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Daredevil Recessed Lighting Hole Saw Testers Needed

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  • #344170

    sergey061478
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    i did look effortless…wish i had one myself

    #344675

    rylim
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    Missouri City, Texas

    What attracted my attention in the first video is the Makita Hammer Drill with long auxiliary handle :)

    The bits weren’t quite as aggressive as I expected, but you definitely want a side handle with any hole saw of this size.

    Which bit you are more prefer ?

    #344856

    Anonymous

    Which bit you are more prefer ?

    The Daredevils were lightning quick through drywall, and the strapping behind it, and also some plywood I tried them on. I like them a lot, though I probably would choose a standard bi-metal hole saw for large holes through finish wood. That may change though, as I get more time on them.

    #344872

    jponto07
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    Bloomington, IN

    Which bit you are more prefer ?

    The Daredevils were lightning quick through drywall, and the strapping behind it, and also some plywood I tried them on. I like them a lot, though I probably would choose a standard bi-metal hole saw for large holes through finish wood. That may change though, as I get more time on them.

    I agree with that. They cut everything in their path very quickly. The trade off is a less than perfect cut quality. While it is very good, and the hole is adequately clean, it’s not good enough to be visible. Most of the time, something will cover the actual cut, but if it were to remain visible, a regular bi-metal saw might be a cleaner choice.

    Jon P.
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    #344891

    TonyG
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    Colorado Springs, CO

    I am still waiting to try them on lathe and plaster. If anyone else gets the chance before I do I am really interested in the feedback.

    #345082

    sergey061478
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    Unfortunatelly, i do not have this hole saw. But i am very interested in getting it. additional reviews woul be very helpful.

    #345088

    jponto07
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    Bloomington, IN

    Unfortunatelly, i do not have this hole saw. But i am very interested in getting it. additional reviews woul be very helpful.

    @sergey061478

    These hole saws are not available for purchase at this time. A few of us were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to test them out and provide feedback to Bosch and BTP. Based solely upon my experience de witht them, I’d say they will likely come to market at some point. I’ve been impressed witht them.

    Jon P.
    Timber Carpentry & Construction
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    #345193

    sergey061478
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    Unfortunatelly, i do not have this hole saw. But i am very interested in getting it. additional reviews woul be very helpful.

    @sergey061478

    These hole saws are not available for purchase at this time. A few of us were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to test them out and provide feedback to Bosch and BTP. Based solely upon my experience de witht them, I’d say they will likely come to market at some point. I’ve been impressed witht them.

    Thanks for your reply. Can’t wait to see this hole saw in stores.

    #345419

    rylim
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    Missouri City, Texas

    Which bit you are more prefer ?

    The Daredevils were lightning quick through drywall, and the strapping behind it, and also some plywood I tried them on. I like them a lot, though I probably would choose a standard bi-metal hole saw for large holes through finish wood. That may change though, as I get more time on them.

    I must have forgotten this hole saw is for speed ( daredevil ) instead of finish

    #345422

    Anonymous

    I must have forgotten this hole saw is for speed ( daredevil ) instead of finish

    Yeah, just like the Daredevil spades, very fast and aggressive.

    #345577

    sergey061478
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    I must have forgotten this hole saw is for speed ( daredevil ) instead of finish

    Yeah, just like the Daredevil spades, very fast and aggressive.

    Thanks for the info. This makes me want to get this holesaw even more. I use dare devil spade drill bits, and I like them very much.

    #351168

    jponto07
    Moderator
    Bloomington, IN

    It looks like more of these saws are surfacing! I came across this video by Tools In Action.

    Jon P.
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    #351212

    rylim
    Pro
    Missouri City, Texas

    It looks like more of these saws are surfacing! I came across this video by Tools In Action.

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    Thanks for posting the video

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