The early generations of cordless tools that would frustrate more than function are well behind us, and now most cordless circular saws are up to the same tasks as a corded counterpart. The WORX 20V ExacTrack circular saw is no different. It works as expected, plain and simple. Its unique ExacTrack flush-cut feature, however, gives it a definitive edge.
The best advancements in a product are typically those that leave core functionality unhindered when not in use. The ExacTrack’s flush-cut fence does exactly that. When locked it is part of the saw sled. When unlocked, it allows the saw to skirt the edge of a guide board within a hair’s tolerance.
The ExactTrack lets you clamp up to a one inch guide to your work and immediately make your cut accurately. This eliminates the time it takes to measure and then subtract the width of your saw guard before setting a guide and finally making a cut. For most projects, this allows the ExactTrack to work as accurately and efficiently as my table saw.
The ExactTrack’s 20V battery is powerful, lightweight, and drives a myriad of other WORX tools. I’ve used this WORX saw to cut composite decking, pressure-treated lumber, do light demo work, and rip 3/4" plywood. It hasn’t faltered yet. The WORX 20V ExacTrack is simply a great cordless circular saw with an extra slice of versatility.