Black & Decker VPX 7.2v Lithium Ion Cordless Cutsaw, Electric Saw that can through almost anything,£24.99 free delivery @ amazon uk, RRP £64.43 - HotUKDeals
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The cordless Black & Decker VPX1301X Cut Saw zips through all kinds of cutting jobs.

Traditional saws can be bulky and noisy and tend to be tiring and inaccurate.

The Black & Decker VPX1301X combines power and a compact design in a lightweight cordless tool. Truly a grab-and-go item, the cut saw is ideal for quick cuts into baseboard, 1-inch pine, PVC, and more. In fact, this Black & Decker saw cuts almost anything, anywhere, anytime.

The cut saw is powered by a single 7.2 volt VPX lithium battery.

You can take the VPX1301X outside to make short work of pruning, or trimming trees down to a more manageable size.

Use it to cut plastic pipe under the sink or to modify the fiberboard on the back of your entertainment centre to allow you to run cords out to your surround-sound speakers.

This saw even cuts shelving to make that perfect custom fit.
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1 Like #1
Useful, come the Zombie Apocalpse...
#2
Looks interesting, are the blades expensive?
#3
Great Deal just placed order.. this will be very handy for a job im just about to do.. good find :)
#4
Hi, I'm not into DIY but need something to cut the odd big pieces of wood to burn in the stove. Is that a laughable idea to get this tool? :oops:
banned#5
Jmax123
Great Deal just placed order.. this will be very handy for a job im just about to do.. good find :)


:-D personally i find it gets stuck halfway through the leg;-)
#6
seems to be this price at a couple of places according to google so no vote from me, also the item is now discontinued and that could be problematic for parts including blades
#7
Does this use regular jigsaw blades?
#8
7.2 v cut saw
Tool free blade change
1 port charger
[COLOR=red]Accepts standard jig saw blades[/COLOR]
7.2v VPX lithium battrery
Contains Blades blades Wood 10 TPI and Metal 14 TPI.
#9
Can you control the depth of cut on this item?:thinking:
1 Like #10
sunflower;7582762
Hi, I'm not into DIY but need something to cut the odd big pieces of wood to burn in the stove. Is that a laughable idea to get this tool? :oops:


Useless for logs and larger pieces of wood, sorry. It uses standard jigsaw blades which are far too short and will bend too easily.
#11
dafc;7583674
Can you control the depth of cut on this item?:thinking:


You'd use it similar to a normal jigsaw, therefore it would not be possible to control the depth.:thumbsup:
banned#12
Sounds interesting

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#13
garbage456

practice 1st though


On what? Bits of wood that you might later burn on the fire? :whistling:
#14
same price at gecko - its never £64 for year
#15
Can anyone explain what makes this better than a standard jigsaw?
#16
jamieukonline
Can anyone explain what makes this better than a standard jigsaw?


Just what I was thinking, infact it seems like it'd be harder to get an accurate/smooth cut
#17
thankshotdeals
same price at gecko - its never £64 for year


Doesn't that site just refer you to amazon?

According to black and decker's site the entire VPX line of tools is discontinued, so that's probably why it's cheaper, I think it's hot anyway.
#18
same price at tesco direct also
#19
will it cut through mild steel?
#20
leedale30
will it cut through mild steel?


comes with Metal 14 TPI blade so yes. :thumbsup:
Basically its a smaller cordless jigsaw.
#21
fitnessman
same price at tesco direct also


It's £5 more, because of the delivery charges.

Unless you select to have it delivered to a local store for you to pick it up.
#22
leedale30
will it cut through mild steel?


I wouldn't expect much from a 7.2 V battery powered jigsaw. A mains jigsaw struggles enough for me with steel.
#23
Voted hot - price is okay - does not matter if the item is a discon as it takes standard v or a jig blades. Not ideal for steel but a good backup to a corded jigsaw. 7.2V means it has not got the power but a bargain all the same - good find
#24
moreati
I wouldn't expect much from a 7.2 V battery powered jigsaw. A mains jigsaw struggles enough for me with steel.


Exactly, you really want to have at least 18v
#25
I got one of these a while ago before they had the removable battery, its ok for jobs in awkward places that you couldnt get a jig saw into.
I always found it to be under powered and didnt hold charge well but its been worth its weight,,, a time or two.
Would be ok if there were two batterys so you could keep one on charge whist using the other. ok for the money though and they will cut thin steel, just used new sharp blades.
#26
I have the 14v drill from this range and it is superb - puts my 24v cheapo ni-cad to shame. Only paid £35 from my local Dyas just before xmas. i would have posted but only was 2 instore to clear.

Considering buying this just for the spare battery - shame they don't have any of the 7v screwdriver from the range.
#27
this saw is crap it does not cut through anything and the charge does not last for very long.
the only thing i found it good for is cutting plasterboard.
#28
Thanks for the replies, garbage456 and merlinthehappypig! reps:thumbsup: on the way! Think I'll give it a miss though, as cutting logs would be the main job I'd want it to do...
#29
sunflower
Thanks for the replies, garbage456 and merlinthehappypig! reps:thumbsup: on the way! Think I'll give it a miss though, as cutting logs would be the main job I'd want it to do...


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