Editor’s note: AS OF OCT 18, 2019, T’WORK APPEARS TO BE OUT OF BUSINESS.

What: T’Work allows you to rent your tools

Expected pay: set by you

Husl$core: $$$

Commissions & fees: 20%

Where: Nebraska

Requirements: Be over the age of 18 and have tools to rent

Review:

T’Work allows consumers with tools to rent them out to people who need them.

The site has a simple and transparent fee structure, as well as reasonable rules, which makes it likeable. The only problems we found with the site are that it’s only available in Nebraska, and renting tools isn’t particularly lucrative. In reality, many of the tools up for rent — skill saws; nail guns; sanders — could be purchased for a few hundred dollars, so they often rent for modest amounts $10 to $20 per day. A sledge hammer was listed for $4.

T’Work also does not provide liability insurance in the off-chance that a customer gets hurt when using your tools. If you rent tools on this platform, you should make sure you have a policy that covers commercial use of your tools or buy a rider to cover this risk. But T’Work does have an “equipment protection plan” that will replace or repair any tool that’s damaged by a renter. There is no additional charge for this service.

If you have a garage full of tools and wouldn’t be inconvenienced by meeting potential renters, it might be worth a try. But this is no way to get rich. Other platforms that will also let you rent your tools (as well as your camping equipment and other stuff) are Zilok, Loanables, FatLama, and RentNotBuy.

What their users say:

We have yet to find any reviews. If you’ve rented tools through this service, we hope you’ll comment and tell us how it worked out for you.