Clarke Crocodile Saw Arrives For Review
We've had our eye on this crazy little thing since we first heard about it earlier this year. It's a little circular saw that dresses like an angle grinder and has the strength to cut through metal, ceramic, wood, and stone.
The kit comes with the saw, a variety of blades, a carrying case, a level, and a few other saw accessories. Out of the box it looks compact, but has a nice heft to it, indicating the possibility of a really quality tool.
The Croc Saw sells for about $100. If it's what we hope it is, that's not a lot of money to pay. We're going to start putting it through the ringer tomorrow. More information about the tool is here (pdf).
Also, we've got a few other reviews in the pipeline; DAP's new quick drying caulk, Paslode's new roofing gun, and Bosch's little 12 Volt Max (which we've been seriously abusing lately). All these are coming up, so stay tuned.
Crocodile Saw at Amazon.com
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 19, 2008 5:20 AM