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Rated 4 out of 5Â by Angie Old School Washer - A GOOD Thing!
I do not like the newer energy saver models (especially front loaders) which basically force you to do a near dry wash. Besides, the energy you save is a ridiculous low amount per year. I also refuse to buy models with electronic controls, which are much more likely to fail after a few years. This model has knobs with just enough choices, including an option for extra rinse/extra spin, which I use for every wash. It also has a huge SS tub, which is great. The only drawback is the load size indicator. Basically, if you want the water lever to cover your clothes, never use the small and medium settings, and replace large, extra large, jumbo with small, medium, large respectively (which is what they are). Other than that, great machine.
September 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by teejay nice sheet rock saw
This product is good it has layered teeth which helps with cutting into sheet rock it's very sharp the only thing about sheet rock saws I can never find a double edge blade anymore.
March 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Zuryn Best. Jabsaw. Ever.
A fantastic jabsaw! An able-bodied worker can punch this through drywall in one shot, and even with low pressure on the gypsum, tears through it quickly and cleanly with no paper tearing. While a pocketknife saw will get you through a small one-cut project, anything beyond this demands a proper saw like this one.
January 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Raven Good comfortable grip with sharp teeth
Used to cut through 5/8" mold resistant drywall and worked like a champ. The teeth are sharp, cut easily and clears easily. Grip is nice and comfortable. Good for cutting in electrical boxes and doing small drywall repair work. Balance and weight are good. The yellow on the handle makes it easy to find. Have found Dewalt tools to be very reliable and this one looks as though it will be as well for a good long time.
November 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tvs75 Great For Sore Hands
This saw is just like any other jabsaw, except for one thing -- it has a super relaxed fit. It fits nicely and deeply into my palm and I don't know what to really call the rubber surface area anything but that, but it has an excellent grip and feel to it. It is sharp. I used it on a small tree limb. The regular pruning saw I was using just did not have the maneuverability that I wanted. This did the trick!
October 17, 2013