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Milwaukee sent out a press release Friday introducing their new 10-1/4″ circular saw.  Not everybody is going to need a saw this large, but it’s interesting that they managed to shave 1-1/2″ pounds from the previous model, to make the new saw 17.8 pounds.

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The model 6470-21 boasts an increased bevel capacity of 60° and a large cushion-grip bale handle that gives you better control while using the saw.  The 15A circular saw can cut up to 3-3/4″ deep at 90° and 1-3/4″ deep at 60°.

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The saw also features an aircraft-aluminum shoe that’ll stand up to the most rigorous applications and an electronic brake that stops the blade in seconds.

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The previous model (6460) lists for $592 but sells for around $350.  Since Milwaukee claims they’re not increasing the price on the new model, it should list for about the same price.

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8 Responses to Preview: Milwaukee’s New 10-1/4″ Circular Saw

  1. fred says:

    The old one is a pretty good saw – and handy to have for deck building
    I looked up my inventory (below) and found that we paid $350 for one back in 2005. So the new price with the upgrades seem reasonable. Ours was made in Mexico – don’t know about this one.

    SAW – CIRCULAR ELECTRIC MILWAUKEE 6460 045242049851 CIRCULAR SAW 10.25INCH DIA. $349.99 2005

  2. fred says:

    BTW – Milwaukee, bucking the trend, delivers this saw with the traditional red steel case – much better than those puffy blow-molded cases that take up more room than needed – and don’t allow you to store anything else.

  3. Patrick says:

    For three C’s and change, a steel case def. should be included. Sweet lookin’ saw.

  4. PutnamEco says:

    I hope the aluminum shoe is better than the one on their current model, the one on their current model really sucks, very flexible and easily bent. I much prefer Makita’s version(5104), to their current offering.

  5. fred says:

    @PutnamEco

    Thanks for you observation about the shoe – which our guys say is touchy.
    We had an earlier version Makita (model 5xxx or something) – with an electric brake – that I think may have had a steel shoe. I may try out the newer Makita or the Milwaukee – but this isn’t a high priority with us – as our primay saws for this size application are Skil Worm Gear saws with Bigfoot mods.

  6. fred says:

    @PutnamEco

    Thanks for you observation about the shoe – which our guys say is touchy.
    We had an earlier version Makita – with an electric brake – that I think may have had a steel shoe. I may try out the newer Makita or the Milwaukee – but this isn’t a high priority with us – as our primay saws for this size application are Skil Worm Gear saws with Bigfoot mods.

  7. DDT says:

    worm drives all the way. As cool as it is to have a 10 1/4″ circular saw, I cannot stand non-worm driven saws. These saws jam and bind easier, and the blades on the wrong side.

  8. fred says:

    DDT

    So convert your Skil worm gear saw to 10-1/4 with a big foot

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