Milwaukee 6310-20 18-Volt Ni-Cad 6-1/2-Inch Cordless Circular Saw

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Milwaukee 6310-20 18-Volt 6-1/2-Inch Ni-Cad Cordless Circular Saw (Tool Only, No Battery)

Milwaukee 6310-20 description

U.S.A. Cordless: Yes, Blade Diameter (in.): 6 1/2, Amps: N/A, Volts: 18, Speed - No Load (RPM): 3,200, Bevel Capacity (deg): 50, Blade Location: Left, Electric Brake: Yes, Battery Included: No, Charger Included: No, Case Included: No  

Milwaukee 6310-20 specifications

Circular Saws
3,200 rpm with electric brake, great balance
Tool only (no battery or charger), Allen Wrench
Circular Saw Blade
Features all-metal upper and lower guards
Rigid aluminum shoe for rigorous job site use
9 inches
9 inches
13.9 inches
8.1 pounds
Package Height
9 inches
Package Width
9.4 inches
Package Length
14 inches
Package Weight
8.6 pounds

Milwaukee 6310-20 reviews

Milwaukee 6310-20 18-Volt Ni-Cad 6-1/2-Inch Cordless Circular Saw
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Final got out to get some new 6.5" blades. Works very good & not too heavy.
Excellent design and engineering, these people know tools
This is a great tool. It is quiet, very smooth running and well balanced. It cuts like it has eyes! I have a lot of cordless circular saws DeWalt, (2) Milwaukee (1) Craftsman (2) Black & Decker (1) Ryobi (1) Makita (1) Denali (1) and probably a couple I have forgot about. They range in blade size from around 4" to the 36 volt DeWalt 7 ΒΌ inch. The Milwaukee is the first saw I reach for when cutting O.S.B, plywood or 2x or smaller lumber. The lack of any vibration and the great sight line make it easy to make very precise cuts on a variety of materials. The stamped aluminum shoe isn't going to break if you drop it. It will bend and you can straighten it out unlike a cast aluminum shoe as used on some other saws. I don't know what else to say, it is a tough saw, it doesn't look very special but it sure does work good. And it is one of the quietest circular saws I own.
More than I expected
This replaced a similar DeWalt Product. Despite being very inexpensive I feel it is a stronger better built tool.
Simple, straightforward and easy to use like any of these saws are.
While i have no objective way to measure, I think I get many more cuts out of a single charge than the 18V Dewalt.
I reach for this tool much more than I did the DeWalt. When I had the DeWalt I would often use a corded tool, now i tend to use this.
Very good saw, works with V18 Lith-Ion battery!
I bought this expecting it would work with the same battery I use with my Milwaulkee Lithium-Ion Hammer drill,
it does! The saw is light and powerful with the Lithium battery, the charge lasts a long time for a cordless.
This saw comes with (1) ONE 6 1/2 CARBIDE blade, the other review here makes one wonder. No case, no battery. Blade is on the LEFT side. Also, it's made in the USA!
unbeatable saw
I have had this over a month now and couldn't be happier with it. The shoe is thick aluminum, very durable. The saw cuts very well, is easy to control one handed and has easily accessible tilt and depth adjustments. I am using with Li-Ion batteries and cut time is impressive. Had to make a few 2x4s out of a 2x12 and this thing ripped the 2x lengthwise without a problem, several times before needing a charge. I've never had a cordless do this. And the most pleasant surprise of all was ITS MADE IN THE USA! What a novelty these days - good luck finding a cordless drill made here... Overall the perfect cordless saw: good balance, sturdy, easily adjustment, controllable, not too heavy, plenty of power - what more could you want?
Only down side is rip fence not included (but available separately).
18 Volt Cordless Saw - perfect for the quick fixes
This is my first purchase of a cordless circular saw. Because of that I can't say how this one matches up to other brands. The pros: medium sized therefore lighter weight than corded saws, lots of power - no problem cutting throught 2x4's or 1 inch oak, cordless - no connecting extension cords, it has a push button blade lock for easy blade replacement, safety trigger release - for those with kids, batteries seem to last about as long as my cordless Hatchet Sawzall (probably could crosscut about 50 -75 2x4's, and it will run on Milwaukee's 18 volt Regular or Lithium Ion batteries. The cons: blades (6.5 inch) can be take a little time to locate at some of the commericial big box do-it-yourself places (I know the big orange stores sell them) and it has a left sided blade - not a really big deal since it works very well right handed , it just takes a couple of practice cuts to know where the blade is cutting like all saws.
Cordless circular saw great value
Product came quickly and was a very good value for the money. Milwaukee makes a good tool.
Three P's- perfect price and product
Well balanced yet heavy duty; cast aluminum base plate; love the left side saw blade so a right-hander can see the cut without having to look over the saw; great price and it came quickly
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