This seems like a fantastic deal bundle!
Here’s an updated look at how 5 top brands are approaching higher-performance cordless power tool tech.
Milwaukee has come out with the world’s first 18V-class cordless 14″ chop saw.
Is there any reason to put money into Dewalt 18V cordless power tools or batteries today?
Makita has come out with new polishers.
There’s even more to Dewalt’s new 15Ah battery than I realized.
The more I think about it, the more Dewalt’s new FlexVolt 15Ah battery seems to be a very big deal.
Metabo HPT has come out with a cordless 2HP router.
Dewalt has come out with new FlexVolt 1-7/8″ and 2″ SDS Max rotary hammers.
Dewalt is introducing a new FlexVolt and 20V Max-compatible 15Ah battery.
Today’s challenge – sorting out differences between Makita’s 18V and XGT hammer drill and impact combo kits.
This Milwaukee M18 Top-Off and 5.0Ah battery bundle seems to be a good deal.
Kobalt has come out with a cordless heat gun.
I can’t see where these marketing claims are coming from.
Festool’s new cordless track saw has anti-kickback tech, plus new saw blades for speed, longevity and runtime improvements.
Metabo HPT’s new 18V one-handed reciprocating saw also works with jigsaw blades.
Makita has a new handheld-style 18V cordless wet-cutting tile saw.
Makita XGT tools and chargers have caps on 3rd party battery performance and charging capacity – and I think it’s a good thing.
Hart Tools is launching new 20V Max cordless power tools, including a selection of brushless tools.
Wow, the answer will surprise you!!