Lawrence Anderson

NanaWall has released its new FoldFlat glass wall panels. The patent-pending panels pivot a full 180 degrees so that they are flush with the wall when opened, giving users an unobstructed view of the outdoors. The FoldFlat panels feature single-handed operation. They are available in multiple inward and outward opening configurations and in both aluminum and wood frames.


Seek Thermal announced its new Seek CompactPRO thermal imaging camera. The company says CompactPRO measures object temperatures from -40 degrees to 626 degrees Fahrenheit. It has a 320x240 thermal imaging sensor with 76,800 pixels of measurement data. CompactPRO plugs into both iOS and Android devices.


Worx released its new 2.5-amp oscillating multi-tool, featuring the Universal Fit system so users can use other accessory brands without an adapter. The tool’s speed ranges from 11,000 to 20,000 OPM with a 3.2-degree oscillating angle. Attachments include an end-cut blade, a scraper blade, and a semicircular blade. A built-in dust extraction system hooks up to a 1½- or 2-inch vacuum hose.


Empire Level’s new e95 UltraView LED box levels feature dual ultraviolet LEDs to light the bubble’s meniscus when working in dark spaces and eliminate the need for an alternative light source. The e95 series has an all-metal frame and rubber endcaps to absorb the shock from drops. Levels are available in 24 and 48 inches as either magnetic or non-magnetic.


Milwaukee Tool’s newest addition to its work gear line is the WorkSkin Cold Weather Base Layer. The base layer is made of fast-wicking fabric to keep the wearer warm and dry, especially in high-sweat areas such as the underarms and upper back. The company says its fabric also resists pilling and fights odor. The base layer is available in sizes small to 3XL.