Cordless Tools Have Taken Over
The use of cordless tools has expanded rapidly over the past twenty years. While they were once considered to be an expensive luxury, cordless tools have now become a standard part of the do it yourselfers tool box because of their flexibility. When any contractor opened their van at a job site twenty years ago one of the first things to be unloaded was a mass of power cords. With any professional cordless drill however, it is possible to complete many jobs without a single recharge. You can find several really high power cordless units which would rank excellently in any cordless drill review, even if compared to their corded counterparts.
The first cordless tools were drills, and they were generally very expensive. But you can now get all sorts of tools cordless ranging from reciprocating and circular saws, sanders, grinder and even cordless lawn mowers at prices cheaper than corded models.
The following section covers cordless tools for woodworking and home improvement tasks. All you should know to get the job done!
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