January 27, 2012
Being a very popular price-point brand, Ryobi made the cut (no pun intended) and their top saw was included in the test
As a relatively new brand in the tool world--despite sporting an old name--Rockwell was the only new player to my circular saw experience in the test and had me curious
Ridgid’s 6 1/2-inch blade framing saw--the first of their tools to be named the Fuego--is still in a class by itself
Hiliti’s saw shares some parts and looks similar to the Makita, but it’s made to separate specs and has some unique components too
This enduring model traces it roots back to the venerable Black and Decker Saw Cat of decades ago, and is configured to adjust like no other saw out there. Its standout differences are the reason DeWalt has two saws in the test
Sears offers a variety of sidewinder saws but this is their top model, billed as the Craftsman Professional line
With the recent discontinuance of the more progressive CS20, this saw is now Bosch’s top blade-right sidewinder
January 19, 2012
The best saws combine speed, visibility, and a guard that opens in any cutting position.
January 17, 2012
The HD5687M-01 circular saw from Skil
Ridgid’s R32021 sidewinder saw features engraved numbers at every degree and beveling beyond 45° is done with the push of a button
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