The stop saw is a really great invention. It actually works.
his hand is injured from his first saw he bought this new one to replace it
Here we have a classic example of poor marketing decisions and the idiot who believed them. Fortunately for the idiot he has the winning case.
@ThatGuyx79, I feel like the machine did its work since it says that it stops when “contact” with skin. He probably wouldnt be able to even use his hands if the machine kept on going.
@ThatGuyx79, or he just bought this saw to replace the one that did that, or the injury is unrelated
@HSA, That’s the idea that I had, because that saw really does stop when contacting skin or metal. Clamps sink into the blade and pull it under, rendering the blade useless until you get a new blade, but you’re relatively unscathed.
@Commandshark, yea i remember the demo years back where they did it with a hot dog, it was really cool.
@HSA, yeah it's most likely this. I really doubt he managed to cut himself on a saw inside a new unopened box.
@Shmay Fish, I agree. It still has the banding and everything
@HSA, the box still has the shipping straps on it. It hasn’t even been opened yet.
The saw is still going to cut your skin but it's not going to take your fingers off
Unless he went through a lot of trouble getting those yellow plastic bands around the box, I would say its new.
It actually still cuts you but is much smaller wound than say losing your hand or finger.
If working as advertised
Got to HAND it to this guy. He SAW it coming.
I don't know how to circle text, so I used uppercase letters so you know why you're groaning. Have a nice day.
Honestly if what is implied happened, I hope he's ok. That stuff can mess you up. My uncle was a plastic surgeon and messed up his hand on a table saw (prob early 90s) and could never perform surgery again. He disappeared looking for a place called Kamar-Taj about 15 years ago....
Ok the second part isn't true but the first part is