Everyone knows that a reciprocating saw can cut a lot of different things, but what exactly can you cut with a reciprocating saw? Join us as we list everything you can cut with a reciprocating or sabre saw below.
What can you cut with a reciprocating saw?
Tree Pruning (check out our best reciprocating saws for tree pruning)
Reciprocating Saw Blades
For metal you will want a metal cutting blade, these will have very fine teeth much as you would find on a hacksaw. Wood will need a different blade entirely with large, well-spaced teeth.
For tile and stone, your blade often won’t have teeth at all and will instead be coated in a rough grit often made from tungsten carbide.
So lots of different blades are available for reciprocating saws. However, you don’t need to feel overwhelmed; they are always very well labelled. Just make sure you have the correct blade to hand for what you want to cut through, simple.