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The Rockwell VersaCut RK3440K is a powerful, multi-functional ultra-compact circular saw which can cut different materials such as wood, flooring, plastic, ceramic tiles, slate, aluminum and even sheet metal. The VersaCut features a lightweight, compact, balanced design. A lot of jobs go quicker without having to drag out the big heavy circular saw. With the exception of framing houses, most cuts made with circular saws are on materials less than 1-Inch thick. With the VersaCut, you can tackle the job with ease, comfort, and control with just one hand. The slim grip handle improves comfort and enhances grip and control allowing you to guide the saw with just one hand. Quick, easy, and versatile. Release the lever, move the indicator to the desired depth, lock the lever, and make the cut. Turn on the laser indicator to guide where the blade will cut. Its that easy. Don’t be fooled by its compact design — this is no wimpy saw. The VersaCut is durable, with its steel base and metal inner and outer guards which are designed for prolonged life. Place your material, grab the VersaCut, set the depth and make the cut! Includes 1- HSS blade, 1- carbide-tipped blade, 1- diamond blade, and a convenient carry bag.
L'adaptateur pour aspirateur est très efficace. Outil très pratique.Published 1 month ago by S. Couture
For small jobs this saw works great. A regular skil saw it awkward for a left handed user. The Rockwell Versacut is easy to handle and manipulate with the left-hand. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James
Very, very happy. It lived up to its advertising. I would recommend this product to anyone doing small renovations in the home. The tile cutting blade was very useful as well.Published 1 month ago by Lin
Very useful tool. Little noise for me, but doing small cuts straight.
I am usually cutting top of cabinets to accommodate under-mount sinks... Read more
Havent used it but it seems pretty good tool I will let you knowPublished 4 months ago by raymartin