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15 Amp Corded Electric 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw with 24-Tooth Carbide Blade

  • Dual-field motor powers the blade and multi-functional wrench
  • Equipped with motor cooling for long life
  • High-speed carbide blade allows precise cuts up to 51 degrees
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Introducing the SKILSAW SPT67WE-01 from the company that invented circular saws. Legendary SKILSAW Worm Drive inspired technology joins our best-in-class Dual-Field motor, invented specifically for saws. The combination of the lightweight housing and Dual-Field motor lets you power through the toughest days on the jobsite, year after year. Add the 51° precision beveling capacity and true grip to the list of benefits and you're set to get the job done.
  • 7-1/4 in. lightweight motor housing
  • Best-in-class torque improves productivity and speed of cut
  • Dual-field motor is especially designed for saws by providing increased cooling to extend tool life
  • Comes with 7-1/4 in. 24-tooth SKILSAW blade and multi-functional wrench
  • Dust blower clears the line of cut for increased accuracy
  • Accessible brushes
  • Handle with true grip
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Blade Diameter (in.)7-1/47-1/47-1/47-1/4
Power Tool FeaturesDepth Adjustment,Keyless Blade Change,Spindle LockDepth Adjustment,Keyed Blade Change,Spindle LockKeyless Blade ChangeKeyed Blade Change
Blade LocationRightRightRightRight
Saw Drive TypeSidewinderSidewinderSidewinderSidewinder
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Blade Diameter (in.)
Maximum Cut Depth @ 90 Deg.
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Product Height (in.)
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Amperage (amps)
Bevel Capacity
Blade Diameter (in.)
7-1/4 in
Blade Location
Color Family
Construction Material
Cord Length (ft.)
Corded Tool Type
Circular Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Cuts Through
Included Accessories
Tool Only
Maximum Cut Depth @ 45 Deg.
Maximum Speed (rpm)
Power Tool Features
Depth Adjustment,Keyed Blade Change,Spindle Lock
Product Weight (lb.)
Saw Drive Type
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
180 day STAY TRUE™ Guarantee and 1 year limited warranty

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 167 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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Great saw. Needs a longer cord. Otherwise very solid.
by Ian Philp
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  • Recommended Product
The blade is not a good quality blade...Otherwise a good saw...
The blade is not a good quality blade...Otherwise a good saw...
by Mike
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I have the 5750, which appears to have the same base plate. It is a soft metal with very weak poi...
I have the 5750, which appears to have the same base plate. It is a soft metal with very weak points. I have never had a saw that had a baseplate that bent out of shape so easily. The design is shameful! Horrible and worthless and incapable of straight cuts once the base is contorted!
by Happyguy
Response from SKILSAW SupportJun 3, 2019
Thanks for posting, Happyguy! We're sorry you're disappointed. We'd love to help, but will need more information. Please give us a call and we'll get started asap: 1-877-754-5999. skilsaw
    5 people found this helpful
    I've had it for about 6 months now, gone through about 3 blades. The things I don't like ab...
    I've had it for about 6 months now, gone through about 3 blades. The things I don't like about the saw is that it's pretty heavy. But hey a good work out won't do you no harm. But if you're someone who's on the older side and already has elbow/arm problems I think you should pass on this saw as it does get it you pretty fast. But if you're a youngster like me, and full of energy it's something you get used to. BEVEL ADJUSTMENT PROBLEM. Another thing I don't like is that the bevel adjustment has the 51 degree bevel marking but somehow I'm unable to reach that on my saw. It gets stuck around half way between 45 and 51. I don't know if that's a problem with just my saw or they're all like that. CHEAP PLASTIC GUARD HANDLE. The last thing I don't like is that the handle that's attached to the blade guard is plastic and it feels cheap, if the saw falls by accident one day and lands on that handle then it's going to without a doubt snap. GREAT BLADE CHANGING WRENCH. Being a house framer, apart from how the saw cuts with ease, my favorite feature is the blade changing tool, It's conveniently placed on the foot under the handle. I know some other saw's like Milwaukee just use an Allen wrench to get the blade out but this one uses an actual nut wrench. The wrench is a good size and will be very hard to lose. Allen wrenches seem to walk away by themselves. PROBLEMS WITH CUTTING 4X4. Now for how the saw actually cuts, I've used it for 2x4's,2x6's,2x8's,2x10's and 4x4's. I've had 0 problems cutting the 2x's, cuts like butter the saw has never ever sounded or felt like it was having even the tiniest bit of trouble. For 4x4's I set the saw to full depth, then cut on one side, then flip the post upside down and cut again at the mark and I noticed that the end of the post is not even, the result of not having a matching straight cut on both sides. So on the next one I set the max depth on one side, then on the opposite side set it for 2x material and this helped a little bit but it's not a clean 90 degree cut. The next one I set to Max depth and cut and then I flipped it only one side and put up my speed square on the kerf the blade left and saw that it's not 90 degrees to begin with. Which means my blade is not cutting 90 degrees, I was using Diablo 60T 7 1/4 blade and it's a tiny kerf blade, so maybe since it's a small blade it wobbles or simply bends under the pressures of thick material? I've only used that type of blade so I couldn't say if it's a saw problem or blade problem. Just thought I should throw that out there for any other people wanting this saw for somewhat finishing work like I do, I was building a outdoor patio bench in this particular build. MARKINGS ON FOOT. All the Inch markings on the foot of the saw are very accurate, if you're a daredevil like I , You can line the edge of your material with desired measurement then budge your index finger under the footing using it as a makeshift rip guide and it will come out straight and true to size. Saves so much time, rather than marking both ends then snapping a line. It is a corded saw so the power is definitely there. This saw is all in all a basic saw. I've been up 35 feet in the air hanging on rafters and I can say I wouldn't look forward to having this saw up there with me. It's very heavy and has no rafter hook. It has a metal footing and I've seen metal footings get bent from being dropped no higher than 2 feet and get bent nasty and like I said about the guard handle it's very cheap so this isn't an ideal framing saw. After getting dropped or thrown around a couple times I can confidentially say it won't last your typical framer long, I give it 5 months top. That being said this saw is GREAT for the average DIY or for rough somewhat finish work like making 2x furniture. Examples, If you and a buddy are building a tool shed in your backyard and neither have a saw, this is perfect. If you build 2x4 & 2x6 outdoor benches then this saw paired up with a finish diablo blade and you're set. The Skilsaw brand is a great brand, they have many saws each with their own intended uses, this is your DIY saw. For all Framers and workers of that sort I recommend Makita Magnesium or Skilsaw worm drive.
