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When you really need to hit the off switch, will you be able to find it? With a paddle-style safety switch like the one above, you won’t need to waste precious seconds searching — you just bump it with the nearest knee, elbow, or other close body part to turn off the machine.

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More often than not, the place you need to put your ladder is uneven — most of the outdoors just isn’t as flat and even as a parking lot. Some ladders have adjustable feet, but often you have to cope with a shaky situation any way you can.

The BaseMate ladder stabilizer provides a solid platform for most aluminum, fiberglass, and wood extension ladders.  It’s a hardened steel arch with two “Easy Connect” arms that clamp to the bottom rung of the ladder whether it’s 12″ or 44″ wide. It’ll support up to 1,200 lbs. and is weight-tested to type 1A USA and Grade 1 CDN ladder requirements.

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Working on the roof can be dangerous, especially the steeply pitched ones. I’m not going to tell you that it’s something best left to the professionals, because it really burns me up when people shill like that, but I am going to say that you might want to think about using a safety line if you do go up.

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Your eyebrows are supposed to keep sweat out of your eyes, but sometimes we perspire so much they can’t divert all the sweat streaming down your forehead. You could wear a sweatband, but not everyone wants to rock the 1980s Richard Simmons look.

The Sweat GUTR from Glove Guard is the hip new way to keep sweat out of your eyes. How do we know it’s hip? Because they leave out the E between the T and the R (not to mention the second T) just like pop photo-sharing site flickr.

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I’m not sure how old the Surform Shaver is, but I can’t remember seeing one until recently. Maybe I’ve walked past it hundreds of times in the tool aisles but just noticed it now because I recently used a Surform file.

The Surform Shaver takes the screen-like Surform blade, cuts it down to 2-1/2″, and curves it. The resulting blade fits into a 7-1/4″ long polypropylene body that can fit into tight spaces. To shave right up to corners, Stanley exposes the teeth on one side of the blade.

Pricing for the Surform Shaver starts at $3 online. Replacement blades can cost as much as a new Surform Shaver or as little as $14 for 6.

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Whether you’re fishing, making jewelry, or just trying to add another key to your keyring, you might find split ring pliers handy. Squeezing the handles causes the curved jaw to split open the ring, and the pliers keep it open as long as you keep applying pressure.

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Getting from the top of the ladder to the roof or an upper landing surface isn’t always the most graceful operation, especially if the ladder is a bit short so that it doesn’t extend three feet above the surface, like OSHA requires. Attach the Safe-T Ladder over the top of your ladder, and you’ll have some nice solid offset hand holds to help you step up.

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Not all wood is cut into nice rectangular shapes. This is especially true when you’re looking for novel blanks like pieces of burl to turn into beautiful centerpieces. But before turning the blank you need to figure out the largest or best material it will bare.

Made from 1/8″ acrylic, the Bullzeye Woodturner’s Center Finder has concentric circles marked every quarter inch and will mark circles up to 10″ in diameter. Although it’s called a center finder, it’s really more of a usable material finder.

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Need a quick way to check that your scroll or band saw table is set at the right angle? These plastic Accu-Angle gauges are a fast and easy way to set or verify the angle of the table to the blade.

The set of eight gauges measures angles from 0 to 7.5º in 0.5º steps. Each gauge measures two different angles. The whole set will run you $13 before shipping.

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You know you should be wearing hearing protection in the shop, but you don’t want to stop what you’re doing just to grab it. Do this enough times, and you might find yourself asking why everybody has started mumbling.

To avoid becoming one of 15% of the adult population with noise-induced hearing loss, you might benefit from 3M’s NI-100 Noise Indicator. Accurate to 3dB, the noise indicator flashes red every second when noise levels rise above 85 dBA (the dB limit where hearing protection is recommended) — and flashes green every second when the noise level is below 85dBA. If it isn’t flashing, either you forgot to turn it on or the battery is dead.

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