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Cordless Reciprocating Saws Almost Come of Age

While they're not up to the challenges of full-time demolition, cordless saws are a great option on a roof or in a crawlspace

This tool survey features eight cordless reciprocating saws ranging from 14.4V to 24V, explaining their advantages and disadvantages compared to corded saws and comparing each saw’s specifications, cutting ability, and run time.

Cordless Reciprocating Saws Almost Come of Age

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