You know what I mean, those saws that vibrate back and forth and]
allow you to cut square holes in a piece of wood, or remove a strip
from the bottom of a skirting board with it in situ.
There is one make that won't accept the standard bosch-style
replacement blades, so i dont want that one.
Only for occasional diy, so don't recommend a £400 job, or
the one that was on sale in Lidl months ago !.
You may find that very few accept the bosch-style blades as each
manufacture seems to have their own unique fixing. However there are
third party suppliers of blades with a universal interface that fit a
range of many models. One such supplier is Saxton Blades
Usual name is multi-tool. I thought at first you meant a sabre saw.
General consensus seems to be that Aldi/Lidl models are good value. FWIW
I've been perfectly happy with my Bosch. The originals were, I think,
Festool and Fein but they seem to be £400 and £300 respectively.
Now available in cordless. I havn't been tempted, never felt really
restricted by a mains one but YMMV.
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