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The VPX1301X is powered by Black & Decker's convenient VPX Battery System.
The VPX1301X tears through stray branches, plywood, and even tougher materials like slim metal piping.
Although the cut saw is powerful enough to tackle heavy-duty projects, it's also maneuverable enough to address smaller, more fragile items like wood dowels or drywall.
With its versatile design and Black & Decker exclusive technology, a VPX battery is interchangeable with all the products in Black & Decker's growing VPX line. Swap out one battery for the flashlight, inflator, screwdriver, USB power source, cut saw, or 7-volt drill driver; or double the juice with two batteries to operate the 14-volt drill driver or the hand vac. And of course, every VXP battery and compatible product features the rugged, dependable construction you expect from an industry leader in home power tools.
About the Black & Decker VPX Cordless Cut Saw
Zip through all kinds of cutting jobs with the new 7-volt VPX cut saw from Black & Decker. This durable saw tool is just one more great offering from the revolutionary new VPX interchangeable lithium-ion battery system. Once you get started with the VPX system, it's easy to expand with other power tools, household devices, and electronic products like this one.
Power saws can be intimidating, bulky and noisy; and traditional handsaws can be tiring and inaccurate. Neither saw is versatile enough for everyday cutting around the home, but the VPX1301X combines power and a compact design in a lightweight cordless tool. Truly a grab-and-go item, the cut saw is ideal for quick cuts into baseboard, 1-inch pine, PVC, and more. In fact, the VPX1301X cuts almost anything, anywhere, anytime. The cut saw is powered by a single 7-volt VPX battery. Both the battery and the charger are included, and they are interchangeable with other VPX products.
Key Technical Specs:
This VPX product is covered by a two-year warranty from Black & Decker.
What's in the box:
Black & Decker cordless cut saw, two standard jig saw blades, one 7-volt VPX battery, and charger.
Black & Decker's Focus on Performance
Black & Decker is a global marketer and manufacturer of quality products used in and around the home, and it also serves as a major supplier of information systems and services to government and commercial clients worldwide. With products marketed in over 100 countries, Black & Decker holds leading market shares in a variety of industries, and it frequently adds new product lines to its family of power tools, cleaning tools, outdoor power equipment, laser products and more.
Are you sick and tired of trying to hunt thru your husband's tools to find something you need to do a project at home? Boy I sure was! Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by Jeanne Molamphy
I bought this saw for trimming branches in my yard and it just doesn't do the trick! No power at all, it ended up being easier to go get the nippers to do the job. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by itsnic
I've owned this cut saw and the rest of the starter set for over 4 years. It's small enough to fit tight places and the battery has given me a bunch of run-time. Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by T
I use all the VPX tools extensively, but the cut saw is used the least. Basically the visibility is poor while cutting and I usually switch to another tool to do the job.Published on November 9, 2011 by H. Carpenter
This is a nice little cordless unit for "occasional general purpose small jobs", so 4 stars for what it is. Read morePublished on December 22, 2010 by Lantana Al
I got this saw to cut out the area to install a ceiling fan. It worked... but I wouldn't buy it again. It's kinda cheap feeling I would have rather got a real saw. Read morePublished on December 11, 2010 by Molly Perry
1st, I love the BD VPX lineup and battery tech but this unit is just a terrible product.
I tried cutting small wood panels about a 1/4 inch thick and this unit cannot... Read more
This is a good tool, but it's not for heavy duty jobs. I've used it to cut boxes, pvc, drain hoses, small patches of dry wall, small branches etc. Read morePublished on April 25, 2010 by Joe Steigerwald