90 Years of Festool
Our passion for high quality power tools has continued for more than 90 years. We share this fascination with our users and fans. Our products make life easier for professional tradespeople and help them to achieve perfect results faster. We always think systematically, right down to the finest detail. Over 350 patents and 80 awards, for both the products and company and above all our satisfied customers are testament to our innovative success.
Innovation has been the foundation of Festool since its inception. In 1929, the company introduced the first portable chain saw, which brought the mill to the forest and transformed the logging industry. We may have changed our name a few times over the years, but that unyielding commitment to quality, precision and exceptional customer service have remained the same.
Festool designs tools that change the way people work. Saving you time, improving quality and enhancing safety.
Through the years, we have set the standard for the industry, with such breakthrough tools as:
Conturo KA 65 Edge Bander
The system for the perfect edge. For wood, melamine and plastic edging.
Intelligent organisation Close, Open, Connect with a single turn.
LHS 225 Long Reach Sander
Two lengths, one machine. Two speed gears for efficient, rapid material removal.
Kapex KS 120
The first compound mitre saw with Festool quality.
Domino Joining System
Domino Joining system redefined precise, easy and rapid timber joining.
CDD 12, the shortest cordless drill. CT Mobile Dust Extraction with inclusion of a docking station for securing your systainer.
Festo Systainer Classic
The most beautiful tool box in the world - 'the Systainer' - winner of the Innovation Award.
3 in 1 Tool
The gear driven random orbit sander ROTEX makes its debut as the first of its kind in the world.
The first random orbit sander with integrated dust extraction.
The combination of a handheld circular saw and a guide rail dazzles users.
The first rutscher vibrating sander revolutionises surface finishing.
marked the end of manual work on site. The chainsaw quickly took over the entire market.