Hole Saw for Recessed Lighting - Bi-Metal - 4"

Article#00276918 Model#CMAH34RL Format4"
Hole Saw for Recessed Lighting - Bi-Metal - 4"
 

Description

This 4" Craftsman® hole saw lets you easily cut holes for your recessed lighting while reducing the mess and without damaging the ceiling for a professional result. Also, it features a bi-metal construction with carbide grit for an increased lifetime, making it an ideal choice for both residential and commercial uses. Includes a dust collection cap for quick clean-up. Easy setup arbor and pilot included.

Technical specifications

Component :Carbide Color :White Packaging :Each Size :4" (10.16 cm) Style :For recessed lighting Type :Hole saw

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Hole Saw for Recessed Lighting - Bi-Metal - 4" is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great hole saw for the 4" can / recessed light This is a great saw for the purpose of installing 4" recessed lights. Cuts the hole to the perfect diameter of 4 3/8". The recessed light housing is 4 3/8" and this allows the can to slide in and fit with no gap. This is NOT intended for a 4" hole saw. I have cut 48 cans in the house we have with this and it is still sharp clean cutting. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2019-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not 4 inches Sold as a 4 inch diameter hole saw but is actually 4 3/8. This is useless for me.
Date published: 2019-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Ok I bought this to install 4 - 4 3/8" recessed lighting. The product works ok but next time I would use an actual 4 3/8" hole saw. They cost about $8 more but would give a smoother cut. If you want to use this product I would suggest the following: 1. Remove the dust cover. It can get in the way and cause the hole saw to bind and make a mess of the hole. 2. Penetrate the material (eg. drywall) with the drill bit and make sure the drill is at full speed before you penetrate the material with the cutting teeth. Also, the hole saw should be as level as possible to the material before you start boring into it (you'll just have to eyeball it). You don't want the saw to be too much at an angle to the material because again, it will cause the saw to bind and make a mess of the hole. 3. When you're through the material and the hole is made stop the drill and carefully remove it from the hole. DO NOT try to remove the drill while it's at full speed because you will cause the saw to bind and make a mess of the hole you've just made. I would strongly suggest that before you actually drill the hole(s) required to first practice on some scrap material. Drill a few holes to get the feel for it.
Date published: 2020-02-21
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