The QUADSAW comes with a set of 6 blades which are interchangeable. Within seconds, easily switch between single and double socket sizes.
PERFECT HOLE EVERY TIME
The UK Model QUADSAW cuts holes to the standard size of single (75mm x 75mm) and double (75mm x 135mm) UK sockets. Other QUADSAW models are being developed for other territories and they will fit the popular electric and data socket sizes. If you are not sure please contact us.
INTERCHANGEABLE BETWEEN POWER DRILLS
The QUADSAW accepts a universal 13mm chuck and can be used with any power or battery drill which has a No Load Speed of 2,000 RPM or greater. The QUADSAW does not operate with a hammer or percussion function, only drill/driver.
The in-built spirit level helps you cut level. The pilot drill centralises and stabilises the QUADSAW.
VERSATILITY AND FLEXIBILITY
We are currently developing blades to cut through other materials, including, wood, brick and ceramic.
The QUADSAW cuts to a prescribed depth. This means that the unique QUADSAW blades greatly reduce the risk of cutting wires or pipes behind the cut surface. A pad saw is more likely to cut hidden wires and pipes.
Because the QUADSAW cuts cleanly and accurately it is possible to fit light switches and sockets that fit flush with the wall, avoiding the need for a fittings that sit proud of the wall. No need to hide your mess anymore.
NO MAKING GOOD OR SNAGGING
The QUADSAW cuts cleanly and accurately avoiding making good and snagging, thereby saving time and money.
Every QUADSAW is made in the UK and tested to ensure perfect results. Pre-order now to ensure that you will be one of the first to receive the QUADSAW.Read more
Market research has shown that it takes around five minutes for an electrician to mark up and cut a square hole socket for a plug (including making good). With 250,000 electricians in the UK cutting around three holes each working day, there are almost 200 million square holes cut each year (based on 256 working days).
If all of them were using QUADSAW this would save approx 16 million hours in work. Building companies would save approx £320 million a year (based on average worker pay of £20/hr) in the UK alone and more globally.
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