3 New Senco Duraspin Corded Auto Feed Screwdrivers

Senco has announced that they are coming out with three new Duraspin corded auto feed screwdrivers. They said they would be available in late May so they should be out now that it’s June and they have a price point of $159.99 to $179.99 depending on the model. Each corded tool with come with two drive bits and a tool bag.

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The three new screwdrivers from Senco include a DS245-AC model designed for high volume applications such as drywall, sheathing, cement board and underlayment. It uses a high speed 5,000 RPM motor that can drive 1-2″ collated screws. The second model is the DS242-AC model that’s designed to use drill-point screws used for materials such as steel and cement board. Its high torque 2500 RPM motor  drives 1-2″ collated screws. The third model is the DS342-AC which is said to be their most versatile tool. It’s said to excel in wood, metal, tile flooring and other dense materials. Its 2500 RPM motor drives 1-3″ screws.

Features shared by all three screwdrivers include tool-free screw length adjustment, variable speed triggers, easy access reverse switch, a heavy duty 10′ power cord, durable belt clip, and a 5 year limited warranty.

Senco is proud of their new Duraspin corded autofeed screwdrivers in the fact that these corded units offer an affordable price point and there’s no need for batteries. This true of most corded tools which are inherently more affordable than battery powered tools (in most cases) and since they are corded and plug in, they don’t require batteries or chargin. However they do require a jobsite that has running power otherwise you’ll need to run a generator. And even though a 1o foot cord offers decent mobility, you’ll most likely need to run an extension for greater flexibility around the job site.


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