This is a very good saw. Mine gets used Very hard--Production Residential Tile. Pros. It keeps its settings. With vacuum very good dust collection. The Gears have handled lots of hits with Framing nails and concrete anchors with no breaks (yet :D) The con is THIS IS THE LOUDEST MOST OBNOXIOUS TOOL I OWN Conclusion Wouldn't trade it unless Hilti Built one. Craig
Crain 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw
The No. 825 comes with a 6-1/2" diameter carbide-tipped blade that can fully undercut most doors in place. Also included is the No. 805 Masonry Blade for undercutting hearths.
- 825 model features a more powerful, lower RPM motor that throws less dust.
- 1-1/2" vacuum port
- The saw undercuts walls, jambs, inside corners, and even most toe-spaces.
- It does it all a real value for the price!
- Cuts masonry and fully undercuts most doors in place!
- Crain 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw
- Carbide Tipped Blade, 821 (on saw)
- Masonry Cutting Blade, 805
- Allen Wrench
- Carrying Case
- Operator's Manual
|Crain 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw Specifications|
|Power||8.15 amps / 930 W|
|No Load Speed||8,000 RPM|
|Max Cutting Height||1 inch|
|Max Cutting Depth||1-5/8 inch|
Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
Could use an accurate hieght adjustment device, a dial in like on a router vercess the wing nuts.
ease to use
THIS TOOL IS FOR THE PRO'S,HAS PLENTY OF POWER,SAFE TO USE AND WILL LAST ME MANY MANY YEARS TO COME.I HIGHLY RECOMEND THIS PRODUCT TO EVERY CONTRACTOR.
very handy, a great tool
I've used this tool on various types of material and have had no trouble even with very dense stone. This tool delivers plenty of power, so hold on and follow the owners manual. Be sure to use the proper blade per application. I would recommend to anyone.
This Crain 825 undercut saw is superior to any other jamb saw i have ever used..I have been in business for over 15 years and this saw has everything to make it one of the best tools i own
As indicated in other reviews, this saw is loud, and you'd be unwise NOT to wear safety glasses specifically because it does EXACTLY what it's built to do .... cut through everything. I've used this on all the door frames (closets & walkways) in my upstairs as I've been installing hardwood floors; without this tool it would have cost hours of my time, with this tool, minutes. Agree with Floyd that it could use an accurate height adjustment because you have to adjust both sides with a twist nut. Have already recommended this tool to others.