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Do's and Dont's: Wen


Kenny Creeden

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Hello everyone, today I wanted to talk about Wen, and what to and what not to do. Wen offers functional power tools, at very acceptable prices. This is not the place you wanna buy a mitre saw or bandsaw, but they seem to really thrive in rotary tools. They have somewhat good drill presses, and quite good hand tools, however, these are meant to get the job done, not to have in your shop for the next 5 years. Their type of tools are for beginning wood workers since they are low price, and not very durable, which is pretty much the opposite of Milwaukee.

 

So here it is:

 

Do- get small hand tools

 

Don't- get something you want to have for a long time

 

Do- look at reviews extensively before buying a tool from them

 

Don't- buy hand power tools from them (I.E drills, drivers, impact hammers ECT.)

 

 

Hope this helps!,

-Kyle

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