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Ryobi One+ 18V Speed Saw with 2.0Ah Battery $44.97 was $124–Free shipping

With this router, you can make cuts in a variety of materials. Its depth setting allows for precision cutting no matter what material is being worked with—plywood, drywall or any other type. The price drops to just $44.97 w/ free shipping!

RYOBI introduces the 18V ONE+ SPEED SAW Rotary Cutter with FREE 2.0 Ah Lithium-Ion HIGH PERFORMANCE Battery. This SPEED SAW Rotary Cutter is an excellent choice for a variety of cutting applications.

The saw accepts 1/4 in. and 1/8 in. bits and features a depth setting that can be adjusted for making cuts in different types of materials. The included battery is compatible with all RYOBI 18V ONE+ Tools. Best of all, it is part of the RYOBI ONE+ System of over 260 cordless tools that all work on the same battery platform.

Backed by the RYOBI 3-Year Manufacturer's Warranty, this SPEED SAW Rotary Cutter includes an 1/8 in. plywood bit, an 1/8 in. drywall bit, a 1/4 in. collet, a 1/8 in. collet adaptor, a wrench, a 2.0 Ah HIGH PERFORMANCE Battery, and an operator's manual. Charger sold separately.

  • 30% more compact design enhances user comfort while cutting (compared to previous model P530)
  • 27,000 RPM for precision cuts
  • Accepts 1/8 in. and 1/4 in. bits for a variety of cutting applications
  • Toolless depth setting for fast and easy adjustments for making cuts in a variety of materials
  • Spindle lock for easy one wrench bit changes
  • Improved GRIPZONE overmold for optimum grip and user comfort
  • Works with any 18V ONE+ Lithium-Ion or Ni-Cd battery
  • The included 2.0 Ah Lithium-Ion HIGH PERFORMANCE Battery is compatible with all RYOBI 18V ONE+ Products
  • Part of the RYOBI 18V ONE+ System of over 260 cordless tools
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Includes: (1) P531 SPEED SAW Rotary Cutter, (1) 1/8 in. plywood bit, (1) 1/8 in. drywall bit, (1) 1/4 in. collet, (1) 1/8 in. collet adaptor, (1) wrench, and operator's manual
  • Includes: PBP003 18V ONE+ 2.0 Ah Lithium-Ion HIGH PERFORMANCE Battery

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Ryobi One+ 18V Speed Saw $44.97 was $124
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11 Comments
  1. Great cuts, The cuts are clean and accurate. That’s the primary reason I bought this machine. 5 Stars for that. One interesting flaw. The machines center of gravity is weighted more toward the motor side of the saw. When moving the saw to the vertical position It can easily flip over (happened to me twice). So be very careful when doing that . The un-steerable wheels are simply a nuance. I removed the un-steerable wheels and made a sturdy stand with new steerable wheels and moved the center of gravity of the machine toward the middle of my stand to avoid it flipping over.There are several versions of this saw sold by different manufacturers. They are around the same price, probably all made by the same company in china with with a few very minor and cosmetic differences. The singular reason that I purchased this particular manufacturers version is that all the other brands I looked at offered only a 1hp motor where this had 1.5 hp

  2. Bought unit for small fab shop used it for a couple of weeks so far I couldn’t be happier saw cuts very well 90 degree and also at 45 degree. The swivel head makes life easy takes no time at all. The only thing I can complain about if I were to complain is when lifting saw head up all the way it rubs the hydraulic cylinder. Not a problem if you don’t use the saw in the vertical position which I have not yet had to do but that is minor I have just been waiting to see if there is anything Else before I contact the seller.

  3. Bought unit for small fab shop used it for a couple of weeks so far I couldn’t be happier saw cuts very well 90 degree and also at 45 degree. The swivel head makes life easy takes no time at all. The only thing I can complain about if I were to complain is when lifting saw head up all the way it rubs the hydraulic cylinder. Not a problem if you don’t use the saw in the vertical position which I have not yet had to do but that is minor I have just been waiting to see if there is anything Else before I contact the seller.

  4. Since you can’t give a 4.5 I had to give it a 4 star rating. The reason is not in the performance of the saw, but in some of it’s features. My previous saw was a Delta 40-694. It lasted better than 6 years. The Delta had a built in upper arm holder, the Dewalt does not. You can buy an aftermarket ad-on to accomplish the same thing, but it is about $35. I just use a piece of 2×4 to prop under the upper arm to allow room to insert the blade through the hole in you work medium. The other feature is the difference between the top and bottom arm. On the Dewalt the blade fits with no extra blade exposed above or below the blade clamps. The Delta had close to 3/4 inch extra blade showing above the blade clamp. With the Delta you just moved the blade down and you have fresh teeth, basically getting 2 blades for the price of one. Blades are inexpensive – $3.50 for a pack of 12. Still getting twice the use adds up over time. You can get the same use on the Dewalt, but you have to make a spacer to raise your medium up on the blade instead of just lowering the blade like on the Delta. I used some scrap 3/4 inch OSB I had and put a 1/8 inch piece of hardboard on top of that for a smooth surface. One thing neither saw has is a way to collect the sawdust that falls thorough the blade hole in the table. Make a 3 sided box (no lid) and place it under the lower blade mount to catch most of the dust. I have included pictures to show what I am talking about.

