|Item Weight||9.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.7 x 9.2 x 3.7 inches|
|Item model number||06923|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Goods manufactured by Greenlee Textron will be free from defects in workmanship and material for a period of one year from the date of user purchase, provided such goods are installed, operated, used and maintained in accordance with Greenlee's written instructions.|
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Greenlee 06923 Quick Cutter Adjustable Recessed Hole Saw
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- Adjustable in 1/2-Inch increments for cuts of 2-1/2-Inch to 7-Inch
- Quickest, most affordable way to cut perfect holes in ceiling tile
- Cuts clean, precise holes that ensure no light leakage or poor-fitting installations
- Self-sharpening, carbide-sprayed cutting tips can cut dozens of holes in very abrasive materials and still stay sharp
- Dedicated arbor and pilot drill eliminates changeover time
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I saved all of the cutouts and will post a picture of a stack of them showing how well each one was cut.
Best hole cutter for holes in a ceiling you care about is one of the Hole Pro hole cutters with their shields that don't spin and catch 100% of the dust.
Hole Pro X-230 Kit: 1-7/8" to 9" and all fractional sizes in between. Infinitely Adjustable Cutter with Twin Tungsten Carbide Blades needs ¼ drill power of a hole saw to quickly cut Plywood Sheetrock Plaster Fiberglass OSB Plastic MDF Hardie Board
The Hole Pro paid for itself the first time I used it with the time saved and not having a mess to clean up was a very nice bonus.
A friend that does pro installs said he had the same problems when he needed a quickie replacement for his pro kit that got stolen.
Some Green Lee products are inexpensive and work decently. Many of their products really do not. I think this company makes the "baby's first" type kits and tools. You know...guys fresh out of tech school that need equipment but cannot afford the quality stuff. Tool by tool, they replacement this junk with better brand names as the pay checks roll in.
For the consumer/home owner/DIYer, these items typically will be affordable and get you through the job but do not expect them to be intact when you are done.
Green Lee = disposable.
I have to say, I have only used them on ceiling tiles not on drywall. Basically you find the center of your tile or whatever you want to cut, then set up the drill on low speed and pressed gradually to make a slightly mark on the tile, I didn't go fully on the trigger and gradually pushed the hole saw. It made a perfect hole compared to using a drywall saw or knife.
My advice is to start your hole slow and make sure your blades are sharp if you are making several cuts, specially on drywall
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this to cut holes in drop ceiling acoustic panels, but the holes were too ragged to use. I could have made cleaner holes with a weed wacker.Published 17 months ago by ScottA
Purchased it at a local improvement store. Cut a couple practice holes in sheetrock and decided to return it. I certainly would not recommend that others purchase this P.O.SPublished 18 months ago by Theresa L. Cochrane
I had 10 cans to put in the ceiling, and tried this tool first. Instructions are very poor, but when I tried it, it did make a decent hole. Read morePublished on March 14, 2012 by Coro
Bought it some years back (at HD?), just used it:
1. Very short detent pins fit into dimples, providing 1/2" diameter adjustment increments. Read more
Forget this item it is a waste of money. I ruined more ceiling tiles with this because it slips and does not cut a round hole it moves around causing a bad cut and also scraped... Read morePublished on May 24, 2010 by Raymond Knapp