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Bosch 1677M 7-1/4-Inch 120-Volt Wormdrive Saw

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  • Left side blade design - Unmatched line of sight and blade visibility
  • Powerful 15 Amp
  • All ball-bearing motor with worm drive gear train
  • Die cast magnesium footplate - For greater strength
  • Anti-snag lower guard - To minimize snagging in wood
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Dimensions 7.75 inches x 21.75 inches x 8.88 inches 8.88 inches x 20.75 inches x 7.75 inches 9 inches x 9.5 inches x 22.3 inches 9.65 inches x 20.87 inches x 12.2 inches
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BOS1677M Features: -Left side blade design - Unmatched line of sight and blade visibility. -All ball-bearing motor with worm drive gear train. -Built-in saw hook For easy storage between cuts. -Anti-snag lower guard To minimize snagging in wood. Power Source: -Electric. Maximum Amperage: -15. Portable-Handheld: -Yes. Generic Specifications: -Powerful 15 Amp. -50 bevel capacity with positive stop at 45.

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7-1/4" Worm Drive with Rear Handle Construction Saw


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Technical Details
Part Number BOS1677M
Item Weight17 pounds
Product Dimensions21.8 x 8.9 x 7.8 inches
Item model number1677M
SizeDiamond
ColorNA
FinishNA
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description30 day money back guarentee, 1 year manufactuer warranty
  
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ASINB00173B148
Best Sellers Rank #32,907 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight17.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2005
  
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Ted Welch on December 12, 2001
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My crew and I have been using a prototype version of this tool for several months now. It's everyone's favorite saw. For rip cuts the rear handle is nicely angled to give the user greater control . The leftside blade design provides excellent visibility. We also liked the anti-snag feature in the design of the lower blade guard. The 15 amp motor and the magnesium housing give the saw both power and stability. The magnesium footplate tracked nicely along straightedges - not riding up like the stamped ones on other makes. Any downsides? Yes. It's such an attractive saw that it was the first tool taken in a smash and grab theft from my locked van while my crew was working inside.
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43 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Bob Feeser TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 18, 2003
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The Bosch Worm Drive Construction saw is so well made, that you might want to put it behind glass for awhile. You can tell this is a quantum leap in quality. The fit, the finish, the exactness are all there. Fresh out of the box, I took a 2x6, set the blade depth, and hand cut through it without a guide. Then I took the Bosch Digital Protractor, and measured the angle of the cut. (Another highly recommended item. It measures in tenths of a degree, which is equal to 3600 dots in a circle, no matter how small the circle.) When I measured the angle of the cut, just using the factory set detent for 90 degrees (plunged all the way to the end) it measured 89.9 degrees. That is accurate to within a tenth of a degree. There is an allen wrench able, threaded stop that you can adjust for that detent. So I could tweak it to totally perfect if I want to get the last tenth of a degree. For now it is sufficient :-) It is nice that Bosch takes the time to accurately set up the saw from the factory.
The nice thing about the cut in the 2x6 was that it was super smooth, just using the 24 tooth, very sharp blade that comes with the saw. Almost imperceptible saw marks anywhere on the edge. That is something for a non-edge guided handheld circular saw. It didn't even slow down, and no need to put on ear protection to use it. If I can exaggerate, and only a little, this thing is about as quiet as an electric can opener. The geared transmission gives it a smooth, slower spin rate, that is able, thanks to the gear reduction, to plow through anything. I have never met a saw that cut with such ease.
The other thing is that this saw almost guides itself. I don't exactly know why, but I have had to fight to keep a line on lesser saws. This one keeps the line for you, or at least it seems that way.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By OGRE THE SAW MAN on May 8, 2002
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I've been building houses for 12 years and have become a worm drive lover . The first saw I cut my teeth on was the work horse skill saw it was very heavy and the guard gets caught on everything which required 2 hands for most of my tasks.
Then came the dewalt it was much lighter and very smooth to operate .However the motor and gears make a lot of rattling noises and I'm on my third one in approx. 5 yrs but I was willing to keep buying them because of how easy they are to use
Then bosch came out with this saw it is light enough powerful and boy is it smooth it's guard is even smoother than the dewalt .As many are aware bosch and skil are together now and they came up with this long awaited answer to my quest
Simply put this is the longest lasting most user friendly saw that there is
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bill S. on May 9, 2002
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This saw is awesome. It has all of the innovative fearures of the Dewalt saw, with the proven chassis of the Skill 77. This saw is powerful, very light, and has great features like a magnesium shoe, 50 degree bevel, rafter hook, and a smoother guard for angle and bevel cuts. I would highly recommend this saw. It is definitely worth the extra $20 over the Mag.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ron Bogart on May 24, 2002
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I own this saw. I frame houses and use this saw everyday. It is the best saw I have used. I have tried every saw on the market. It is lighter, more powerfull and feels better in the hand than any other wormdrive saw. This saw comes with a hook that is soooo nice. There are less table parts to replace if you do just happen to drop it. The table and miter gauge are one piece. This means better angles and virtuly impossible to get out of alignment.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Winiewicz on December 11, 2003
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My Skil 77 was a tired old work horse so I started shopping around for a new worm-drive saw. There were several new left side blade saws on the market, but they looked and felt cheap and I was really happy with worm drive. I was about to settle on another Skil 77 when I ran across this beautiful piece of machinery. What sold me was the extra 2 amps of power. Having used the 13amp Skil for many years, I was surprised to find this 15 amp monster. This Bosch has about the same feel of the Skil. The 15 amp motor doesn't slow down at all even when ripping through wet, heavy, pressure treated lumber. I bought this saw a year ago and it is still an absolute joy to work with. It cuts smoothly, straight and true. The plate is much better built than that on my skil. I still have my skil 77 and use that for ripping up pallets and scrap lumber for the camp fires!
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By DK on October 31, 2005
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First, let me say this: I'm not in construction. I don't use this saw for framing or cutting rafters, etc. I'm a furniture maker and I wanted a good agile saw for cutting rough lengths of stock and sheet goods. This saw might be a little overkill for what I need, but it does what I need VERY well. There's something about a wormdrive saw...it can't be explained, you have to try it.

What I like:

* This saw, surprisingly, cuts like butter through *everything*. My true test was 8/4 White Oak and I braced myself for kickback or bog-down...and almost lost control of the saw when it zipped though it like nothing. Scared me!

* It's a nice low profile saw. Less machine means more view, better control.

* I'm getting used to, and falling in love with using a "lefty" saw. It's hard to get used to not leaning over to see your cut line, but once you try it, you won't go back. I don't like stabilizing the base with my hand so close to the blade, but you find other ways.

* I never used the blade that came with it. I immediately replaced mine with a Freud Diablo 24 TPI Framing blade...sweeeeet! Highly recommended.

What I don't like:

* This saw is heavy. Really really really heavy. It's deceptive because it's such a small profile saw, but you'll be surprised the first time you heft it.

* Start up torque is immense. Lay the front of the saw flat on a surface, pull the trigger, and the right side of the base will jump a full inch off the table. This means you need to keep a death grip on the handle and keep it well away from your work-piece until the saw is up to speed.

* NO CASE. I know it's a contractor's saw that is expected to be in use more than traveling, but I know a lot of circular saws that come with cases...
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