Comparison Review: Dremel Ultra Saw vs RotoZip
Dremel Ultra Saw vs RotoZip
Dremel Ultra Saw
16 x 7.5 x 5.2 inches
10 x 5 x 4 inches
4.0 amp motor
With a variety of saw blades
Drywall guide point Ziplifts, multipurpose Ziplifts & a variety of collets
8 out of 10
8 out of 10
The Final Cut
There is a saw for every kind of material and this is seen with the Dremel Ultra Saw and the RotoZip. These two handy power saws come with specialized blades to work with different materials. This is not the only thing that these saws have in common.
Both the Dremel Ultra Saw and the RotoZip are lightweight and compact. These weigh less than 6 pounds with the RotoZip weighing only 3 pounds! With this very lightweight, you can use either of these tools for any project at the worksite or at home.
Both the Dremel Ultra Saw and the RotoZip have good motors and therefore these can cut through different materials with ease. With the Dremel and the RotoZip, you can rip through wood and wood panels like tissue paper. You can slice metal sheets using their special blades. You can also move through plastic like these was paper. These tools have easy controls and therefore you can use these safely and with ease.
Aside from cutting materials, you can use the Dremel Ultra Saw and the RotoZip for prepping materials. You can prepare materials by removing rust, dirt and old paint. You will be able to use these for finishing projects before you even apply paint or varnish.
But when you really want a handy power saw, the Dremel has a good working weight. It is heavier than the RotoZip of course but its weight steadies the saw and lets you cut comfortably. The RotoZip is a spiral saw so you are working with a forward facing circular blade; you need time to get used to the blade position to be able to make good cuts. But with the Dremel Ultra Saw, there is no training needed. All you need is to power on the saw and let it rip.
When it comes to accessories, all you need is in the box with both the Dremel Ultra Saw and the RotoZip. There are some complaints that it is hard to look for blades for both these saws and the only way to purchase blades that will complement these saws would be online.
So all-in-all, the Dremel Ultra Saw works and feels better than the RotoZip. Its weight steadies it and its traditional saw design lets you use the saw right away.
Shopping smart especially when it comes to handheld power saws is always a good idea. Checking out product parameters and comparing power saws from the same class will truly help you find the ideal tool that will work for your own projects or applications.