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Are there any comfort features I should look for when buying?

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* An adjustable or rotating blade or handle allows a more natural grip at various angles * A well-balanced design enhances control and tends to make the saw feel lighter * A cushioned grip improves comfort and control, even through long, sweaty jobs * Antivibration features deliver smoother action to reduce fatigue and enhance accuracy

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