Driving Award-Winning Innovation in Tools & Outdoor and Industrial

The benefits of electrification are already significant. In outdoor power equipment, our latest battery-operated products are safer, deliver significantly lower emissions and are much quieter than comparable gasoline-powered equipment.

Through relentless innovation, the benefits will be even greater in the future. We continue to expand and improve our portfolio of products with more powerful battery-powered tools, featuring increased runtime that will further accelerate both commercial and consumer adoption.


The auto industry is shifting faster and faster away from gas engines to electric vehicles. We need to be part of that solution. Just as we’re driving hard at the electrification strategy of our outdoor business.

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Donald Allan, Jr.
President & Chief Executive Officer
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STANLEY Engineered Fasteners

Our fasteners support the production of and transition to plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle (EV) platforms – helping replace internal combustion engines on the road.

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Cub Cadet robotic mower

Pro Tool Innovation Awards

Best Robotic Lawn Mower

Cub Cadet XR5 3000 Robotic Mower

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America’s Most Responsible Companies

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DEWALT electric pressure washer

Pro Tool Innovation Awards

Best Electric Pressure Washer

DEWALT 13A Electric Pressure Washer

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Dow Jones

Sustainability Index

Recognized for the 11th consecutive year among U.S. companies, and the 4th year among global companies.

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DEWALT battery powered chainsaw

Pro Tool Innovation Awards

Best Battery Powered Chainsaw

60V MAX(5) 20 in. Brushless Cordless Chainsaw

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Two Stanley Black & Decker employees using a cobot in a facility

Fast Company

Best Workplace for Innovators

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Sometimes numbers speak louder than words.

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(1) vs. DCB203 Battery, not in application (2) Charge cycles vs. DCB203 Battery (3) Footprint vs. DCB203 Battery (4) vs. DCB203 Battery (5) Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 60 volts. Nominal voltage is 54.