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Tool Hound Video Review: Ridgid's 6-1/2 in. Fuego Circular Saw

Can this diminutive circular saw really replace the standard 7-1/4-in. variety on the jobsite? The Tool Hound investigates.

Length: 1:36
Produced By: John Ross

With the release of Ridgid's 6-1/2 in. Fuego Circular Saw, the tool maker has shrunk the perennial job-site power tool without compromising power and cutting capacity. In this video review from our series, The Tool Hound, senior editor Justin Fink takes the Fuego for a test drive and highlights the features and stats that make this saw worth a closer look.

Read Mike Guertin's free tool review of the Ridgid Fuego and post your own ratings for this tool in the free FineHomebuilding.com Tool Guide. For more video reviews, and to stay up to date with the latest tools and materials for home builders, visit The Tool Hound blog.

October 1, 2009