Omni Dual Saw As Seen On TV
If you have ever done any type of woodworking in your home of or office, chances are you have experienced wood chipping, saw kickbacks, and all around rough cuts. Certain types of wood cost more than others, and thin paneling is a type of wood that is easy to chip. You can try to hide the chipping, but in your mind it will always be there, and it will look terrible.
Another problem I have had with circular saws is the splintering they do on PVC pipe. When you are using this pipe to deliver water from one place to another, cracks, holes, and debris inside the pipe is just something that cannot be allowed.
When a saw kicks back, you immediately stop the saw, line it up again, and restart your cut. I never seem to be able to find the same line and I usually have to just start over, which is a waste of wood, pipe, or whatever it is I am cutting.
A rough cut is fine if I am using a chainsaw for firewood, but I don’t like it much if I am installing a piece of wood in my house. A rough cut can leave a gap, especially if you are lining one piece of wood up with another one.
Thankfully, wood chipping, kickbacks, and rough cuts are a thing of the past with the new Omni Dual Saw. The Omni Dual Saw has twin blades placed close together, and they rotate in opposite directions. The twin blade action allows for smoother and more accurate cuts, and everyone knows the less wood and pipe you waste, the more money you will save.
This amazing hand held saw will cut through almost anything, including the very tough steel rods that are used in concrete work. You could use this saw to cut through aluminum siding, and then use it to get a precision cut through the center of an orange without missing a beat.
The Omni Dual Saw is also light weight, and it doesn’t vibrate your hands as much as other saws do. If you have never done any power sawing in your life, you will still get precision accurate cuts from this amazing device. The only drawback would be you will find if hard to use another band of saw if you ever find yourself in a position where you have to.
The Dual Saw isn’t for everyone. It’s for people who take pride in their woodworking and want the best equipment possible to get the job done the right way the first time.