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Narex Richter VS. Stanley 750 Chisels – Tool Review Tuesday

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On this Tool Review Tuesday we are comparing the Narex Richter Chisels vs the Stanley 750s. As always, I have never and will never take money for paid reviews. These are tools I have purchased and used extensively. If you can think of a better name than Tuesday Tool Reviews (Not Tool Duel @mattestlea already came up with the G.O.A.T.) PLEASE let me know down in the comments. Let me know what you’d like to see next. Thanks for watching! Please like, comment and subscribe. Cheers!
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Stanley FatMax Carpenters Chisels Review

Here’s a quick review and comparison of the new Stanley FatMax heavy duty Carpenters chisels . .

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  1. so I bought a set of the Stanleys, and turns out the primary bevel is 30 degrees (not 25 as expected) so what should I do? reshape the primary bevel to 25 and add a 30 degree or add a 35 degree secondary on top of the 30?

  2. Don't waste money on a gift box.
    If you want a box for your chisels, make the box yourself with the chisels you saved money on by not buying the box.

  3. J K-T: curious what your thought is on the Narex chisels for someone brand new to wood working (excluding price.) Do you feel that learning to flattening the backs and getting chisels ready to use is a needed skill? If that is true, would the Stanley’s be a “better” starter set as one is forced to learn how to prep the chisels? Thanks much!

  4. If you could do a video on block planes?
    Not so much brand comparisons but more types (eg 60.5 vs 9.5 vs 102 vs 120 etc) and what each excel at or struggle with.

  5. Today's 750, their quality consistencies are all over the place. I've seen some where I question their heat treat even. Narex sets have been consistent with your review for sure. Can't beat them for the price.

  6. There does not seem to be an alliteration that goes well with 'tool'. However, your "Tool Review Tuesday" works fine, now you are locked into presenting your reviews on Tuesdays.
    Tool Report
    Tool Report Card
    Tool Examination
    Tool Review (less Tuesday)
    Tool versus Tool
    Anyway, thank you for your side by side comparisons… hey.
    Side-by-side Tool Comparisons
    Tool Comparisons
    How tools stack up… in the end, it's your call. Jay Felty

  7. One often overlooked criteria in choosing a chisel is how it fits in the hand. The fit in your hand an effect how well the tool will perform for you as much as what particular type of metal it's made from or the bevel. This coming from a guy with large hands. I look at those Stanley's and can feel the frustration aI would have holding onto such a small handle.

  8. I bought the Narex Richter 6 piece based off your recommendation. I’m just getting into woodworking and these are by far the most “pro” tools I have acquired thus far. I’m looking forward to carving out some beautiful dovetails with these in the future.

  9. Thanks. How about a comparison on table saw blades? I’m thinking of upgrading from Diablo nut not sure which route to go. Ridge Carbide?

  10. Here's my vote for two tool review: Makita Beam saw Vs Skillsaw Sawsquatch
    It would be wicked fun to fire up both of those beasts

  11. Nice comparison! I have a different model of the narex chisels, and they do make a great affordable set.

  12. A bunch of these chisels are all made by the same company. Great Neck Saw Company in Mineola New York. Private label chisels for Lowe's and Home Depot. Buck Bros and more all made by this one company and still made in the USA.

  13. Stanley used to be a great brand. They still make some good tools, just have to find them, like every other brand. Those are good chisels. I only buy Stanley tape measures, usually fat Max.


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