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DEWALT DCS551B 20V Max Drywall Cut-Out Tool (Tool Only) $68.8

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DEWALT DCS551B 20V Max Drywall Cut-Out Tool (Tool Only)
  • 26,000 RPM motor delivers fast cutting in drywall, acoustical ceiling tiles, plywood, etc.
  • Tool-free for fast and easy bit changing without a wrench
  • Dust-sealed switch protects against dust ingestion for longer tool life
  • Bright LED light illuminates dark work surfaces for accurate cutting
  • Slim, lightweight design
  • Battery & Charger Sold Separately

https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DCS551B-Drywall-Cut-Out-Tool/dp/B00KYNW7MC/ [amazon.com]
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dead already? showing $89 for me
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dead already? showing $89 for me
Go to Used & New.. listed for $69.. but its says its gonna be in stock November 28
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Doh.. bought on the previous deal
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Good deal if you are in the market. If you don't so it for a living get a dry wall saw and a drywall rasp for about 20$. With a couple minutes of YouTube videos you'll be much better off than with a power tool. Seriously.
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Good deal if you are in the market. If you don't so it for a living get a dry wall saw and a drywall rasp for about 20$. With a couple minutes of YouTube videos you'll be much better off than with a power tool. Seriously.
I agree. Even professionally these things make a mess
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I agree. Even professionally these things make a mess
It's hard to do anything drywall related without making a mess..
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Cheaper on eBay with 10% ebay bucks
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You don't need to hang drywall professionally to appreciate this type of tool. Unlike other methods, this eliminates the need to carefully measure and cut. With preinstalled electrical boxes or can lights, you hang the full sheet of drywall with a handful of screws then poke this thing in somewhere in the middle of the box/can and zip it around the outside edge, making a perfect cutout for the box/can to poke through. Finish up with the rest of the screws and blammo, yer done.

Those worried about a mess should hold a vac nozzle close to the cut out tool which will suck up most of the dust.
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Brushed tool I assume?
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It's hard to do anything drywall related without making a mess..
A simple razor knife doesn't leave much residue. I'm just taking cutting, not mud or sand work.

Not one drywall company I know uses these. It's a home owner product
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