Metabo HPT 36V MultiVolt Circular Saw Review (Hitachi)

We got our grubby hands on the Metabo HPT MultiVolt Circular Saw (model C3607DAQ4). t’s a blade-right sidewinder style with a solid overall build, using metal components all around where other brands will use plastic.

UPDATE: It now appears Metabo HPT is perpetually throwing in either the AC adapter or a battery/charger kit with every saw. That brings the price down considerably.

Unlike any other circular saw we’ve tested, you get two-speed modes to work with. In its normal cutting mode, the blade spins up to 4300 RPM and has enough torque to make it the 5th fastest saw in our full depth cutting test. It also beat out our corded Skilsaw worm drive.

Metabo HPT’s first MultiVolt circular saw is well-built, lightweight for its class, and outperforms our corded worm drive. While there’s a little hiccup on the secondary handle design, the price is what will make you think twice and likely keep this saw out of the hands of anyone not already on the MultiVolt platform.

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Javier Mayorga says:

Lucky for me i got the saw itself for 156.99 usd and the metabo 36v battery and charger came with it for free.

Desert Garage says:

I picked it up and love it. Such a nice saw and love the option to plug in when The battery dies.

Rob L. says:

My DeWalt 36v Li-Ion set is over a decade old and still going strong.

chris simon says:

Why does their price not surprise me!! LOL

david smith says:

Looks good. Great information thanks .

shane clk says:

Why does an AC adapter cost 150 USD rediculous

Top Tools says:

They’ve run the free battery promotion shortly after release so you just need to buy the tool and you get the whole kit basically. I’ve seen it on for a while for all the Metabo HPT multivolt tools.

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