Privacy Policy

Power tools lab has no affiliation with any of the manufacturers or businesses we cover, and we don’t take payment for coverage. Our experience reporting on the consumer audio technology industry gives us the expertise to provide objective views and analysis.

The following is a link to our Google page where you may find all of the pertinent information about our Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement (the “Privacy Policy”) (the “Privacy Policy”). Even if they are linked to the Service, this Privacy Policy does not apply to websites, applications, locations, or other services that we do not own or control.


We don’t sell technology or equipment, and our authors are completely free from our marketing efforts. Our writers never make money through advertising deals, positive evaluations, or “hit pieces.” We exist to report on the ear-stuff industry in a fair and balanced manner.

Commenting and Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve abandoned the practice of allowing people to post comments anonymously. Instead, we now allow users to submit inquiries to us, which we then address in conclusion at the end of each story. This allows our readers to skip text that is inflammatory, deceptive (phony news, astroturfing, and “fanboying”), or unpleasant.

Review Units / Samples

We don’t keep or retain these things, and we usually return them within a certain amount of time. We always give them away in a random draw or to a deserving charity as instructed. According to our gifts policy, no writer is allowed to keep, sell, or distribute corporate products.

Our Commitment

We strive to ensure that you have a positive purchasing experience by always presenting ourselves in a professional manner. We exist to provide you with the most up-to-date and exceptional material, hard-hitting editorials, films, event coverage, suggestions, and more.