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RotoZip SS560VSC-50 120-Volt RotoSaw+ Variable Speed Spiral Saw Kit

by RotoZip
4.4 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews
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Rotosaw+ with Zip Mate Attachment
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  • Powerful, 6.0 amp 15-30k RPM spiral saw with constant speed technology
  • Make plunge cuts, flush cuts, cut-offs with spiral and wheel cutting capability in tile, wood, metal, plastics, drywall
  • Variable speed, soft-grip housing, and up-front on/off switch for comfort and control; compatible with all RotoZip accessories
  • Includes RotoSaw Spiral tool, ZipMate 4 right angle attachment, Shield 4 cutting guard, wheels, collet, storage bag, and more
  • Measures 14.5 by 5.5 by 9.4 inches
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  • RotoZip SS560VSC-50 120-Volt RotoSaw+ Variable Speed Spiral Saw Kit
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  • RotoZip CRCT4 Circle Cutter Guide
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  • RotoZip DM5 Dust Management Kit
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Product Description

Style: Rotosaw+ with Zip Mate Attachment

RotoZipâ€TMs powerful RotoSaw is designed to tackle the toughest applications. It is compatible with all RotoZip Connect® attachments, expanding the versatility beyond a traditional Spiral Sawâ"¢. The soft grip housings and up-front on/off switch provide comfort and control. Features: Integrated Dust Management Port reduces airborne debris for a cleaner work areaServiceable Motor Brushes help extend tool lifeWeight: 3.7 lbs.One-Year WarrantyCompatible Accessories: ZipBits, XBits, XCores, ZipWheels, XWheels, ZipDiscsCompatible Attachments: ZipMate, Direct Drive, Dust Management Kit, Circle Cutter GuideIncludes: •RotoSaw+ Spiral+ Tool, ZipMate 4 Right Angle Attachment, XShield 4 Cutting Guard, Support Handle, Wood XWheel, Metal ZipWheel, Tile ZipWheel, Drywall Guidepoint ZipBit, Multipurpose ZipBit, 1/8", 5/32", 1/4" Collets and Carrying Case.

Product Information

Style:Rotosaw+ with Zip Mate Attachment

Technical Details

Part Number SS560vsc-50
Item Weight 7.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 14.5 x 5.5 x 9.3 inches
Origin Mexico
Item model number SS560vsc-50
Color Black
Style Rotosaw+ with Zip Mate Attachment
Voltage 120 volts
Item Package Quantity 1
Number of Handles 2
Included Components case
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

Additional Information

ASIN B009K1H36E
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #22,554 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#42 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Rotary Tools
Shipping Weight 7.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First Available September 28, 2012

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By Y. R. Wu TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 25, 2012
Style Name: Rotosaw+ with Zip Mate Attachment Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Summary: Impressive and versatile tool that could use some improvements. May not be for the novice.

I had the opportunity to review the Dremel SM20-02 120-Volt Saw-Max Tool Kit which is a very similar tool. Compared to the Dremel, the Rotozip is a LOT bigger, heavier, and more versatile. Unfortunately, the old saying "Jack of all trades, master of none" applies here.

The RotoSaw, at it's most basic, is a handheld router /die grinder which also has a geared head that converts it to a 3-1/2" grinding disk/cutting wheel. It's nice that you can use this as a spiral cutter, though it's bulk means that you won't be going into the same corners that the RotoZip RZ1500-30 5.7 Amp Spiral Saw Kit or the DEWALT DW660SK 5-Amp 30,000 RPM Rotary Cut-Out Tool with 1/8-Inch and 1/4-Inch Collets, Side Handle, and Circle Cutter can get into, but the additional saw capability is well worth it.

The Dremel has only a 3" blade, while the RotoSaw has a 3-1/2" blade (The Rotosaw blades, particularly the metal cutting fiber blades, are less expensive than the Dremel.) More importantly, the guard/guide can be removed. This is good because it is more flexible, however it's not terribly safe so I wouldn't recommend it unless you're a very careful and experienced type.

Speaking of which, the Rotosaw guard needs some refinement. you can rotate it to either side but the issue I have with it is that the guard does not lock well into place.
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Style Name: Rotosaw+ with Zip Mate Attachment
I lay a lot of hardwood flooring and had always had an artistic problem with putting quarter-round against base molding in old construction - it just looked cheap. In small areas I would spend a few hours (and blades) using my Sonicrafter to undercut the base in order to make a clean, professional appearance. I have also used it to flush-cut plywood underlayment.
Then I saw this unit at a trade show and said for $100 bucks, let go for it. Unbelievable! This thing is soo fast and gives clean cuts too. The unit is strong as a horse and its attachments are easy to attach/remove. Some users may have an issue with its size as it is bigger & heavier than any other Roto-Zip I've ever seen.
The tool allows you to undercut existing base, leaving the perfect 1/16th spacing between base & you new flooring material. The head & cutting bit of the unit pivots 360 degrees - allowing you to cut all but the last 2 inches of an inside corner - this can easily be completed with an oscillating tool. The wood cutting bit that comes with the unit is carbide impregnated and last forever.
I've already have used it in 4 flooring jobs and have been nothing but pleased with the result. In addition, I recently used it to flush-cut plywood underlayment. It was soo much better (and safer) than a Sawzall.
This tool has save me hours - and I mean hours of "on your knees - sweat in your eyes" labor. It gives you to the opportunity to get the best professional looking job your skill will allow. This tool may not be for everyone, but a finish carpenter would love to have this thing in their truck.
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I had one of the first RotoZips they made and it was invaluable for certain projects. The one draw back it had was that it had no speed control. I recently managed to wear it out, but found I missed its versatility so I replaced it. The variable speed was definitely a deciding factor in getting this one. I don't mind the weight or size. Even though I have rather small hands and probably not as strong as most men, I have no trouble controlling it. It probably wouldn't be great for beginners because it is rather powerful and it could leap away due to inexperience rather than weight or size.

My one problem wit it, that kept it from getting five stars is the new guard they have added to protect the user from the rotating blade. Firstly it is way too big and wide, making it difficult to watch where the blade is moving. Secondly its too bulky to use in tighter situations, which was one of the assets of the RotoZip in the first place. And lastly, it covers entirely too much of the blade, making a great deal of it useless since it will not cut as deeply now. I know they did it for safety reasons, to cover the blade against thrown objects, to make it so the guard will rest on the surface being cut, and keep users from being able to bind the blades which could shatter.

I suppose that's okay and understandable, but by the same token, designing tools and equipment to protect the lowest common denominator in the stupid category, often cause people to circumvent the safety features. I know I have been contemplating changes so that I can get the same usefulness I had from the original. I wear safety equipment like gloves and eye protection, and I am familiar enough with tools to judge how to use them correctly, so the overbearing safety feature is more of a hindrance than a help.
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