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The latest DIY tools and gadgets to make your project easier

Created: 14/07/2016

There is nothing better than making something that seems tricky a lot easier and, unless you have the help of local handyman services, having the right tools for the trade is one way to make your home design project a lot easier. With a wide range of products on the market, we take a look at the latest DIY tools and gadgets on the shelves this year.

 

Bosch Cordless Multi-Sander

 

Bosch tools

 

Whether you need to sand down the garden furniture for your summer events or want to spruce up your interior wooden doors, the Bosch cordless multi-sander is a light-weight tool for sanding with minimal effort. It’s easy to handle and is great for smaller surfaces, and with its precise handling features it’s also great for difficult-to-reach areas such as curves in patterned wood. With a changeable battery and a 1 hour charger, you won’t have to wait around for long to get your DIY project complete.

Price: £49.99 from Bosch

 

 

Black and Decker Gyro Driver

 

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No DIY toolbox is complete without a cordless, electronic screwdriver, and the Black and Decker Gyro Driver is the perfect fit. The world’s first motion-activated screwdriver lets you insert and replace screws with such minimal effort you won’t ever want to change back to a manual! The Gyro Driver uses motion technology to pick up movements in your wrist to control the motor’s direction and speed. This DIY tool is a fantastic gadget.

Price: £20 from B&Q

 

 

Ryobi Laser level

For those who like to make no mistake when aligning skirting boards or bathroom tiles, the Ryobi Phone Works Laser Level is a great investment to add to your DIY tool collection. Unlike the spirit level that is more commonly used, the laser level enables for a permanent line to work with. The spirit level also requires more hands if working with multiple materials, making the laser level much less fiddly.

The Ryobi Laser is specially designed for turning your smartphone into a cross hair laser level and comes with a phone mount clip for a steady and precise line. Compatible for both Android and iOS devices, what better DIY gadget could you ask for?

Price: £50 from B&Q

 

 

irobot vacuum cleaner

 

iRobot

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After completing all the hard work of your DIY project, the last thing you want to do is have to tidy up the bits and pieces left on the floor. Luckily there are now some smart vacuum cleaners on the market that will do the more tedious jobs for you, just like the iRobot Vacuum Cleaner. The clever robotic technology allows for a high-efficiency cleaning system and maps the environment around it so it doesn’t lose track of where it is or where it has been. The best feature, though, is the automatic suction power increase for where it is needed most.

Available from irobot.co.uk



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