Rockwell RK3440K VersaCut Circular Saw Big Discount
Rockwell RK3440K VersaCut Circular Saw
Description : Rockwell’s RK3440K VersaCut is a powerful, multi-functional, ultra-compact circular saw that can cut wood, flooring, plastic, ceramic tile, slate, aluminum and even sheet metal. Its lightweight (four pounds) and streamlined design makes it easy to control with just one hand. Improve efficiency and comfort with the VersaCut, which eliminates the need to drag out a big, heavy circular saw to perform similar tasks.RK3440K VersaCutAt a Glance:One saw that cuts tile, wood, aluminum, sheet metal, PVC, and moreSlim body and ergonomic balance allow better control—even with one handDimensions: Maximum cutting depth of 1-1/16 inches; 3-3/8-inch blade size; weighs 4 poundsBacked by a two-year limited warrantyThe Rockwell VersaCut is a compact circ…
- Powerful 4.0 Amp mini-circular saw cuts a variety of materials including tile
- Slim, ergonomic design is easy to manage and maneuver
- Laser indicator helps align cuts
- Plunge cut indicators show exact position of blade entry
- Easy-to-set depth of cut indicator
List Price : $149.99
Price : $129.00
Saved Price : $20.99
Category: Circular Saws
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Rating : 3.9
Rating : 118
Review : Very nice tool
I bought this hoping it would be a nice alternative to my cicular saw when cutting things 1-inch thick and less. Just used it for the first time on some 3/4″ plywood and it did just what I had hoped. I have a few Rockwell tools (JawHorse and Sonicrafter) and all are solid quality tools. This is no exception. You can’t cut 2x4s with it, but as long as you realize its limits (designed in), its a great addition to a workshop.
I wish that the ratings would allow me to give this a 4 7/8 star rating because I have 2 comments…
1. I had to put a little bit of duct tape around the vacuum attachment because my vacuum’s end was a bit bigger (1/16″) than the attachment’s outer diameter. To be fair to Rockwell, I don’t know if this is the fault of my vacuum or the Versacut.
2. As much as I like the “plunge” design, it would be nice if this had a convenient means of locking down the blade to not require the “plunge”.
Neither of these issues were…