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Rather than just rounding up the the new tools this year and picking our favorites, we’ve taken a very Toolmonger approach. These are the tools we used the most in our shop during 2010 — the ones we just couldn’t or didn’t want to put away no matter how hard we tried. Yes, it’s time again for the Toolmonger Favorite Tools list, 2010 edition.

Some are new, some are older. Some are tools we’ve reviewed in the past, and some are just tools that we dropped our hard-earned cash for because we needed (or wanted) ’em. But they all share one common thread: we used the ever-lovin’ crap out of them, and we can recommend them wholeheartedly.

You’ll also notice that the pictures we’ll post aren’t studio shots. They’re photos of the actual tools we used and beat to hell — dirt, scratches, and all, because we like it that way.

We’ll post the list one tool at a time and follow with a roundup once we’ve revealed all our selections. We look forward to hearing your opinions in comments.


One Response to Toolmonger’s Favorite Tools of 2010

  1. JRinWV says:

    Paslode nail gun. We built a 24×48 house from slab to roofed using SIPs and a nail gun in 3 weeks. Joe had to give it back to Ronnie when he got out of jail, so I bought a new one, can’t live without it.

    No hammering, just pull and go. No air compressor either, silent until you pull the trigger.

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