Just picked up my Harbor Freight "multifunction power tool" today--for
$35 w/coupon. In honor of the tool it's a clone of, I'm going to call it
Saw the new models there, which are going for $49. They have variable
speed, and I understand that they've improved the mounting system so
that the little nubs don't wear down so fast. But I'm looking forward to
using mine soon (have a job where I need to open up some plaster walls).
It seems to be well and solidly built.
I did pick up a couple extra blades, including a carbide and a diamond
one. We'll see how it does.
You were wrong, and I'm man enough to admit it.
Here's how well they work: the one I bought last year now has racked
up maybe 100 hours or more, sawing, slicing up old linoleum, cutting
drywall, on and on. Resharpened the cutting blade successfully with a
disc cut off tool. So what are you waiting for? You know you need one
I got one last week. I haven't used it yet, but I did try it out. I
cut a cube out of the corner of a scrap of 2X4. I got it out in less
than a minute with flat sides and sharp corners. I was really
impressed. Now I just need to find some good uses. One I am planning
is to insulate my garage door. I figure it will be great for cutting
the foam panels to fit.
I was in HF like a week ago. They must be selling like hotcakes. They
had a 6' 5 shelf rack in prime display area right by the front door.
Entirely stocked with them. Another disply off to the side with the
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