Worx 20V 6-1/2 inch Circular Saw with ExacTrack

Worx ready to a cut into Las Vegas

The new 20V Worx circular saw with ExacTrack helps make cuts easier and precise.

BY HBSDealer Staff

At this year’s National Hardware Show, power tool and outdoor power equipment manufacturer Worx has something special planned.

In honor of its 13th year at the show, Worx will be showcasing 13 new products in Las Vegas.

Including a portable power cleaner and a mini-mower, Worx will be showing the new 20V 6-1/2 inch Circular Saw with ExacTrack.

Worx says what makes the saw with ExacTrack different is that it’s an integrated part of the saw’s shoe or base, making the guide easy to use and operate.

Homeowners who don’t own a circular saw will find this 20V circular saw extremely handy. To rip a sheet of plywood with ExacTrack, simply clamp 1x material to the desired width and mark the cut line. The 1x stock also functions like a fence on a table saw. Begin the cut with ExacTrack gliding right on top of the 1x stock for the duration of the cut. This makes long rip cuts easy for all skill levels. When not set for ripping, ExacTrack is returned to its standard position for cross-cuts and other cutting operations.

For homeowners who want to ensure precise rip cuts in plywood and other materials, we simplified the process,” said Sharon Blackwell, Worx product manager. “There’s no guess work or fumbling with accessories, ExacTrack is already onboard ready to use.”

The lightweight, compact saw is powered by a 20V 2.0 Ah Power Shar Max lithium battery and 3600 rpm (no-load) motor. The saw’s maximum depth of cut is 2 inches and bevel capacity is up to 50 degrees. The saw is ideal for DIY projects and remodeling jobs.

The saw also features a rubber overmold comfort grip and a spindle lock for fast and convenient blade changes. As part of the Worx Power Share program the 20V 2.0 Ah battery is compatible with more than two dozen Worx DIY and lawn and garden tools.

In addition to the saw, the kit includes one, 20V 2.0 Ah battery, a three-to-five hour charger, and a 24-tooth, carbide-tipped saw blade, covered by the Worx three-year warranty.


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