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5 New Innovation Tools by RIDGID

5 New Innovation Tools by RIDGID
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Faucet & Sink Installer https://goo.gl/a98xyy
Telescoping Basin Wrench https://goo.gl/qYbQiz
One Stop Wrench https://goo.gl/xDKaIB
Cordless Brushless Dual Bevel Sliding Miter Saw Kit https://goo.gl/c7V99I
STRAPLOCK Pipe Handle https://goo.gl/Dx4q7w

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  1. I'm trying to replace a kitchen faucet.  I need a tool that will remove the metal nut holding the faucet on.  I cannot fit a traditional basin wrench up to get to the metal nut, there's just no room on this particular sink to use that tool.   Does anyone have any ideas on how to do that short of taking off all supply lines and drain pipes and then removing the entire sink?

  2. Awesome tool too bad its not for sale in Canada.

  3. ANNOYING MUSIC RUINS THE PRESENTATION

  4. how can I buy this tools, please send me more information.

  5. i have most of these tools and they are amazing!!!

  6. Interesting tools. Music's gotta go, it distracts from what we're looking at.

  7. que pena que aqui no Brasil não tem isso e si tivesse sei um preço isorbitante de caro ,em quanto ai no U.S.A e barato estado tem aceso as ferramentas, que pena…

  8. que pena que aqui no Brasil não tem isso e si tivesse sei um preço isorbitante de caro ,em quanto ai no U.S.A e barato estado tem aceso as ferramentas, que pena…

  9. not a single one of these is new or innovative

  10. Love the One Stop tool but bet it's made in China.

  11. Where do you buy these? Went to their site under new products and none of these there.

  12. 欲しい工具が沢山あるね。
    アメリカの工具はどれをとっても、優れもの。
    50年前、アメリカの鋼の材質にビックらこいたよ。

  13. I really liked the third tool seems very useful

  14. I have that plumbing tool is awesome

  15. en donde puedo adquir sus productos..

  16. Now this will be useful…. At last a good idea on YouTube….. When are they sold ?

  17. I was a plumber for many years. The cocktail is handy, with the new adapters I can imagine it would take the place of a few other tools in the tool box except that the adapters are plastic. The basin wrench with flashlight, very handy under a cabinet. trying to balance a flashlight or getting in the right place so you can see is a pain. The fact that it has a ujoint and you can use a ratchet on it is sweet. The wrenches, well, useful to a degree grabbing the bottom nut and tightening the top nut would most likely cause the valve to spin. And sticking the tool in the top, there's a chance of warping the threads and not being able to get the 3/8" nut on. The strap wrench could be handy for what they're using it for in some situations, like working alone with large pipe. But, if your gluing large diameter pvc you'd better have them on beforehand. It it is disappointing to see them in the box stores for home owners to buy who most of the time don't know how to use them to begin with or know how to do plumbing up to code. there are many an engineer's who shouldn't be allowed to own a hammer. Not all mind you. so need to go off on that last one.

  18. I was a plumber for many years. The cocktail is handy, with the new adapters I can imagine it would take the place of a few other tools in the tool box except that the adapters are plastic. The basin wrench with flashlight, very handy under a cabinet. trying to balance a flashlight or getting in the right place so you can see is a pain. The fact that it has a ujoint and you can use a ratchet on it is sweet. The wrenches, well, useful to a degree grabbing the bottom nut and tightening the top nut would most likely cause the valve to spin. And sticking the tool in the top, there's a chance of warping the threads and not being able to get the 3/8" nut on. The strap wrench could be handy for what they're using it for in some situations, like working alone with large pipe. But, if your gluing large diameter pvc you'd better have them on beforehand. It it is disappointing to see them in the box stores for home owners to buy who most of the time don't know how to use them to begin with or know how to do plumbing up to code. there are many an engineer's who shouldn't be allowed to own a hammer. Not all mind you. so need to go off on that last one.

  19. best new inventions vid I've seen. no click bait and the tool in the thumbnail was up front. nice.

  20. Nice tools turn off the stupid music and say something.

  21. Me, as a Journeysman plumber wouldnt bother with 1 2 4 and 5 of those tools, ive never had to nor wanted to use a basin wrench of any kind. The only thing that might be nice is the combo wrench.

  22. Did it say FREE batteries for life?

  23. Great tool! Is it made in the USA? If not, pack it in your Trump.

  24. WOW'' MAN IT'S EXILLANT AND TOOOOOO GOOD. ,😀😀
    THANK for showing the good tool.

  25. Can't tell you how many ass-crack idiots are out there calling themselves plumbers. No professionalism in the repair plumbing trade anymore. Just run from one call to the next trying to sell a mainline. If you aren't in the dirt, you aren't in the money. New construction plumbing is a whole different story. Might be able to afford some of those Rigid tools. Even the name "Repair" plumber is a lie. There is no repairing being done–just replacement. Can't justify sending a truck on the road to "repair" some crappy old p.o.s. that the homeowner bought at Home Depot and installed with duct tape and tie wire. Buy crap, install crap, expect the plumber to make it all better in ten minutes for ten dollars. Ain't happening.

  26. In Europe the dealer network is small and what they do is to invite the dealers and important users at the Ridgid HQ-production center for introduction to the product and for binding of the customer. But I can tell you that is a lot of organisational work but it brings sales. The hardest part is to get the customer there.

  27. ridgid just make nice things ,,, its just that simple.

  28. all  very useful but they need promotion to be known. as a diy'er I won't discover them in my shops.

  29. the last one doesn't seem very useful/needed, but the rest were ok.

  30. I have one of those faucet and sink installer tools and it has come in very handy.

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