The biggest benefit of a cordless angle grinder is portability. Cordless angle grinders can reach tight spots without a cord trailing behind and getting in the way. They’re light, operable with one hand and an excellent tool for maneuverability.
Because they’re cordless, these angle grinders need charged batteries to work, which means a battery switch will be necessary during long periods of use. Cordless angle grinders generally have the least amount of power of any tool in the angle-grinder category.
Angle grinders are versatile - they're in every area of construction. Any job site, auto shop or other location where you might find a tool arsenal has at least one angle grinder on hand. They are a good tool to have on hand for anyone who likes to take on home repair or home improvement projects.
These tools can be used to grind, cut, polish and sand some of the toughest materials like concrete (especially masonry), tile and auto-body and mechanical materials.
Use our exclusive tool-comparison engine in the bar below to compare cordless angle grinders. If you're having trouble determining if this is the right type of angle grinder for you, read our full article on how to choose an angle grinder.
Metabo W18LTX115 18V 115mm Cordless Angle Grinder (With 2 X 4.0Ah Batteries) - Real User Review
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