The 1640VS is a versatile, powerful handsaw that's perfect for flush-cutting and precision sawing applications. Loaded with features, this Finecut model has a variable speed setting that lets you match the power to the project, a left or right-side blade mount, and an ergonomic design that offers comfortable handling -- even in tight working spaces. With its tool-free blade change system you'll find swapping blades is a real snap, and the large on/off switch has an integrated gripping surface for easy access.
UPC Code: 000346309652
- 3.5 amp motor that produces 2,000 to 2,800 rpm
- 5/8-inch stroke length
- 2-1/2-inch cutting capacity in wood -- plus a 3/4-inch cutting capacity in plastics
- Operates at 120 volts
- Weighs only 3.5 pounds
- 3.5 amp motor
- 5/8-inch stroke
- 2,000 to 2,800 rpm
Pretty fabulous little saw. Used it to level the ends of some 3/4" wood planks for some steps I made. Not the speediest saw, but good for detail work.
Nice tool for finish work. Great price.
I'm sorry to say that I'm very disappointed in the condition of this tool, it
appeared to be used and not reconditioned, also it only came with one blade that was obviously used and beginning to rust. The owners manual showed a second blade that was not included when shipped.
The condition of the packing box looked like it had been used numerous times and was completely wrapped in a scotch tape like material.
On the bright side, I am pleased with the performance of the tool.
This is the first time that I had a disappointing purchase from you, I hope it does not happen again.
South Dennis, MA
Great used it for door jambs , pulling off shingles, and stair work
It is too big and bulky to handle.
Carson City, NV
Never knew this kind of saw existed, looks like it can be attached to a miter fence, however works great on trimming shims on doors, fine detail work, etc!
winston salem, NC
yes it just what i was looking for!
St. Louis, MO
great price, great product,great service! Thanks
Not as handy as I thought it might be. My Dremel Multimax would have been sufficient. This particular Bosch was represented as new, but the box it came in was not sealed and there was a stain on the blade. No evidence that it had been used, but if unused it could have been out of the box for a while--perhaps on display.