Makita BSS610 18V 6-1/2" LXT Lithium-ion Circular Saw Hothttp://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/7c/4b/b2/70_BSS610400_1201728825.jpg
* 45-minute optimum charger (DC18SC)<br />
* Blade (A-85092)<br />
* Tool case (824757-7)
- Makita built, D35 high torque motor delivers maximum power for cutting 2x material at 45° with 50° maximum capacity
- Compact design at only 13-5/8" length and weighs only 7.1 lbs. for less operator fatigue
- Ergonomic shape fits like a glove with even pressure and easy control
- LXT Lithium-Ion provides longer run time, 5x lower self-discharge (for use any time) and 16 firm holding contact terminals (for constant high power)
- 45-minute Optimum Charger and battery communicates throughout the charging process using the built-in chip in the battery and built-in CPU chip in the charger. The Charger also uses "Active 3 Control" for current control, thermal control and voltage control
- 45-minute Optimum Charger has a built-in fan to cool the battery to produce more lifetime work
- Two built-in L.E.D. lights for more illuminated work
- Heavy gauge, precision machined base for smooth, accurate cutting and added durability
- Built-in dust blower enhances line of sight and keeps work piece clean
- Two-piece armature and field along with externally accessible brushes for serviceability and longer motor life
- 3-year warranty on tool and 1-year warranty on battery
Great little trim saw
This saw is great for light trim work, It's compact size and light weight make it very handy for light cutting. It does fall short for framing and sheathing type work.It is a very comfortable saw to use. The LED light is handy for working in areas with less than optimum lighting.
If your thinking of cutting much 2 X stock I think you would be happier with a 36 volt saw. If your doing cabinet installations or trim work you'll like this saw.
A minor gripe of mine is this saw being blade left with a left facing dust port end up filling my pocket with sawdust. I would buy another one of these saws if I could get it in a blade right configuration, like all good sidewinders should be.