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Magnusson 6" Universal Jab saw, 24 TPI
- 150 mm Steel blade
- Handle type - Soft-grip
- Suitable for - Drywall
- Double ground hard point teeth
Features and benefits
- Double bladed jabsaw for metal framework, plasterboard and drywall
- Soft grip handle ensures comfort and support
- Offers locking mechanism and features two different blades
- Suitable for Drywall
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Blade length (imperial)||6"|
|Colour||Black & orange|
|Teeth per inch||24|
JA7654321 - 4 months ago
The saw managed to cut about 500mm of plaster board before the saw came out. The corse blade i was using no longer folds in. Complete waste of time and money.
An essential bit of kit, IMHO...
ivanlc73 - 5 months ago
The other reviewer mentioned that one of the blades snapped prematurely; not being one to denigrate others unnecessarily, but he complained that one of the blades snapped on its second use; things break sometimes because that *single* implementation of the item was defective; decrying the *entire product line* due to a single faulty copy of said product is highly misleading and not very helpful in a review...
On the flip side, I've had one of these nifty keyhole saws for a good few years now.
Annoyingly, I misplaced it at some point, so I just picked up another from B&Q.
I have another keyhole saw that I acquired before this one; it's by Stanley, but the teeth are just far too large/coarse to use conveniently most of the time.
The Magnusson, however, is the very definition of perfection; fine blade for delicate sawing and a coarse one for "less subtle" work...
An *essential* bit of kit, IMHO...!!
Broke almost immediately
LTurner - 1 year ago
Locking mechanism on one side snapped on second use. One of the two blades is now useless.