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      Craftsman Professional  15 amp Corded 7-1/4'' Hypoid Saw

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      Reg Price: $149.99
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      Specifications & Dimensions

      Dimensions and Weight:
      Item Weight (lbs.): 13.5
      Product Overview:
      Package Contents: Saw Blade, Blade Wrench, Edge Guide
      RPM: 4400
      Saw Type: Inline
      Color:
      Color/Finish: Red/black
      Handles:
      Handle Type: D grip Front
      Cord:
      Cord Length (ft.): 10
      Blade:
      Blade Size: 7-1/4 in.
      Motor-Engine:
      Amps: 15.0
      Gearing Type: Hypoid
      Speed Capability: Single
      Cutting Tool:
      Blade Bevel Range: 0-51 degrees
      Cut Depth At 45 Degrees: 1-13/16 in.
      Cut Depth At 90 Degrees: 2-3/8 in.
      Spindle Lock: Yes

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      This Craftsman 15 Amp Corded 7 1/4inch Saw Cuts Clean Fast

      Built with a powerful 15 amp motor and heavy duty gear box, this Craftsman professional 28195 15 amp corded 7 1/4inch not only powers through tough materials, but delivers optimum performance, reduces vibration and calms saw torque. A solid tool for any jobsite, it’s equipped with magnesium upper and lower guards for lightweight, corrosion-free performance, while the integrated dust chute cuts down on messes.

      Featuring a 4,400 RPM max operating speed and responsive electric brake, whether you’re ripping sheet after sheet of ply, or are laying a few precision cuts into a counter top, the Craftsman 15 amp corded 7 1/4inch saw gives you a balance of speed and control that means a job well done. Equipped with at 24 carbide tipped Freud Avanti blade and built to stand up to some of the toughest working conditions around, add this circular saw to your arsenal, and get the job done with Craftsman.

      • Craftsman professional 28195 15 amp corded 7 1/4inch includes: Circular saw, blade and heavy duty guides
      • Rubber grips and ergonomic design enhance comfort and control
      • 51 degree bevel capacity features positive 45 degree stop
      • Spindle lock makes blade changes fast and easy
      • Heavy duty gear box delivers smooth rolling performance
      • Electric brake stops the blade fast
      • Heavy duty edge guide makes straight cutting easy
      • Tuff cord reinforcement protects from scraps and abrasions
      • Easy to adjust height and bevel settings make it quick on the job

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      Added on May 13, 2010

       

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      24 Reviews Write a review
      18 Reviewers (75.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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      Praise6 found this helpful
      BrooklynBay
      Feb 8 , 2008
      It's a powerful saw.
      This is a pretty powerful saw. It is advertised that it has an electric brake, but it still runs on for a few seconds, but not as long as other saws. The bolt which locks the blade in place gives you the option of either using their hex head allen style key or a box wrench. I have an offset type of wrench from an old saw which seems to fit perfectly, and prefer to use that over their key since it gives me a better grip to make the bolt tight. It comes with an end guide rip fence, but no carry case or LEDs to illuminate the work area or to be used as a guide. It came with a Craftsman 3D sanding tool as a bonus for ordering it online.
      Criticism9 found this helpful
      Romad10
      Dec 20 , 2013
      Wont cut True and plastic guard handle is garbage!
      I had the exact same problem as another reviewer. "bought this saw back in April for a deck project. After cutting the mostly 2 X 10's with no problem, I moved onto 6 X 6 posts, this is where I discovered a design flaw. The blade and the saw deck aren't true, off by about 3 degrees. This is not noticed on shallow cuts, but on deeper cuts that utilize the full cutting depth this is seen. " Now i didnt return it to see if another one had the issue, BUT it hits the bottom of the motor and you cannot get to ZERO.. it sits around 1-2 degrees which causes problems, right??? HELLO SEARS! you ever test out your stuff??? so the other guy that left a review had 2 of them that did that, and I have a saw that also does it.. so out of 2 people, and 3 saws and all 3 do it? pretty sure that they are all like that! Then the stupid plastic safety guard handle broke off.. I set it down the FIRST TIME and it broke off.. give me a break right? so i called up sears corporate and talked to the folks there.. tehy said they cant do anythign about it and the replacement part is also plastic. So a $125.00 saw is rendered useless because of a $0.05 part? forget that. I made my own out of 1/8" steel x 1" wide and bent it to where i could use the saw... Sears, you can make the stuff out of magnesium but you cant get it to ZERO and you put on plastic parts on the magnesium? come on... I will buy a RIDGID once this thing blows up or when I throw it out of the back of my truck into the ditch. Idiotic mechanical engineers need to be relieved of duty!
       

