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R32021 Circular Saw

Ridgid - R32021 Circular Saw

Ridgid’s R32021 sidewinder saw features engraved numbers at every degree and beveling beyond 45° is done with the push of a button

$100.00 (As of 1/19/2012)

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Editor Choice-Best Value

Editor's Review: Tool Test: Sidewinder Circular Saws

review date: January 19, 2012

Ridgid’s latest iteration of its full-size sidewinder saw boasts some mid-generation improvements—hence the new, longer model number. The depth-adjustment arm on this saw has a nice, stiff rolled edge and ratcheting plastic outboard lever. Bevel angles up to 56° are set with a similar lever, engraved numbers mark every degree, and beveling beyond 45° is done with the push of a button. The cast-magnesium baseplate is nearly flat in both directions, and it has a convenient 1-1⁄2-in. offset distance from the right edge of the baseplate to the blade. The rear handle and trigger are both comfortable, and the sawdust blower chute works well.

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Editor Test Results:

Overall Rating N/A
Ergonomics N/A
Sightlines N/A
Depth and Bevel Adjustments N/A
Base and Blade Guard N/A

Manufacturer Specifications

Manufacturer Ridgid
Manufacturer's Web Site www.ridgid.com
Manufacturer's Phone Number 800-474-3443
Weight 10.2 lb
Dimensions N/A
Blade Size 7-1/4 in.
Max Depth of Cut (90/45 degrees) 1-5/8 in. at 90 degrees; 1-3/4 in. at 45 degrees
Amps 15
Corded/Cordless Corded
Bevel Range Up to 56 degrees
Speed 5,800 RPM
Type Sidewinder