The Saw-Max can be ordered in three forms: the toolkit, the toolkit with the case, and just the cutting kit. The full kit contains the saw itself, a dust port adapter, a multi-purpose carbide wheel, a tile diamond wheel, a metal cut-off wheel, a multi-purpose flush cut carbide wheel, the manual, and an Allen wrench. All of these come packaged in a sturdy tool case.
In a nutshell, the Saw-Max is a handheld circular saw that comes in handy whenever you want to make quick, fine cuts on relatively thin and light materials. It runs on 120 V and uses 3-inch blades, which is a little shorter than those used by the Versacut. The Saw-Max runs on a 6.0 amp motor and cuts at a speed of 17,000 rpm. The amperage and speed are both better than those of the Versacut.
The Saw-Max’s cutting depth is a ¾ inch, which is a lot shorter than that of the Versacut. Also, this tool does not come with a built-in laser guide, unlike its competition. However, one of the good things about the Saw-Max is that it does not require you to apply pressure on the tool to get the blade to stick out, which lessens the strain on your hand and arm.
As mentioned, the Saw-Max does not have as many reviews as does the Versacut, but the majority of what it has gathered so far are positive. A lot of users seem content with the performance of this handheld saw, and we take that as a very good indicator of the overall quality of the Saw-Max.