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Denver Tools evaluation

My son has asked for some tools to use with his air compressor.
He has found Denver Tools through the Tool King website.
As compared to Chicago Pneumatic and Ingersoll Rand,
Denver Tools is very inexpensive.
Do the low prices indicate that the tools are not worth buying --
or that they are a really good deal from a company not yet
well established?
The particular tool in question is Denver Tools 650
3/8 inch keyless air drill

Thank you.
Sincerely,
Wallace Tinsley

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Personally i check parts availability good tools have a good parts back up the poorer ones have no or poor backup(throw away)

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