Makita SH01W 12V max Lithium-Ion Cordless 3-3/8-Inch Circular Saw Kit

August 3, 2013 - Comment

Includes 12V Max Cordless Lithium-Ion 3-3/8-in Circular Saw (Open Box) – SH01W Product Features Makita-built motor delivers 1,400 RPM for faster cutting 3-3/8-Inch blade delivers a 1-Inch cutting capacity for a wide range of cutting applications Adjustable cutting depth from 1-Inch at 90 Degree and 5/8-Inch at 45 Degree Tilting base for bevel cuts from

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Includes 12V Max Cordless Lithium-Ion 3-3/8-in Circular Saw (Open Box) – SH01W

Product Features

  • Makita-built motor delivers 1,400 RPM for faster cutting
  • 3-3/8-Inch blade delivers a 1-Inch cutting capacity for a wide range of cutting applications
  • Adjustable cutting depth from 1-Inch at 90 Degree and 5/8-Inch at 45 Degree
  • Tilting base for bevel cuts from 0 Degree – 45 Degree
  • Built-in dust blower helps keep the line of cut free of debris for increased accuracy
  • Kit Includes: 2 ea. 12V max Lithium-Ion Battery (BL1014), 1 Battery Charger (DC10WB), 20T Carbide Tipped Blade (A-95021)

Comments

J. Cascio "Tile guy" says:

Updated design foa an old favorite I am a tile contractor, and the 3 3/8″ saws have been a blessing to me for at least 15 years. Had the 9.6V for years,but as soon as the 14.4 model came out bought it. That was a huge improvement! Now those14.4 batteries are difficult to find and the saw is a bit noisy. So I bought this newer version last week. Even though the battery is much smaller, the saw still seems to have enough power,although maybe not as much torque as the 14.4. So far Ive just used the new one for 3/16th paneling, so…

I. Maine says:

Compact battery operated saw Let me start by saying that I gave this saw 4-out-of-5 stars only because of the relatively short battery life. That having been said, this is a pretty useful tool…. IF you need a small cutting saw. I am restoring a house built in 1870, so I run into a lot of situations where I am cutting floors and old plaster walls in very tight spaces. In these situations the Makita saw has been a pleasure to use.Technically there must have been a battery revolution recently since several…

John W. Lasseter "hodad66" says:

small giant An excellent, versatile saw. I had the older version and built cabinets for my boat out of “Starboard”. The blade is so thin that you can cut the door out, simply rout it and it looks great.Recently, I have had some cuts in awkward, overhead positions… no sweat with this saw. I also used it with the stock blade to cut Hardibacker. Great cuts with very little dust. Love this lil thing!

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