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Re: Black Decker 20V
« Reply #30 on: February 26, 2019, 07:43:28 am »
Arrived yesterday and went out for a few mins to let her try it out to see. The cold windchill stopped us in about 5-10mins,  but she loves it.    

Will work great for her needs

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Re: Black Decker 20V
« Reply #31 on: May 12, 2020, 01:59:52 pm »
Had a idea to put those 20 volt battery to work even more.  New pruner set up for wife.    Got 2 more batts and 3 more tools and 1 of those for me.  1/4" impact driver.

Used the above 20v pole saw myself other day. Sweet. 


Impressed. Cuts are so clean on the fruit trees etc.

Blades I decided on cut both ways.
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Re: Black Decker 20V
« Reply #32 on: May 12, 2020, 03:12:33 pm »
I have used those pruning style blades extensively, especially in tight, lilac hedges, etc.  The limited stroke length, and the narrow profile of the recip saw, make access easy in restricted places.  Yours also look to have induction hardened teeth.  I like them a lot.

FBut for cutting roots in the dirt I use basic, coarse tooth (e.g. 6 teeth per inch) woodworking blades, including some of the cheaper brands, since that is somewhat 'sacrificial'.

For disaster clean up, where a lot of building debris and tree materials are intermixed, I have used a carbide tipped, 'demolition' blade for cutting both building materials (metal roofing, studs, sheathing, occasional nails, etc.) and limbs up to 8 inches in diameter with a cordless recip saw.

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