You can buy cordless power tools and electronics from the store, but you don’t need to go far to find some spare parts.
Recode’s Cord Lab has a list of parts you can buy online for less than $5 and some of those parts come in handy for your new gadget.
We found some handy cordless parts for the first time at a local electronics store.
They’re pretty inexpensive and offer up plenty of room for customization.
Here are 10 cordless bits you might want to check out.
Here are the cords you might need for your cordless electric drill.
They come in a variety of lengths and sizes.
We got ours in a 10 foot cord and we’re not kidding when we say they’re pretty big.
These are the cordless drill bits you’ll need for the new electric drill we’re using.
These aren’t cheap, but they’re definitely worth the investment.
These are the bits we found at a hardware store.
Here’s the corded drill bit you’ll be using with the electric drill you just bought.
It’s the same drill as we found in the video, but it’s much smaller.
We have a couple of new tools at home, and we have a new toolbox at work.
These tools are meant to make life easier for us when we’re busy with other projects.
If you’re just getting started, these cordless tools are definitely worth considering.
We use these corded cordless drills to sharpen our pencils.
We don’t know what to make of these cord-less tools, but we definitely recommend them.
They also come in nice sets of 12, so we’re saving money and getting the best possible cordless toolset.
These cordless drilling bits are great for cutting wood and plastic.
They can be used for cutting a wide variety of materials, from fiberglass to aluminum.
If they’re not for you, these are the tools we recommend for the best cordless work.
These new tools we found for our new electric toolbox.
They look a little like the ones we found earlier at a store.
These cordless things work great for woodworking.
They were built to cut plastic and other solid objects.
They even have a small extension for those who want to use them to drill holes.