Makita SP6000J Plunge Cut Circular Saw With Guide Rail 165mm 1300W

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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Product Description

High accuracy, clean cutting.

  • Tip-resistant design.
  • Depth stopper enables to easily cut a preliminary groove at a depth of 2mm for splinter-free cuts.
  • The position of cutting line is always the same regardless of bevel angle in cutting with guide rail attached.
  • Close-to-wall cutting only 18mm away from wall at minimum.
  • Bevel cut -1 to 48 degrees.
  • Double Insulation, Variable Speed, Electric Brake, Electronic Speed Control, Soft Start, Dust Collecting and Carry Case. (Includes 2 x Clamps and 1 x 1.4m Rail)


  • Double insulation
  • Variable speed control
  • Electronic speed control
  • Soft start
  • Dust collecting
  • Carry case


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Continuousting input: 1,300W
Blade diameter: 165mm
Max. cutting capacities 0°: 56mm
Max. cutting capacities 45°: 40mm
Max. cutting capacities 48°: 38mm
No load speed (r/min): 2,000 – 5,800r/min
Overall dimensions (LxWxH)(mm): 341 x 225 x 250
Net weight: 4.4kg
Power supply cord: 2.5m
Carbon brush: CB303

Standard Equipment:

  • Wrench 13
  • Clamp set (2 x fastening clamps)
  • 1 400mm guide rail
  • Carry case

2 reviews for Makita SP6000J Plunge Cut Circular Saw With Guide Rail 165mm 1300W

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Peter Veitch

    I agonised buying a plunge saw for many years considering what I thought would have limited usage. Initially I considered Festool but internet reviews gave the Makita the edge.

    This is a decision I have not regretted. It is quick to set up and is super accurate. Where it is useful is for slight angle cuts which you cannot achieve readily on a table saw, very long cuts provided you have invested in enough track and providing a scoring cut into melamine to name just a few.

    What Makita are missing is a short track section as their standard 1400 mm section can be a bit cumbersome. I have overcome this by splitting a Triton set (2x 700 mm) with a colleague. Added to my two lengths of Makita, I now have the ability to put a straight (square) edge onto a plank of up to 3 500 mm.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very accurate review Peter Veitch! I no longer have one of these but when the cordless version (36v) is available in S.A. (wake up Makita S.A.!!!) I’ll be adding this to my arsenal again.

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