Its only purpose for being was to extract money from unsuspecting tool junkies. It waas the tool world equivalent of that old hot dog electrocution machine that was ultimately banned for being a "deadly appliance"
You and Panzade do not seem to appreciate the RotoZip.
I have one and, although, I have not used it much I found it useful for certain jobs. It does require a certain amount of skill to use it properly.
I would be interested to know if either or both of you own one or are just going by hearsay.
Regarding the topic of this thread. I watched the video and was not particularly impressed since the saw is very small. It does, however, (like the Rotozip) probably has a place for certain jobs.
I would think that the kerf would be large due to the two blades. It also appears that plunge cuts are required since one of the blades is spinning backwards and would create an unsafe situation if used the same as a regular circular saw.
I never trust stuff that is only sold over the internet and on TV. Why aren't they in stores?
It does seem that the blades are what the tool is all about and I wonder about availability for replacement.