Can anyone please provide power/life technical guidance on the capabilities of the cordless circular saw and cordless reciprocating saw vs corded versions? I know cordless have much less power/life than corded, but would love to see quantified specs. i'm not a contractor or pro, and am only going to buy one tool of each. E.g. if the reciprocating saw was really only good for cutting dry wall or can it also do 10 or 20 2x4s as well?
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cordless vs corded