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Skilsaw introduces cordless worm drive saw

Circular saw is powered by TrueHVL High Voltage Lithium Ion batteries.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Skilsaw has introduced the 7-1/4-inch TrueHVL Cordless Worm Drive Saw.

The tool is the first and only cordless worm drive saw and is powered by TrueHVL High Voltage Lithium Ion batteries, designed specifically for a worm drive.

With the same design, balance and controls of Skilsaw’s corded worm drive, it feels familiar right out of the box. This saw offers the convenience of a cordless saw without compromising any worm drive power or performance, according to Skilsaw.

Additional features of this Worm Drive saw include:

  • All magnesium construction makes it lightweight and tough
  • Brushless motor responds to challenging applications by boosting power and torque
  • Electric brake quickly stops the blade rotation when the trigger is released
  • Integrated dust extraction system to work cleaner

The TrueHVL battery arranges cells in a unique configuration to evenly distribute heat to extend run time. With patented Stay Cool technology, each cell is wrapped in a temperature controlling material that keeps cells cool to deliver better performance. The intelligent power management system maximizes power by monitoring and optimizing each cell. A fully charged battery powers an entire day of cutting.

“Skilsaw invented the world’s first worm drive saw. For nearly 100 years the professional has trusted Skilsaw to deliver worm drive power and durability. Our detailed analysis and extensive field testing with pros ensure that the first and only true cordless Worm Drive saw delivers the power and performance Skilsaw is known for,” said Katie White, Skilsaw brand manager. “Pros have been asking us for a cordless saw with our legendary Worm Drive power. There are cordless ‘Worm Drive style’ saws in the market, but we have the first and only cordless saw that is true Worm Drive.”

 

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