With over 20 years of experience, Toolforce has extensive knowledge of all things power tools and automotive. In this blog, we’re going to show you the range of quality products we sell and introduce you to a few of our flagship brands. We will take you through the benefits of each of these trusted and well-established brands at Toolforce.
Tool Brands Stocked At Toolforce
The Milwaukee story began back in 1924, and since then Milwaukee has led the way in developing innovative solutions that deliver increased productivity and unmatched durability for construction professionals. Nobody does cordless power tools like Milwaukee
For the most part, the Milwaukee products we stock at Toolforce operate using either the M12 or M18 battery systems. The M12 system uses 12-volt batteries and has over 100 solutions. The M18 system uses 18-volt batteries and has over 200 performance-driven solutions.
Milwaukee work side-by-side with real users to understand the demands of a constantly changing workplace and how we can best deliver solutions for a safer, more productive job site. The world-class Milwaukee cordless power tools range from Impact wrenches, drills, angle grinders, circular saws and much more.
Their slogan “Nothing but Heavy Duty” isn’t just a claim, it’s a promise. They have an impressive 3-year warranty on their M18 and M12 range when you register your tool within the first 30 days.
Milwaukee has a range of cordless Impact Wrenches in 1/4″ Drive, 1/2″ Drive, and 3/8″ Drive. They also have a new 1″ Drive D-Handle Impact wrench, the most powerful cordless impact wrench on the market.
Milwaukee’s innovative One-Key system uses Bluetooth to connect your tools to their One-Key app so you can better manage your power tools, improve their performance and prolong their lifespan. It also has tracking software to help prevent tool theft.
Makita Power Tools is one of the foremost manufacturers of power tools in the world. With 100 years of experience, their power tools are renowned for both their quality and performance.
First formed in Japan in 1915, Makita has been very innovative over the year coming up with more high-quality products through thorough research and hard work. As well as being known for its high-quality power tools such as Cordless Drills, Routers, Mitre Saws, Circular Saws and much more.
Makita has one of the strongest pedigrees in the Outdoor Power Equipment market since its acquisition of Dolmar in 1991. The Makita battery is one of the best long-lasting and fast-charging battery batteries around which is perfect on construction sites or getting those small jobs done around the house.
Formed in 1978, Sealey is a leading brand in power tools and workshop equipment. Sealey has over 10,000 products in hand tools, garage equipment, welding, modular tool storage and much more. Sealey continually strives to introduce new and innovative tools and equipment that matches its high professional standards.
The Sealey Garage Equipment range contains almost everything you’ll need in the garage or workshop. They have a wide range of spanner and socket sets, air compressors and an extensive range of specialist automotive tools.
Sealey is so confident in the quality of the Sealey Hand Tool range that most of their items have a lifetime guarantee – have a look at the product description to double-check. If it breaks, show them the damage, give them your proof of purchase and they’ll supply you with a new one.
The Sealey Welding Range features MIG, TIG and Arc welders, as well as a wide range of welding accessories.
Where Sealey really stands out, though, is their Modular Tool Storage ranges. They include Premier, Superline Pro, and American Pro. The joy of modular units is that you can add or remove units to suit the space you’re trying to fill. If you’re not looking for a full unit, you could always go for one of their many toolboxes and roll cabs.
Draper tools are an independent family business with over a century of success, that stock a wide range of power tools and hand tools for all trades and the DIY enthusiast.
Founded in 1919, the founder Bert Draper set up a company selling Government army surplus tools and equipment. He acquired a warehouse in Kingston upon Thames in England from where he established the brand which is so familiar today.
At that time Draper was making its own tools as well as operating as a quality engineers and tool wholesaler, selling brands such as Britool, King Dick and Elliot Lucas, which are still prominent today.
Draper Tools prides itself on guaranteed quality with its long rich experience in the industry. Draper sells a wide range of power tools, hand tools, gardening equipment, pressure washers, welding equipment and much more.