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Irwin Tools Standard Drywall Jab Saw

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Amazon has Irwin Tools Standard Drywall Jab Saw (2014102) for $3.11. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25.

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  • Rigid blade delivers solid cut control.
  • Bi-Ground teeth delivers fast, smooth cuts.
  • Hardwood handle is comfortable and balanced.
  • For roughing in drywall, cutting out HVAC, plumbing, and electrical openings or cutting ceiling tile openings.

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Features:
Rigid blade delivers solid cut control.
Bi-Ground teeth delivers fast, smooth cuts.
Hardwood handle is comfortable and balanced.
For roughing in drywall, cutting out HVAC, plumbing, and electrical openings or cutting ceiling tile openings.

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Looks like it has mainly been this price since June 2020. Certainly not a special hot deal.
In for one, needed it - thanks OP
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About as cheap as you are going to find this older wood handle version online.... one might expect that once gone, it will be the higher priced plastic handles. Although the oscillating tool has more or less replaced this tool, there is still the occasional use for it.
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I bought for same price back in April, 2021.
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Looks like it has mainly been this price since June 2020. Certainly not a special hot deal.
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In for one, needed it - thanks OP
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About as cheap as you are going to find this older wood handle version online.... one might expect that once gone, it will be the higher priced plastic handles. Although the oscillating tool has more or less replaced this tool, there is still the occasional use for it.
Is this mainly used to "feel" whats behind the wall, like pipes or wires, instead of cutting into it too fast with a power tool?
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Is this mainly used to "feel" whats behind the wall, like pipes or wires, instead of cutting into it too fast with a power tool?
It's super light as well.
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Looks like it has mainly been this price since June 2020. Certainly not a special hot deal.
Indeed, I bought mine in July 2020 for $3.11
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Is this mainly used to "feel" whats behind the wall, like pipes or wires, instead of cutting into it too fast with a power tool?
I don't think that would be a good idea... The teeth on this saw would cause all kinds of problems when contacting PVC pipe or electrical wiring.
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I don't think that would be a good idea... The teeth on this saw would cause all kinds of problems when contacting PVC pipe or electrical wiring.
Any experienced electrician can immediately feel a change in cutting before u actually cut into wire. O-tools are faster and cut nicer but they make more noise, more mess and if u need to carry it around every where it's easier to have this on ur pocket. Pros and cons to any tool.
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For $3.11 just buy it! It's cheaper than the Harbor Fright saw and about half price form the usual "deal" posted every other month. These saws are super convenient for small jobs - cut outs for outlets and such.
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Is this mainly used to "feel" whats behind the wall, like pipes or wires, instead of cutting into it too fast with a power tool?
You will know, or should realize when you hit a metal pipe, but electrical wires could easily be nicked or cut. Mostly for plunge cutting drywall and cutting out ceiling tiles for lights, switches, etc, if concerned, then use the powered oscillating tool to just the thickness of the drywall, or even a utility knife.
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These are excellent pumpkin carvers
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Was annoyed, I bought this 3 weeks ago to cut the hole for my whole house fan*, then looked and saw I got it for this exact price.

*it was good enough to make the pilot holes and corners, and a few inches, then I got tired and just took my reciprocating saw on the rest, knowing there were no obstructions.
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