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Klingernes battle: This circular saw saver to the top

the Saw and the hammer is tømrernes favorite weapons, when they go to war with to build houses, roofs and terraces. Both are classic tools, but in this instance we focus on the saw, which has several thousand years of history on the back.

The first saw, archaeologists have unearthed, dating from the stone age – 12,000 years. f.Kr. and it was made out of dyrekæber.

Here 14.015 years later four modern circular saws against each other in a direct duel, which will be judged by a hard-nosed professional. The man with the final word is not the local chief of stenalderbopladsen, but master carpenter Anders Gisselbæk, who owns a carpentry company of the same name. The four duellanter called AEG, Milwaukee, Festool and Makita.

We can very appropriately start with the rankings, which in this place goes to AEG. The place gets EGGS first and foremost, because the material does not bear the stamp of the same quality as the other three machines.

- It feels a bit like a discountprodukt, I must admit. You can see it at the, you can hear it on it, and you can feel it on the. It seems heavier and more clumsy than the other three, explains Anders Gisselbæk.

AEG'a dumper so the professional testmesters test, but to the hobbyist it is quite fine.

- I will say that it is good for the do-it-yourself-the man who can swing it in front of the guys. But for professional carpentry goes it is not, says Anders Gisselbæk.


Third place goes to the Milwaukee. It is no bad machine, but the rows not more than a bronze medal this time, says the judgment.

- It feels heavier and bigger than the other two and so feels not so good in the hand, explains tømrermesteren.

Actually share the Milwaukee's title as the lightest of the machines with the Makita, but this just feels different, notes testmesteren.

He has, however, also some fine things to say about the american.

- On the plus side has Milwaukee with a hook so you can hang it in bukselommen or the like, when not in use, he says.


So there are only two contestants left in the battle to become the best circular saw. And first it must be stressed that the testmesteren love both machines, and that in this place was a close race between first and second place. But Makita is after all bow to the mighty Festool.

Let us start with the disadvantages this time. The biggest of these is that the exhaust sits on the inside of the machine.

- It is a little annoying that it sprays the sawdust directly into the pocket of one. You could well have placed the exhaust on the other side of the blade, although it is of course not a problem for a left-handed, says Anders Gisselbæk.

And now for the good: Testmesteren pays particular, that the machine is good for a wide variety of sawing tasks.

- It is a little more all-around than the other three circular saws, and so is the precise and well balanced, so it lies well in the hand, explains testmesteren. It has like the Milwaukee a hook so you can hang the machine when, for example, crawling around and doing the tag. All in all a really nice machine, sounds from Anders Gisselbæk.


the Winner can no longer be any doubt, and it is a compelling one of its kind, tells the tømrermesteren.

- the test winner is obvious Festool. It is just the Rolls-Royce’by the machines, and they know their stuff both in terms of quality and functionality. The circular saw here is no exception, explains Anders Gisselbæk.

He calls the machine ’brilliant’ and ’skidelækker’, before he reaches forward to a few more detailed terms.

- Førerskinnen, which belongs with, is simply just fed. It is the icing on the cake on a really cool piece of tool, and no other machines come with just as good shines, he says.

The winning saw scores toppoint in both design and function. Anders Gisselbæk have nothing bad to say about the circular saw, in addition to that he, personally, would prefer the Makita to the roofing contractors when Festool's according to him is best for the finer precision and joinery.

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