Selecting the right power tool for you is a lot like selecting a car. Should it be the big-heavy-duty model or the sleek-portable one? Would it be the electricity guzzling one or the more practical model? Scouring through the displays of your neighborhood hardware store can give you a headache on what should be the right brand and capacity to choose from. The Power Tool First of all you must consider on the quality of the brand that you want to buy. An easy hint on this is on the warranty card, the longer the warranty duration, the better it is. The next one is to consider the accessories. Do the accessories fit on other brands? For example if you’re going to buy an angle grinder, check if it fits on any other disks brands so you will not be having a hard time finding a replacement.
The third consideration should be the spare parts and the after sales services. Power tools have a lot of moving and mechanical parts that tend to wear over time, specifically carbon brushes, which are the most common parts that will wear out. The Power for the tool By now, you must have selected the right brand which suits you. The next thing would be the power inside the tool. This time practicality should be on your mind, if you will be using it for home use, try buying a less powerful one since common household structures are not that tough.
The Size of the tool In this category, the size of the tool is usually proportional to the power of the tool. Try to measure the area or any opening on where you will be using your tool. If you have constricted space then it would be hard for you to maneuver the tool. Plugged or Unplugged It now common for power tools to be wireless or on that fact, battery operated. Having a battery operated tool can be a bit expensive over the AC one because of the batteries that come with it. Another downside to this is that it has a lot less power than what its AC counterpart posses. But then again if your work area has no AC outlet available near by, this could be a problem for you. Tools for that business If you will be using these power tools as an aide for your business, buy the industrial type. Since you will be using this very often and this can be a lifetime engagement between you and your tools, buy the best of the best and consider this as an investment. Forecast on what projects you will be doing in the future so that you won’t keep on upgrading your tools.
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