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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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2/6/2012

The thick magnesium base is perfect for riding along a saw guide. I pony clamp a drywall square to sheets for crosscuts. The squared off crisp edges of the saws base stay tight to the thin strip of metal. Adjustment knobs are beefy, easy to reach and lock everything up tight. This saw does pull the a full 15 amps, maybe more from a cold start, and I've tripped a few breakers trying to run it off a standard outlet. Nice rubbery long cord with a Velcro wrap that works well. Light-up plug is key, especially when all the trades are battling for that one outlet, all the way in the basement, beneath the main panel.