|Part Number||AB 1610|
|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.5 x 12.8 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||AB 1610|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||THIRTY DAYS|
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SPEARE TOOLS AB 1610 Adjustable Speaker-Cutter Hole Saw
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- Works With Visionmount¿ Tv & Component Wall Mounts To Easily & Safely Contain & Hide Cables & Wires
- Fits A 3/8" Drill Chuck¿& Can Be Used With Cordless Drills
- Self-Sharpening Carbide-Coated Cutting Blades For Long Life
- Drill Not Included
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LOOK AWAY NOW!!! WHILE YOU STILL CAN!!!
The unit worked fine for me but does require some experience and care. There was a problem with the blades grabbing initially, as described by others, but with some experience I found the problem to be operator error. Keep the blades spinning fast and only apply enough pressure to keep them in contact with the work. DON'T PUSH. Even the unsupported weight of the drill motor is too much when drilling downward. When used this way the tool remains properly centered on pilot bit and leaves a smooth hole. If you press the tool into the workpiece, it will grab, rip the material being cut, and potentially yank the drill motor out of your hands.
The dust collector is only useful for overhead work. It catches most of the cuttings but dust escapes. Still, it beats being showered with gypsum crumbs while working.
I've used the tool for dozens of holes and it is still working fine. It will cut a 6-1/2" hole for a can light in 30 seconds.
I only am giving a three-star rating because it does have the potential to hurt an operator that does not know how to use it. The manufacturer would be advised to include better operating instructions with the tool.
It is the kind of tool I would gift to someone I strongly disliked - anonymously.
I realize some people have had issues cutting holes correctly. Do NOT apply too much pressure. Let cut the dry board slowly. It makes it even easier if you set the torque of your drill about half way, just in case you apply too much pressure, it'll stop it from bouncing around. Also, the dust shield works for the most part. It catches a lot of dust but some does get through anyway.
I've cut open about 15 speaker holes now and I'm getting better at it every time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unless you just need to make three or four cuts... Buy something more expensive that will last.Published 2 months ago by Sarah/Chris Kitzke
This is a very dangerous tool. It should be removed from the market. The blades are not suitable for this type of work and end up jamming into the drywall and throwing the drill... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Stephen Cassens
Spring broke on the second hole and it did not do a very good job on the first hole.Published 8 months ago by Michael O.
be warned, im a auto tech so im used to power tools and cutting tools, this by far is very dangerous, also the dust cap doesnt catch really anything, be very careful with this,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Will S
For price product performs. It does have a hard time if you hit a drywall joint, but the shape is already marked for a saw to cut.Published 11 months ago by av guys
I needed to create speaker holes in my drywall, this worked for me and i got it done, but make no mistake the dust collector portion is not very functional and debris will go... Read morePublished 12 months ago by iambobisme