Could a Makita Knock-Off Impact Driver be as Good as a Real One?
In this day and age, just about everything can be produced in a cheaper way somewhere ...
In this day and age, just about everything can be produced in a cheaper way somewhere overseas. No matter what it is, from shoes to power tools and everything in between, there is bound to be a knock-off floating around out there. In some cases, aside from the branding, it can be pretty difficult to tell the difference. Let’s just say that some of these people who are creating knock-off items have gotten really good at what they do.
This time, we follow along with the Project Farm YouTube channel as they dive into the knock-off power tool world. In the world of impact drivers, sometimes, it seems like you truly get what you pay for. However, there is a never ending quest in the world of tools to try and find a cheap alternative that works. Who wouldn’t want to spend less money for a product that functions just as good, if not better?
In this case, the knock-off actually promises some better specifications than the original. Could it actually be able to live up to the hype of being a better unit at a fraction of the cost? It seems like a pretty big longshot to us. However, seeing is truly believing. Demonstrations like those from the Project Farm channel can knock any sort of doubt out of our minds.
By following along with the video below, we check in on the comparison that brings these two units to life. At the end of the day, there are a ton of factors to consider when making a tool purchase. Thankfully, YouTube channels like this have our back to show us who the boss is in each category!
At the end of the day, there is a clear winner here. Could the $30 asking price for the knock-off be money well spent?