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Model #
SPT70WT-22
Item #
211581
Skilsaw

Portable Worm Drive Table Saw, 15-Amp, 10-In.

Portable Worm Drive Table Saw, 15-Amp, 10-In. is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 8.
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$379.00
Model #
SPT70WT-22
Item #
211581

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Description
Meet the world's first Worm Drive table saw specifically designed for ripping. Pros will appreciate the power and torque to tackle difficult cuts, so bogging down is a thing of the past. The impressive 3-1/2 in. depth of cut and 24-1/4 in. rip capacity are big enough to rip plywood sheets in half. It also features our best-in-class Dual-Field™ motor and smooth startup for a saw that runs cooler and lasts longer. Plus the first ever brass-geared Worm Drive table saw makes this the ultimate ripping machine. Without sacrificing legendary SKILSAW durability, you get a compact and portable saw that will be the talk of the jobsite. Get the Worm Drive Table Saw Stand, #211582, sold below.
  • Includes: SPT70WT SKILSAW® Worm Drive table saw
  • 24-Tooth carbide rip cutting Diablo blade
  • miter gauge and self-aligning fence
  • Smart Guard system with anti-kick back device
  • Insert blade, push stick and wrenches
Specifications
More Information
SKU 211581
Weight 52.9000
UPC 00039725041760
Package Width 26.4
Package Length 24.7
Package Height 15.8
Model Number SPT70WT-22
Brand Skilsaw
Manufacturer Name CHERVON NA/SKIL
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Dado gremlins When using a dado stack the saw blade slowly drops down into the table. Its like it has little gremlins adjusting the height. It only does this when using the dado stack.
Date published: 2018-04-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great For Framing Not so much for Trim I bought this saw I loved the size and the small foldable stand As a trim carpenter I need to fit everything into my van small and compact it is Accurate it is not, the back end of the saw moves all over the place The quadrant is so loose on the fron and none on the back I can not make clean rips at 45 degrees So sad because this I thought was going to be a great saw Sold it to one of the framing crews It should work well for him plenty of power, lots of slop
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well designed saw I got this a month or so ago and wanted to use it a bit before writing a review. This saw is sold and plenty powerful! It is well designed for storage and capability. The guide rails are nice and square and lock down nice. I have done some detail cuts, long rips, and trimmed a couple interior doors. No problem anywhere. The Diablo blade is a great feature as well. Just hook up a shop vac to the exhaust and most of your saw dust disappears. Great value and very capable.
Date published: 2018-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LOVE IT! Outstanding tool! Surprisingly powerful, too. Talk about a game-changer.
Date published: 2018-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall just what I expected - a couple of nits Although the literature suggests you can use a dado, you can only have a maximum kerf of 1/2", and that requires Skilsaw dado blade with special arbor nut and wider table insert. Using a 3rd party dado, the normal nut will only accomodate 3/8", and at that width, the special insert is not required. The mounting holes for mounting the saw to a table are angled at 44 degrees facing inward. While this gives more clearance for inserting bolts, using with a stand requires accomodating that design, and is not discussed at all in the manual. Outside of that, power is great, does good cross cuts and rips with the diablo blade. Adjustment instructions seem clear, but for my purposes, everything checked out fine from the factory, except for supporting bevels of 46 and -1, which I don't need.
Date published: 2017-10-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Saw / A Few Accessories Would Make It A Great A good portable saw that I feel a few accessories would make it better. First a near zero clearance insert. Possibly two, one you can use with the guard and one without. Yes, I know for safety you are supposed to use the guard, but there are certain operations that guard must be removed. Second is a clip on support to keep narrow stock flat and level when the table is filly extended.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good! I've only had it for a month and it hasn't seen a ton of heavy use, but I'm impressed so far! One design flaw that I'm sure will be remedied in the future - it has a carrying handle on one side and the tendency would be to carry it with the blade away from your leg. This allows your leg to then bang against and ultimately dislodge the mitre gauge when it's in it's storage spot. Just needs a more out-of-the-way storage area. Otherwise, all good! Do yourself a favour and go get one!
Date published: 2016-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A small table saw with big features I've had this saw for around a month now and it's a great new table saw with a unique feature. It's a wormdrive. I've been a carpentry contractor for nearly 40 years and the wormdrive skilsaw has been with me the whole time. I was excited to hear they were developing a table saw that used this motor. Now I've had a number of job site compact table saws over the years and this one has the most capacity of all of them. I rip a lot of 4x material and this is the only one that I've had that can do it in one pass. That is a big time saver and gives a much nicer cut then when I had to flip the 4x around to cut it again. I don't rip a lot of sheet goods any longer, but I did need to rip some 4x8 MDF down the middle and it was no problem with this saw, as it has the capacity to rip up to something like 25". None of my previous saws could do that. The stand was stable throughout. Especially for such a small footprint. The Freud blade that comes with the saw is a better blade then you usually get with a new saw. It's not a finish blade, but it is close. I've started making furniture and I have to mill all my pieces. Other then the most critical pieces, I can easily just sand the sawn edges or leave them as is. Like most contractors I'm sure, the blade guard doesn't stay with the saw very long. Well I don't know if it's because I'm older or because this guard is so easy to put on and take off, but I'm still using it. When not in use, it stores under the table, as does pretty much everything on the saw, including the fence. The guard snaps on and off in literally seconds. This is important because you have to remove it for narrow rips of less then 1". In the past, I would not have put it back on. Now I do. I've never trusted the scales on saws so it is nice that you can lift the guard up and it stays out of the way for measurements. I was concerned that the large spawls (?) would scratch my finished materials. So far nothing. I haven't had a reason yet to remove them, but if I did, they clip on and off just as easily as the blade guard. The fence is your standard saw fence, with no play and perfectly accurate once it's locked down. It slides easily for adjustment, though I do prefer the rack and pinion system on some other saws. I assume that is a patent issue. Raising and lowering the blade is pretty effortless. Nice and smooth. I did have to initially adjust the miter stops, but that was easily done with cam stops. Surprisingly to me, that despite the noticeable difference in power that this saw packs, it was a little quieter then the other saws I've had. Not quiet mind you, but quieter. I'm a old guy now and I can fairly easily move this saw around, even with the stand attached. Wheels would be appreciated, but not a deal breaker considering how easily the saw separates from the stand (just 2 clamps) and the stand folds up. There is a 2 1/4" dust port on the back of the saw. This is just average for the saws that I've used. There is still a decent amount of sawdust that doesn't get sucked up. Must be something about big spinning blades. I haven't tried it yet, but I understand this saw will accept a dado stack. That is definitely not standard in compact table saws. I imagine that you need to buy a optional throat plate for that. It's probably the power that allows this saw to be used with one. The only reasons I gave this saw 4 stars instead of 5, were the fence and dust collection. Maybe I'm expecting too much.
Date published: 2016-04-04
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