Belfast Telegraph

Monday 15 September 2014

The ten best power tools

This tool lives up to its billing: it can cut, saw, rout, sand and even, er, scrape. You can use it to slice the tops off protruding nails or cut tiles out of a bathroom wall. Easy to control, and very satisfying to use. £129.99,
DeWalt offers powerful, well-built tools, though they're not cheap. This model is effective and easy to use, with a shoe that twists through 45 degrees in both directions. The dust blower means the line that you're cutting is kept clear of chips and debris. £344,
MAKITA COMBI DRILL: This drill is very comfortable in the hand and has an LED light to see where you're drilling - handy if you've had to turn the electricity off. Has a two-speed gearbox and a long-lasting battery. £232.99,

Resolved to do it yourself this bank holiday? We’ve got all the plumb lines, pressure washers and heavy-duty drills you’ll need to get the job done...

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Source: Independent

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