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Skilsaw 15-Amp Corded Electric 7-1/4" Aluminum Worm Drive Circular Saw EXPIRED

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HomeDepot.com has Skilsaw 15-Amp Corded Electric 7-1/4" Aluminum Worm Drive Circular Saw w/ 24-Tooth Carbide Tipped Diablo Blade (SPT77W-22) on sale for $119. Select free store pickup if stock permits. Thanks Dealhunter30

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This circular saw provides superior cutting performance w/ the 15-Amp motor; lightweight yet durable design for long lasting user. Offer valid while promotion last.

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These worm drive saws will last forever if cared for. Pretty much only tool worth getting from Skil now a days.

EDIT: Also, I like the fact that the blades are on the left side which for right handed people, it makes it easier to follow the lines.
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Agree with the other poster. Just use a cheap saw. I would hate to ruin a nicer worm drive saw by getting it wet and caked with crap. We have an old garage sale saw that holds a concrete blade. Saw is so beat up and worn from the abrasive dust but at least it's not my good saw.
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There's Skill Saw brand which is the high end brand and Skil brand which is in the same class as ryobi, kolbalt, Wen, etc.
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Magnesium one is also on sale
https://www.homedepot.com/p/SKILS.../204955639

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lowest for both aluminum and magnesium per CCC
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The magnesium one is 12.4 lbs and $149 while the aluminum is 14.2 lbs at $119
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How well does Skilsaw hold up these days?

Had an older one that lasted 15+ years and outlasted several replacement cords.
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How well does Skilsaw hold up these days?

Had an older one that lasted 15+ years and outlasted several replacement cords.
I've had 2 for about 15 years. They beat out a craftsman and a makita.
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How well does Skilsaw hold up these days?

Had an older one that lasted 15+ years and outlasted several replacement cords.
These worm drive saws will last forever if cared for. Pretty much only tool worth getting from Skil now a days.

EDIT: Also, I like the fact that the blades are on the left side which for right handed people, it makes it easier to follow the lines.
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Teardown and comparison to the older one https://youtu.be/G6fJ8xFDYSM
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These worm drive saws will last forever if cared for. Pretty much only tool worth getting from Skil now a days.

EDIT: Also, I like the fact that the blades are on the left side which for right handed people, it makes it easier to follow the lines.
Yep, most of their other tools are just cheap rebrands of common Chinese designs.

I think WEN and some of Harbor Freight's brands fall under the same category.

They're not too bad when you're on a budget and have the time to get everything adjusted and lubricated properly though.
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I have a question I hope someone can answer. Quick background info is I need to saw into asphalt to make a drain so my garage doesn't flood.

Anyway looking online they say I need a worm drive circular saw with a special blade to cut into asphalt/cement. Is this true? I already have a regular circular saw. So could I just purchase a new blade for it?

Thanks in advanced!
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Rarely on sale, thanks!
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I have a question I hope someone can answer. Quick background info is I need to saw into asphalt to make a drain so my garage doesn't flood.

Anyway looking online they say I need a worm drive circular saw with a special blade to cut into asphalt/cement. Is this true? I already have a regular circular saw. So could I just purchase a new blade for it?

Thanks in advanced!
The right blade will have you ripping through that job in no time. I've had great results with avanti pro blades from Home Depot, and whether it was a 4.5" blade on a grinder, or 7" blade on a big boy grinder, they cut through rock and concrete like butter. Whatever tool you use is going to get caked with dust (or silt if you're using water to keep the blade lubed). The larger blades are made for saws, but I've never actually tried one on a saw. But the way they cut through rock I'd imagine asphalt would be the same.
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I've had this for a couple of years now. Great saw, but freaking heavy. I wish I had purchased the magnesium one and am thinking about getting a small/light Ridgid portable one for light-duty cuts.
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Yep, most of their other tools are just cheap rebrands of common Chinese designs.

I think WEN and some of Harbor Freight's brands fall under the same category.

They're not too bad when you're on a budget and have the time to get everything adjusted and lubricated properly though.
There's Skill Saw brand which is the high end brand and Skil brand which is in the same class as ryobi, kolbalt, Wen, etc.
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