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Looking at that, and especially the 3x2 provided for the demo, my feeling is that they are trying to create a 'hand held everyday' type market. Small 'handy' tools that you pull out & use on things one does constantly in order to be more efficient.I’ve seen this too, think it’s American only at present. I can’t really see an advantage of this tiny circular saw over a normal one.
Makita had (probably still does) a mini saw like that about 12 years ago. As the blade was much thinner than a typical circular saw, it was great when working on delicate areas like exposed polished floorboards. Trouble back then was batteries and motors wasn't as good as they are now so the unit lacked power and battery soon died. Always wanted an updated version.
Blimey I haveFor power tools I have
Makita combi drill
Makita impact driver
Erbaur multi tool. Bought after my fein packed in.
Worx small circular saw
Evolution sliding compound mitre saw
Makita core drill, but tend to use the sds
Small cheap electric tile saw
Oh and Henry.
The only things not on the van all the time are the mitre saw and tile saw.
Keep thinking I've forgotten something.
Yep there great very handy and the blades last an ok number of times on steel and ages on uniWhen I did big site work we (my mate) had one similar for cutting unistrut and threaded rod, it had a metal cutting fine toothed blade and ran at a slower speed than the normal circular saw. It didn’t produce sparks like a grinder so didn’t need hot works permits. Wasn’t cheap if I remember right, but saved us a ton of time and hassle when we were on price work.
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