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Best Circular Saws And Reviews For 2019

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For this post, we have put together a selection of the best circular saws that currently available. After putting in hundreds of hours of research on 210 different circular saw and testing dozens of them over the past three years, we have found that the SKILSAW SPT77WML-01 Circular Saw is the best budget and Makita SP6000J1 6-1/2″ Plunge Circular Saw is the expensive the best circular saws for most people in most wood worker’s house.

Look into any handyman’s tool bag and you’re sure to find the best circular saw  for woodworking. It is easily one of the most essential tools for any woodwork project that requires the cutting of wood. Whether building anything from decks to treehouses one thing is for sure, that your circular saws will get used. Our circular saw buying guide will help you that narrow down a few of the top models available on the current market.

If you want a Hurry? Without any doubt Here’s Our Best Choice for Best Circular Saw:

SKIL 5280-01 15-Amp 7-1/4-Inch Circular Saws with Single Beam Laser Guide.

Needless to say, there are literally hundreds of different options – for all budgets. We are here to help you that decode all the choices so you can pick the one that is going to be best for you and your needs.

When starting to search online to find out for the  best circular saw  for you, there is one thing you will notice right away the distinctions between circular saws are not always obvious. You can find one circular saw and think “looking better to me”, and right next to it is another and nothing seems noticeably different. Yet, there is a one hundred dollar price difference.

In this guide, I have attempted to find eight circular saws across a range of prices and platforms. Each saw is unique, which is good because so are people. Hopefully, there is a saw here that gets your attention.

The Hitachi C7ST has distinct styling, a powerful motor and a low center of gravity. Bosch brings us the CS5 and its left-blade design that can make the lives of right-handers much easier. Makita has some feature-rich powerhouses if that’s your thing.

It all comes down to what is important for you, the operator.

There are Two Types of Drives for Circular Saws
There are two styles of the drive for circular saw: sidewinder and worm drive. Sidewinders are also known as a direct drive. These are the most common type of circular saws and are likely the ones you are most familiar with.

Worm drive circular saws are slightly different. They use a worm gear to run the blade and as a result, they are longer than the more compact sidewinders.

Worm drive circular saws also tend to keep the blade on the left versus the right which is most common in sidewinders. Worm drive saws tend to be a lot heavier, much more expensive, and they require oil to keep them lubricated. They are best suited for regular, heavy-duty use and abuse. They don’t do anything else significantly better than a sidewinder other than taking the abuse a contractor would dish out.

However, there are plenty of sidewinder circular saws that will stand the test of time even for someone who uses them on a daily basis. There are probably more than a few people who would love to slap me for this, but for the average homeowner I just can’t see owning a worm drive circular saw over a sidewinder. Here Miter saw review.

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