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SKILSAW Power Tools Expands Product Line with New SKILSAW 10-1/4 Inch Worm Drive

MT. PROSPECT, ILL. – Designed and built with the legendary SKILSAW heritage, the new SKILSAW® 10-1/4 inch Worm Drive Saw offers the same powerful performance and hardworking character that has made SKILSAW worm drives the jobsite standard. This is the only 10-1/4 inch worm drive saw designed to cut 4x material smoothly and cleanly in one pass. The 10-1/4 inch worm drive saw dubbed "Sawsquatch™" also features the recently unveiled brand identity and logo. It marks the brand's second expansion of the professional line of tools focused on cutting.

"This is the next step in offering the best cutting solutions to professional tradesmen," said Angela Tedesco, product manager, circular saws. "From fence posts to framing to rip or cross cutting, a 10-1/4 inch worm drive will get the job done more efficiently with fewer and faster cuts. It powers through all types of materials and allows users to be more productive on the jobsite."

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Linda Mueller, SKIL Marketing
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Mt. Prospect, IL 60056

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SKILSAW Power Tools Builds on Heritage with New Brand Identity and Expanded Product Line

MT. PROSPECT, ILL. – The SKILSAW® brand began with the invention of the circular saw in 1924, and for decades their worm drive SKILSAWs have been regarded as the jobsite standard by tradesmen everywhere. Capturing this rich heritage in cutting, SKILSAW Power Tools is launching a new brand identity and expanding its line of professional grade tools that will have the same unstoppable legendary performance tradesmen have come to expect from a SKILSAW. SKILSAW Power Tools will feature a new logo and introduce two new direct drive circular saws under the name SIDEWINDER™ with additional product launches planned.

A New Generation

SKILSAW Introduces Improved Line of Worm Drive SKILSAWs

MT. PROSPECT, ILL. – For generations, the name SKILSAW has been synonymous with quality and durability. With the recent introduction of a new family of worm drives, SKILSAW continues to build its hard-earned reputation as the "go-to" saw on jobsites.

The new worm drive family includes three saws: the SKILSAW SHD77-02, the SKILSAW SHD77M-02 and the SKILSAW MAG77LT. Each is designed to achieve different cutting applications.

"Developing saws specific to the various cutting applications and trades allows contractors to cut more efficiently," said Nancy Struijk, product manager, circular saws. "This in turn allows them to make the most out of their day on the job."

New SKIL 7 inch Wet Tile Saw Features Unique HydroLock System™ for Less Mess and Easy Clean-up

MT. PROSPECT, ILL. – The cold winter months are a popular time to complete interior home improvement projects, unless the task involves cutting and installing most types of tile. Cutting ceramic, glass or stone tile with a wet saw is a messy job that results in water spray and tile dust going everywhere. Consequently, tile jobs are usually put off until warm weather arrives so the wet mess can be relegated to the outdoors...until now. SKIL's new 7 inch Wet Tile Saw (#3550) makes completing tile projects easier with its unique HydroLock System™ that effectively cuts tile without the mess.

The 7 inch Wet Tile Saw's innovative HydroLock System™ keeps water splash to a minimum so tiles can be cut in the room where they're being installed. The #3550 also comes equipped with a durable rust-resistant aluminum table top and a sliding side extension that can be used on either the right or left side to support tiles up to 18x18 inches, the largest capacity amongst its competition.

Think Pink This Spring

SKIL Tools Offers Pink Product Perfect for Mom

MT. PROSPECT, ILL. – This year, SKIL Tools is continuing its fight against breast cancer with a $100,000 donation to Komen* in 2013.This makes the second year that SKIL has supported breast cancer awareness. By the end of 2013, SKIL donations to the cause will total nearly $250,000.

"We're honored to continue supporting efforts to end breast cancer by extending our partnership with the Komen organization," said Monica Stankiewicz, Associate Marketing Manger of SKIL Tools. "Our pink iXO tool is a constant reminder of the importance of finding a cure for this disease and makes a great gift year-round."