Model # 53731

Internet #203828012

Klein Tools Quick Cutter Adjustable Hole Saw
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Klein Tools

Quick Cutter Adjustable Hole Saw

  • Adjustable blades allows to cut holes from 2 - 7 in Dia
  • Suitable for use with 3/8 in and 1/2 in drill chucks
  • Ideal to cut cleaner holes in drywall and ceiling tiles
$20.67 /each
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The Adjustable Hole saw from Klein Tools quickly and smoothly cuts clean holes in drywall and ceiling tiles. Typical DIY and VDV applications include can lights, speaker holes and sprinkler systems. Blades adjust to cut holes from 2 in. to 7 in. in diameter.

  • Fits most 3/8 in. and 1/2 in. drill chucks
  • Precision blades stay sharp for durable life
  • Hex key included
  • Includes two dust shields to capture dust and debris

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Customer Questions & Answers

can i cut 3 7/8 holes

Asked by: bob
Yes, but you may need to be careful if the indentations don't line up for you. Putting electrical tape on each side should help the collars stay in place.
Answered by: Sparkybrent
Date published: 2017-02-28

Can it be used in existing hole for remodel. Going from 3" to 6" hole.

Asked by: www
No, unless you have a way to hold it steady without the centering bit you will have a hard time. If you have more than a couple to do you could make a centering jig out of plywood.
Answered by: Oldworkguy
Date published: 2016-12-28

Will it go through 1 inch drywall thickness? What is the max drywall thickness it will cut?

Asked by: Jeff
The blades are 1" long, but the pilot shaft will intrude on 7/16" of that. You could enlarge the pilot shaft to gain the full depth.
Answered by: Sparkybrent
Date published: 2017-02-28

Can the quick cut threw plastic vinyl

Asked by: Scottlaroc
These blades are made for very porous materials only, like sheetrock.
Answered by: Sparkybrent
Date published: 2017-02-28
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Customer Reviews

Quick Cutter Adjustable Hole Saw is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 87.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked well, as advertised, the tool cuts a nice clean round hole, and the included dust shield c... Worked well, as advertised, the tool cuts a nice clean round hole, and the included dust shield collects most of the resulting dust. HOWEVER, it must be noted that the product has width adjustment increments of 1/2" ONLY. Standard 6" old-work recessed lighting cans are somewhere between 6" and 6-1/2". Klein would be well advised to provide an intermediate increment for this very common application. As it stands, once the hole is cut, you have to enlarge the hole with a jab saw, mitigating the usefulness of the dust shield. Next time I will try a suggestion I saw elsewhere to carefully adjust the saw evenly to a non-detent position.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It does the job After doing a lot of research to get a saw for recessed lights, I bought this. First hole was a little mess, but then I figured out how it suppose to be done. Dont press hard when doing a hole, be very gentle and increase the pressure gradually and you will love the saw.
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money Terrible product. The idea sounds great but is extremely tempermental and ruined 2 out of 4 holes. I tried to start at a slow rpm but blades would grab and stop drill. Once you kick it up the drill bit starts to wander and your hole becomes bigger than planned. Also drill bit would dissengage from shield for no apparent reason. Don't buy this product.
Date published: 2016-10-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from it works, still makes a mess though. for $27 bucks I wish I had kept my money or spent more and ... it works, still makes a mess though. for $27 bucks I wish I had kept my money or spent more and got a sawzall or something that can serve other purposes. I was pleased for the first couple of uses then I started having issues with the blades and pilot bit getting loose (they are secured with a small set screw) and with the noise, dust and bin its pretty hard to tell something is going wrong. I finally just decided to chuck it when one of my blades went from 6in to the 7in mid use and created a hole too large. good idea, but between price and potential for issues I dont know if its really worth it.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The first one I purchase was easy to assemble and adjust. But after checking all set screws to ma... The first one I purchase was easy to assemble and adjust. But after checking all set screws to make sure they were tight and having my son to recheck, it cut the first hole perfect . On the second hole the set screw came out and made a mess. I went back to home depot and got help to replace the screw. found that the screw would stop on the edge. At this point I Purchased another one because work had stopped. This one worked very good. It cut very clean accurate holes With no mess. It was a bargain that saves time and labor.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this because HD was out of the 5" hole saw for recessed lighting cans. This the drill bi... I bought this because HD was out of the 5" hole saw for recessed lighting cans. This the drill bit broke-off on the second hole. Kind of ridiculous as it's simply going through drywall. Forget the plastic shield, it's pointless to even have that...cumbersome. I'll bet 99% of purchasers don't bother with that shield. The blades grind up your drywall pretty good and forget any thoughts of having a clean hole as you would see with the regular hole saws. Don't buy this, if you can avoid it!
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Have used these before and will always have one on my van. They capture debris from the hole, but... Have used these before and will always have one on my van. They capture debris from the hole, but a fair amount of dust still escapes on textured ceilings. The preset indentations will not work with a standard 6" recessed can, so constant tightening of blade collars is essential for a proper cut. I will probably make indentations of my own to fix this issue. These usually last me for about 2 years in my profession as an electrician before they wear out.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is such a great tool and awesome with containing the huge mess that drywall creates. The onl... This is such a great tool and awesome with containing the huge mess that drywall creates. The only warning is to measure the blade pin distance with a tape measure or ruler before tightening them down. It's easy to be off a little when using the numbers on the tool itself.
Date published: 2017-02-28
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