      JohnDerek

      Tuttle, OK

      Jan 23 , 2015
      via sears.com
      Overall
      Great saw

      Broke my old saw and this was the perfect replacement/upgrade.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      ajamco

      Newberry Springs, CA

      Jan 10 , 2015
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      saw

      the best gear drive drive saw that I havere used tight wight and the rafter hook is a real pluss

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

      The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product.
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      fixit5

      Menifee, CA

      Oct 2 , 2014
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      My new saw

      I have always had a skill saw, but this saw is the best I have used. It is easy to guide and a pleasure to work with. A wonderful addition to my tool selection.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Romad10

      Bloomfield, IN

      Dec 20 , 2013
      Overall
      Wont cut True and plastic guard handle is garbage!

      I had the exact same problem as another reviewer. "bought this saw back in April for a deck project. After cutting the mostly 2 X 10's with no problem, I moved onto 6 X 6 posts, this is where I discovered a design flaw. The blade and the saw deck aren't true, off by about 3 degrees. This is not noticed on shallow cuts, but on deeper cuts that utilize the full cutting depth this is seen. " Now i didnt return it to see if another one had the issue, BUT it hits the bottom of the motor and you cannot get to ZERO.. it sits around 1-2 degrees which causes problems, right??? HELLO SEARS! you ever test out your stuff??? so the other guy that left a review had 2 of them that did that, and I have a saw that also does it.. so out of 2 people, and 3 saws and all 3 do it? pretty sure that they are all like that! Then the stupid plastic safety guard handle broke off.. I set it down the FIRST TIME and it broke off.. give me a break right? so i called up sears corporate and talked to the folks there.. tehy said they cant do anythign about it and the replacement part is also plastic. So a $125.00 saw is rendered useless because of a $0.05 part? forget that. I made my own out of 1/8" steel x 1" wide and bent it to where i could use the saw... Sears, you can make the stuff out of magnesium but you cant get it to ZERO and you put on plastic parts on the magnesium? come on... I will buy a RIDGID once this thing blows up or when I throw it out of the back of my truck into the ditch. Idiotic mechanical engineers need to be relieved of duty!


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      Aug 30 , 2013
      Overall
      Great Saw

      Used this saw for some framing work and a deck project so far. Found a pro review on youtube.com that was right-on prior to purchase. Very powerful saw, cuts cleanly and true w/o binding. Would prefer a metal blade guard handle but that's minor. Otherwise, contractor quality at a great price.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      DallasBricker

      Fort Worth, TX

      Mar 1 , 2013
      via sears.com
      Overall
      Did the job

      I use these saws to cut masonry with diamond blades. This particular job was concrete and it cut thru like butter without any real bogging down. This is my first Craftsman worm drive (Hypoid). Very impressed so far.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      remodel43

      Wappingers Falls, NY

      Jan 9 , 2013
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      Best saw I have purchased really Great tool

      I have had many other top name brand saws and this is by far the best for all myHome remodel jobs. Well built and look towards many years of use

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

      The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product.
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      radialarmRick

      Reston, VA

      Oct 18 , 2012
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      One Fine Saw

      I've been using this type of saw for more than thirty years. We used to simply call this a "worm drive" saw; Craftsman labels it "hypoid". The fact is, the gearing (the axis of the electric motor is at a right angle to the axis of the blade) utilized in this type of saw reduces the vibration; this feature enables excellent control and allows for exceptionally precise cutting. The saw provides good control for depth of cut and angle of cut, and the ergonomics of the saw allow excellent visibility of the cutting edge. This type of saw is heavier than a typical circular saw; but it functions more efficiently. This is the second Craftsman Professional Hypoid Saw I've purchased in three years (a result of needing this type of saw in different locations; plus, I've owned a third Craftsman worm drive for a decade), and I was delighted to find this exceptional tool for a very reasonable price. Based on my experience, I can highly recommend this saw to an amateur or a professional user.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      arun11

      Wichita, KS

      Jun 13 , 2012
      via sears.com
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      So Far So Good...

      Have used the saw many times since purchase without incident. Hopefully it continues to perform without problems. Bought on sale for right around $100. Pretty nice saw for the money

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      sumrandomdork

      Clayton, CA

      May 22 , 2012
      Overall
      Happy sawing fool...

      I had been looking at replacing my old Skil saw that was a "gift" from my late grandfather. I found this saw at a great price with an online deal. I fired it up a week ago and couldn't be happier. It cut with ease through the redwood I was working with. It has plenty of power to cut through just about any wood type you can come across. You can also change out the blade to cut items like masonry. I have been a fan of Frued blades for a while and was really glad this saw came with one already. The best part of this saw, coming from a sidwinder type saw..........is the blade on the left! I can finally cut in a straight line and see what I am doing. I would recommend this saw to anyone looking to upgrade their circular, for a few more bucks you get a higher quality saw that in many ways is easier to use.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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