Tools - Power Tools
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Fri Feb 18 00:00:00 MST 2011doraluz Rating:5.0
perhaps it's not a tool you would use often but it gives me a great feeling that when I go to install my backsplash I have the tool I need, don't have to rent or borrow and, my sons can rent it from MOM.
Sun Mar 16 00:00:00 MDT 2014jamiehydro137 Rating:5.0
Cooper tool product is a durable metal screwdriver end piece to use in a drill, tool or power screwdriver.
Thu Jan 27 00:00:00 MST 2011lschwerm Rating:5.0
This is a replacement tool for one I had for years. Tons of Bts and easy to change out. Have not had to use it yet but it looks like it will handle my next small project.
Sat Dec 29 00:00:00 MST 2012anniebelle423 Rating:5.0
I needed it to regrout my bathroom tile, which I did. And have found numerous other uses for this tool.
Thu Nov 18 00:00:00 MST 2010gaddangman Rating:5.0
Tried it ass soon as it arrived. Perfect tile cut, like a pro! Now I can use this to finish all my bathroom tiling jobs. Compared to a 4 inch saw sold at a well known DIY superstore for 125 dollars, this is definitely cheaper. Thank you Overstock!
Thu Jun 30 00:00:00 MDT 2011jaustin896 Rating:5.0
this is a great tool if you have arthritis in your hand or fingers.i strongly recommend this product.
Fri Jul 27 00:00:00 MDT 2012rvilchisq Rating:5.0
This tool is perfect for a beginner like me . I already carved some wood pieces and they do not look bad at all. I have been trying to burn it, unsuccessfully.
Fri Nov 16 00:00:00 MST 2012penny1966 Rating:5.0
Great product for the price. Very satisfied. Thanks O.com
Thu Mar 21 00:00:00 MDT 2013burger123 Rating:5.0
with a coupon from overstock this was an easy purchase - it came to the same price as other stores
Wed Mar 28 00:00:00 MDT 2012monipanua Rating:1.0
Bought this item on 2/14/2012 and did not get to use until 03/28/2012. Within 15 minutes of use, it became very very hot to the point where the red color was starting to peel off. then it started to break to different pieces. I think this is a case of you get what you pay for....I would not recommend it nor would i buy one...in fact..i would have returned it if i could.
Mon Jun 17 00:00:00 MDT 2013suzanne307 Rating:4.0
This is a handy little tool that I have already used for a couple small jobs around the house. Just be aware it is not super powerful so will not work well where you have a lot of resistance, for example if there is not already a drill hole.. Nice for basic stuff like furniture assembly where there are 87 screws to put in!
Sat May 26 00:00:00 MDT 2012musco Rating:5.0
WOW !!!! What a bargin for the price. The flexable shaft alone cost that !!! A quality rotary tool !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wed Nov 21 00:00:00 MST 2012bowgar52 Rating:5.0
This is a good tool for hobbyists, or for some small intricate cuts and shapes which I occasionally need to make.
Wed Jun 04 00:00:00 MDT 2014edenstreet Rating:4.0
Well made easy to use.I found it a great value. Excellent addition to my tools
Thu Sep 26 00:00:00 MDT 2013mamido Rating:4.0
It is still sitting in my tool kit. Did not have the cause to use it yet, but I am sure it will do the job. Do not have much comments to tell about it.
Tue Aug 12 00:00:00 MDT 2014indianjake Rating:5.0
Excellent tool and can't beat the price. Great little product, used it to fill out my order.
Thu Jan 02 00:00:00 MST 2014liz913 Rating:5.0
I bought this for my fiance for Christmas and he absolutely loves it. He couldn't wait to tear it out of the box and use it. He said it is the perfect tool because it does everything. Great product!
Sun Apr 22 00:00:00 MDT 2012ptkf Rating:4.0
new tool low end good price for twenty bucks you cant go wrong
Fri Apr 27 00:00:00 MDT 2012kipperm Rating:5.0
I am a new wood crafter and this was the first tool kit I purchased. Looked at more expensive items, but got this on since it was more in my price range and I didn't want to spend a lot of money on tools I was learning to use. Very confortable grip, easy to hold, easy change of tips and a good variety of tips for the beginner. Very happy with my choice.
Sat Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2014laura33170 Rating:3.0
When it comes to tools...off brand always leaves you wishing you'd spent more for name brand quality. First time out of the box and a bit broke trying to tighten a screw... not real happy with this, but again, you get what you pay for
As you work on different projects, you'll collect more tools for your workshop. Power tools are great for quick jobs around the house or large-scale projects. Whether you're just starting your collection or well into building on it, these are the power tools buying guide that will help you get the job done right.
Stepping up from hand tools to power tools is a move that can save you a lot of time and energy. Power tools can also save you money by letting you do a home-improvement project yourself instead of hiring a contractor to do it. And it only takes a few tools to go from struggling with a job to getting professional-quality results.
There's no question that the right power tool can help you complete the job more efficiently than traditional hand tools. The success you have with your power tools is dependent on purchasing the right tool and using it safely. For many do-it-yourself home improvement projects around the home, portable power tools, such as drills and sanders, are ideal because they can be easily stored when they're not in use. If you're outfitting a garage or workshop, you'll likely be considering stationary tools, such as table saws and drill presses, as well as more portable power tools.
