Dewalt DCW604NT 18V XR Router / bosmaaier

De Dewalt DCW604NT 18V draadloze grasmaaier is ideaal voor potentieel gratis of intermitterend werk op locatie. In de sector van timmerlieden, timmerlieden, keukeninstallateurs, raaminstallateurs, werkplaatsen en winkelinrichters is de veelzijdige machine comfortabel. Het is ook een zeer nuttig instrument voor bestelwagenbekleding, renovatie, kast- en accessoirebouw, botenbouw, borden maken en houtbewerking.

Bosch draadloos laserbestand GLL3-80CG 12V

De Bosch GLL 3-80 CG groene automatische nivellaser biedt tot vier keer meer zichtbaarheid dan uw standaard rode lijnlaser. In een veel breder spectrum van verlichting dan rood, zijn groene lasers merkbaar, waardoor u met precisie kunt werken, zelfs in de slechtste omstandigheden. Dit is erg handig voor het hele jaar door, bij goed weer, binnen en buiten.

Deze laser is compact en gemakkelijk te gebruiken

Makita Introduces the World’s First Cordless Drywall Sander

Makita is not messing around with this super cool innovation in the world of drywall. Giving users, like yourself, the ability to be mobile around the jobsite allows for quicker more efficient work. No more fumbling around the jobsite looking for outlets and tripping over extension cords. Now with the Makita XLS01T you can finish sanding at a record pace saving you time and money. Coming later this month! Pre-order now at Ohio Power Tool.

2nd Gen Milwaukee M18 Right-angle Fuel Super Hawg Drill

It’s here—the second-gen Milwaukee M18 Fuel Super Hawg Right-Angle Drill. The company says they designed this model from the ground-up with an upgraded brushless motor and optimized electronics. It also now benefits from the use of the new RedLithium High-Output 6.0Ah battery. We reviewed the original Milwaukee M18 Fuel Super Hawg back in 2017. That tool could power through 6-inch holes, but the 2nd Gen M18 Fuel Super Hawg has the power to tweak that number up to 6-1/4-inches.

Self-feed bits from Milwaukee: a switchblade that’s legal everywhere

We worked with Milwaukee on accessories for our epic 50+ drill shootout to cover light and heavy load testing. On the light side, their Red Helix Titanium Twist Bits gave us a benchmark for high-speed work. To put our drills under a heavier load, we turned to Milwaukee self-feed bits, particularly their SwitchBlade bits that give you the ability to change the blade instead of the entire bit.


Angle grinders are a staple of the tool collection of the UK tradesperson across a broad spectrum of fields and are highly helpful to have a broad variety of products to cut, polish and grind.


Paul Kitchin, National Application Manager at Fein gives 4 helpful points to consider when choosing your ideal Grinder:

1. Size and Power

Importantly, size must be matched by power and this is usually indicated by the wattage of the machine. If you’re carrying out heavy steel grinding or large cutting of slabs, then a 9“ grinder will be better to cover a large surface area quicker. For a 9” grinder I would recommend getting a machine with a 2,000 W motor as a minimum. If however, you need more precision and are working with more intricate stone or metal work then a 4.5” grinder with a minimum motor of 750 W is best.

2. Speed

The speed of an angle grinder determines the quality of the cutting or grinding action. This is measured by no-load speeds, which means ‘how fast the disc will rotate before it makes contact with the work piece’. The advice is that you look for grinders with all-metal gearboxes, advanced electronics and high quality carbon brushes to ensure maximum efficiency.

3. Safety

All manufacturers work extremely hard to update machines with the best safety features available. Some of the most beneficial include adjustable guard wheels, soft start mechanisms and reduced kickback (turns machine off if snags).

4. Comfort and ease of use

Do your research and check the vibration class, weight and balance when you pick it up and hold it with you gloves on. Try and feel what it will be like for day-to-day usage and see if the switches are easy to operate. Also check the ease of changing the discs, ensure you can deliver a tool-less disc change.


DeWalt is giving away a Free 18v XR 5Ah Battery! In order to qualify for the Promotion, you have to purchase a qualifying DEWALT 18V XR Nailer with 2x batteries, take a picture of your receipt, register your tool at My DeWalt and claim your FREE battery. It couldn’t be easier! Your tool has to be purchased between the 15th of April 2019 and the 10th May 2019 and you have until 17th of May to claim your FREE battery (see below for qualifying kits or look out for the banner on the product page).


Makita takes another step towards a truly cordless job site with the new Auto-start Wireless System (AWS) using Bluetooth technology for wireless power-on and power-off communication between the equipped tool and dust extractor.

The AWS system is intelligent communication, as once connected a power tool via AWS, to your dust extractor it will automatically power on or off when your cordless tool starts or stops, running only when your cordless tool is in use. For added convenience, you can link up to 10 AWS tools to one AWS dust extractor/vacuum.

Notting Hill and Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road has been a market since the 1800s but became particularly famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Now there are numerous stalls offering everything from fruit and bread to posters, clothes, ceramics and music.

Easily accessible from Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park tube station and by bus routes servicing Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill Gate. Main market days are Friday and Saturday with a smaller market running Monday to Thursday. An exciting day out for all the family.