If it was just a little larger on the capictiy, I would love it. I just had a fight with my Ridgit ratchet cutter demoing old 2.5" chlorine lines that tended to shatter rather than cut. Chlorine+skin=bad.
whats funny is the managers in ricks area know to install guards on all tools
just left hd and no guards in ohio--must figure with ridge around the corner the ohio plumbers know what they are doing
another option is dewalt's cordless angle grinder with a cutting blade.
Buy cheap, buy twice.
I wish they had these when we were doing hundreds of cuts a day in production venting.
The chop saw in the eighties ended up being to slow do to the miles walked per footage.
I still use the skilsaw when topping out but the deburring step,no matter how minor,is still a step eliminated with this new uncorded tool.
I'd own one if I was in production tract/residential.
How many cuts will it take to kill the blade I know cutting p.v.c. with poly cutters will kill the blade in no time and I bet these blades are a good bit. I saw this tool at ferguson's the other day well an ad for it on display and it says "one charge will cut x amount of pipes" and how many times did they change the blade?
Last edited by Marklar89; 12-04-2009 at 12:18 AM.
here is the real deal and it will do more than p.v.c. and it is only $70.00