Rockler Trim Router Table

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Question by Momma of a 1 year old.: What brand of drill and bits should I buy my husband for Christmas?
I am looking to buy a nice drill and bit set for my husband for Christmas… but have NO IDEA which brands are trustworthy when it comes to power tools.

Which would you recommend? I do not shop at Sears, so please don’t say Craftsman.

Best answer:

Answer by bungee
If your husband makes his living with these kinds of tool he will need the best you can afford. If he is a casual weekend user you can save a bunch of money by going middle of the road with black and decker tools<

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    • RocklerWoodworking
    • July 14, 2013

    You can see the clamps in the video, they are the universal fence clamps, Item# 31373

    • lamborn55
    • July 14, 2013

    Rather than clamping, this appears to be bolted to the table. How many clamps do you need for stability? It would sure be great to see some reference to this in video form. Mine’s supposed to arrive today, so hopefully this will be clarified. It’s just hard to picture a board and a couple of clamps being that stable.

    • Numb Nuts
    • July 14, 2013

    Milwaukee..not cheap..but remember when you buy any tool or bits…cheap isnt worth it

    • inostad
    • July 14, 2013

    Black and decker are good . Craftsman is better Dewalt is also a good one. And do your homework I think most of them have some kind of warranty, Just check and see which one you think has the better deal with the warranty.

    • William B
    • July 14, 2013

    Black & decker
    dewalt, get a 3/8″V S R drill [Variable Speed Reversible]
    if he just drills small things get a cobalt drill bit set
    from 1/6″ to 1/2 inch [bit size,s]

    • Rick C
    • July 14, 2013

    Makita 3/8″ drills are a good (middle of the road) Craftsman is junk. AEG tools are great, Harder to find. Look at tool supply stores for them. Ive had my AEG tools for 20 years, somewhat pricey when l bought them but to last that long on job sites made them a steal in the long run. A Hughes Tool Supply may be near you. But quality you can’t go wrong, Good Luck ,

    • Bart S
    • July 14, 2013

    My recommendation would be a Dewalt 18 volt cordless drill kit with an extra battery, a bit set that has lots of smaller bits (they break easy) and a Drill Doctor drill bit sharpener. He will love his gift much longer if he can resharpen his bits!

    • michael p
    • July 14, 2013

    panasonic 15.4V,standard bit set(1/16 thru1/2″) nice as it gets!

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