Not much will stop Stihl’s top-of-the-line cut-off saw, the Cutquik TS800. With a 6.7 hp gas engine and a 16″ cutting wheel, it’ll chew through six inches of stone, masonry, steel reinforced concrete, or a Jersey barrier on I35 — probably. Encased in a lightweight polymer housing, it weighs just 28lbs. By incorporating vibration control into a well balanced design, Stihl reduces operator fatigue and makes the TS800 handle like a smaller saw.
The TS800 features a reversible cutting arm to help make cuts closer to a wall or to the ground. A heavy duty air filtration system and a high performance cooling system lets the TS800 cut longer, and you can purchase an optional water kit to reduce dust.
It’s perfect for removing a section of basement wall for that egress window, or cutting up the street to access your utilities. If all this cutting horsepower has got you drooling — and you’ve got a spare $1,300 — you can have one. If not, there’s a fair chance you can find one at your local rental center.
The Cutquik TS800 [Stihl]