Tool/Equipment Product Reviews


We purchased this NOCO Boost XL GB50 jump starter as we were experiencing many dead batteries in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. With us luckily being able to work from home, we were rarely driving our vehicles and as a result, the car batteries would go dead after 2-3 weeks of not driving. With the help of the NOCO Boost jump starter, we are able to jump start our cars whenever the battery died. We’d then drive the vehicles where we needed to and on a longer drive it would charge up the battery again.

bulky and would take too long to fill with air to use practically. Audew reached out to me to write a review on a portable tire inflator and I was ecstatic to try it out. The thought of having a portable tire inflator that uses power from the car’s cigarette lighter was very interesting to me as I never thought of this even being available.

Tire tread depth is extremely important to be aware of for any vehicle. Checking tire tread depth on a regular basis is the key to avoid being in the unfortunate incident of being stuck on the side of the road or even worse, involved in a dangerous car accident. Although simple in its operation, the build quality on this Steelman tread depth gauge is high.

Hand cleaners are one of those things that you may use without giving much thought to. But it’s also one of those things that you can’t live without in the workshop. Without it, you’ll have a hell of a time cleaning all that dirt, oil, and grime off your hands and from under your fingernails. I tried Gojo Hand Cleaner for the first time and found it surprisingly soft on the hands.

Recently on my way home from work, a truck kicked up some gravel which hit my windshield. I heard an incredibly loud “THWACK” sound on the glass in front of me and I quickly spotted the damage: a large, medium, and small chip all side-by-side from one another. I picked up this repair kit to repair the windshield myself.

For every oil change that I’ve been doing for the past 5 years, I’ve been using the same oil drain pan. The old one that I’ve been using was whichever one I found on the shelf at the O’Reilly Auto Parts store. I happened to come across a deal on Amazon for this green oil drain pan. It had spectacular reviews, so ordering it was a no-brainer for me.