Podcast Episode 55 — How to Spend $2,500 on Tools
From table saws to beer and snacks, the guys go all out in this heated debate.
In this podcast episode, editor and host Justin Fink is joined by editorial director Rob Yagid and associate editor Patrick McCombe. They take the entire episode to argue about the best way to spend $2,500 on tools. There is also a listener comment on using metric tape measures.
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Resources mentioned in (or related to) this podcast episode:
- Patrick’s $2,500 Tool Wish List on Amazon.
- Justin’s $2,500 Tool Wish List on Amazon.
- Rob’s $2,500 Tool Wish List on Amazon.
- Jeremy Hess’s Tool Test article: Hammer Drills and Impact Drivers.
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