"I bought this little tool to cut some plaster board which it did perfectly. I have used it in the garden for cutting off branches and its fantastic and today I have used it to cut a hole in a kitchen top to fit a sink. This tool is still like new its fantastic well done Irwin love it and if you buy one you will too. Very highly recommended."
"Very good plasterboard saw, cuts very well and doesn't damage/tear plaster/wallpaper around the edge of cut too much. Blade is very sharp so you can push through easily. Cut's through wood very well also."
"As mentioned before, this is an excellent jabsaw let down by the fact it doesn't come with a sheath. Be very careful where you put it, certainly not loose in your tool box. So important I thought I would reiterate the fact.
I used it to cut holes in ceilings and it performed the job very well, with a good grip."
"If you are knocking the saw into plasterboard walls as i do (sometimes double boarded with noggins behind). You will probably find that the tip of the saw will snap off after a very short period of time. This is because the last tooth on the saw is so close to the end of the blade. I still use the saw over a year on and the last tooth missing does not cause me any problems."