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I had a chance to use the circle cutting attachment on a project and it was so nice and easy.
I found that the center point drifted in these applications, and it was too hard to affix the center point to the material being cut.
I had the same problem as others in that the round adapter was missing from the sealed package.
Worked great installing ceiling speakers. You just have to make sure your pivot hole is big enough so the guide pin allows the Rotozip to ride flat on the drywall or it cuts a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jackie B., Sylmar, Ca
Excellent accessory for my Rotozip tool. My package arrived a day early and was well wrapped and the tool itself was in the original packaging. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ray
We have a RotoZip that is used for all kinds of projects, but when we heard about this cutter, we decided we could use it for more projects.Published 5 months ago by WACVET1976
What an easy way to cut circles of most any diameter.It is a great addition which makes the roto zip tool more versatile.Published 11 months ago by retired1
Point on the center pivot is rather blunt. Doesn't puncture the face of drywall easily. Once it's in, cuts a circle very easily. Setup and attachment to Zip is easy.Published 15 months ago by Mark Horton
I bought this item from Amazon. The parts supplied are not as shown in the picture on this website. It was missing a "round adapter. Read morePublished on April 25, 2012 by BobT
In case someone is reading this now in 2011 (most reviews were much older), rotozip/Bosch will send you the round insert base (2610921537/100184) for free. Read morePublished on November 4, 2011 by Jim
Even though pictured in the catalog, the circle cutter does not come with the adapter for the model SCS 01 tool. I called Rotozip and they mailed me the adapter free of charge.Published on October 29, 2010 by P. MCCRADY
This thing probably works in some applications. I found it more trouble to use than necessary. Just take out a Sharpy and mark a circle and cut it out..... Read morePublished on June 18, 2010 by KingTweezy