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IRWIN Tools Standard Drywall Jab Saw EXPIRED

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Amazon has IRWIN Tools Standard Drywall Jab Saw (2014102) for $2.80 when you 'clip' the $0.31 coupon on the product page. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25.

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  4. At checkout your total will be $2.80, 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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Amazon [amazon.com] has IRWIN Tools Standard Drywall/Jab Saw on sale for $3.11 - $0.31 coupon = $2.80. Shipping is free for Prime members or with $25+ orders. > usually ships within 1-4 weeks

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The camel says this is typically 3 to 4 dollars, not 12
Pro tip. Score the drywall with your knife first, then use your keyhole saw to finish for a clean cut. These single direction saws also provide a cleaner more accurate cut with less dust than the double sided saws, especially for junction boxes. For longer cuts (24" or more) a full size hand saw can make things easier.
I held my breath and clicked. It is $7,439. I would stick with the $2 saw.

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The camel says this is typically 3 to 4 dollars, not 12
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THANK YOU OP, Appreciate the Heads Up. In For 1.
Hope this Helps, According to the 3 C's, Lowest Price before was $3.11, Back In April 2021

Halloween Coming Up - Excellent for Pumpkin Carving
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If you do much drywall work, things like cutting out holes, you'd want a double sided saw, makes it so much easier.

Something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/HAUTMEC-Wa...=hi&sr=1-2
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Quote from Lilyly :
for how much more? sorry dont want to click on a link that could reveal a much more expensive item
Right, sometimes people forget this is Slickdeals not an elitist forum.
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These jab saws are WAY OVERRATED. They will tear up the drywall. Just use a good box cutter.
For cutting drywall that's not on the wall sure, but for patch jobs a box cutter wears down quickly. These saws do leave rough cuts compared to a box cutter though.
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Quote from scsiguru :
These jab saws are WAY OVERRATED. They will tear up the drywall. Just use a good box cutter.
Pro tip. Score the drywall with your knife first, then use your keyhole saw to finish for a clean cut. These single direction saws also provide a cleaner more accurate cut with less dust than the double sided saws, especially for junction boxes. For longer cuts (24" or more) a full size hand saw can make things easier.
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I use a similar DeWalt to this to cut holes for a few outlet boxes a year. Very easy and convenient, but the big thick teeth will sometimes catch and tear chunks of "rock" away from the paper on the backside when I'm finishing off the hole. Still a neater job than when the builder cut all their holes using what I can only imagine was a sledgehammer.
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for how much more? sorry dont want to click on a link that could reveal a much more expensive item
I held my breath and clicked. It is $7,439. I would stick with the $2 saw.
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Pumpkin carving season coming, these work great.
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These jab saws are WAY OVERRATED. They will tear up the drywall. Just use a good box cutter.
I've always been glad to have one or wish I did when cutting drywall that is in place.
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Or, buy an oscillating tool, which do the job (cutting drywall) and are a lot more versatile - have a lot of other applications. 24.95 at Harborfreight.

But if you're not into DIY and only have to cut a small amount of drywall, the OP tool will do. Price is low.
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These are great for large cuts when carving a pumpkin.
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