Best Makita Power Saws
Latest review: This is an excellent saw. The detents are accurate. Unlike the Dewalt saw, you cannot alter the detents, but that's only really needed with sliding mitre saws. Mine was assembled in Japan, I think.
For greater cutting versatility, the MLT100 provides right and rear extensions as well as an easily adjustable bevel cutting tool. With a 1,500W motor, it has a powerful cutting performance.
Electric brake for safety
1,5000W powerful motor
Not the best build quality
Latest review: I got this a few months ago to use an online gift voucher I had. Now that I've been using it around the house I can say that it's an excellent little tool to have. You need to remember its size
Latest review: I didn't set out to buy a battery saw but I ended up with 2 x 18v Makita batteries so went for this saw. Though a little dubious to begin with, I use it all the time now and haven't used my corded
Latest review: Bought this saw for $119 in August 2020 to rip some 45mm thick hardwood. Very impressed with how easily it ripped through the timber and how fast it was. The blade was at the right angle straight out
Latest review: These saws are big, heavy and powerful but thats why you buy one. Well not so much for the weight. These saws have remained a similar design for 30 years and its a well proven, simple and reliable
Latest review: Ive had one of these for years, they are powerful and useful. When i first got it i took a bit of a chance as they were fairly new on the market and only 3ah batteries were availble. Now there are
Latest review: Used this saw with a pruning blade to trim a large tree. Very good to use and made the job easy. Cutting braches to six inch diameter. When I used the hacksaw blade I found that it strips the teeth
Latest review: I do not have a workshop so I need a sliding compound mitre saw that is easy to move and not too heavy (compared to my previous large, heavy 240V one). I own quite a few Makita cordless tools so I
Latest review: I have one of these machine, I use it for demolition and concrete cutting as a builder. Its excellent, provided you follow the book by the letter and have the correct fuel, two stroke oil is very
Latest review: This is the second Makita circular saw I have owned, and the first one to stop working all by itself. The first one I inherited, gave decades of faithful service, and it's operational life was only
Latest review: Perfect for everything I need it for. I have no issues or complaints, especially for the price. I can use it for craft projects and my husband uses it for DIY jobs. Quite versatile and reliable, I
Latest review: Bought as a barely used second hand tool. Same as the previous two reviews. The saw does not cut accurately. Had to modify the guide just to be able to adjust it to get an accurate 90 deg cut.
Latest review: I often once wondered how QC of Japanese quality Makitas's would be effected once they became involved with Chinese production short-cuts.. Well unable to choose any-longer here in AU between those