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Essential Power Tools to Know About

Essential Power Tools to Know About

27 Sep 2023

Power tools can get you through most construction jobs quickly, but there's a lot you need to know before you pick up your first cordless drill or jigsaw. Once you understand the basics of how to use them, working with power tools can be natural and  in many ways easier than using hand tools.  

What is a power tool?  

A power tool is a tool used in the construction industry that runs on an external source such as electricity or gasoline. Compared to hand tools, power tools can perform certain tasks faster  (for example, using a nail gun is much faster than using a hammer) or with greater force or torque (for example, using a drill to tighten bolts more than by hand). There are many different classes and types of power tools, and often the same type of power tool is available in different versions, such as cordless, automatic or pneumatic. Read on to learn more about the most common power tools for builders and DIYers. 

For inexperienced DIYers, the concept of  power tools can create an irrational fear of freak accidents and loud noises - don't worry, we get it! And we're here to explain the concept of a power tool and how to better understand how to use them so you can get the most out of your next project!  

Let's learn how to use power tools. The basic definition of a power tool is "a tool that derives its power from any source of power other than directly man-made power and motive power." Power tools can be used in construction, home or DIY projects, industrial tasks or just home improvement.  

This blog will help you understand the differences between power tools, namely:  

  1. Drills 
  2. Saw 
  3. Garden tools 

Get ready to learn the best application of each  power tool and their  strengths and weaknesses. Understanding the most common types of power tools available on the market will help you know exactly which type of power tool is right for the job. Jump in now! 


We love  power tools and there is no better power tool than a drill. We call them "power tools"! It's the first piece of luggage most people buy when they move into their home, and the one we all aspire to the most. There are several different types of cages on the market, each with their own unique  features and benefits. Hammer drills are great for drilling  masonry, impact drills are great for tightening screws and bolts, drill bits are great for precision drilling, and diamond drills can  cut  a variety of materials. To get the most out of your tools, it's important to know which drill is best for the job, and  our beginner's guide will help you do just that. 

  • Cordless Drills (BX140 Cordless Drill Strong and ergonomic screwdriver)

The advantage of a cordless screwdriver is that they are not dependent on electrical sockets. The screwdriver is equipped with torque control, 2 gears, a rotation switch - left, right, a quick-clamping drill chuck, a lamp that illuminates the work and a mechanical brake. This is especially important if you are working on sensitive or complex tasks.  The lightweight and ergonomic design of the cordless screwdriver reduces user fatigue, making it suitable for long-term use. This is especially useful for professionals who use their tools for everyday tasks.  


If you're new to woodworking, you're probably trying to figure out what tools you should invest in and what you can do without. If you're just doing DIY projects around the house and building  simple furniture, you'll probably be surprised that you don't need  a lot of tools! With a few good, versatile tools, you can make fun woodworking projects. 

  • Handheld Saw ( CP1065) 

A handsaw is a versatile and necessary tool for woodworking  that requires precise and efficient cutting. It is useful in both professional workshops and DIY projects at home, as its functions are designed to improve cutting accuracy and ease of use.  

One of the main functions of this handsaw is longitudinal and transverse cutting. Whether you want to cut  planks, boards or wood-like products, this tool is great for making straight, clean cuts. Its ability to cut from different angles adds another layer of versatility to its applications, allowing  cuts  up to 45 degrees. This feature is especially valuable when working on projects that require precision and flexibility, such as  furniture making or complex carpentry.  

The centerpiece of this hand saw is a 185 mm diameter cutting disc. The blade size has been carefully chosen to achieve a balance between versatility and cutting power. It cuts through different types of wood effortlessly and gives a smooth and precise result. The possibility to change the blades for different materials further expands its functionality. 

3. Garden tools 

There is a  tool for every gardening job. As a gardener, it is important to know what is best for a given task. But if you're a beginner, you can easily become overwhelmed by the variety of tools and equipment available. That's why we've compiled this list to help you find what you need! It is always best to familiarize yourself with these things to grow a beautiful garden. 

  • Cordless Brush Cutter 

The cordless brush  is a versatile and easy-to-use outdoor tool  designed to simplify the maintenance of  your garden or outdoor spaces. It is packed with a variety of features that make it a powerful and handy tool for a variety of landscaping tasks. One of the distinguishing features of this cordless brush cutter is its high power regulation. This means that users can adjust the  power of the tool according to  the specific task. Whether it is thick, overgrown vegetation or lighter trimming, the ability to adjust the power ensures efficient and effective work. Not only does this feature save time, but it also helps save battery life when lower power settings are sufficient. 

 How to choose the right tool for the job?   

Choosing the right drill can be a daunting task, especially for a beginner. There are many factors  to consider, such as the type of material you are drilling, the size of the hole you want to make, and the  power required.  

You can still choose the right drill for the job by following these simple tips.  

First of all, think about what you will use the drill for. If you only need  small holes,  a cordless drill is sufficient. However, if you plan to do heavy drilling,  a more powerful drill is necessary.  

Second, consider the size of the hole you are making. A larger drill requires a more powerful drill.  

Finally, consider how much power you need. A  drill with a higher tension can also handle harder materials and larger holes. Large batteries do not need to be charged as often..