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    Circular Saws

    I need to get a circular saw for some work I am doing at our new house. I am dont think I need a expensive one, but I see you can get 13 amp, 14 amp and 15 amp ones. My worry I will get a 13 amp one, and it will be so weak, I will have problems cutting wood.

    So my question is, will I regret getting a 13 or 14 amp? Should I just get a 15 and be done with it?

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    The 13 Amp Saw should be adequate for cutting small bits of wood, but if you need to cut bigger more meaty planks I would recommend the 15 AMP Saw.

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    I would just go for the 15 AMP, I have a 13 AMP now and really wish I would of forked up the extra bucks.
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    I ended up going with a 14amp Ryobi. I was going to get Menards house brand Max Force (or something like that), they have it on sale for a 15 amp for $75, but forgot it when I went for drywall and doors, so I just stopped by the Home Depot by my office, and got this one, which I think I am going to be happy with for what I am using it for.

    Thanks for the help!

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