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QEP

Model 10096Q

Internet #100546955

Store SKU #428828

Undercut and Jamb Saw with High Carbon-Steel Blade

$19.97 /each

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The QEP 12 in. Undercut and Jamb Saw is designed to operate parallel and next to the floor. This manual saw is used for undercutting door jambs and baseboards and features a high-carbon steel blade that provides long-lasting durability in an efficient trapezoid shape. For ease of use, the ergonomic handle design offers comfort even during the toughest tasks.

  • Designed for undercutting door jambs and other obstacles during flooring installations
  • High-carbon steel blade for durability
  • Aggressive 1-point tooth pattern to handle tough tasks
  • Efficient trapezoid shape ensures ease of use
  • Extra large, rubberized handle and ergonomic design offer additional comfort

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can this saw cut through nails and screws

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bill
va beach, va
February 12, 2013
i would like a jam saw that will cut through nails or screws or a blade that will
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November 10, 2015
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No, it hangs on those. But it usually isn't an issue. When I've run into these they have generally been staples. You break off the piece of wood you've cut up to the staple with a pliers, grab the staple with the pliers, and pull out the staple by rotating the pliers under the jamb. For thicker nails I imagine you could easily get a 5$ hack saw or coping saw to cut the metal, and then off you go again Read More
No, it hangs on those. But it usually isn't an issue. When I've run into these they have generally been staples. You break off the piece of wood you've cut up to the staple with a pliers, grab the staple with the pliers, and pull out the staple by rotating the pliers under the jamb. For thicker nails I imagine you could easily get a 5$ hack saw or coping saw to cut the metal, and then off you go again with the saw. It is not as fast as the power tool of course, but a lot cheaper and one less electrical gadget that sits around after its one-time use. Read Less
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October 29, 2013
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No I came across some nails and it would not cut through then this saw didn't
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February 13, 2013
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Bill,
The Undercut Saw for Door Jambs with 12 in. High Carbon-Steel Blade is not designed to cut through nails and screws, I would recommend our Roberts 10-55 Jamb Saw with a masonry blade. I hope this helps, should you have any further questions please feel free to call our QEP/Roberts Customer Service at (866) 435-8665. Thank you for choosing QEP!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great tool This saw is slot easier to use then a regular saw for jambs. Highly recommend. July 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Right tool for the job! This is no doubt the right tool for cutting the bottom of door jamb for flooring installation. I had 18 door jambs to cut; and this saw made the job much easier and well worth the cost. I tried to cut the first door jamb with a regular saw by bending the blade (while waiting for this saw to arrive), while it's doable, it was much more difficult cutting with one hand pushing down on the saw blade to make a flat cut. With this saw you can push/pull the saw with both hands (much less tiring). One suggestion for possible improvement: The saw tooth is a bit too coarse; while the cut is fast, it is a bit on the rough side with places the wood breaks out as you pull on the saw, especially around the corners. However this is a minor issue. May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by does what it is supposed to do manual jamb saw, saves the high price of a power tool. Have cut 8 jambs so far, and no issues. Doesn't cut through nails, or staples, but those are easy enough to remove once you run into them. Teeth still seem sharp enough to not chew up the boards. Not as precise in cramped spaces, but I'm happy with it. If I did this for a living I'd want a power tool, but this is perfect for occasional use. November 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by undercut saw When making a cut allowing for difference in floor height after install of new flooring (I.e., ceramic, laminate, etc.) this saw was exactly the right tool for adjusting door jambs. April 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Heavy, close cut, nice double sided saw I have a different saw that flips back and forth to make cuts on both sides. Having a double blade so it is ready to go all the time is a plus. It has good ground clearance for your fingers while you are making cuts. December 23, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by it was good This is a good tool to have the teeth stay sharp for a long it was very helpful to me October 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice Tool This saw cuts both ways and seems to glide thru the door jamb I had to cut. This is probably a better alternative to a jamb saw that I rented on the last project. February 14, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Saw Great saw. I found it works quite well just make sure that you do not hit any nails in the jam with it. It will dull the blade quickly. December 13, 2010
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