New WORX BladeRunner X2 Is Ideal Benchtop Saw for Summer DIY Projects

WORX BladeRunner X2

It’s time to shelve the hand saw and miter box, and step up to the new WORX® BladeRunner® X2. This lightweight, portable benchtop saw does the work of multiple saws by making fast and accurate rip, crosscut, scroll, inside and miter cuts using standard T-shank jigsaw blades.

In the power tool accessory aisle of hardware stores and home centers are 4-in, jigsaw blades. These blades are offered in a variety of profiles to cut wood, PVC, plastic, aluminum and other non-ferrous metals, as well as ceramic tile. Unlike conventional saws, BladeRunner X2 enables do-it-yourselfers to tackle a variety of projects by simply changing blades.

“What’s nice about this benchtop saw is that it’s not limited to only cutting wood,” said Sharon Blackwell, WORX Product Manager. “Oftentimes, homeowners need to cut aluminum, PVC, copper pipe or ceramic tile, and BladeRunner X2 handles all those materials by simply changing blades.”

BladeRunner X2’s compact size makes a small footprint of 17 inches wide by 15 ¾ inches deep. The saw weighs 14.7 pounds and is 6 ¾ inches high, which makes for a comfortable work height when mounted to a workbench. It’s ideal for home workshops, or easily carried right to the jobsite.

Building a summer project like a bird feeder, trellis, potting table, garage shelving, garden bench or Adirondack chair is well within reach of BladeRunner X2’s capabilities. Construct a bike stand, fishing rod holder or garden tools storage holder. Create metal lawn ornaments or ceramic-tile tabletops, trivets and coasters for summer deck parties.

One big advantage of BladeRunnerX2 versus conventional benchtop saws is the ease of changing blades. There’s no need for wrenches; just slide the blade…

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