    by shinerinc
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      19 people found this helpful
      Cuts perfectly and fast.
      I'm super excited with the circular saw SKILSAW. I got it just in time for home repairs and upkeeps. Very easy to use and please be careful with this guy. It's pretty powerful and ready to cut once plugged in. I've included a few pictures on the product and in action. This SKILSAW will go along way. I'm use to using cordless circular saws but you can notice the difference using a electrical corded saw is way more powerful and doesn't require to be charged. I'm really happy with this product.
      by Edjr
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      9 people found this helpful
      You can't go wrong with the Skill 15 Amp 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw. It's a trusted name and works exactly as it is supposed to. It is built nice and has the power to rip through whatever you are sawing. The blade that it comes with is a 71/4 it's in between a rough and smooth cut. Blade changing is very easy and the saw does come with an on board wrench. You can't go wrong with this saw.
      by rjoyce534
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      2 people found this helpful
      Powerful with excellent quality from a brand you can trust
      The Skill 15 Amp 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw (model SPT67WE-01) is solidly built and engineered with quality. The brush based motor comes to life smoothly and fast. I was able to cleanly and effortlessly rip through 2x4s with the included 7-1/4 inch 24 tooth blade. The power switch is crisp and does not require significant effort to hold down. This tool has a 51 degree maximum bevel with markings for 22.5, 30, 45 and 51 degrees. It has almost 2.5 inches of cut depth. Depth markings are included for ¼, ½ and ¾ plywood. All adjustments (except blade change) are tool less. The locking arbor and attached blade wrench make changing blades a breeze. This unit replaced a 20 year old skill saw and I have every confidence this one will last as long. The two things not included that would be a bonus are a laser guide and a rip guide.
      by RJJ21
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      8 people found this helpful
      Basic Circular Saw
      I was looking for a basic circular saw and this one fits the bill. The plunge depth is adjustable for different thicknesses of your material. The saw is also adjustable for cutting on an angle. the adjustment tool is stored on the saw itself so you shouldn't lose it. I found that the trigger has a nice crisp break to it. The grip feels good in your hand and the weight seems to me to be just right. Nothing fancy just a good sturdy saw!
      by Ben62
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      Solid, powerful, economical saw from the name that defined the circular saw
      The Skilsaw brand defined the circular saw years ago. This is a heavy duty saw, complete with an on-board blade wrench and a 24 tooth carbide tipped general purpose blade. The blade installs easily with the locking button to hold the arbor. The saw is rated at 15 amps and has plenty of power to cut through ¾ plywood or two by fours with ease. Rip guide is optional, which is my one complaint, I think it should be included. Saw features easy to adjust depth adjustment up to the maximum of about 2.5 inches deep, and bevel angle adjustment up to 45 degrees, which cuts material just under two inches deep. There is a line guide in the foot for both straight and bevel cuts, the saw does not have a laser cutting guide. SIngle switch to operate, no added safety switch, which I like. The blade guard works flawlessly with a handle to use for making plunge cuts. This saw is a bit heavier than my older saw at about 10.3 pounds, mainly due to its sturdy base and motor power. That’s better for most applications but you really should hold it with two hands when using it so making a “stretch cut” is a bit of a challenge. Overall this is a good value, well-built basic circular saw from a great name in the industry. One year warranty.
      by ToolTimeTony
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      2 people found this helpful
      Amazing Value
      Skilsaw is Skil's pro line owned by Bosch. This model, it seems, is only sold at Home Depot. It has a 6 ft cord, a plastic motor housing and tough looking foot (steel?). Everything seems rugged and well built. There is no safety for the power switch except that it has a strong snap switch that would be hard to turn on by accident. Starts without jerk or twist and runs smooth without vibration. My first cut was ripping an 8ft true 1in thick PT pine deck board...effortless. They offer a more expensive all magnesium model with longer cord etc but I doubt a better value can be found than this saw. Highly recommended from what I've seen so far.
      by ez
      • DIY
      • Recommended Product
      13 people found this helpful
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