Supplied with 20 tooth TCT blade, side fence and carrying case. The 5903RK is a heavy duty circular saw, the base is solidly constructed and the 85mm max depth of cut and powerful 1550 watt motor makes it ideally suited for cutting larger timber. The large handle at the front also provides added stability and the efficient sawdust ejection helps to give a clearer line of sight.
|Blade Diameter||235 mm|
|Bore Size||30 mm|
|Corded or Cordless||Corded|
|Max Depth of Cut @ 45deg||64 mm|
|Max Depth of Cut @ 90deg||85 mm|
|Motor Power||1,550 W|
|Nett Weight||7.6 kg|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||106 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K]||95 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Spindle Lock||Standard Feature|
|Vibration Cutting Wood [Uncertainty K]||3.0 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
1 July 2018
A brilliant buyBrought this over 4 years ago and am so glad I picked this model. I could've gone for something much smaller - it's a tad oversized for what i typically use it for, ripping full sheets to size - but its worth its weight... To get a proper square cut edge I use a roofers square to set the blade and then it stays true and cuts square enough to get perfectly flat and gapless biscuited joints. I've cut miles of 1" chipboard sub flooring with it and today i cut four, 24' runs through 3" Douglas fir and it didn't skip a beat. If i ever manage to kill it, I'll replace like for like in a heartbeat.
30 July 2015
Seriously impressedI took down a large Oak (proper English Oak) in the winter and planked it with my chainsaw, I bought this saw to rip the 3" planks down for use as roof timbers and it did the job with ease so I'm well pleased with my purchase. The saw tracks dead straight and appears well made, oh....and the missus thought it was great value at 50 quid!!!!
Mr Scott Hornbuckle
21 May 2010
Worth every pennyI also use mine to rip up French oak before I can man handle it onto the table saw or planner. I push mine to its limit and rip 85mm thick green and dried oak. So far it has managed fine.
Mr Gordon Steadman
15 July 2009
No soft touchHad to get this as my old Wickes died from overwork. Apart from the fact there is no soft start on mine, I am, so far, very impressed. Its solid, rips through good French oak (up to 50mm) with ease and tracks dead straight. The planer has minimum work to do afterwards. Makes my life a lot easier as I seem to be making every new oak door and shutter in France. By the way, its cheaper, including carriage, to buy this in the UK than in France