Home>Discussions>TOOLS & PRODUCTS>Has anyone tried one of these
6 posts / 0 new
Last post
Jack
Has anyone tried one of these
Jack
Jack
Re: Has anyone tried one of these
Jack

True, but for a demolition saw, pole barn building or down on the farm saw at $157 it might be handy. Says it will cut wood, aluminum, and steel up to ΒΌ".
Jack

Sten
Re: Has anyone tried one of these
Sten

Wonder if it cuts as good as it looks?? I have a Dewalt that I paid close to 200 beans for, used it for 3 months and the trigger on the thing crapped out so it's been sitting in my cellar for 5 years, I love the Dewalt Line of tools but am always willing to try something new.

A. Spruce
Re: Has anyone tried one of these
A. Spruce
Sten wrote:

Wonder if it cuts as good as it looks?? I have a Dewalt that I paid close to 200 beans for, used it for 3 months and the trigger on the thing crapped out so it's been sitting in my cellar for 5 years, I love the Dewalt Line of tools but am always willing to try something new.

Switches are cheap and easy to replace. Contact your local Dewalt/Black and Decker dealer.

A. Spruce
Re: Has anyone tried one of these
A. Spruce
jkirk wrote:

that specific saw? or a wormdrive.

the idea of one blade for everything sounds pretty decent but i wouldnt trust it for finish cuts on stain grade wood

Being the curious sort, I went to check the price of the blades. If it can cut everything with one blade (doesn't seem possible to me ), then why do they offer 5 different blades for it? The blades are pretty similar to any other saw blade and all cost about the same as comparable blades. I don't know about you guys, but I've never been able to stop my Skil 66 worm drive. If it's primarily blade technology, then I'd be inclined to just buy a blade or two and try them out, unless they've got a proprietary arbor size.

Sten
Re: Has anyone tried one of these
Sten

Good point on the Blades.

Sponsored Stories

TV Listings

Find TV listings for This Old House and Ask This Old House in your area.