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FASTPRO Tool Set features a cordless drill driver along with tools and accessories such as drill bits, screwdriver bits, and many more. Essentially, the kit includes some of the most important tools for woodworking projects and DIY tasks.

Woodworkers can purchase the package via e-commerce platform Amazon where it has a score of 4.8 out of 5 stars (2,370 ratings).

Woodworking is one of the most popular trades and hobbies in the world as attested to the steady sale of tools dedicated to the craft. According to research, the woodworking industry is projected to reach $13.2 billion by 2031.


Here are the contents of the tool set by FASTPRO:

  • Cordless Drill Driver
    • 20 volts
    • Lithium ion battery
    • ⅜ inch keyless chuck
    • 2-speed settings (0-400 rpm and 0-1500 rpm)
  • Accessories
    • 40 Pcs Screwdriver Bits
    • 10 Pieces Drill Bits
    • Magnetic screwdriver holder
    • 9 Pieces Folding Hex Key Set
    • Cable ties
  • Basic Tools
    • Torpedo level
    • Tape measure
    • Hammer (with fiberglass handle)
    • Utility knife with knife blades
    • Pliers (long nose, slip joint pliers, groove joint pliers)
    • 6 Pieces Screwdriver Set
    • 5 Pieces Precision Screwdriver Set
    • Adjustable Wrench
    • Scissors
  • Tool Bag
    • 12-inch tool bag

Tool Handling Safety

Handling woodworking tools safely is crucial to preventing accidents and injuries. Here are some general safety tips for handling common woodworking tools: 

  • Proper Training: Woodworkers are advised to undergo proper training before handling various types of tools.
  • Emergency Preparedness:  Know the location of emergency shut-off switches, first aid supplies, and fire extinguishers in your workshop. 
  • Inspect Tools:  Regularly inspect your Fastpro tools for any damage or wear. Do not use damaged tools, and replace or repair them as needed. 
  • Proper Workspace:  Maintain a clean and well-lit workspace. Remove clutter and ensure there’s adequate space to move around safely.
  • Protective Gear: Wear protective gear such as glasses or goggles, hearing protection, dust masks, and gloves.
  •  Proper Handling of Blades and Bits:  Handle blades, bits, and other sharp cutting tools with care.
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