Cheap then Expensive
If you’re just getting into the DIY game, then you might not want to spend your entire lifesavings on a single power tool. There are cheaper options available, but according to the writer of a product review article who rewrote the words from an actual professional, you should choose the most expensive tool within your budget.
Or you could do what this person suggested. Invest in an inexpensive tool and see how often you use it. If you use it regularly before it breaks down, you can replace it with a higher-quality tool. If it’s been years and years before the tool breaks down, you can probably get by with a cheap replacement.