When you've invested a lot in your tools, you want to make sure that they last. And while your power tools may be rugged, they still require basic care to prevent premature wear and tear. By following the tips given below, you'll be on your way to prolonging the life of your power tools and keep them working smoothly for years to come.
Whether cordless, gas-powered or electric, power tools have revolutionized home building and repair. Imagine building an entire house with hand tools like saws, hammers and screwdrivers. Speed and power sometimes come with a price, however: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) lists several serious hazards associated with power tools, including electrocution, explosions and injuries from blades and moving parts. This list of safety facts offers tips on using power tools effectively without causing injury to yourself or others.
Air tools are powerful and rugged. They are perfect for the professional builder and craftsman as well as the weekend warrior. This air tools buying guide from Overstock.com will help you decide which air tools would be right for your home improvement projects.
Serious construction and home improvement projects require serious tools. When you're embarking on a large project, such as a home addition or major painting, regular power tools may not be up to the challenge. That's where using air tools can make things easier. Air tools, or pneumatic tools, don't need to be recharged, and they are more durable than power tools that use electric motors and batteries. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions that will help you decide if using air tools is the right move for your next home improvement project.
Professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike use a set of basic tools to get started on any project. If you're ready to get your own collection of tools started or you just want to give a basic toolset as a gift, this checklist will help you know what hand tools, power tools and woodworking tools to include.
Are you interested in taking up woodworking as a hobby or career? Woodworking equipment designed for beginners and professionals allows you to create both small and large wood crafts. Beginning tools include a variety of small hand-held tools, power tools and a few larger tools to make many woodworking jobs easier.
The right tools help nearly any job get done faster. A good toolset of basic hand tools will get you pretty far. It also doesn't hurt to have some power tools to save time and effort on repetitive tasks. As you work on different home improvement projects, your tool collection will continue to grow. This tools buying guide from Overstock.com will help you understand what tools you may want to look for and how to find quality tools that will last.
Cordless power tools have come a long way and command a large following in the home-improvement industry. Some of the most popular cordless tools include drills, circular saws, screwdrivers, impact wrenches, reciprocal saws, nail guns and power sanders. While they haven't replaced large shop tools, cordless power tools are very popular on construction sites. Cordless power tools are also perfect for the homeowner who enjoys taking an active role in home improvement and maintenance.
Many home repairs and maintenance tasks are small jobs that don't require professional power tools. Hand tools are more than adequate for hanging a picture, repairing a light fixture and other simple jobs. Here are some of the hand tools you may want to have on hand for small projects and basic home repairs.
As a homeowner, you may find a pressure washer to be the right tool for cleaning your deck, your driveway, your car or the exterior of your house. Power tools, including power washers, are versatile tools that are an excellent additions to your collection of shop equipment. Before choosing a pressure washer, consider several factors, including how often you'll use the tool. The features on pressure washers vary, and finding the right one depends on your individual needs.
When it comes to using power tools, a little knowledge goes a long way toward preventing injuries and prolonging the life of your tools. If you frequently use a power drill in your home improvement or automotive projects, you may know the basics of drill safety already. Below are some power drill safety tips that will help you protect yourself and your tools. Some of them may seem new or just a good safety refresher.
A power drill is one of the most useful tools you can have in your home. Power drills come in a huge range of styles and feature many capabilities, from screwing craft projects together to full-blown construction applications. Drills range in price from low to very high, but many drills suitable for the homeowner or hobbyist are available in a reasonable price range. It's simply a matter of choosing the power tool that's right for you.
A wet saw is a useful power tool for anyone who will be cutting tile. Wet saws achieve a clean cut without breaking the tile by using a diamond-encrusted blade that rotates the saw through a pan of water as it cuts. The water keeps the saw blade cool, which prevents tile breakage and helps protect the saw's motor. Some wet saws are also capable of cutting through dense metals and brick. For a single weekend project, renting a power tool such as a wet saw may be more economical than purchasing one, but if you'll be cutting tile more than a time or two, owning one of these handy power tools is worth the investment.
Carpentry can be a challenging hobby or a satisfying career. Below are some basic carpentry tools that nearly every woodworker will find handy. While this isn't a comprehensive list of woodworking tools, it's a good starting point for novices who want to get started in carpentry. As you progress through woodworking projects of increasing difficulty, you'll learn which tools you need for the work you want to do.
For a home owner or car owner, a tool set can save lots of time and money. A home tool set that comes equipped with screwdrivers, a hammer and some wrenches can make short work of a jammed window or a loose doorknob, and a mechanic tool set can let you take on basic auto repairs and maintenance, saving you expensive trips to a mechanic. However, if you haven't shopped for tools before, you may not know how to select a quality tool set. If you don't feel confident about your tool shopping skills, keep reading to find out some basic tips on choosing a tool kit that's right for your needs.
Whether you're an automotive technician or just a weekend car enthusiast, you'll probably need to fill in a few holes in your tool collection to cover the bare necessities for automotive tools. To be ready for any auto repair job, you'll need a variety of auto tools. To get started though, you may just want to cover the basics. Here is a checklist of automotive tools for your toolbox, with explanations on why you'll want each of them.
Every basic toolset starts with commonly used hand tools. With some basic hand tools, you can perform a large variety of repairs and home improvement projects. As you progress to more advanced projects, you'll pick up tools for specific jobs. This hand tools buying guide is here to help you know what hand tools you need for your basic tool set and which ones you may want for more specialized tasks.