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BLACK+DECKER PHS550B Powered Handsaw w/Storage Bag $27.98 @Amazon, Target

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  • Powerful 3.4 amp, 4,600 SPM motor
  • Cuts wood and metal; patented tool-free blade changes
  • 6-foot cord; compact and lightweight design
  • 2-year limited warranty
  • Powerful 3.4 amp, 4,600 SPM motor
  • Cuts wood and metal; patented tool-free blade changes
  • 6-foot cord; compact and lightweight design
  • 2-year limited warranty
  • Included with handsaw: large capacity blade, metal cutting blade, and storage bag
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$40 at Walmart [walmart.com]

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000CA6FDY/

https://www.target.com/p/black-de...-10541481?
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Per Target's website: "Sorry, this item is currently unavailable within 100 miles..." of Tampa Bay area of Florida.
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Great for letting Junior cut the turkey.
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i stopped by target that has them on stock. i asked a couple of employee. one told me to look at clearance section but i have to go around the store since they have clearance section spread out. another employee just didn't bother to help me. they probably kept them by themselves.
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I have a Ryobi 18 volt reciprocating saw. Is this better for any reason? Seems pretty similar (aside from being a plug-in tool.)
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I have a Ryobi 18 volt reciprocating saw. Is this better for any reason? Seems pretty similar (aside from being a plug-in tool.)
The cordless recip saw is definitely better. 1. It's cordless. 2. It takes standard blades, which are probably cheaper and easier to find.
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I have a Ryobi 18 volt reciprocating saw. Is this better for any reason? Seems pretty similar (aside from being a plug-in tool.)
I have a B&D 20v recipr saw that I got with a set, over a year ago. I had forgotten about it, until I saw this. I need to trim a few limbs, & I didn't really want to use my hand saw.
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Hmm, been looking for something to cut the Christmas Ham with, looks like this should work.
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I have a B&D 20v recipr saw that I got with a set, over a year ago. I had forgotten about it, until I saw this. I need to trim a few limbs, & I didn't really want to use my hand saw.
Harbor Freight sells pruning blades for reciprocating saws for real cheap. Came in real handy after that last hurricane.

Edit: https://m.harborfreight.com/9-in-5-tpi-reciprocating-saw-pruning-blades-5-pc-62219.html
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i stopped by target that has them on stock. i asked a couple of employee. one told me to look at clearance section but i have to go around the store since they have clearance section spread out. another employee just didn't bother to help me. they probably kept them by themselves.
I just bought one from local Target store. It's not anywhere in the clearance section. The staff guided me to customer service who helped check the stock and got one for me.
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I just bought one from local Target store. It's not anywhere in the clearance section. The staff guided me to customer service who helped check the stock and got one for me.
lucky! i went to a ghetto area so the treatment was expected lol
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Harbor Freight sells pruning blades for reciprocating saws for real cheap. Came in real handy after that last hurricane.

Edit: https://m.harborfreight.com/9-in-...62219.html
Good info. I din't realize there were pruning blades. I have some brush to cut up and some hedges to chop down and was planning to use my Hackzall. Maybe I'll try these blades out.
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How is this different from a reciprocating saw?
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How is this different from a reciprocating saw?
It is a reciprocating saw, just in a little bit different shape. I'd recommend going with a traditional reciprocating saw because with the variety of blades available for them it can do everything that this cute little thing does and much more.

And who knows if you'll be able to get replacement blades for this thing when you need them.
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