Long-awaited Cordless Rear Handle Circular Saw from Metabo HPT

Long-awaited Cordless Rear Handle Circular Saw from Metabo HPT

Metabo HPT has announced the much-anticipated cordless rear-handle circular saw that sheds 2 lbs of weight over the nearest competitor saw and delivers excellent power requiring just one battery to tackle the job of tearing and framing on the move. The 36V MultiVolt 7-1/4″ Rear Handle Circular Saw (Model C3607DWA) elevates the MultiVolt system of cordless tools (including nailers) for residential and commercial jobsites by giving demanding professionals all the tools they need. need to run the cordless jobsite It offers the power of a corded saw, the freedom of a cordless platform, and the choice of battery or AC adapter power Backed by the Lifetime Warranty on Metabo HPT’s lithium-ion tool body and a two-year lithium-ion battery warranty, this cordless rear handle saw kit offers one of the best values ​​for the user. (MSRP $349) over competing models available today.

This new cordless rear handle circular saw is designed with a powerful brushless motor to quickly and powerfully tear through OSB, 2×4, LVL, plywood, sheathing and other typical building materials without getting bogged down in any application. With only one MultiVolt battery required to power the saw, it can cut up to 500 2×4 crosscuts per charge. This cordless rear handle circular saw has the ability to cut up to 5 layers of ½” and 4 layers of 5/8″ OSB for ultimate efficiency.

It’s designed with clear site lines and optimized ergonomics, including the lightest weight in its class at just 8.2 lbs to make life easier and more comfortable for the end user. Depth and bevel levers, made of steel for durability, are well placed for accessibility and

move smoothly for quick adjustments. The bevel capacity of this rear handle circular saw ranges from 0-53° with positive stops at 0°, 22.5°, 45° and 53°. Cutting capacity at 90° is 2-7/16″ and 1-3/4″ at 45°. A quick brake stops blade rotation for added safety and time saving between cuts. The premium magnesium base provides smooth, straight tracking and features easy-to-read front and side scales for accurate measurements. Keep the job clean by easily connecting to a vacuum with the included dusting kit. The large, sturdy rafter hook adds convenience and swings out of the way when not in use.

The C3607DWA Cordless Rear Handle Circular Saw comes with a 4.0 Ah Multi-Voltage Battery (372121M), Rapid Charger with USB Port (UC18YSL3), VPR 7-1/4″ 24T Framing/Ripping Blade for drastically increased cutting performance, a Dust Collector Set, 10/13mm hex wrench and carrying bag.MSRP $349.Also available as a standalone tool – model C3607DWAQ4.MSRP $199.

Perhaps the most unique benefit of ALL Metabo HPT MultiVolt 36V Cordless Tools is the ability to convert to corded use with the revolutionary AC Adapter (Model ET36A – sold separately). Pros can easily get the functionality of two tools (cordless and corded) in one. Use the C3607DWA wirelessly when it makes sense at work. However, if power is readily available, save battery life and battery replacement cost by simply plugging it in so you can go all day or keep going while a battery is charging.

Versatility is a major asset in the building trade. When invested in Metabo HPT’s cordless system, the same MultiVolt batteries that power 36V tools can also power ANY 18V Metabo HPT tool with doubled runtime when installed. Now professionals can expand their arsenal of cordless tools, including unique specialty tool options like a bar cutter/bender, the industry’s first cordless plunge router, the only 36V metal connector nailer and duplex nailer, a deep-cut bandsaw, a 10-inch cordless jobsite table saw. and many more, sharing the MultiVolt battery on the 36V and 18V cordless tool platform for ultimate versatility.

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Lighten 2 lbs with the “new king*” of cordless rear handle circular saws – which can also be plugged in – for ultimate versatility from Metabo HPT.
*Review on the C3607DWA on metabo-hpt.com

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