Worm Drive Saw for Concrete

January 2017

Skilsaw announces the world’s first fully integrated worm drive saw designed to score and cut concrete. Until now, users had to create their own tool workarounds to score concrete by modifying a worm drive saw with costly third party or homemade attachments, and the results were less than ideal.
    
Medusaw™ is the first worm drive concrete saw that delivers a complete concrete cutting system with legendary Skilsaw worm drive power and durability. Skilsaw engineered this saw with an integrated wet/dry dust management system to control dust, allowing for cleaner cuts and GFCI protection. Both features extend the life of the saw and protect the user.
    
Medusaw features a Cut-Ready™ adjustable plunge lock that allows users to quickly and accurately set and make consistent plunge cuts. The saw also has an integrated rolling foot plate with rubber wheels that help users move it smoothly across hard surfaces and rust-resistant brackets and fasteners to protect against corrosion. Finally, the tool includes a retractable front pointer that accurately guides the saw along the cut line and retracts for tight spaces.
    
Medusaw comes equipped with an onboard multifunction wrench, making it easy for users to change their blades, oil, brushes, water feed attachment and wheels.
    
Medusaw has a suggested retail price of $399.

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