Power Screwdrivers & Screwguns
Power screwdrivers help take the work out of work
The great thing about power tools is that they take a lot of the work out of work. All you have to do is have the right power tool for the right job. Sears offers a wide array of power screwdrivers and screw guns from top brands such as Hitachi, DeWalt, Senco and Black and Decker.
When it comes to appearance, a screw gun looks a lot like a power drill. There are two types of screw guns. You'll use one to install drywall; the other type is designed to be used for general construction. Both options give you the ability to countersink a screw, and can make your DIY projects go by much more quickly and painlessly.
The Senco DS300-AC DuraSpin Screwdriver Kit is a corded screwdriver. The cord is 10 feet long, so you still end up with plenty of flexibility in movement. It's powerful and created for high-volume, high-speed applications. You'll appreciate the 3,300 RPM collated screw system that means no more handling loose screws. Use it when hanging heavy-duty cement board, putting down decking and for floor sheathing projects. It has the power to drive 1.25-inch to 3-inch screws into tough surfaces, such as hardwood. It has a built-in extension, thereby saving you from having to bend over a lot or get down on your knees. You'll appreciate the depth-of-drive adjustment. You get just the right amount of countersink. A comfort grip means you'll end up with less hand fatigue. Nobody's perfect, so make sure you look for a reverse switch to back out screws.
If you need to put up drywall or framing either during a home improvement project or as a contractor, the DeWalt 6.5-amp Drywall/Framing Screwdriver is a great option. The helical-cut, heat-treated steel gears provided durability and a long gear life. The rubber grip and two-finger trigger provides increased comfort and excellent ergonomics.
When shopping for power screwdrivers and screwguns, take time to fill out your collection with drill presses, circular saws or power hammers. Sears has everything you need for your workshop. Sears even offers reconditioned power tools online, for those times when you really want a new tool but can't justify the cost of a brand-new model. Reconditioned doesn't mean defective; reconditioned tools were returned to the manufacturer, usually because of a minor cosmetic defect. The manufacturer, in turn, makes the minor repair to ensure the tool is in like-new condition. Once back at Sears, we offer it for a lower price than the original, even though they are of equal quality. So you get a great tool at a great price. If you have any questions about any of our products, always feel free to chat online with a representative. We'd love to hear from you today!