[nfb-talk] Question about tools

Bryan Schulz b.schulz at sbcglobal.net
Sat Jan 26 23:11:22 UTC 2019


I don't know about Makita other than my dad had a drill that lasted about 20 years.
I bought a refirb dewalt drill from the online outlet about two years ago and it is just like the one sold at the stores and saved $100!
It has good power/torque, came with two batteries and only takes one hour to charge them again.

If you buy the Makita saw, see how easy it will be to change the blade and check to see what other tools will use that battery design.

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Subject: [nfb-talk] Question about tools

Hi friends,

I am really hoping someone can help me out or point me in the right direction as far as where to best get information and ask questions on this. 
I am thinking about getting a basic circular saw for small projects. I have pretty minor familiarity with power tools but a little bit though. Although I don’t know that I’ve ever used a circular saw. I am looking at this one in particular: 
Makita XSS01Z 18-volt LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Circular Saw, 6-1/2-Inch.
It seems like a good one for beginners. I’d like some feedback from more experienced users and then some advice on non-visuals techniques or adaptations for using this type of saw. 
If you have thoughts or experience with this, please let me know, or if you know someone or know of a good place to ask these questions, please let me know. 

Thanks as always,
Anna E Givens
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