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The latest Worx tools is all about saving space or working double-duty.
I've never seen a tool transform like this one, but their Axis saw changes shape between a jig and a reciprocating saw - which is an odd thing because traditionally, one is used for tightly controlled cutting and shaping while the other is used for demolition. This tool purportedly can do both and comes with four different blades depending on usage.
It costs an affordable $99 and operates on a 20V cordless battery system that can be shared with other tools made by Worx.
The second tool is called the Force Driver, an impact driver that can bend to three angles (straight, 30 degrees and pistol grip) and provides 225" lbs of torque. It holds enough power to drive 85 deck screws on a single charge and can change screw heads quickly via a quick change chuck. Very light and easy to use, the Force Driver weighs 1.5 lbs and costs $39.
Finally, the Sidekick is a portable work table that holds up to 300 lbs of weight. Its clever design quickly lets you fold and unfold it into a carry case and has a built in ruler, indents for screws and comes with four clamp dogs to hold objects in place.
The ease of use and portability will see to it that it gets used for other purposes like camping, crafting and wood working for example. As an added bonus, the Sidekick can connect to other Worx work tables to extend the table top.
The cost for this table is $59, and all these tools can be purchased on Amazon, Lowes and Worx.com.
Event: Pepcom 2017, New York City
More info: http://www.worx.com