All tools (if they are the correct tool for the job and if they are used correctly) will save the user time. And TIME IS IMPORTANT – – – both in shopping for the best tool to do the job and in completing the job itself. Many of the simpler tools are very much the same in quality. They are often made from the same materials and have the design. For example, there are only so many ways you can make a basic hammer or screwdriver. However, QUALITY becomes very important when you are talking about your larger and/or more complex (and invariably more expensive) tools. Additionally, FEATURES (e.g., for safety or for ease of use) become important items for the buyer to consider and decide whether he/she needs/wants the offered feature. Just like having the right tool for the job, having a particular feature on a tool can make doing the job so much easier. In this section, we evaluate a variety of home and business tools pointing out their uses, features, strengths and weaknesses to hopefully help make your buying decision easier and better.