- Works With Visionmount¿ Tv & Component Wall Mounts To Easily & Safely Contain & Hide Cables & Wires
- Fits A 3/8″ Drill Chuck¿& Can Be Used With Cordless Drills
- Self-Sharpening Carbide-Coated Cutting Blades For Long Life
- Drill Not Included
SPEARE TOOLS AB 1610 Adjustable Speaker-Cutter Hole Saw Cuts round holes from 6 1/4″10 3/8″ in drywall and ceiling tile with no mess when using the clear, flexible dust shield. It fits a 3/8″ drill chuckand can be used with cordless drills. The self-sharpening carbide-coated cutting blades for long life. Drill not included
List Price: $ 34.95
Price: $ 22.61
Whats the difference in circular saws?
i was looking into a better saw then this craftsman ive got! To bulky!
anyway sen these with worm driven gears, are they any better? price?
Suggestion by Ernie A
A worm drive saw is bulkier and more powerful than a direct drive saw. They are also usually more expensive. If you want a smaller saw, probably a cordless model would be your best choice. If you decide on a cordless, be sure to get one with lithium batteries.
Suggestion by oil field trash
If you aren’t looking for depth of cut, then there are several smaller saws available like those at this site.
Suggestion by I cant believe this website
If you are a weekend warrior you might want to look at circular trim saws, they are a little smaller and lighter than the 7 1/4 saws. Most worm drives weigh about 15 lbs. but can cut almost anything the pros come across.
Suggestion by woodtick314
A worm drive weighs about double what a standard saw weighs. They are pretty much bulletproof, as long as you check the oil level regularly and change it every so often. They are too bulky for the average DIY’er. Even a lot of pros don’t like them because of the weight. I had a Milwaukee for years, but replaced with a Porter-Cable sidewinder. If you want to stay with an electric saw, look for one that’s made from magnesium. They are about 2 pounds lighter than standard circ saws. I would stay away from battery operated saws. The good ones are very expensive, and the cheap ones have terrible run time on the batteries. You don’t want to be caught on the roof when the battery dies, have to climb down, get a new one, and repeat the process every 20-30 mins. You can get a Makita, which is a pretty decent saw, for about $ 85-90. Hope this helps.