Research & Planning

HOW DO WE WORK?

Personally, all the content is researched, planned, verified, and written/designed by me and my team to provide you with the…


How I Hunt Tools?

I do tend to go out to stores to buy the items myself. Talk to the staff as well as my uncle for advice to ensure you’re getting the real-life experience.

The Makita Blade Set

Here, is a Makita blade Set I bought recently from the near tool warehouse. Don’t get caught up by the Image. I usually prefer taking pictures with a bonafide camera. So, you can see the tool’s clear-cut detailings.

ALL Are Not Easy To Find

As for the tools, all are not easy to find let alone at a decent price. I always try to get my hands on the tools mentioned in our blog but, that’s not possible all the time. So, I rely on extensive online feedback from real customers of these tools.


Do I Use Stock Photos?

In a matter of fact, I hate using stock images. Because they look fake. I want to give you a real user-based experience myself. Since I have been around these tools my whole life. And not doing the right thing the right way is an injustice to you, myself, and these little buddies.

But, when I don’t have the mentioned tools images available. In that emergency moments, I do tend to use stock images from verified sites for image coverage.

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Cuts And Scratches!

Phew! that was fun. But, the gears here are getting stuck. Let me just oil them up with some of our Ah! moments and old photos.

That was a harsh wound. Uncle had an Aluminum folding Ladder used for painting and ceiling work. I was pretty badly scraped by the edge of the ladder during the work.

So, I advise you to wear gloves when holding folding ladders to avoid hand and finger pinching and scraping.


Our Old Tools

Here is our old portfolio, these are some of the oldest tools we saved up. I think you would already have the latest models for these chaps.

– Miter Saw, Router, Screw Driver Set, Die Grinder, Wood Planer –