  5. Since you can’t give a 4.5 I had to give it a 4 star rating. The reason is not in the performance of the saw, but in some of it’s features. My previous saw was a Delta 40-694. It lasted better than 6 years. The Delta had a built in upper arm holder, the Dewalt does not. You can buy an aftermarket ad-on to accomplish the same thing, but it is about $35. I just use a piece of 2×4 to prop under the upper arm to allow room to insert the blade through the hole in you work medium. The other feature is the difference between the top and bottom arm. On the Dewalt the blade fits with no extra blade exposed above or below the blade clamps. The Delta had close to 3/4 inch extra blade showing above the blade clamp. With the Delta you just moved the blade down and you have fresh teeth, basically getting 2 blades for the price of one. Blades are inexpensive – $3.50 for a pack of 12. Still getting twice the use adds up over time. You can get the same use on the Dewalt, but you have to make a spacer to raise your medium up on the blade instead of just lowering the blade like on the Delta. I used some scrap 3/4 inch OSB I had and put a 1/8 inch piece of hardboard on top of that for a smooth surface. One thing neither saw has is a way to collect the sawdust that falls thorough the blade hole in the table. Make a 3 sided box (no lid) and place it under the lower blade mount to catch most of the dust. I have included pictures to show what I am talking about.

  6. This is a replacement for my older scroll saw that failed. I had taken a scroll saw course at WOODCRAFTERS and this was the saw they used for the training course. It is very quiet, vibration is minimal and blade changing is sooo much easier than my first saw with quick change adjustments to both top and bottom blade holders.. For the serious sawdust maker it is a fine investment. The 5 star rating is confirmed by multiple sights. The only negative side is there isn’t any dust collection port. I do have dust collection system and I slide a 2 1/2″ hose to the underside of the table and slide it onto/over the table tilt locking knob solving abt 85% of my sawdust collection.

  7. This is a replacement for my older scroll saw that failed. I had taken a scroll saw course at WOODCRAFTERS and this was the saw they used for the training course. It is very quiet, vibration is minimal and blade changing is sooo much easier than my first saw with quick change adjustments to both top and bottom blade holders.. For the serious sawdust maker it is a fine investment. The 5 star rating is confirmed by multiple sights. The only negative side is there isn’t any dust collection port. I do have dust collection system and I slide a 2 1/2″ hose to the underside of the table and slide it onto/over the table tilt locking knob solving abt 85% of my sawdust collection.

  8. This saw performs excellently at the task of cutting metal. It arrived mostly assembled and I was able to quickly put it to work on its first project, new brackets and casters for the base.My only complaint about this saw is that with the supplied wheels, it does not turn easily when moving around the shop (500lbs), it sits too low for comfortably working with material and when flipped up to perform vertical saw operations it seems unsteady as has been noted by other reviewers. In the case of the 712R, flipping directly up did not put the machine so off balance that it would tip but if it were lifted too high while set to miter at 45 degrees, it would fall over. I grabbed some 1/4″ angle iron and ordered some 9″ casters with brakes. The added foot print has removed any concern I had with stability, the machine is much easier to work with and I can move it around my shop much easier.I also plumbed in a secondary coolant tip for the cutting blade directly after the cutting area. I don’t feel this is a necessary update for most as it likely would not make a difference for normal home shop use but for someone building a rollcage or two each year, it makes for a lot longer blade life.

  9. This saw performs excellently at the task of cutting metal. It arrived mostly assembled and I was able to quickly put it to work on its first project, new brackets and casters for the base.My only complaint about this saw is that with the supplied wheels, it does not turn easily when moving around the shop (500lbs), it sits too low for comfortably working with material and when flipped up to perform vertical saw operations it seems unsteady as has been noted by other reviewers. In the case of the 712R, flipping directly up did not put the machine so off balance that it would tip but if it were lifted too high while set to miter at 45 degrees, it would fall over. I grabbed some 1/4″ angle iron and ordered some 9″ casters with brakes. The added foot print has removed any concern I had with stability, the machine is much easier to work with and I can move it around my shop much easier.I also plumbed in a secondary coolant tip for the cutting blade directly after the cutting area. I don’t feel this is a necessary update for most as it likely would not make a difference for normal home shop use but for someone building a rollcage or two each year, it makes for a lot longer blade life.

  10. I’ve been using a DeWalt scroll saw for over 30 years. I run my saw approximately 7 hours a day (commercial operation). This is my third DeWalt scroll saw. I’ve used every brand of scroll saw (except the cheapie models) and would not trade my DeWalt for the $2000 dollar units! (unless I could sell the $2000 one, buy another Dewalt and pocket the difference!) I’ll be setting up a satellite operation next month and will be buying two more DeWalt’s.

  11. I’ve been using a DeWalt scroll saw for over 30 years. I run my saw approximately 7 hours a day (commercial operation). This is my third DeWalt scroll saw. I’ve used every brand of scroll saw (except the cheapie models) and would not trade my DeWalt for the $2000 dollar units! (unless I could sell the $2000 one, buy another Dewalt and pocket the difference!) I’ll be setting up a satellite operation next month and will be buying two more DeWalt’s.

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