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From the creators of the first ever cordless worm drive, comes the 10-1/4” Cordless Worm Drive Skilsaw with legendary SKIL power to go anywhere. With a 3-11/16” depth of cut, this cordless Skilsaw can cut 4x material in a single pass. Powered by the TRUEHVL™ battery, designed specifically for our legendary Worm Drive saw. The brushless motor responds to challenging applications by boosting power and torque, and all-magnesium construction makes it lightweight and tough. TRUEHVL™ features a unique battery design that maximizes heat dissipation, patented Stay Cool™ technology that wraps each cell in a temperature controlling material, and intelligent power management that monitors and optimizes each cell. Go from zero to full charge in only 1 hour. Get all the power you need, from the ONLY 10-1/4” Cordless Worm Drive Skilsaw. For optimal performance, recommended use with blade 76240 from SKIL. This kit includes a 10-1/4" blade, 5.0Ah TRUEHVL™ lithium battery, and TRUEHVL™ Quick Charger. SKIL has redefined power. Again.

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TOOL MAINTENANCE

How do you maintain electrical tools?
1. Ensure right storage to take care of your power tools. ...
2. Store power tools in original cases. ...
3. Use silica gel packs. ...
4. Clean after every use. ...
5. Clean motor contact. ...
6. Check the condition of the power cord. ...
7. Tighten bolts and screws. ...
8. Sharpen bits and blades. ...

Tighten bolts and screws. ...

Sharpen bits and blades.

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Tool History

Who created the first drill?

Virtually all of today's electric drills descend from the original portable hand-held drill patented in 1917 by S. Duncan Black and Alonzo Decker, whose invention spurred the growth of the modern power tool industry.