Lasers = cool, right? Lasers radiate (get it?) the whole James Bond vibe around the shop. When we pick up the circular saw and it shoots out lasers to tell you what’s going on, the chase scene music from Dr. No starts kicking around in the back of our heads.
Or not. Hey, sometimes you gotta keep yourself entertained when you’re making dozens of identical cuts — or drilling dozens of holes, which is where adding a pair of lasers to your drill press comes into play. They look like one of the elaborate (but easily escapable) machines created to bring 007 to his ultimate demise.
Oh yeah, they make lining up the bit easier, too.
What the drill press laser actually does is use two lasers to project crossing beams that guarantee precise drill bit placement (read: X marks the spot). The laser unit mounts to your drill press column and fits most stationary and bench-top drill presses. Once installed, it needs no further (or so they say) adjustment.
Hey — secret-agent-style hotness for just $40? Count us in.