Fort Wayne, IN (PressExposure) December 02, 2011 -- 3 Rivers Marketing LLC, an Internet marketing company based out of Indiana has announced that they are launching a review website that will feature consumer information and buying guides on cordless impact drivers.
"The goal of the website is to give interested consumers the convenience of being able to find the information they want about this exciting new category of cordless tools from companies like DeWalt, Makita, Milwaukee, Bosch, Hitachi, Ryobi and others," said Jay Barua, founder. "This is the fastest growing segment of the cordless tools industry and so we have setup this consumer guide and review website that is an affiliate site."
Barua also wanted to point out that his company is in no way a part of the above named companies or a manufacturer of impact drivers itself. He added that this is strictly a consumer review site that has been set up to refer potential customers to the products.
The website plans to feature the top selling brands and models of impact drivers, a relatively new category of cordless tool that can combine the functions of both power drills and drivers while making both operations easier and more efficient. These tools also tend to be smaller and lighter than their non-impact counterparts, thus reducing overall user workload. All of these improved characteristics are accomplished because of an impact mechanism that provides much higher levels of torque and power than non-impact tools while requiring less physical effort to control. While impact drivers are not the best answer for every drilling and driving need, user consensus seems to be that they can perform a majority of drill and driver tasks.
"Impact drivers are certainly a special item that people who like or need cordless tools will want to purchase. This item really makes for a great gift year round no matter what the occasion is."
It was also pointed out that many of the impact drivers can be shipped for free, which can be another reason for shopping for them online.
For more details on the full range of impact drivers, visit http://www.ImpactDriver.org