Hi, I'm James, with JNC Home Repair. Today I'm going to show you how to buy a reciprocating saw as a gift. First of all you just need to know a little something about who you're buying the saw for, if he's just going to be using it occasionally, or if he's going to be using it for like work and using it all the time. You may want to also consider what kind of uses he's going to be using it for. I've got two models here, I've got a cordless model, and then I have an electric model that actually plugs into the wall. The electric model is going to be a little bit more heavy duty, it's going to be a little bit more dependable. It's not going to die out on you, it's not going to bog down. With this battery operated model you're going to have a problem with the batteries dying here and there, and sometimes they don't last very long. You may be in the middle of cutting a post and it may not even cut all the way through before the battery dies. So this, the battery operated models, are usually for smaller type applications, smaller uses, but they're also good for, if you're out somewhere, if you're out just...I use mine to cut tree limbs and stuff, and it's also good for out in the yard, you don't have to run an extension cord. You can just go out there, plug and go, and you're ready to go. But this one right here is a lot more heavy duty, it's going to cut through stuff a lot quicker and a lot faster. And basically that's just the basic two models that you have and those are the two things to consider when you're buying one as a gift.
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