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I need a circular saw for a few random jobs. Nothing more than DIY. I was planning on spending lesser on a makita corded saw. However, a friend has suggested I spend slightly more and buy a bare cordless Dewalt saw and use my two 1.3Ah batteries from my drill.

I don’t need a cordless saw, I’ll never be far from a plug socket. My drill doesn’t get a great deal of use (once a month maybe) so it would be good to get my monies worth from the batteries. That said when the batteries die that probably means a new drill and a new saw. A corded makita saw would probably last me a lifetime.

Any other suggestions? 

 

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a circular saw is good at doing straight cuts fast. but if you need to do curved cuts, a circular saw can't do it.

alternative for you is to get a jigsaw which can do straight cuts (slower than circular saw) and also do curved cuts.

 

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