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SPEARE TOOLS AB 1610 Adjustable Speaker-Cutter Hole Saw

2.6 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

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  • Fits A 3/8" Drill Chuck¿& Can Be Used With Cordless Drills
  • Self-Sharpening Carbide-Coated Cutting Blades For Long Life
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Product Description

SPEARE TOOLS AB 1610 Adjustable Speaker-Cutter Hole Saw Cuts round holes from 6 1/4"10 3/8" in drywall and ceiling tile with no mess when using the clear, flexible dust shield. It fits a 3/8" drill chuckand can be used with cordless drills. The self-sharpening carbide-coated cutting blades for long life. Drill not included

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Technical Details

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
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description THIRTY DAYS

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ASIN B000ETAN36
Customer Reviews
2.6 out of 5 stars 29 customer reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #42,377 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#44 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories > Power Drill Parts & Accessories > Hole Saws & Accessories > Hole Saws
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available September 14, 2004

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The blades on this saw aren't really blades... they're more like a jagged tin can, which is great for cutting your hand on, but miserable when it comes to cutting drywall. The dust shield is a joke (a plastic drip tray you can probably buy at your local hardware store for $.25 with a hole in the middle). When I was cutting larger holes the tray vibrates all of the dust out. Also, the cutting wheels are so dull that it fried my Bosch Drill, which has been through quite a bit. I never thought I'd lose it to a piece of 5/8" drywall. I would recommend the holepro. It costs about 4 times as much, but four of these saws won't get you much more out of them than the $.25 refund you can get for recycling it as scrap metal.
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This product is horrible. I bought one, proceeded up into my attic to cut some holes for some can lights I was putting in.. Laying on my belly across like 3-4 rafters and this thing just kept jamming on me.. Didn't seem to matter how perfectly perpendicular I held it, it just kept getting stuck.. It wouldn't even go all the way through, I ended up using the blades to puncture the last little bit, turn the blade a bit and puncture, turn the blade and puncture... HORRIBLE!!! I cut 3 holes with it before i gave up and went back to my old fashioned gun drywall saw...

LOOK AWAY NOW!!! WHILE YOU STILL CAN!!!
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This tool appears to be identical to one marketed by Greenlee as the "Quick Cutter Recessed Lighting Hole Saw" which is what I actually used. I've used it on gypsum board and 1/4" Hardee Backer to cut holes for can lights and electrical boxes. Based on other reviews, I would have liked to have purchased the Hole Pro but couldn't justify the cost.

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.
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This thing just doesn't work, and furthermore will, more than likely, hurt you. It doesn't really cut, and it catches constantly, resulting in all the torque being tranmsitted to your wrist -- if you're not careful it could conceivably break your wrist or arm. When it catches it screws up the adjustment on the blades, resulting in an incorrect diameter hole, assuming you're able to get through the drywall eventually, so you can't even use it to scribe a good circle for your jab saw. Save your arms, wrists, and money and don't buy this piece of junk.
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Not apparent from the picture but the shield spins around along with the hole cutter which is made of two pieces of steel that are bent at the ends and a thin layer of carbide grit added. More dust is spread all around the room then using either a rotozip or a hand saw or even an electric reciprocating saw. The blades are not going to cut through the wood or metal lath with a plaster ceiling or through a tongue and groove wood ceiling. No way to limit the cutting depth to avoid cutting into a pipe or wire.

It is the kind of tool I would gift to someone I strongly disliked - anonymously.
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If you make a hole smaller then the max size the overhang damages the face. If you cut the back side the face blows out when you pop thru.
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Works really well for such a cheap saw!

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.
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didn't work worth a flip. I do this sort of thing all of the time and hoped this would make things easier. It actually made them more difficult
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