Anyone that has embarked on any home improvement project knows the importance of having a great circular saw. Why do I say great, not good? The circular saw is going to be used for your beginning components to the finish of your product. If you do not start your project with truly clean and accurate cuts things can get difficult for you at the end of the project.
On my latest project, I leant heavily on Black and Decker’s new BDECS300C 13 Amp Circular Saw. The 7 ¼ inch powerhouse went through 2x4s like a knife going through butter. The ergonomic design of this lightweight saw made the task quick with no hand or arm fatigue. With my studs cut it was time for me to move on to my plywood.
The BDECS300C 13 Amp Circular Saw conveniently has a built-in laser. The laser allowed me to make straight accurate cuts without the need of a chalk line. The saw delivered clean cuts every time with no splintering of the plywood or any other material I worked with during the project.
At the end of the project is was time for me to switch to my fine finish saw blade. Truth be told I hate changing saw blades. The BDECS300C 13 Amp Circular Saw incorporates a spindle lock allowing for fast and easy blade changes. My finish work was as clean and accurate as every other cut I made even on my bevel cuts.
The BDECS300C 13 Amp Circular Saw was instrumental in allowing me to finish this project in record time. While speed is always critical the most important thing was the accuracy of this saw help my deliver a professional looking finished project.