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I've used that exact saw you linked earlier this year for a job. I was surprised that the dust pickup actually worked using a 16 gal rigid shop vac. Two things I liked where it's lightweight compared to Bosch and it has soft start so it doesn't try and jump out of your hands when starting. Beware these saws love to trip breakers so the best way I usually run them is on their own generator on the shortest cord possible.
 

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What blockjockey said.

I didn't use it with the vac attach, so I can't comment.

They are pigs. I used the wet version. It cuts slow, it trips breakers, it's would be nice if you could keep the damn thing powered on.
 

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The dust collection is the main concern for working in basements with living spaces above and we will be using it to mostly cut a kerf in the concrete so that when we break it up we have a clean, finished edge.

Thanks for the feedback so far.
 
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