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Omni Dual Saw – Dual bladed circular saw


This is one of those As Seen On TV specials but judging by the video and my own tenuous grasp of power tool usage, this is a pretty amazing thing. The Omni Dual Saw is part circular saw, part angle grinder and part electric carving knife. The Dual Saw has two, contra-rotating* circular blades that make pretty short work of anything including steel reinforcing bars, PVC pipe, timber and diamond plate all with the same blades.


The dual blades reduce the vibration and stop the saw biting into hard materials so it’s safer to use. There’s also a set of optional diamond blades that will go through masonry, stone, granite and marble. US$219.96 includes $40 shipping.

*According to Wikipedia this design is actually a contra-rotating system, not counter-rotating as it says on the website. Your mileage may vary.

Omni Dual Saw’s patented counter rotating blade technology makes it the only saw with 2 blades that simultaneously rotate in opposite directions: forward, backward, top and bottom! Unlike other saws, this professional grade saw’s unique technology and dual blade design allow users to cut through virtually any material without changing blades.

Tags: gadget, power+tools, omni+dual+saw, dual+saw


  • Is the Sears Craftsman dual blade saw a rebrand of this? If not, then the claim is wrong, there are two brands of these available in the world.

    • If you mean this one Sean; then yes, it looks *exactly* the same.
      All depends on which one came first I guess.

  • Not sure about the Craftsman rebrand but in Canada King Tools has rebranded this exact saw. A company named Art's Tool Sales sells it online for less money than Dual Saw sells it for.

  • I'm kind of wondering this myself. I seen the Craftsman version, It looked awfully similar. I'm wonder if something was agreed upon for the Craftsman version.

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