I cleaned out my old tool literature and came across and old package
for some ratcheting clamps by Kobalt. It turns out that they didn't
really work - they'd pop open under pressure - so I returned them.
And then just a week ago I tried a utility saw that they make as
well. It contained a handle and three blades - hacksaw, stab saw and
a two-edged flush trimming blade. For 12 bucks I figured it'd be a
handy saw to take on installs. However, once I got the saw home I
realized that the teeth were set on opposite sides of the blade!! No
way to avoid scratching up your work surface with that one. So I'm
now 0 for 2 with Kobalt.
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