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The Different Types of Sockets and Their Uses

by Alex Wittle December 20, 2022 3 min read

Every DIY job requires differently sized sockets but it can be difficult to sort through the abundance of types. At first glance, they all seem to be the same. If you're not sure what each socket does, don't worry about it.
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The Best Bike Repair Kits of 2022

by Alex Wittle November 02, 2022 5 min read

Imagine yourself cycling through the countryside when all of a sudden your tire blows out or your chain snaps. This is undoubtedly going to ruin your ride. Therefore, it is crucial to always have a bike repair kit to avoid such mishaps from occurring.
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10 Must-Have Power Tools for Women

by Alex Wittle October 03, 2022 5 min read

There is a tonne of home improvement courses available online, ranging from the simplest to the most complicated. But before you begin mastering the fundamentals of home repair, you need to have the right power tools. With these practical, female-friendly power tools, you can do any household task.
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What Type of Mechanism Do Socket Wrenches Use?

by Alex Wittle October 03, 2022 4 min read

By understanding how socket wrenches operate, you can be a better handyman. When choosing the best socket wrench, keep in mind the type of hardware you will be using. If you want to utilize a socket wrench for multiple jobs at once, go for a universal socket wrench.
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What Is a Socket Wrench and How Do You Use It?

by Alex Wittle September 06, 2022 4 min read

A socket wrench is a useful addition to any toolkit. If you're a mechanic or just curious to know what a socket wrench is, this blog will explain everything there is to know about these trusty tools.
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14 Must-Have Tools Every Rider Should Have

by Alex Wittle July 05, 2022 5 min read

Consider the following scenario: you're riding your bike through the countryside when it unexpectedly breaks down in a remote location. When you're in a scenario like this, with no range and no one nearby, you'll need to do emergency repairs.
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