If you’ve ever wondered if you can use a smaller blade inside your circular saw, then you’re not alone – many of us have had the exact same thought when faced with a blade that’s smaller than the saw’s default blade diameter.
If you already own an electric chainsaw, then you’re probably familiar with how low maintenance these saws can be. When you’re ready to start cutting simply pop in a battery, pull back the chain brake, depress the trigger, and – presto – you’ve got a working saw at the touch of a button.
Learning how to use a hand saw is one of those fundamental skills that every homeowner, DIYer, or woodworker should strive to perfect. While powered saws certainly have their place, if you’re working somewhere without access to power or your batteries are drained, then a good hand saw is your best option for the task at hand.
If you’re the type of person who’s constantly reaching for that bulky 16 gallon wet/dry vac to clean up your messes and wishing you had something a little more convenient – the DeWalt DCV517B portable vacuum is just the thing for you. It’s the perfect size for cleaning up dirt and debris around the garage, workshop, car, or house.
When it comes to battery-powered chainsaws, you usually end up trading performance and power for the convenience of power on demand. With the 12-inch DCCS620P1 chainsaw, DeWalt has done a phenomenal job eliminating this trade-off – as the saw offers excellent performance in a lightweight and compact package.
When it comes to circular saws, extra bulk and weight can be a serious hindrance to performance. If you’re using your saw for a full day of work, even a few extra ounces can be the difference between using your saw comfortably and wasted time from your arms getting worn out.
While it may not feature all the bells and whistles of newer cordless saws, the DeWalt DWE305 reciprocating saw is reliable, versatile, and ideal for homeowners and DIYers. With a 12 Amp motor, it’s compact enough to squeeze into tight spots, while still having enough juice to rip through PVC, metal, and masonry with ease.