Tools We Love
Until I bought this handy device, I’d hardly ever hook my vacuum up to my tools because it was too much bother. Then I’d find myself spending way too much time vacuuming up the mess later. The I-Socket solved my problem, and it’s effortless. It’s a cool plug-in device that automatically turns on your shop vacuum when you squeeze the switch on your power tool. So whether you’ve got a router table, power sander, circular saw, miter saw or any other tool you can hook your vacuum hose onto, you’ve got to have one. The i-Socket vacuum automator even keeps the vac running for a few seconds after you shut off the tool to evacuate the dust still in the hose.
I do a lot of custom cabinet installation and keep one with my install tools for the job site. It keeps the customer satisfied when the dust ends up in the vac instead on the sofa. Using a vac attached to your tool is far superior to using the factory supplied dust bag attachment. And you don’t have to remember to walk over and turn the vacuum on. And let’s face it, too much saw dust is toxic; your health is worth it.