finally some truth…props to ididiot!
Altitude was responsible for the conceptualization as well as all of the refinement and definition of the job site radio. I’m not sure where the engineering was done, but the design was all Altitude’s.
i heard it was done in new zealand where it was tested by asian wolf hunters. Then, after years of refinement and top secret development, it was returned to the states for its debut. Just what I heard though.
The only reason they make the handle girth smaller is so that DeWalt can sell to women. I am sure that the other “true” pro brands did their homework and discovered that the larger handle is preferred outside the Home Depots where actual work is being preformed.
I live in Baltimore and I run into B&D guys all the time. They all seem very happy. Lot’s of marketing and sales guys in my company used to work at B&D - they left because they followed management.
I don’t know if the management was all fired, but I do know that Joe Galli’s team has been lauded endlessly for creating the DeWalt brand as we know it. It’s a poster-child for creating real authority and demand from the trade/customers.
As far as mechanical quality, I still hear my contractor friends say DeWalt is their favorite. I don’t like the yellow and black look personally, but there is lots of room for future creativity when the main brand identity is the color of the product. If you are interested in this category of design, you could do far far worse than interviewing at DeWalt.
Nicely written fella. The current design group at B&D are all inexperienced. Essentially their panties have been laid out for them by previous older designers who no longer work there. I doubt any of them could dress themselves if push came to shove. DeWalt is supposed to be a pro brand and it is much closer to consumer. Just because it’s black and yellow doen’t mean its pro. But, then again people think their suvs are real off-roaders.
so from this i can figure that you can lay out your own panties? and you know how to dress yourself… and you drive around in a “real” off-roader. did the black & decker designers used to make fun of you on the playground? i don’t understand the point of your message…
Actually, the point of the post was to show how B&D/DeWalt are made fun of in the real world. They live closed off from their customers and don’t even know their own tools suck. So , if the playground is behind their sealed company doors, yes they can make fun of whomever they wish. On the other hand, if they were to get outside their comfort zone and do some real fact finding, the company would find that most contractors, pros and the like make fun of them. The world should be their playground not the wierd sandlot they play on. Black and Yelow has become a parody in the pro world. The color scheme has truly become a laugh.
Agreed. I dropped a DeWalt drill once, picked it up, pulled the trigger and nothing. Never happened with my Makita. Makita is bullet proof!
are you a foreigner who doesn’t understand english?
you’ve completely missed what that dude was saying, and only managed to stick your head into the wrong irrelevent assholes.
is this the type of thought process that occurs in your head when you sit in your little meetings with teachers or your parents?
Ok, thank you.
And to the “Guest” who is almost as clever as “guest 11” thank you for pointing out that indeed all of those comments were irrelevant. all this talk about “panties” and “foreigners” makes it seem that possibly someone should have a meeting with you on how to not sound like an idiot.
good job kid.
but we’re afraid you’re still clueless about this as well as life in general.
but don’t worry, you’ll learn your place on the low rung of life.
now go on. go do your homework for classes. don’t forget to lock the dorm room door son.
wow, that’s quite an assessment. i almost think you are funny but your arrogance and bitter remark tell me that you are probably a complete ASS. so what is it like on the high rung of life?