Skilsaw SPT70WM-22 Diablo 10-1/4-Inch Circular Saw Review
- Lightweight, portable magnesium and brass geared worm saw.
- The 15 amp dual field motor is powerful and efficient through demanding cuts.
- It features a productive blade wrench and dust blower for ease of use.
- 40-tooth carbide-tipped blade has a secure twist and lock feature.
- An accurate and sturdy 51-degrees bevel cut with dual positive stops at 0 and 45-degrees.
Magnesium is lightweight but sturdy. It’s a rare combination to find in a worm drive saw. With worm drive saws, the motor of Skilsaw SPT70WM-22 is mounted at the side, so this compels the saw to move faster which stabilizes functionality.
And magnesium offers a good speed without the use of any additional gears. With the 15 amp motor, the magnesium and brass combination is superior and reliable.
Magnesium and brass also reduce the overall weight of the worm drive saw. With the 4,700 RPM speed and no-load motor capacity, the efficiency and accuracy with which the magnesium construction performs are unique.
The Skilsaw Diablo SPT70WM-22 offers better durability and speed, all thanks to the 15 amp dual field motor and its no-load capacity. It’s likely that this worm drive saw will deliver more power than you expected.
It features a big, but not too bulky design, and it cuts smoothly through 4x material in a single pass.
Though it has a sufficient cutting speed of 4,700 RPM, it’s easier to maneuver. The Diablo blade it runs with features a 40-tooth carbide construction. So it has larger teeth which reduce lagging and maximize speed.
The worm drive saw is also less likely to get affected by shock or rattling or loud noise. It runs smoothly, combined with the versatility that most worm drive saws offer, better than regular saws that are too frail to run with the added disadvantage of higher shock.
So yes, the Skilsaw Diablo can withstand intense and demanding projects because it offers more stability, power, and muscle to move forward with.
Accurate Cutting Performance
Cross-cutting and ripping are easier to do with a worm drive saw. Especially with the Skilsaw, because it has multiple features that get the job done perfectly well. Such as the Diablo blade, 51-degrees bevel kick, and twist and lock configuration.
Let’s talk about the Diablo blade for a second and why it’s necessary for you. A blade that just cuts basic cuts is what everybody craves, right? But what about a blade that can go through both direct and angled cuts like it’s no big deal? And it’s supported by a strong, 15 amp dual motor and a speedy 4,700 RPM. Such a high-quality blade will cater to your personal needs, causing no problem working in a tough or limited working area.
Moving on, with the 51-degrees bevel kick, the blade works more accurately. It can cut effectively at an angle for all kinds of cuts. Most exclusively cross-cutting, trimming, ripping, and sharpening.
The design of the saw improves the ease of angling and cutting. Whether you’d like to use the blade in a specific cutting pattern with the bevel.
This is also where the twist and lock feature comes in handy. It ensures a secure, stable, and tenacious cutting line. This kind of ease of use and stability, and most important resistance, is what most people get in commercial-grade tools.
A worm drive saw with a multi-functional wrench is a special one. It ensures smooth and efficient delivery because it resists inconsistencies and delays in changing blades.
The Skilsaw offers a quick and sturdy multi-function wrench that lets you switch blades and adjust the bevel angle without any inconvenience.
A multi-functional wrench tool is designed for added convenience. It prevents user fatigue, saves time, and can be used again and again without losing sight of the cutting job. So you’re less likely to get distracted on the job.
It also features an integrated dust blower for better convenience on sight. This maintains a clear sight of the cutting line. Making the saw not only easier to use but also quite comfortable to hold while cutting wood.
One of the major issues with regular cutting saws is that even though the blades have more teeth, there will always be a large mess to get rid of before you can continue. So when working with chipping, cross-cutting, or ripping, an integrated dust blower is of big help.
The spindle lock, depth adjustment, and multi-function wrench keep the power and cutting performance of the Skilsaw smooth and efficient for a long time.
Specification: Skilsaw SPT70WM-22 Diablo 10-1/4-Inch Circular Saw Review