February 6, 2009

Bosch Releases New Recip Saw Blade, Simultaneously Releases Grip on Sanity

Bosch_Minerva.jpgIn an effort to appeal to sock monkeys worldwide, Bosch has included a 10" tall guitar (complete with strings and a stand) in the press kit for their new reciprocating saw blade, the Edge. Minerva (pictured) is thrilled with this development and has already figured out how to play "Sweet Home Alabama," "Slow Ride," and the intro to "Wish You Were Here." She is currently hard at work learning "Over the Hills and Far Away." Bosch's apparent madness is explained by the fact that they're actually giving away a larger, more functional version of the guitar in a drawing over at the website www.BoschEdge.com.

We're not sure who would want a guitar shaped like a reciprocating saw blade (see video below for a possible candidate), but we're looking forward to checking out the Edge. According to the non-guitar portion of the press kit, the blade has increased heat resistance, a tooth geometry that is patterned for 20% faster cutting, as well as a thicker body for straighter cuts.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 6, 2009 5:06 AM

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