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By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Northern Tool + Equipment, Generators, pressure washers, air compressors, power tools, trailers, heaters, stoves, food processing, go karts, and more! Rockwell has recently come out with a new compact circular saw, model RK3441K, that can cut through standard 2x material in a single pass without having to flip the work over.
You might have already heard of Rockwell’s Versacut compact circular saw, and if so, their new saw should look familiar. The street price of the new compact circular saw looks to be $129 (at Lowes), while the original Versacut is ~$109 via Amazon.
It looks like this could be a good option for anyone looking for a smaller and lighter alternative to a full-size circular saw. It does look to have a worm drive motor and gearing configuration, but to call it a worm drive saw might give the false impression of its power. Even though the Versacut cannot handle 2x materials, it should still be handy for sheet goods, trim, and other not-so-thick materials.
I would be hesitant to think of this as a circular saw replacement, not only because of the small shoe, but because of the ergonomics and blade availability.
Perhaps I’m the odd one out here, but I never thought that a full-size circular saw was too unwieldy.
As a DIY-er with a limited budget, need, and room for tools, owning a full size circular saw is a must. The only con I can think of for this saw is that the smaller blades might need to be replaced way sooner. Ages ago I got the first 14.4V DeWalt circular saw and used the hell out of it for small stuff all the way to building garages and home additions. This topic contains 8 replies, has 7 voices, and was last updated by  hdpro 2 years ago.


I received the Rockwell VersaCut saw as a gift and overall I have been impressed with the saw.
I use my cordless multi master with the diamond for this with a vac catching the dust right below it.
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But although the two saws are close in price and have some of the same on-paper features, they look like completely different tools.
There are a couple of suitable blade options available on Amazon, but hardware selections might be scarce.
This model looks like it could be a Versacut Pro model of sorts, with added all-around versatility.
Power is possibly an issue as well, but Rockwell says that it can cut a 2×12 in the same time as a larger circular saw (6 seconds).
I hardly ever use my 18v tools because most of the time the 12v does the job just fine without the added weight. The light weight makes overhead work easier over a traditional saw, the limited cutting depth is not a problem for cutting in registers and ductwork in tight spaces, and it can be helpful with trim and cabinet work.
It has good power and several handy features that will make it a good addition to my tool collection.
In this day and age of cordless everything that may seem like a step in the wrong direction.
It has a nice balance and weight that I didn’t expect from a tool that only costs $100 on sale. I considered getting a VersaCut, but wanted to hear from someone that actually has one and put it through the paces.
With the diamond blade that might be a good tool to cut grout joints when replacing a few tiles. I have some tile work planned for the not to distant future and I am looking forward to giving the diamond blade a try. I looked at the saw last year as a possibility, but just couldn’t see where it would be beneficial in my own arsenal.


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This model looks more like a true circular saw and less like a miniature circular saw adaptation. For the homeowner this would not be a first choice for general handyman work, but the small size makes it easier for crafts and art, especially for women.
It was my first really viable cordless circ saw and proved smaller saws, as long as they can deal with 2x material can be great companion tools for the bigger stuff. Would you recommend this saw for this purpose or is there something better I should be looking at? My initial thought for the saw was to help cut large sheets of plywood down so they are easier to handle on the table saw, but after working with the VersaCut I can see that it will come in handy for other jobs as well.
You can cut thicker materials with the Saw Max, but would have to make the cut from both sides.
I have tried a couple of other small cordless saws and none of them performed the way I needed them to. I didn’t experience any noticeable bogging down of the blade even when I made some radical direction changes with the blade. The only drawback I found was that the dust port is on the right hand side and could get in the way when using the saw right-handed.
Having to first plunge the blade then make the cut while continuing to hold pressure against the base was a little difficult if you were holding the piece in your other hand.
I plan on using the VersaCut primarily in the shop so having an outlet handy is not a problem.
I would like to see a way to lock the base plate in the blade down position for those times.



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