Best Overall: Dewalt DWS535B Worm Drive Circular SawGenerally, we aren’t going to list the most expensive option as the best overall, but when the shoe fits, you wear it. This is the most powerful, most feature-packed circular saw that we saw. The all-metal body and the magnesium blade are a great bonus. Make sure to get the “B” (for brake) version!
Best Value: Makita 5477NB Hypoid SawAs far as value goes, Makita did a great job with the Makita 5477NB Hypoid Saw. It has a strong motor, a special gearing system, and the durability to last forever (nearly).
Best For Beginners: WORX Worxsaw 4-1/2 Inch Compact Circular Saw WX429LWhen you don’t need a ton of power, or a ton of weight, the Worxsaw is the best option. It is ultra-lightweight, easy to hold, and easy to use. Unless you’re on a construction site, this will be sufficient.How We Picked
With so many to choose from, where do you start? Marketing departments are spending millions to convince you that they’ve got the best products, best features, and best prices. From laser sights to hanging points, to electrical impedance safeties, what is right for you?
Well, that’s exactly where this list can help you out.
We’ve put together a list of the 11 best circular saws for 2019. These are the circular saws that we’ve found to be the best value for your money while making sure to get the job done right.
If you’ve been searching for the best circular saw, then this list is for you.
Pros: Uprights generally provide a wider cleaning swath than canisters, and they tend to be better at deep-cleaning carpets. Most are also easier to store.Cons: You must drag the entire machine back and forth for most floor and carpet cleaning. The top performers we tested weigh 20 pounds or more, although many competent machines are much lighter. Uprights also tend to be noisier than canisters overall.
Canister vacuumsThe best ones clean carpets just about as well as uprights. (Pet owners note: The uprights and canisters that did best at regular cleaning also tended to excel at picking up cat and dog fur.)
Pros: Canisters tend to be better than uprights for cleaning bare floors, drapes, upholstery, and under furniture, and they’re easier to handle on stairs. Most are quieter, and you mostly need to move only the hose and powerhead, not the entire machine.Cons: The entire vacuum tends to be heavier and bulkier than an upright, and the hose and wand make a canister harder to store.
Central vacuumsAlthough they’re convenient, central vacuums are pricey, and they typically require professional installation.
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