Quadsaw Square Hole Cutter
Cutting square holes into drywall is a must for light switches and sockets, but there’s been no easy way to do so until the Quadsaw Square Hole Cutter. Quadsaw functions like a bit for your power drill (ideally that can spin at 1,800rpm or higher) with the difference being that you’ll need to hold its handle stable as you drill. Four blades — mounted to cut rectangularly — start moving as the drill bit is spun, cutting efficiently and just deep enough to get through plasterboard without slicing neither wires behind it nor pipes. It’s even got integrated spirit levels to ensure you’re cutting straight.
Learn more at Quadsaw – roughly $240