You can switch between three speeds with this rechargeable electric saw. The saw spins its blade at 13,000, 17,000, or 20,000 oscillations per minute.
Featuring a motor that runs at 26,000 revolutions per minute, this drywall saw cuts holes quickly. Despite its power, it’s lightweight and compact.
This manually operated saw features a slightly curved, narrow-toothed blade for making detailed cuts. The seven-inch blade sports six teeth per inch.
This small drywall saw has a 5.2-inch toothed blade that folds down when you’re not using it. When you do need it, the blade locks in place at 125 or 180 degrees.
You can use this saw with a drill to cut holes that are eight inches across and 1.2 inches deep. In addition to drywall, it can also cut plywood, plastic, and thin metal.