We here at CopTool are always doing our best to try to stay on top of the latest and greatest power tool news while publishing relevant and timely articles. The problem is that some people out there are so hungry for facts and information regarding the wonderful world of power tools that they read our articles much faster than we could ever hope to write new ones. It is for these die hard consumers of professional tool journalism that we strive to not only stay abreast of new innovations in the professional tool market, but also of new sources of information where one can learn about power tools.Pro Tool Reviews started as a tool review website about five years ago, but will be expanding into a real live print magazine as of this month. The editors of Pro Tool Reviews feel that the lack of power tool coverage in traditional media showed a void in the market, and that void was one that they were all to ready to fill.
I am fully aware of the irony that accompanies this statement, but I understand why someone would prefer a print publication that they can hold in their hands over looking at a computer screen. There is something about reading something from a computer screen that just gives it less flavor than reading the same thing from bound together pieces of paper.
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