreviews.com/tools/outdoor-equipment/16-inch-ego-chainsaw-cs1604/29296/All other things equal, battery-powered tools are preferable to gas-powered tools. Consider this – you don’t have to keep gas that’s flammable and spillable on hand, you don’t have to mess around with mixtures on two strokes or add oil to four strokes, don’t have to clean the air filter, you don’t fiddle around with The post 16-Inch EGO... Read More
Milwaukee M18 Fuel String Trimmer Review Cordless Tools OPE 

Milwaukee M18 Fuel String Trimmer Review

https://www.protoolreviews.com/tools/outdoor-equipment/milwaukee-m18-fuel-string-trimmer-review/28409/As we continue our review series of this Spring’s latest outdoor power equipment, we come to the new Milwaukee M18 Fuel String Trimmer. It’s important to note before we dive in that Milwaukee is targeting their OPE to commercial Pros as a supplement to gas-powered tools. It’s from that perspective we’re looking at what Milwaukee The post Milwaukee M18... Read More
Jobsite Fail: Contractor Guts the Wrong House OPE 

Jobsite Fail: Contractor Guts the Wrong House

https://www.protoolreviews.com/news/jobsite-fail-contractor-guts-wrong-house/29011/Mistakes and accidents are just part of the jobsite: if you’re going to work, they’re going to happen. We always aim to avoid overt negligence and carelessness, so we have workflow plans, safety procedures, and safety equipment. But that doesn’t cover all bases because a jobsite fail can still happen in communication with the client, The post Jobsite Fail:... Read More
Chainsaw Basics for Apprentices and Pros OPE 

Chainsaw Basics for Apprentices and Pros

https://www.protoolreviews.com/tools/outdoor-equipment/chainsaw-basics/29191/It occurred to us that an article on chainsaw basics might be just the ticket for new apprentices getting into the field. It might even be a good refresher for Pros who do this day in and day out. The average chainsaw injury requires 110 stitches, so wear protective gloves, boots, chaps, and eye protection. The post Chainsaw Basics... Read More
EGO 21 in Snow Blower Review OPE 

EGO 21 in Snow Blower Review

https://www.protoolreviews.com/tools/outdoor-equipment/ego-21-in-snow-blower/29330/The EGO 21 in snow blower is one of only a handful of cordless battery-powered snow blowers. When reading the rave reviews of other EGO products, I had to see how if EGO’s snow blower lived up to the hype! When you live in Michigan, snow comes with the territory due to breezes from the west, over the The post EGO 21... Read More
Giottos Rocket Air Blaster, a Squeezable Dust-Clearing Blower OPE 

Giottos Rocket Air Blaster, a Squeezable Dust-Clearing Blower

http://toolguyd.com/giottos-rocket-air-blaster-squeezable-dust-clearing-blower/ After taking a bunch of pictures with visible splotches from sawdust, I figured it was time to get some proper lens cleaning tools. One of the first tools I needed was an air blower. After some searching, I found numerous recommendations for the Giottos Rocket Air Blaster blower. Giottos offers the air blower in 4 sizes: Large (in Black AA1900,... Read More
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