How to choose the best Crain 825 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw for you?
Threaded height adjustment with locks to hold the preset height. Solid aluminum ratchet handle. Lower RPM motor more torque, less dust 120 volts 8.15 amps. Undercuts walls, jambs, corners and most toe-spaces. Includes carbide blade, masonry blade, carrying case
Do you know what is the superiority of this Crain 825 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw?
This saw has a larger 6 diameter blade that can undercut doors in place, and comes with a masonry blade for undercutting hearths. A diamond blade No. 822 is available for undercutting tile and stone. Other enhanced features include a more powerful, lower RPM motor that throws less dust, dust control port, threaded rod height adjustment that will not slip and rugged aluminum ratchet handle. Undercuts most everywhere including inside corners. Comes with case, blade wrench and instructions.
Customer reviewsJamb saws save a lot of time.
Excellent saw It did everything it was advertised to do. Once you have it adjusted for the height that you need it worked flawlessly. The only problem I had with it was my fault. I never checked to make sure that the blade was securely tightened. It wasn t and it came loose while undercutting one of the door jambs. It tore up the jamb molding enough that I had to replace the molding. But after that I had no problems undercutting the eight doors so that I could put my 3 4 hardwood flooring down. I connected my shop vacuum to the saw and it picked up most of the saw dust. A nice feature. So if you purchase one, double check that your blade is tight. And then you should be all set.