Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 8
Rated 5 out of 5Â by desertguy Great replacement for a 40 year old 77
Great saw for the money a little easier to use than my old 77. A lighter also.
February 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by x1xgio best on its class
I bought this powerfull tool to do repairing jobs and I know it's more than I need . Its good on wood ,concrete and metal.
December 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by krfireman Great Saw
I bought this saw to replace a saw that I had had for over forty years that was stolen. Â I was afraid that I could not get one as good. I have had this saw for only a short time but I think it is going to be as rock solid as the first one. Â It cuts straight and true and seems to have good power. Â It is heavy with the advantages and disadvantages associated with that. Â The weight helps the saw cut smooth and track straight against a guide but at my age (74) it wares me out pretty quick. Â The saw appears to be what I hoped it would be.Â
September 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by nickton excellent saw
I have always used skill saws in my trade as a union carpenter and they are the best. Â I just wish it was not made in China. Â We need our jobs.
September 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JohnAllTrades I like the narrow width and power vs weight.
My first power tool as a home owner was a Skilsaw which a built a redwood deck with. It still works perfectly, even with the now its shorted 12" cord(LOL). Anyway, I now have a thriving home improvement business and wanted to upgrade the weakest link in my toolbox, my Skilsaw 5350. For quite some time I wanted to upgrade to a 77Mag series. I was on the fence between the SHD77M and the flasher MAG77-75, so I bought both. I weight them at home and decided to kept the lighter of the two. I think Skill weights them w/o their power cords since my measurements were much higher than their specs.
SHD77M (spec 14 pounds) actually weights 15.34 lb
MAG77-75 (spec 14 pounds) actually weights 15.40 lb
July 24, 2012