Worx 20 Volt Maker X Rotary Crafting Tool Kit with Accessories

  • A tool with a whole bunch of tips for cutting, sanding, cleaning, polishing, you name it
  • Its universal fit means you can use tips from other rotary tools with it
  • Up to 35,000 rpm, so you can work with serious precision
  • Can it make margaritas: honestly, maybe?
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Which Comes First

Do you want the cool gear because you’re excited to try your hand at a new hobby? Or is trying your hand at the new hobby just a means of accruing more cool gear?

It’s really a chicken-and-egg scenario, isn’t it? Because you see something like this rotary tool kit, and it looks so cool that you want it. But why? Because it’s cool? Or because the stuff you could do with it is cool?

And then there’s the question of would you actually enjoy doing the cool stuff it’s capable of doing? Sanding, cutting, etching, polishing, cleaning. It all sounds dope, right? Something screen-less to set your mind to. Only, will you actually set your mind to it?

In this way, the purchasing decision is like a different philosophical paradox: the whole, “you need experience to get the job but you need a job to get experience” thing. You can’t know if you like something until you try it, but you don’t want to try something if you’re not sure you’re gonna like it.

Wrapped up in all of this is the financial commitment. You don’t want to spend a bunch of money on a tool you’re not sure you’ll use. But if you’re a beginner, you need the tool more than anyone.

After all, you wouldn’t try making a five-course meal over a campfire to decide whether or not you like cooking enough to invest in an Instant Pot. No way! If you’re an upstart home cook, you should start with the Instant Pot.

Likewise, if you want to play with some wood, or do some home improvement projects, doing things “the old-fashioned way” is a terrible idea. You stand to spend a lot of time and a lot of energy messing shit up and likely injuring yourself in the process. You’d be much better off with a modern tool, like this one (which, by the way, has some pretty stellar reviews over on Amazon. Except that’s way more expensive than whatever expert-level analog alternative there is.

Only, today it’s not. Because we’re selling this thing for a lot less than $70. So, if you get it and you love using it for crafting or doing odd jobs around the house, awesome. Whereas, if you find out you’re just not the crafty and/or handy type, you’re only out 40 something bucks.

In conclusion: it doesn’t matter whether you want this thing because you want to craft, or you want to craft because you want to play around with this thing. It’s $43 which is well below the personal-motive-investigation threshold. So get one, and start messing around!

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