MX25EC-21 Features: -Oscillating tool kit.-Variable speed dial for matching speed to application and material.-Maintains speed under load.-Durable accessory holder.-Easy to change and position accessories using allen wrench.-Compact, small enough to reach into corners and other tight places.-21 pieces. Includes: -Includes a plunge cut blade, segmented blade, grout blade, sanding pad, 15 sanding triangles, scraper blade, adaptor, hex wrench and carrying bag. Specifications: -2.5 amp.
- 2.5-amp tool has ample power for heavier applications
- Variable-speed dial for matching speed to application and material
- Constant electronics circuitry maintains speed under load
- Durable accessory holder make it easy to change and position accessories using Allen wrench
- Small enough to reach into corners and other tight spaces
List Price: $ 276.00
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Question by Andrew: Some good power tools to get started with?
Well im planning to build a shed in the back yard.
What are some good power tools to get started with?
From home depot or lows.
Give as much info as possiable thanks guys!
Answer by Karen L
No one should be without a cordless screw gun, in my opinion. Buy one with good battery capacity and which is comfortable in your hand. An extra battery can come in very useful though they are expensive. A really cheap screw gun will only disappoint. A corded drill is useful if you really need a lot of power, like for drilling into brick or metal a lot, they aren’t expensive and will last many years for most people. If you’re cutting a lot of lumber a skil saw or chop saw is good. A compound mitre chop saw is the most useful and very worthwhile because it makes it very easy to cut angles accurately, very useful when building walls. That and the drill or screw gun are really all you need for power tools to build a shed. Jigsaws come in very handy too. Those three–drill/cordless screw gun, chop saw/skil saw, jigsaw, can do 90% of what a normal homeowner does. Don’t buy a nail gun unless you go for the kind that works with a compressor and is very expensive. Few homeowners bother with them. Table saws are useful and nice to have but most of us don’t really need them. Reciprocating saws are handy sometimes for rough cutting.
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