Denali power tools Amazon brand made by skill
Welcome, welcome to the channel! Please be sure to hit that subscribe button, like, comment, and share. I have some exciting news for you today. If you come across this brand on Amazon, it’s manufactured by Scale, and it’s something new. It appears that Amazon has partnered with Chevron to produce power tools for their Denali brand.
Let’s dive into the first item and see what you all think. We have a four-piece combo kit for Cyber Monday, priced at $146. Well, it’s labeled as a four-piece, but I can only count three tools. Regardless, let’s not get hung up on the math. The kit includes a 6.5-inch circular saw. Oh, my apologies, I pressed the wrong button. But remember, it’s made by Skill, so I’m curious if Skill batteries are compatible with this set.
You also get a drill, a two-amp-hour battery, a light, and something I can’t quite identify as the fourth piece, but it’s there. So, you essentially get three tools and a light for $146, a great Cyber Monday deal.
Moving on, there’s a two-piece tool set for $77, including an impact drill and an impact driver. Let’s take a look at the specs for these tools. The impact driver has 1100 pounds of torque, which might seem low to some, but it’s suitable for homeowners.
Next up, we have a jigsaw for $58. Let’s check the specs: it has 0.4 amps, which is an unusual number, and an SPM of 2800. Quite a deal at $58.
Now, here’s a 36-piece homeowner’s kit for $51, complete with driver bits and a bag. Made by Skill, it offers 1600 RPM and 350 inch-pounds of torque. It’s a half-inch chuck with plastic components, but it’s a solid choice for homeowners.
I want to throw down a challenge to some YouTubers out there. If you’re interested in testing these tools, Amazon, if you’re listening, feel free to reach out to me for an honest review.
Let’s switch gears and focus on Denali power tools. They offer a basic 20-volt Max drill for $48, a no-frills option. And there’s a hammer drill for $64, a good deal with a five-year warranty. It even comes with a two-amp-hour battery.
Now, for those of you who want to add to your Skill tool collection, Denali batteries are cross-compatible with Skill tools, which is fantastic news. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any information about USB ports.
Wrapping it up, Denali offers a range of cordless tools, including an angle grinder and an SDS for $74 each. If you’re interested in these tools, they’re worth checking out.
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