This post about the Dewalt Atomic reciprocating saw is sponsored by The Home Depot. Join me in learning about this cordless, one-handed reciprocating saw and it’s various features.
A tool review of the Dewalt Atomic cordless reciprocating saw. A compact, variable speed brushless reciprocating saw for household jobs.
I cannot express the number of times I reach for a reciprocating saw when tackling basic household repair jobs. It seems every little project is made easier with a reciprocating saw and this cordless, lightweight Dewalt version is definitely earning its keep.
Reciprocating Saw Features:
- compact size measures less than 13″ long
- LED light for visibility
- quick blade release for easy blade changes
- pivoting shoe
Naturally this time of year we’re putting up a real Christmas tree and that calls for a bit of branch trimming. I grabbed the Dewalt reciprocating saw and quickly removed a few of the low hanging branches to make space for more gifts of course! Having the LED light really helped in this situation so I could see the correct branch to trim. You definitely don’t want to clip the wrong branch!
I also used the saw to trim the metal portion of a door seal for my shed shop. In the package you will receive two blades: one for wood and one for metal. With the easy tool free blade release I swapped out the blades in no time to switch up jobs. Checking off that to do list in record time.
It’s your lucky day because I’m giving away a reciprocating saw to one lucky reader. Head over to my Instagram page here to enter. The Dewalt Atomic 20 Volt MAX brushless compact reciprocating saw package includes the saw, a belt clip and two blades and is available at The Home Depot here.
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