|Item Weight||31.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29 x 21 x 15 inches|
|Item model number||3600-02|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year, 30-day money back guarantee|
SKIL 3600-02 120-Volt Flooring Saw
|Price:||$203.70 + $27.30 shipping|
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- Portable saw makes accurate cross, miter, and rip cuts
- Dual sliding rails provide accuracy and effortless operation during cross and miter cuts
- Miter detents at 0, 22.5, and 45 degrees
- Innovative locking system secures saw on rails for rip cuts
- 3600 saw, 75540 4-3/8-inch 40-tooth blade, self-aligning rip/miter fence, blade wrench, clamp, push stick
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Tackling a floor installation project usually requires a miter and table saw, each designed for a specific task. However, the SKIL 3600-02 Flooring Saw's all-in-one design gives you everything you need in one portable, powerful package. Saving you time, energy and money, this flooring saw makes accurate cross, miter, and rip cuts.
Whether your installation project takes you to the attic or the basement, this flooring saw goes right along with you, making it a great alternative to larger bench-top tools. Now you can measure, cut, and place your flooring planks without having to get up and walk back and forth to wherever your miter and table saws are set up, which means you can complete your installation in less time. For further convenience, the compact SKIL 3600-02 Flooring Saw offers a built-in cord wrap, a handle for easy portability, and a convenient push stick that stores under the tabletop.
Cleanly Cuts Many Materials
With the ability to rip through hardwood, laminate, and engineered flooring, the SKIL Flooring Saw features a 40-tooth carbide-tipped blade that provides a clean cut without shredding or splintering. Design engineers at SKIL gave this all-in-one tool an aluminum tabletop height of 1-1/2 inches, the same height as a piece of scrap 2x material or two pieces of stacked oak hardwood flooring. This design safely supports extra-long flooring pieces, so they don't bend or tip off the table as you cut. In addition, dual sliding rails keep your material in place to provide accuracy and smooth operation during cross and miter cuts.
Simplifies Miter Cuts
This flooring saw has the capacity to make angled miter cuts between 0 and 47 degrees. Offering built-in miter table-top detents at 0, 22.5 and 45 degrees--the most common miter cut angles used in flooring installations--this flooring saw ensures cutting accuracy for all skill and experience levels.
About SKIL Power Tools
SKIL Power Tools is a leader in portable electric power tools and accessories, serving the consumer, do-it-yourself, and professional construction markets. Founded in 1924 with the invention of the worm drive SKILSAW, SKIL now delivers a complete line of power tools engineered to help do-it-yourselfers achieve home project success, while also providing professionals durable, cost-conscious tools for the jobsite.
What's in the Box
3600-02 120-volt flooring saw, (1) 75540 4 3/8-inch 40T blade, self-aligning rip/miter fence, blade wrench, clamp, and push stick.
Cut flooring planks to size quickly and easily, right where you're working.
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
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The video portion of the review contains the following details:
1) Setup of the Skill 3600 Flooring Saw
2) Overview of features
3) Basic operation
4) Switching between miter and ripping modes
5) Lots of free opinions :)
After using this flooring saw for a while, let me say that it is impressive for its size. As a DIY'er with limited space for tools I'm always looking for something that will fill multiple roles and this saw seems to have some promise in that area. Aside from use as a flooring saw, I'm hoping it will work in a pinch for some limited ripping as well; although it is limited by the 3/4" max thickness as well as the little 7 amp motor (both of which are fine for flooring).
So far, the function of the saw has been flawless and the only minor complaint I can even think of is the method used for changing blades (which I cover in the video).
Overall, I highly recommend this saw for either DIY'ers that don't already have a table saw + miter saw or for people who want something portable for installing floors.
Watch D. Matheny video in Amazon's reviews. He covers it all.
Pros so far:
Light weight, easy to carry
Easy to switch from ripping mode to miter cuts
unusual blade size
I started using a cordless Ryobi saw which wasn't very accurate for cutting anything! Less than a third through I came across an ad at Home depot for A Laminate Saw which I immediately purchased/ ordered because they sell it online only ($149)... it was also made for/by Ryobi which was an improvement over the Ryobi Cordless saw, but still had many shortcomings:
1- the visual saw guide for ripping is not very precise: within 1/4" give or take.
2- The fence does not align anytime you move it; and very inaccurate... one has to use a Square every time to align it properly. The fence itself is the cheapest you can get.
3- The Ends of the sliding rails are not covered and saw dust requires cleaning and oiling very often.
4- only one trigger
5- The saw blade needs replacing quite often... and home depot doesn't carry it in stock.
By the time I got halfway through ...I discovered that Lowes sells also the Laminate Saw made by/for Skil ($149) ... When I saw it and tested it at Lowes , I was amazed how much better made it was:
- Very accurate visual saw guide.
- a better fence all around, and very accurate.
- Covered rail sleeves to protect from saw.
- Double trigger: one for ripping and one the miter
- They had replacement saw blades in stock
So I bought the Skil and 2 replacement blades in case, and took back the Junky Ryobi!
Skil turned out to be more precise in every respect and has a cleaner cut... I am finished with the installation and did not need to replace the blade yet.
The only gripe is it can't cut (miter) quarter rounds because they are 1" + thick (the side that needs to be trimmed!)
(it is obvious from the way it is set up that a third Chinese party Manufacturer makes it for both Skil and Ryobi to their own specifications.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My wife and I pretty much added a 28 X 32 foot addition on to our house with our own 2 hands. (and yes, we are still happily married and haven't had to go to the emergency room... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gerald M.
Used this saw to install about 1100 feet of Shaw floating floor in our rental condo and it worked great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NC Golfer
I've been using this saw for years now. I brag about it whenever someone needs flooring done. The only drawback is I want to buy a second one so I don't have to constantly change... Read morePublished 3 months ago by AlaskaBuyer
For a homeowner laying or repairing floors in their home, this is a good saw. But if I were a professional I'd get a miter saw and a table saw or maybe get this one for small jobs. Read morePublished 7 months ago by GracieLou731
Love this for cutting hardwood floors and laminate flooring. Easy to store away.Published 7 months ago by Unclecreepy
Did 3 rooms with this saw . It was very easy to use. I attached my shop vac to it and it kept the dust down a lot as long as I remembered to turn the vac on before starting the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by w.c. holloway
I give it 5 stars for now and will come back a year from now to re-rate it if it is still working ...Published 12 months ago by Victor