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  • 18-Volt Cordless Angle Grinders

    These angle grinders won’t come close to replacing a corded version for all-day use, but most of them are capable enough to have around for average jobs or whenever the convenience of cordless grinding and cutting is needed.

  • Makita LS1018 Miter Saw

    This sliding dual compound saw has the same cross cut capacity as the LS1016 but is 10 pounds lighter and sells for about $100 less.

  • 18-Volt Cordless Recip Saws Tool Test

    The best saws offer lots of power and long runtime. We test saws from DeWalt, Hitachi, Panasonic, and more to see how they compare.

  • Top 18-Volt Tools for Builders

    Survey says: here are the cordless tools builders have, the ones they want, and their favorite brands.

  • Top 18-Volt Tools for Remodelers

    Survey says: here are the cordless tools remodelers have, the ones they want, and their favorite brands.

  • Ridgid Tri-Stack Compressor

    The motor and pump can be removed from this compressor for separate use and to make the tool easier to transport.

  • Ridgid Tile Saw

    The R4030 is a high-capacity 7-inch tile saw that sells at a very low price point

  • Air-Powered Shingle Cutter

    Making crisp, straight cuts in asphalt shingles with a utility knife can be tricky in warm weather and downright tough when it's cold.

  • Full-Size Oscillating Multi-Tools

    Look for a powerful model that offers quick blade changes and is easy to grip in any position

  • Tool Test: 18-Volt Drill/Drivers

    Today's cordless drills are significantly better than the ones I used four or five years ago — they have more power and greater runtime, and take less time to charge. Many of them are lighter, too. The most obvious change has been the move from nicad to lithium-ion batteries, with lithium-ion...