One of the things I love about the Hand Tool Rescue channel is that the guy doesn’t just do great work, he does that work on tools and devices I never knew existed. Take this video for example. The subject is a pneumatic reciprocating saw designed to be used underwater! We’re guessing stuff like bridge building, dock repair, pier maintenance and other unique jobs would require an underwater saw. There’s also the idea that this thing could be outfitted with different blades for the job it was performing. The idea here is that this saw’s blade was likely designed for ice work as the tooth pattern does not seem right for cutting wood or other materials.
As usual, we see the tool as a whole, we see all of its parts, the work done to make them perfect again, the reassembly, and ultimately the operational tool at the end of the process. This is one of the funnier conclusions we get out of a video from this channel so make sure you stick around for it.
We are always blown away by the action to detail, like the fact that Mr. Hand Tool replaces the factory decals with perfect re-pops or maybe they are NOS but either way, who knew that you’d even be able to get them ever again. It seems like an obscure tool but maybe it’s just weird to us because we’d never seen one before.
The work is great and the results are even better!