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Cordless Reciprocating Saw Video

Many home improvement projects involve cutting something - wood, metal, plastics. If you want to combine the hand saw with the power of a circular saw, but without the cord, try a cordless reciprocating saw.

A reciprocating saw are built tough and handle rough cutting. Some models have two speeds that provides either a longer or shorter stroke. The longer stroke is for rough cutting. The shorter one for finer cutting.

The rechargeable batteries are longer lasting and more powerful than the batteries in the past. 24 volt cordless power tools are very common.

The reciprocating saw, or sawzall, has a wide variety of blades available. There are specialized blades for cutting wood, wood with nails in it, metal, plastics, etc. There is also a special blade designed for pruning trees. Try it on your tree!

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