|Item Weight||12.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.2 x 11.4 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||ZRCSB123|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One Year Warranty|
Factory-Reconditioned Ryobi ZRCSB123 12 Amp 7-1/4-in Circular Saw
|Price:||$47.69 & FREE Shipping|
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|Item Package Weight||12.05 pounds||11.1 pounds||14.2 pounds||8.5 pounds|
|Voltage||120||120 Volts||120 Volts||120 Volts|
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Top Customer Reviews
Cons: Seems unstable. I am unable to follow a straight line on a piece of plywood. Thought it was me, but when my Craftsman arrived with my other tools, I realized it was the saw.
Blade is worthless. Good for demonstrating that the saw can spin a blade, and that's about it.
Throws saw dust at user. Rip a piece of half inch plywood, and you won't know what color your hair is. I was covered with sawdust. Yes, my Craftsman throws some sawdust at the user too, but this one dumps it on the user.
Bottom line, spend a few more bucks and get a different saw. Sorry I got this one. Now that I have my old circular saw here, I am taking this down to Goodwill. I would feel guilty selling it to anybody.
The housing of the saw and the sole plate simply won't stay aligned. Plus the thin sole plate on mine is no longer flat when you put a straightedge to it, causing cuts against a straightedge to start veered off course (which makes the blade bind). I replaced it with a new Makita. It's too bad, the motor is very strong but the rest of the assembly is just too flimsy for any detail work. I'll keep it for use with a metal cutting blade or Hardi cement blade or if I'm doing a demo job where there might be nails in wood.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't use it a whole lot but it has worked well when I've needed it and the price was great.Published 12 months ago by Beemar
For us Yankee DIYs this guy works well enough to keep us ripping up rebel lumber and the occasional unwary hitchhiker.Published 21 months ago by Ricky RamBooty McKinnon
Great saw but the blade was a tad big for it. A 6 & 1/2 inch blade would be betterPublished 21 months ago by j e creek
This saw works just fine for my purposes: occasional project use around the house. It has angulation setting capacity, motor does not bog down when cutting 2x10's or 4x4's. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Whitjr
My need for a circular saw is random and occasional. I can not rate this one as 'I love it' [5 star] because I rarely use one or have much experience with other brands. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Lauri Mannikko
I got this saw a while ago, thinking I was going to do a project with my father, only he got ill and that never happened. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Kindle Customer
This was bought to replace a similar (different brand) circular saw that I inheirited from my father-in-law, which was almost 50 years old, and finally just gave up. Read morePublished on January 28, 2014 by Rainbowmoon
POS!!! The saw was not mounted on its platform properly, and could not cut straight. If it wasn't for my employee failing to tell me this immediately, I would've returned it. Read morePublished on December 5, 2013 by Joe Stanke
Works and looks like as if it were New. I dont know what else to say so I am just trying to eat up the last few words that are required.Published on November 14, 2013 by James B