Best Circular Saws Under $350

See the top rated circular saws under $350 below. Click on a model to see more information, reviews & ratings (where available) about it and price comparisons between different sellers.

Models below are ordered starting from the best rated (at the top).

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Milwaukee 6390-21 7-1/4″ Tilt-Lok Circular Saw [Best Price, Price Comparison & Review]
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Saw Circa 7-1/4 CS. The product is easy to use. The product is durable. The product is manufactured in china.
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DEWALT DW384 8-1/4″ Circular Saw [Best Price, Price Comparison & Review]
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Rear pivot depth of cut adjustment allows your hand to remain behind the tool at all depth of cuts, high torque motor for increased productivity, 50 ...
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SKILSAW SPT78W-01 8-1/4″ Aluminum Worm Drive Circular Saw [Best Price, Price Comparison & Review]
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SKILSAW SPT78W-01 15-Amp 8-1/4-Inch Aluminum Worm Drive Circular Saw
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Milwaukee 6390-20 7-1/4″ Tilt-Lok Circular Saw with Tilting Handle [Best Price, Price Comparison & Review]
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SAW CIRC 7-1/4. The product is easy to use. The product is durable. The product is manufactured in China.
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Makita 5005BA 5-1/2″ Circular Saw with Electric Brake [Best Price, Price Comparison & Review]
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5005BA Model Code: AB - Price is for 1 Each (part# 5005BA) This item features: -Blade on the left side. -Lightweight for increased maneuverability. ...
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This price class (under $350) is still considered as lower price for circular saws. Keep in mind that cheaper circular saws, even at the $350 price can have limitations in terms of their power, functionality and build quality.  These lower-end models are more suited to starting woodworkers or DIYers wanting to buy something to get them started. If you are not a beginner and are more of an intermediate or advanced user you may want to buy a model in a higher price bracket that has better power & more functions and will last longer.

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