Porter-Cable Power Tool Set (6-Tool Combo)

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The Porter-Cable power tool set features six cordless tools: impact driver, circular saws, oscillating tools, reciprocating saw, and compact drill/driver. It is currently available on leading e-commerce platform Amazon.

Included in the kit are two lithium ion batteries, a USB charging device, charger, and a kit bag.

Porter-Cable Power Tool Combo

Here are the tools included in the 6-tool kit:

  • PCC641 Impact Driver: Utilizing a strong rotational forward movement, an impact driver is useful for loosening or tightening screws and fasteners. This tool speeds up operations using its quick-release chuck and its 1,450 in-lbs max torque, 2,900 RPM, and 3,000 BPM.
  • PCC661 Circular Saw: Circular saws consist of a circular blade with sharp teeth that can cut through various materials. Porter-Cable’s circular saw motor comes with a 3,700 RPM motor and a durable 5-1/2 inch, 18-tooth carbide blade.
  • PCC710 Oscillating Tool: Oscillating tools are versatile tools that woodworkers can use for various tasks such as cutting, sanding, and grinding, among others. The tool can reach variable speeds of up to 18,000 OPM.
  • PCC671 Reciprocating Saw: A reciprocating saw employs a push-and-pull motion to cut through various materials. The set’s reciprocating saw drivetrain can deliver up to 3,000 spm with tool-free blade release and variable speed trigger.
  • PCC601 Compact Drill/Driver: This power tool works as a drill and a driver. Woodworkers can use them for drilling holes and tightening or loosening screws. The tool outputs up to 283 UWO and includes a 2-speed gear box (0-350/0-1,500 RPM).
  • PCC701 Pivoting Flashlight: Illuminate dark workspaces with the self-standing, pivoting flashlight.

Power Tool Handling Safety

Handling your Porter-Cable power tools safely is essential to preventing accidents and injuries. Here are some guidelines for a safer woodworking experience:

  • Seek proper training
  • Wear protective gear
  • Work in a well-lit area
  • Work a well-ventilated space
  • Inspect tool before use
  • Use the right tool for the task
  • Disconnect the tools when not in use
  • Keep the tools in good working condition
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