|Item Weight||17.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.6 x 17 x 10.7 inches|
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|Item model number||6390-21|
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|Warranty Description||Limited warranty, 30-day no-risk trial.|
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Milwaukee 6390-21 7-1/4-Inch 15-Amp Tilt-Lok Circular Saw
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- 15-amp, 5,800 rpm, and 3-1/4-horsepower motor with spindle lock and quick-lock cord
- Locking, tilting main handle adjusts for comfort
- Aircraft aluminum shoe and soft-grip handle
- Kit includes 6390-20 saw, blade, wrench, and case
- 13-3/4 inches, 10.4 pounds, 5-year warranty
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Top Customer Reviews
Another great feature is the fact that if you set this saw to a shallow cutting depth, the handle stays where it belongs or where you want it to be - down near the work -- instead of getting way up in the air where it's hard to control. Also, the blade guard handle is back off the shoe where it's easy and safe to grab. Setting a bevel on this saw is a dream. The markings are clear and the lock comes easy to the hand. On some saws the shoe is thin and "bendy" or too narrow. This one is almost perfect.
Now a circular saw is probably the second most personal tool a carpenter will own right after a hammer. I wouldn't be surprised if every saw here on Amazon got five stars, because everyone likes something a little different with their saws. You have to decide which features are right for you. There are almost more opinions about which saw is better than there are saws. That's why I used a 77 for 30 years without changing. But the first time I pulled the trigger on this saw it was clear that the sheer power was going to make for accurate cuts and pleasant work. This is also one of the lightest saws there is - at least amongst the beefy framing saws. It was time for a change. No saw is perfect - here are the gigs: This saw is a bit noisy. It has a good blade guard but it still would be nice to have a blade brake. Maybe someday Milwaukee will read this and make one that has a left blade. That would make my day.
1. Power - This thing will cut through it all and it helps with accuracy of the cut. It also just sounds great when you fire this thing up. 2. Weight - Light and easy to handle. 3. Adjustments - Easy, quick and accurate. No effort or tools required except for blade change, and even that is easy and quick. 4. Base - Large, sturdy and the cut line is quite visible. 5. Trigger - Responsive and crisp. On some saws it takes quite a bit of effort to keep power to the trigger
The downsides: The case is a giant and takes up way too much space. The blade that comes with the saw is cheesy.
The bottom line: Circular saws will last a long time, so spend the bucks on a good one, like the Milwaukee. You will be glad you did. If you buy this saw, you will find excuses to use it often.
13 years. I have taken it in for service every other year whether its
needed it or not (cleaning, lube etc.). Its never failed me, it had
to have the shoe/base plate replaced 2 times (after falling of roofs),
cut the cord twice etc. And its not been used every day,
occaisonally, but now I am a full-time sub doing interior trim. I
needed to make a few cuts with a circular saw, but did not have mine
with me. I borrowed the newer Old Mil. from a framer, made the rough
cuts for blocks that I needed, then put in a 40 tooth finish blade to
cut some stair skirt boards. I guess that I am feeling like I'm
cheating on my old girl, because I really like this new saw. A couple
more amps, alot of balance with that speed-lock handle-they took a
classic and made it better, just like a Cadillac. I'm going to have
to work this into my tool budget, and just keep the old girl at home.
You will pay more for the Milwaukee up front; I bought my first saw 13
years ago for approx. $120.00 ;...You do the math, you owe it to
yourself to give it a shot.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
At work, we call it "The Best Saw In The World." I am a timberframer and use this saw to cut kerfs at the correct depth. Read morePublished 7 days ago by D. Humphrey
A sturdy, lightweight circular saw that works how it should.Published 12 days ago by michael sieger
I bought the Milwaukee circular saw after researching circular saws and watching Youtube vidios for operation and comparison to other types of
circular saws. Read more
THIS WAS GIVEN AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT AND I KNOW THAT HE IS VERY HAPPY WITH THIS SAW.Published 7 months ago by Richard F. Ward
Good power, great case, plenty of easy adjustments, legendary Milwaukee reliability.Published 7 months ago by KG
This is the best saw of it's kind ever made. I started carpenter work in 1957 and am still working and this one is the absolute best I have ever used. Read morePublished 10 months ago by randy ward
It is a good as the old Porter Cable saws that were available 20 years ago. Easy to handle and safe tool.Published 10 months ago by Alan C.