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      Work longer and harder with batteries and chargers

      If you love the versatility of cordless tools, then you know how important it is to have power to keep them going. We carry batteries and chargers for most brands and series of cordless tool. Single batteries are available in all common voltages. You can save money on many batteries by purchasing a pack of two or more. When you use several chargers overnight at the shop, you'll always have fresh batteries for the next day's workload. Chargers are sold by themselves or in kits with batteries. They are rated by the voltage and chemistry of the batteries they serve. Craftsman makes a multi-chemistry charger that handles newer lithium ion batteries as well as older Ni-Cad batteries.

      A router is an essential tool for any woodworking hobbyist or professional. If you're in the market for router bits, you'll be impressed by the options we carry. Single router bits are available in the shank diameter, size and style you want for any cut. Cove bits, straight bits and dovetail bits are among the dozens of designs we offer. If you're just getting started, a set of router bits is an affordable way to become familiar with all the most popular types. These kits also make great gifts for woodworking enthusiasts. Sets contain as few as four and as many as 30 different bits to handle tasks from installing a door frame to beveling the edge on a piece of fine furniture. Many come in an attractive wood carrying case or a convenient wood block.

      When you need a sturdy place for work in the basement or workshop, work stations from Craftsman or Viper are the answer. Widths range from 30 in. to 72 in., and larger ones have pegboard backs for convenient tool storage. Many work stations have wheels to make them very portable within the shop. Some feature drawers and shelves for additional storage of tools, fasteners and parts. Most are powder-coated, but stainless steel work stations are an ideal choice for professionals and serious do-it-yourselfers.

      Work stations are just one type of tool storage from Sears. Our collection covers all the options. Tool chest combos feature large drawers below and smaller drawers above. Top chest toolboxes have a lidded top above and pull-out drawers below. Middle chest models only have drawers and can be stacked on other tool chests. Rollaway chests and tool carts are ideal when you frequently move your tools from one spot in the shop to another.

      We have what you need to keep your tools working hard all day and secure when they're not in use. Our selection is huge, and our prices are hard to beat. Make Sears your go-to choice for tools, accessories and storage from the best brands in the business.

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