A: The blades are interchangeable between tools. The more teeth per inch, the smoother the cut. You would be looking for a 60-80 tpi blade. Spend a little more and get a good quality blade that will last a few years. Those cheap ones will be dull after a
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What kind of brand of power tools should one buy? | Guy Tools
Some brands of tool you will find are just that, “brands”. Typically manufactured in the far-east and then “branded” for the eventual retailer. This also explains why you can find exactly the same tool available under several different “brands” where the only difference is the label, and the colour of the plastic.
With badged tools of this type, getting spares or any kind of after sales service can be difficult or impossible.de wait
This is really one place where you get what you pay for. If you want to have the item for a long time and for it to do what it’s supposed to, you’re going to have to buy pretty good quality.
Our favorite for sanders is Dewalt. I wish they made a little sander for tight places but you’re stuck with the Black and Decker mouse. They last a couple years and they’re done. Hubby is hard on his sanders; he refinishes furniture as a hobby.
He’s in love with his Black & Decker Firestorm set. It’s got a 18 volt cordless drill, a reciprocating saw and a little circular saw that all run off the same batteries. But that set is a good 6-7 years old; we just bought some additional batteries to replace the original ones = won’t hold a charge any more. I can’t say there is the same level of quality in the Black & Decker stuff; it looks ok but the quality feel isn’t there.