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Worm-drive circular saw

SKIL TOOLS has reduced the weight of its new worm-drive circular saw, model MAG77LT, to 13.2 lbs.

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The 15-amp saw features a 53-degree bevel capacity with a positive stop at 45 degrees. The foot conveniently stores a multifunction wrench that is used for the oil plug, brush cap, adjusting bevel nuts and removing the blade diamond knockouts. Other features include a soft grip handle, spindle lock and the company’s Cut Ready depth-of-cut system. The saw sells for a suggested retail price of $219. For information, visit

This article originally appeared in the July 2013 issue.

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