By David Kitchenham Tuesday, 3rd August 2021 0 Comments Where to buy tools online – we look at the options You might be thinking of the obvious answer… Amazon? And Amazon has many benefits for the consumer, such as next day delivery, an easy-to-use platform and a huge variety of tools available. However, it appears that Amazon’s clever algorithms will use your recent search history on the platform to decide what products to present you with, so you are left in a consumer bubble only seeing some ranges of tools. Let’s face it, a real DIY’ers dream is scrolling through a tool corral at your local store, right? Well, you can do just that online direct through manufacturing websites (and it comes with a lot of benefits too) First and foremost – are you team red (Milwaulkee) or yellow (*Dewalt)? Either way, you have a huge range of options directly from both of their websites. Let’s take a look… Milwaukee Shopping directly through the Milwaukee tools site is just the same as shopping at your local DIY store – if not even better. In recent years, innovation and their move to the cordless space have proved worthy, as Milwaukee is now one of the leading giants in the tool industry. If you want the best of the best, and an impressive tool collection that’ll make your friends jealous then shop with these guys. Their website has an enormous range of products, easily presented to you with a neat menu that means you’ll never miss out on any range of tools again. The best part about it is that there is an option to search tools by trade, so you can save time by looking at tools relevant to your work. There’s even a store locator feature that allows you to check, by location, the nearest store that you can collect your desired tools in – saving you time, money and a whole lot of stress! Click here to Visit Milwaukees site: Milwaukeetool.com Metabo It acts very similar to Metabo, another leading powerhouse in the tool industry. Metabo’s website has an extensive range for professional users focused on the competence areas of the metal industry and metal trades, construction trades and renovation. Their website will be the first place to find out about new product releases, take advantage of their loyalty scheme and benefit from the 3-year warranty promise*. Click here to visit their site: Metabo.com FFX Website A great tool-centric website that offers every brand you can think of! It really is a one-stop shop… The online business has grown year on year and is now one of the largest independent suppliers of power tools and power tool accessories, hand tools, fixings and fasteners, and general construction consumables. With over 65,000 Trustpilot reviews it stands proudly as a reputable and reliable tool supplier in the market. The website is very easy to navigate and is separated conveniently by brand, product or category helping you to find what you’re looking for in no time. And if you’re in a hurry, FFX offers FREE next day delivery, 7 days a week if you place your order by 8 pm the night before! Click here to visit their site: ffx.co.uk D&M Tools Known as the ‘Tool Superstore’ and there’s no surprise why! By shopping with D&M, customers can take advantage of its free delivery (over £99), next day delivery and loyalty scheme discounts. The website is jam-packed with top brands ranging from Bahnco to Festool and many more. It also has a clearance section where tradespeople can find some extremely tasty deals on big brands. Click here to visit their website: dm-tools.co.uk There are many more websites that also offer a great range of tools with impressive discounts and advantages such as Screwfix and local Builders Merchants which shouldn’t be sniffed at! And don’t forget to check out the full range of tools at the Toolkits shopping section where you can find an excellent deal on the hottest products right now! Click here to visit our marketplace Post navigation Previous Post Portable power stations for off-grid cordless tool use Next Post Snickers LiteWork Workwear – making light work of warm weather David Kitchenham Tool loving geek and tech head from PAL Media. Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.