Scott Arnold

Contributing Editor Scott Arnold is the owner of Scott Arnold Remodeling LLC out of Waltham MA. Custom decks, fireplace makeovers, kitchens and bathrooms, Scott enjoys the frame to finish concept. Scott will share his perspective on tools as carpenter and remodeler here and on AConcordCarpenter.com

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Makita 40V Cordless Plunge Saw Review

Makita 40V XGT 6-1/2″ Cordless Plunge Saw Kit Review – Model GPS01M1J Buying a new tool for your business or hobby workshop may be thrilling and stressful, at least for me, as you sift through information to find the greatest fit for your needs. You’re now looking at a plunge saw /track saw. Is the […]

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New Ryobi 18v ONE+ Scrubbers Review

Ryobi’s 18v ONE+ Scrubbers – Model P4500 and P4510 Ryobi Power Scrubbers are part of the over currently 260 tools that are compatible with Ryobi’s 18v ONE+ battery platform. That is impressive! From the construction site to garage door openers and now to your car washing needs, Ryobi does it all. There truly is something […]

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Ridgid Subcompact Right Angle Drill Review

RIDGID Subcompact Cordless Right Angle Drill – Model R87701B The Ridgid line of subcompact tools has really impressed us here at Tool Box Buzz. From their brushless impacts drivers,  neat multi-material cut-off saw, and now to the Ridgid Subcompact Right Angle Drill. We don’t use a right-angle drill all the time, but it’s the tool […]

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LENOX Contractor’s Big Daddy 26PC Hole Saw Kit

LENOX Contractor’s BIG DADDY Speed Slot Hole Saw Kit LENOX Tools is a brand of hand tools, power tool accessories, and industrial band saw blades made in the United States. Saw blades, utility knives, snips, and other cutting instruments are the company’s main products. LENOX, formally known as the American Saw and Manufacturing Company was […]

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Bad Ass Extension Cords Review

Bad Ass Extension Cords We still require power in a world where the bulk of our job sites is cordless! How do we keep our batteries charged? The obvious solution is to use a charger, but what if the power supply isn’t nearby? Extension cords are useful in this situation. Since 1925, the word “extension […]

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OX Tools Tradesman Level Series Review

OX Tools Tradesman Level Series Back in 2016 the crew of Tool Box Buzz ran a Head to Head on the Best Construction Level. We had 4 industry-leading brands in that H2H. Fast forward to 2022 we are still seeking out the best of the best when it comes to precision levels. OX Tools recently […]

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Bessey K Body Revo Jr. Clamp Review

Bessey K Body Revo Jr. Clamps Is there a limit to how many clamps you can have? There are those that may argue yes, but we believe it is impossible. The TBB gang believes that you can never have too much of anything. Our goal is to always have the correct tool for the job. […]

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Stabila LD250 Laser Distance Measurer Review

Stabila LD250 Bluetooth Laser Distance Measurer The modern alternative to the traditional tape measure is a laser distance measurer (LDM). You won’t need to rely on another person with a steady hand to conduct accurate measurements with the Stabila LD250 BT Laser Distance Measurer because LDMs can be handled by a single person across long […]

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DEWALT 20V MAX 3 x 360 Green Laser Review

DEWALT 20V MAX 3 x 360 Green Laser – Model DCLE34030G-QU The concept of a laser level has been around since at least the early 1970s, the original spinning-mirror design laser plane and line-level was patented by the late 1980s,  and the compact lens-based laser line level (as produced by many tool manufacturers today) was […]

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Milwaukee M18 FUEL Mud Mixer Review

Milwaukee M18 FUEL Mud Mixer Review – Model 2810-22 Is an 18-volt mixer capable of mixing heavy compounds? Other brands use 36 volts, 40 volts, and even 60 volts. Milwaukee is not one of them! The Milwaukee Fuel Mud Mixer is a powerful machine that relies on the M18 platform. Concrete mixing and mortar mixing […]

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