The Ultimate Workshop experts share essential hand-tools that should be found in the most basic workshop.
Chris Grundy discovers some basic tools with a new twist.
Hang on and pick up metal objects with these attractive tools.
Here are the DIY Basics on creating the well-equipped toolbox.
This handy multi-use tool lets you remove or drive screws and bolts almost effortlessly. Learn more about it here at the DIY Network.
The Leatherman Skeletool is a stripped-down, skinny multi-tool.
The time-saving Twist-Lok drill bit holds screws with a magnet as you work.
This lightweight screwdriver is part hand driver, part drill.
DIY Network shows you how to properly drill a pilot hole and countersink a screw.
DIY Network offers information about this special power driver that drives large quantities of screws into various materials easily.
The Pro Driver Impact Set lets you easily remove rusted or stripped screws.
With a wrist twist, a DIYer powers up this motion-activated screwdriver.
This palm-sized cordless screwdriver may be small, but it's no lightweight.
Check out this handy tip for holding screws on the end of a screwdriver.
Re-keying a lock is easier than ever with the SmartKey from Kwikset.