This is why I recommend 240V to DIYers. They're cheaper, there's no need to faff around with batteries, and they deliver maximum torque all the time. Very few circumstances in which even a keen DIYer is going to do a job they can't run a 50m extension cable to.
Before we all get excited, it's a weak drill and a slow charger. Damn these current battery prices.
Really good price for anyone who’s looking for a good set of tools, will outlast a DIYer!
7 years ago I am pretty sure the K3 was induction, they have moved in to plastic pump heads on this model since then as well although that is another issue, not always as bad as some would think. They used to be water cooled induction like the one in the link. https://www.karcheroutlet.co.uk/products/product.asp?id=4928
Bought one about 7 years ago from Karcher outlet ,replaced part last ,£25,used for washing stables out !! Plenty good enough for most .
Well known for power tool box shifter been around a while
Decent price but a bit more spent at the right time would get something with an induction motor which would be more enduring. That doesn't mean pipes and switches and ancillary parts are not going to let you down though. Just mentioning it, it doesn't mean this should be voted cold.
Posted 3rd Dec 2020Posted 3rd Dec 2020
Draper Draper Rechargeable work light £29.99 + £5 delivery at ITS£34.99
USB output socket for powering/charging mobile phones Support stand with magnetic base High, low, SOS and strobe settings Battery power indicator
Mine came with one 4ah and one 2ah and a bloody two prong euro plug so I can’t even charge either :)
shame as I got mine yesterday and had x2 4ah
Yes and no, metal bandsaw is a different beast compared to wood bandsaw. The bandsaw cuts cleaner, has less vibration, generates much less heat compared to a recip. Recip is good for demolition job if accuracy is not your priority.
Strange when I think of a band saw I imagine it static that you feen the material into ? I have a reciprocating saw that does exactly what the video shows ?