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  • A New Way to Set Up a Twin Blade Utility Knife

    Instead of using one regular and one hooked blade, what if you loaded the tool with something that didn't actually cut?

  • Milwaukee Inkzall Markers

    Markers designed with the jobsite in mind.

  • Milwaukee FUEL Circular Saw

    This brushless saw is said to cut faster and offer more runtime than conventional cordless models.

  • Milwaukee M18 Radio-Charger with Bluetooth

    A radio may not be a vital piece of jobsite equipment but a charger is, and it’s nice when they can be one and the same device.

  • New 4.0 Ah Batteries from Milwaukee and Bosch

    One of these batteries will soon be available in the U.S. market - the other is about to be released in Germany.

  • Product Watch: Milwaukee M18 Cordless Reciprocating Saw

    Milwaukee's M18 cordless one-handed 18-volt reciprocating saw (2625-21) weighs 5.9 pounds, has a 3/4-inch stroke length, and operates at 0 to 3,000 strokes per minute.

  • First Test: Milwaukee Cordless Vacuums

    At first glance, the two Milwaukee cordless hand-held vacuum models look like tool boxes: they're about 18 inches long, 11 inches tall, 8 inches wide, and have folding handles on top. They are basically identical units but in 18- and 28-volt versions.

  • 7-1/4-Inch Circular Saws

    When I field-tested 12 new models, I checked-out depth and bevel adjustments, guard operations, view of the cut line, and, of course, power. I also looked for features like easy blade changes, electric brakes, adequate dust ejection, and comfort.

  • Combination Hammers

    Working in concrete and masonry can be fun?at least in theory. Knocking down a brick or block wall, drilling anchor holes in concrete, and even hogging off ceramic tile can be an adrenaline-rich, physical diversion from the office and clients. But anyone who's spent much time drilling or chipping...

  • Metal-Cutting Circ Saws

    You can't flip open a window in a skyscraper, so we usually end up working in enclosed spaces where using cut-off saws with abrasive wheels will fill the air with acrid smoke and airborne filings. And if that's not bad enough, hogging through a bundle of metal studs in a closed room is...