Six new power tools

DeWalt Gyroscopic Screwdriver

DeWalt's new 8V MAX Gyroscopic Screwdriver is governed by gryoscopic sensors inside the tool that sense the user's wrist motions -- right to tighten screws, left to loosen. The professional-grade tool converts from pistol grip to inline grip.

Bosch Sander

The OS50VC half-sheet orbital sander promotes "maximum vibration control." It also has a Sheetloc paper clamping system that ensures taught sand paper with every use.

Craftsman Trak-Cut Saw

The 3 1/2-in. Trak-Cut circular saw with miter guide base performs tile cuts, grout removal, cross cuts, rip cuts and other cuts. It also features an ergonomic guard release lever mechanism.

Makita cordless chainsaw

Promising zero emissions and up to 40% quieter operation than gas alternatives, the 36V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Chainsaw from Makita delivers 1,650 FPM for increased cutting speed.

Milwaukee Rotary Hammer

The Milwaukee Tool M12 Fuel 5/8-in. SDS Plus Rotary Hammer promises "performance and run time that is comparable to a much larger tool," according to the company. It runs on a Powerstate brushless motor.

Skil 360 Quick-Select

A fully integrated bit management system is built into the front of the tool. The product also has what Skil calls the "tool industry's first-ever USB charging capability."

From a gyroscopic screwdriver to a 360 Quick-Select drill, here's a collection of new products for a modern power customer. 

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