Best Drywall Saw UK Reviews

Thanks for taking your time to read our reviews on the best drywall saws that are currently available on the United Kingdom marketplace.

These small drywall saws are also known as wallboard saws, plasterboard saws or as jab saws. They are inexpensive and mainly used to cut out holes in drywall or plasterboard.

That is what most internal walls and ceilings are made from, so can be a handy little saw to own.

The blades usually have triple edge teeth. The blade will also have a sharp point which allows this saw to easily penetrate through the plasterboard.

They come with a fixed blade, and on average they last for about 3 years, even when used regularly. They are a popular tool in the trades, especially for electricians and plumbers.

They will use this for cutting holes for electric sockets, ceiling roses and for pipes.

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Just below you will see our top 5 list of drywall saws. However, we also know you are busy, so if you don't have time to read our full review, we would highly recommend the Stanley 0-15-556 Wall Board Saw.

Best Drywall Saw by Buyer Rating

The top 5 are as follows:

Rank

Product

Satisfaction

1

Stanley 0-15-556 Wall Board Saw

94%

2

Marshalltown 22 Dry Wall Utility Saw 6in

92%

3

Drywall Shark Saw - 6 inch Plasterboard Pullsaw

90%

4

Corona Professional Plasterboard Drywall Saw 7"

88%

5

Draper 150mm Soft Grip Dry Wall Saw

88%

Just below, we have also completed some summary reviews on each of these, so as you can see which is the best option for you.

No 1 - Stanley 0-15-556 Wall Board Saw Summary Review

  • 94% customer satisfaction
  • Seven teeth per inch
  • 150mm 18 g
  • Soft grip for ease of use
  • Ideal for plasterboard
  • Excellent price
  • Best seller

No 2 - Marshalltown 22 Dry Wall Utility Saw 6in Summary Review

  • 92% customer satisfaction
  • Eight teeth per inch
  • 150mm 18g
  • Contoured hardwood handle
  • Sharp point ideal for pearcing plasterboard 
  • Again really great value

No 3 - Drywall Shark Saw - 6 inch Plasterboard Pullsaw Summary Review

  • 90% buyer satisfaction rating
  • Eight teeth per inch
  • 152mm 159 g
  •  Hardened & tempered teeth edge
  • Triple edge teeth
  • Heavier than most models
  • Again excellent value

No 4 - Corona Professional Plasterboard Drywall Saw 7" Summary Review

  • 88% buyer satisfaction rating
  • Seven teeth per inch
  • 150mm 118g
  • Soft grip handle
  • Durable Mn 65 steel
  • Teflon coated
  • Great value

No 5 - Draper 150mm Soft Grip Dry Wall Saw Summary Review

  • 88% buyer satisfaction rating
  • Seven teeth per inch
  • 150mm 200 g
  • Double bevel hardened teeth
  • Comfortable soft grip handle
  • Cheap cheap cheap

In Conclusion

These drywall saws are all in and around the same price and specification. To be honest we could find very little difference between their performance and the only factor we are really rating is, how comfortable they are to hold.

I rarely say this but of our top 5, I would recommend that you buy the cheapest one, which we rated as number 1. Its excellent, cuts really well and pretty much will last for ever in your tool box.

Make sure you take care when you are using these saws. They cut through skin and even bone very easily. We have many stories of severed tendons! If you have time, have a quick look at the video below which will give you some simple tips on how to use this type of saw. More importantly, how to use one safely.

Hopefully you have found this information on drywall saws useful.

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