New worm-drive circular saw from Hitachi

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Hitachi Power Tools introduces its first 7-1/4” worm-drive circular saw, model C7WDM, featuring a 15-amp motor.

“The C7WDM was built to withstand the tough conditions of a jobsite,” the company said in a statement. “Its worm-drive gears deliver longer life. The steel levers increase toughness and real world durability. The highly durable, yet lightweight magnesium base offers easy to read front and side scales for accurate cuts.”

The saw retails for $199 with two 24-tooth carbide-tipped Hitachi VPR framing blades.

For more, visit www.hitachipowertools.com.

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