What list of chainsaw reviews can really be complete without mentioning a Remington? This heavy duty gas powered beast is an excellent choice if you are looking to do some intense labor. This model is typically used cleaning up trees after bad storms, chopping up some firewood and of course is the perfect machine for some good ol’ limbing with its 51cc 2-cycle engine. It also features QuickStart technology, which is a fancy label that this machine starts up easy without having to pull over and over again just to get the motor going properly.
Porter Cable: Someone returned the whole family of cordless nailers and stapler to my local Lowes and I snapped them up on clearance, as well as their newer cordless jigsaw. I’ve used the heck out of them. The only thing I don’t like about the 20v max is the batteries aren’t competitively priced and those nailers definitely overheated the battery a few times. I bet they’d do the same to a drill under moderate stress. Overall, the tools I have work great, and if Lowe’s wouldn’t be trying to push it’s own line along with B&D and PC, I think they could really do something with PC. IMO Lowes is in a sad state with cordless products, needlessly.
Some brands still in existence date from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries' period of mass production. Bass & Company , the British brewery , claims their red-triangle brand as the world's first trademark. Tate & Lyle of Lyle's Golden Syrup makes a similar claim, having been recognized by Guinness World Records  as Britain's oldest brand, with its green-and-gold packaging having remained almost unchanged since 1885. Another example comes from Antiche Fornaci Giorgi in Italy , which has stamped or carved its bricks (as found in Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City ) with the same proto-logo since 1731.