Parkside Cordless Sabre Saw PSSA 20-Li A1 Bare Unit Only No Battery or Charger Provided Comes in Case with 1x Swiss Made Wood Saw Blade
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This saw makes light work of sawing through dead trees up to a certain size and the 2 amp batteries seem to last long enough to clear a good few fallen trees and branches that have become obstacles along the woodland paths before they run out of juice. yes definately looks to me like your pushing the body unevenly causing extra pressure on the nose your support should be mostly down and gentle forward pressure where as it looks like mostly forward and little down The reason why there was a metal cutting blade fitted is when I boarded my loft out, I fitted the loftzone kit ontop of the rafters to raise the height up 200mm. The kit comes with steel channels to connect the plastic legs too.
I would like to warn anybody that was thinking of buying a Parkside reciprocating saw that they are not worth it at any price. Equipped with a powerful motor, the Parkside PSSA 20-Li A1 delivers efficient and precise cutting results. It is designed to cut through different materials, including wood and plastic, with ease. The saw also features adjustable cutting angles, allowing users to achieve the desired cutting depth and angle for their specific project.Parkside Jigsaw Variable Speed 730W New In Case never been used have plugged in to mains to test and works fine, also a powerful machine with spare blade and parallel guide.
Now, I had bought it for doing odd electrical tray work, although I'm no spark, we do abit of install work of new equipment from time to time and for occasional use was perfect. Strong, robust, well made saw, put in the right blade for the job at hand and it cuts through cleanly. Recommended.I'm not annoyed its bent, I'm more annoyed it didn't live up to the build quality of the other cordless tools I have which are generally good for moderate use. Anyway, I've been boarding the loft out with the loftzone kit and although I didn't buy it specifically for that purpose, I thought I'd give it a trial run on how it cut the cross members (which for people that aren't familiar with the kits, are around 1metre long pieces of 80mm wide steel U shaped cable trunking) where needed.