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Choose DeWalt for power and performance

DeWalt power tools are synonymous with high quality, top performance, and ultra reliability.

Founded almost 100 years ago in 1924, DeWalt products are engineered for both domestic and industrial use, using the latest advances in technology.

So whether you require something light and portable or heavy duty, strong, and powerful, look no further than the huge range of DeWalt power tools and accessories in this range.

DeWalt power tools

Ever since Raymond E. DeWalt invented the first radial arm saw in the 1920s, the DeWalt brand has been at the forefront of innovation.

With their wide range including, drills, rotary and demolition hammers, fastening tools, sanders, saws, and grinders, as well as many others, DeWalt remains an industry leader in producing high-quality, powerful tools that are trusted by professionals.

To really get the job done, try a DeWalt 18v Li-Ion Brushless Compact Hammer Drill, with brushless motor technology and a compact, lightweight design to make it extremely effective, even in confined spaces.

The Li-Ion battery delivers a long run time and the cordless design means you aren't tripping over cables on site, making this model a great addition to your kit.

A cut above

When it comes to heavy duty cutting jobs, the Dewalt DWE560 Circular Saw is ideal. Lightweight, compact, and very easy to handle, this DeWalt circular saw can cut to a depth of 65 mm and proudly boasts a stunningly high powered 1350 Watt motor for fantastic cutting performance.

The dust blower and extraction system not only clears dust and debris from the cutting line, it also reduces airborne dust so makes for a healthier working atmosphere.

Light it up

The DeWalt XR 18v Lithium Ion Brushless Impact Driver is another great model. With three speeds for excellent handling and control plus three LED lights with a 20-second time gap after hitting the trigger release, this amazing tool is ideal when working in the winter or in poor light.

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