Re: Japanese style teeth
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Re: Japanese style teeth ()

Barry Irby
Exactly...I don't intend to hit the nails or other metal but they are sometimes cleverly concealed. It only takes very minor contact to ruin one of the blades with the Japanese style teeth.

The saw is incredibly useful in remodeling. The first one I bought was a battery version that was "Naked" but I already had many batteries and chargers. It was so cheap It was an impulse purchase. Then I fund it so useful I bought the cord version....MUCH more powerful and useful. Its one of those tools that once you have it you find lots of uses for it. Even the snaggeled tooth blades will cut drywall like butta...

The blades are just too expensive to be treated as disposables so I have a box full of worn out and trashed blades.

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