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  • #16
    Codlees saws are good for light work. I am a carpenter, and I won't own a cordless sawsall. They just don't have the life in the battery needed to get some jobs done. Our department bought a cordless saw, that we have yet to use. I'll let you know how we like it when we do!!
    Perry

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    • #17
      Cordless works (until the battery goes dead!) We carry 2, one corded (milwaukee super sawzall) and one 24v (dewalt - with corded pack as backup). We use them quite often. The cordless dewalt will get you through wide "c" posts in a fraction of the time hydraulic cutters can, with power to spare. The main reason for cordless is in some mva's and collaspe situations you just don't have enough "time" "cord" or "space" to fumble mess with a cord. Remember cordless is great but an extra battery pack is planning ahead!

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