June 13, 2007

Milwaukee 6390-21 Tilt-Lok 7-1/2” Circular Saw

milwaukee_tilt_LOK.jpgMilwaukee has a new circular saw called the Tilt-Lok that distinguishes itself from the pack with its interesting multi-position handle. Our complaint with Milwaukee circular saws has always been the fact that the handle is perched up on top of the saw, as opposed to behind it, making for an, at times, awkward cut. This new saw not only solves that problem, but it adds seven other positions for the handle to be in.

But the innovative handle isn’t the only good thing about the saw. The saw is light (10.5 lbs), powerful (3.25 hp), and durable. According to Milwaukee, the Tilt-Lok saw lasts eight times as long as other leading brands. They’ve got all sorts of official-looking charts on the subject here.

The saw comes with a case, a blade, and a wrench. It retails between $150 and $200.

Available at Tool King and Amazon.com

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at June 13, 2007 11:07 AM


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