Angle Grinders, Wall Chasers & Metalworking Tools

Grinders, cutters chasers and metal working tools

Discover the Power of Versatility with Our Angle Grinders & Metalworking Tools. Unlock your workshop's full potential with our premium range of angle grinders. These indispensable tools, designed for precision and durability, cater to a broad spectrum of metalworking tasks. Whether it's cutting, grinding, or polishing metal surfaces, our selection of metal grinders stands ready to tackle the most demanding jobs. With options ranging from compact, portable grinders to robust, heavy-duty models, our collection ensures you find the exact tool for your specific needs. Experience the blend of high performance and convenience with our angle grinders and metalworking tools. Browse our category now and elevate your craftsmanship to the next level. Shop today

Frequently Asked Questions


How much is shipping?

At Carey Tools, we offer FREE shipping when you spend over 75 euros on all our tools & equipment

Do you provide delivery all over Ireland?

Yes, we use reliable delivery partners which means that you should receive your parcel within 1 – 5 working days.

What is the Difference Between a Grinder and an Angle Grinder?

An angle grinder is a handheld power tool with the grinding or cutting disc positioned at an angle to the motor's shaft. These are versatile tools used for cutting, grinding, and polishing various materials.

How Do I Choose the Right Angle Grinder Power Rating for the Job?

Lighter tasks require 720-850 watt 4-1/2 inch grinders, while heavier tasks need 1000+ watt models. Match the grinder's size and power to the job demands.

What Safety Precautions Should I Take?

Wear protective gear, maintain a firm two-handed grip, avoid overextending, and take breaks to prevent fatigue. Ensure the guard is in place, use a correct disc, and secure the workpiece.

What Brands Do You Supply?

We supply Makita, DeWalt, HiKOKI, Angle Grinders with 100mm Discs, known for performance and durability.

How Can I Minimize Exposure to Debris When Angle Grinding?

Wear safety gear, position upwind to avoid dust, use a dust extraction attachment, and reposition frequently allowing debris to settle before working in the same area.