7-1/4” Circular Saw features highly durable magnesium components and a powerful 1800W industrial motor with a powerful gearing system for maximum power output
- Engineered for framing walls, roofs, siding and floors using a range of dimensional lumber and engineered lumber, including OSB, LVL, PSL, plywood and more. It is ideal for framers, carpenters, builders and general contractors seeking a highly efficient tool for a lot of different projects
- Our 7-1/4” Circular Saw features highly durable industrial components and a powerful 1800W industrial motor with a gearing system for maximum power output. With seamlessly balances weight, power, durability, and ease of use for optimum cutting performance
- Featuring a worm drive design, it offers increased accuracy and precision. The left side blade design provides unmatched clarity of cut line
- Build with industrial components allowed to engineer a saw with less weight (15lbs.) Additional design details include greater clearance between the rear handle & the blade case to provide a better grip for larger hands or for users with gloves, as well as a wider space between the blade and housing for a clearer view of the blade and measurement scale
- Features an on-board multi-function wrench for blade & brush changes, lever adjustments and blade diamond knockout. Our saw also comes with a built-in tool hook for convenient storage between cuts
- Material: ABS Plastic
- Power: 1800W
- Voltage: 120/60 Hz
- No Load Speed: 4,300 r/min
- Blade Diameter: 7-1/4"
- Adjustable Angle: Yes
- Blade Included: No
- Overall Dimension: 19-1/2"(L) x 7-1/2"(W) x 10"(H)
- Power Circular Saw
*Note Cutting Blade Not Included*
This saw is smooth, quiet (for a worm drive saw), well-balanced, and not heavy--for a worm drive saw. As a young man I worked with worm drives so this was a pleasant surprise, especially how quiet it is. I'm used to construction duty saws being deafening. The blade retention screw and the oil well cover screw use the very same wrench, a thoughtful idea.But all is not perfect. The instructions tell you NOTHING about how to set up nor maintain the saw. While it came with the oil well full of grease, but no instructions about whether that is good, bad, indifferent, nor what kind nor how much oil to use. I had purchased Skil worm drive oil so I filled it with that.It also came with spare motor brushes but no instructions on how to replace them, when to replace them, nor how to get spares.Finally, it made no mention that the blade retention screw IS A LEFT-HAND THREAD! For those who broke the blade lock I suspect you were following "Righty-Tighty / Left-Loosie" which is, unfortunately backwards. I was expecting the left-hand thread, so no problem there.There were complaints about no blade but since there is no "right" blade I bought 3 carbide blades at Lowe's: A 24 tooth framing/nail cutter, a 40 tooth fine cut, and a 60 tooth extra fine cut.
I purchased this with the recommended stone cutting blade. Worked great making cuts in concrete pavers for my new walkway. Highly recommend it.
Completely surprised to find that this is a 220 dollar Dewalt in red with some minor finishing and material changes. I managed their 14 inch concrete saw on sale and it was a disaster. This is wild.
Saw seems to be of good quality.