Dewalt has a wide selection of 3-tool combination kits you can get from the online store. Some of them include a drill, an impact driver, a Sawzall. Others are a drill, impact driver and circular saw. The one I was sent is a standard drill, a standard impact driver, and an XR oscillating tool. Let’s dive in.
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Today I got to test out the new 142-piece Milwaukee Shockwave impact duty driver bit set. It is four small containers of a massive assortment of bits that are all in the Shockwave line and meant for use with an impact driver. You can use them with a regular drill or an impact driver but they have what Milwaukee calls a “Shockzone” on there which is supposed to help dampen vibration and impact from using an impact driver. The kit comes with 142 bits including Robertson, Philips, and flats.
The new Bosch 360 Degree Cross Line laser measure is by far one of my new favorite tools. I’ve used a lot of Bosch’s lasers in the past, but this one definitely steps the game up.
I’m a huge fan/user of Milwaukee lighting products. I’ve been fortunate enough to run contests and get to try out almost every one of their lights, from the small pen-lights, to headlamps, area lights, small search lights, and area tower lights. They have so much technology being developed in their lighting alone, that nobody else can keep up.
I’ve been waiting for quite awhile to test out a new set of Milwaukee FUEL drills. I was stoked to open this case up and let them rip! So how did they do on the job? Here we go…