Milwaukee 6390-21 7-1/4-Inch 15-Amp Tilt-Lok Circular Saw

August 3, 2013 - Comment

This saw’s bade can bevel to 50 degrees and offers superior visibility and a clear sight line from either side. An eight position cushioned top handle adjusts to any cutting application for the best ergonomic grip, maximizing comfort and control. It has helical steel gears, a 22 amp switch, 120 volts AC/DC, and 5800 rpm.

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This saw’s bade can bevel to 50 degrees and offers superior visibility and a clear sight line from either side. An eight position cushioned top handle adjusts to any cutting application for the best ergonomic grip, maximizing comfort and control. It has helical steel gears, a 22 amp switch, 120 volts AC/DC, and 5800 rpm. The 5/8-inch spindle and double insulated construction and lightweight 7-1/4-inch right blade saw with Milwaukee’s exclusive Tilt-Lok main handle adjusts to the work for most comfortable work position and is the most revolutionary concept for circular saws in years Weighing in at 10.4 pounds and featuring a powerful Milwaukee built 15-amp motor, this saw provides 3.25 maximum horsepower and offers a great power to weight ratio.Whether you’re in the market for your first 7-1/4-inch circular saw or you’re looking to replace an old standby, the Milwaukee 6390-21 is worth a look. Powered by a 15 amp, 3.25-horsepower motor, the saw starts smoothly, cuts evenly, and handles virtually any material with ease. The lightest-weight saw in its class, the Milwaukee definitely is built with the user in mind. The Milwaukee-exclusive, eight-position Tilt-Loc handle provides optimized comfort and control in a wide variety of applications. A one-touch spindle lock button makes blade changes a snap. Easy-access depth and bevel adjustments, a full 50-degree bevel capacity, and a clear line of sight make it easy to get an accurate cut every time. –Carl Thress

Product Features

  • 15-amp, 5,800 rpm, and 3-1/4-horsepower motor with spindle lock and quick-lock cord
  • Locking, tilting main handle adjusts for comfort
  • Aircraft aluminum shoe and soft-grip handle
  • Kit includes 6390-20 saw, blade, wrench, and case
  • 13-3/4 inches, 10.4 pounds, 5-year warranty

Comments

Otter says:

Six months of use and abuse, not a hiccup. I saw that no one had a comment on this saw and wanted to give a testament on this one. I bought this saw to replace several others that were all tired and were for many reasons short on performance Skil, PC, Dewalt, B&D, Makita All 7.25 inch and would fail in less than a year of use and repair would be a Should I/Shouldn’t I because of cost reasons on Parts/Labor/Time. I picked this model for a particularly hard project on a remote island and one of the toughest sources of power, a…

PT Phil "bajaphil" says:

Pull the trigger and change your brand. I have to stick my nose in here because something happened that never happened before. I am not using a skill 77 any more, or even the Porter Cable 743. In fact I switched from a left bladed worm to a right blader just to get the toughness and power that this Milwaukee saw has. The first guy to review this saw (conceptbydesign) hit the nail on the head when he said this saw was tough. There are many well-designed features on this saw but the best thing is the power and toughness…

Dwight Farrington "Sawdust Maker" says:

Spend the money, you’ll be glad you did After owning a cheap craftsman circular saw for 15 years, it was time to upgrade. I actually tested out about 15 saws and settled on the Milwaukee 6390 for the following reasons:

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