Item # 20650 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw

Operates in both a horizontal and vertical position
Operates in both a horizontal and vertical position
Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 6.
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Operates in both a horizontal and vertical position

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Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw

Product Overview:


The Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw is a heavy-duty professional quality tool ruggedly designed for many years of reliable service. This versatile Bandsaw has the capability to be operated in both a horizontal and vertical position while cutting tubing up to 4.5” in diameter.

The Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw Features:

  • Powerful 1 HP Motor
  • Cuts up to 4 x 6 inch thick rectangle
  • Cuts up to 4-1/2 inches round
  • Saws horizontal or vertical
  • 3 speeds of either 80 120 or 200 FPM
  • Make angled cuts from 0 to 55 degrees
  • Heavy duty stand with tool tray
  • Rear roller wheels

Powerful 1 HP Motor that enables cuts through material up to 4 x 6 inch thick rectangle or 4 and a half inches round. Choose between an auto off gravity feed horizontal saw or a manually fed vertical saw. 3 speeds of either 80 120 or 200 FPM. The saw comes with a Heavy duty stand with tool tray and rear roller wheels for easy transportation. Make angled cuts from 0 to 55 degrees.

Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw


1 Year


Input Voltage 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Input Amperage 6.5A
Plug Type 3-prong
Cord Length 6’- 6”
Certification CSA
Blade Size 64.5” X .5” X .025”, 14 TPI
Blade Speeds (ft./min.): 80, 120, 200
Cutting Capacity 4.5” Round, 4” X 6” Rectangular
Maximum Cutting Angle 55°
V-Belt Type 0-506
Replacement Blade 20651

In the Box


(1) Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw with Stand

Guides & Accessories


Safety Information

Always wear ANSI rated safety glasses and gloves while using. Stop tool and disconnect from power source before changing blade.


Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw Metal Cutting Band Saw Rectangular Portable

Application Tips

Powerful 1 Hp Motor


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little bandsaw! You don't know how much you need a bandsaw until you have one. This one might not ba a professional grade tool but it is inexpensive and gets the job done. I am happy with it.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than expected. Had the saw a couple of weeks, made a dozen cuts or so; given the price and other reviews (of this one, and several other very similar ones with different brand names), I "managed" my expectation so as not to be too disappointed! And as sometimes happens, I was pleasantly surprised. As others have noted, the instructions are pretty poor, but being mechanically inclined, that only cost me an extra hour or so. As one of the other fellows said, the pulleys as listed in the manual do no fit right. They seem to be actually reversed. Mine fit perfectly with the smaller one on the motor, rather than the bigger one. OK, whatever! At any rate, it works, works very well, and seems to be heavy and stout enough to perform as much as I will need it. I dinged them one star for the manual and for one screw missing and one loose in the box. For the price, I definitely recommend this machine.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slow I've owned my saw for about 7years now.its a sparklers saw that's the main reason for this style cuts realy slow,I bought this saw in hopes I could get a wood blade as well as the metal far I haven't found saw came with the nob broke as well they quickly sent me a new one.this saw does cut clean and strait just slow.
Date published: 2023-06-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Expected better Arrived damaged but didnt return because we didn't want to deal with the hassle. Took about an hour to assemble. Metal shavings all fall in try. Bearings need higher tolerances. Used it a couple times and bushings on one side went out so the blade moves while cutting.
Date published: 2022-01-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst saw you can buy I’ve owned this for a year, and it is the worst tool purchase I have ever made. I would give it 0 stars if it were an option. I do a lot of metal fabrication; tig welding everything from aluminum structures to custom titanium exhaust and any random thing you could think of in between. So of course I need the ability to cut things. The more work I did, client base would increase along with the demand for aesthetics, symmetry, etc, meaning the cut off wheels and sawzall had served their purpose but time to get something else. Hoping a $500 purchase would serve me well until I could afford a nice bandsaw, I got this. Worst decision ever, complete waste of money. First off, the adjustment that you “rarely need to do” according to the manual, for the wheel alignment, yeah that’s incorrect. Saw blade walks off the pulley as soon as you turn it on. Both the top wheel deflection angle and the lower wheel depth will need to be adjusted for the blade to track straight and not make noise. Then I do my first cut, crooked in every way your mind can imagine. Arm is misaligned causing it to come down at an angle, had to shim the entire arm to get it to come down somewhat straight, then to correct the blade being twisted I go to adjust the blade guides… surprise surprise, had to file the edges of them because they don’t have anywhere near enough adjustment to allow the blade to come down perpendicular to the work. After HOURS of adjusting, shimming, modifying, I could achieve a cut that was relatively straight, straight enough to work with. Use it for a couple jobs then the cheap blade they provide breaks, of course. No big deal, get a blade, couple jobs later the power switch burns up, more downtime. Now it’s starting to make a bunch of noise from the lower pulley and wobbling so I’ll have to mess with that now. Every time I go to use this saw, something either breaks or needs to be tweaked or messed with to get a decent cut. In addition to the fact that it takes an absurd amount of time and effort to get this saw to cut at a “somewhat acceptable” level of accuracy, their pathetic downfeed control device provides inconsistent speed, the fence angle tape is completely inaccurate and since the “0” reading on the tape is not actually 0 degrees or “straight,” once you finally find the real 0 you won’t dare try to actually use the adjustable fence to cut angles because it’ll take you several cuts to achieve your desired angle then another, however many, trying to go back to cutting straight again. And this is just in the horizontal setting. Put it in vertical position and it’s even more laughable. In vertical, the speed needs to be maxed out regardless of what you’re cutting or the blade will just grab the material and you’ll either get a nice cut on your hand or something thrown at you, or it’ll just lock itself up momentarily. But the “table” is a joke, flimsy and like everything else on the saw, not straight at all, especially once you change everything to get the saw to cut straight in horizontal. In summary, this saw is a joke. Do not under any circumstances make the mistake of thinking that this saw is worth $500. I should’ve known better but I thought I’d get lucky and it would at least help me get to a position where I can afford a better one down the road, but I’ve spent more time fixing it and adjusting it than I have actually cutting with it, and it still doesn’t put out acceptable results, you always have to rework every cut to some degree in order to achieve perfect fitup, whereas on a not crappy saw, a simple debur after the cut and you’re good to go. If you’re looking for a saw that will just cut metal scrap/stock down to length, don’t care if it’s straight or accurate, then this saw can do that. But don’t expect it to last very long as I’ve had several issues with it and hardly any runtime. However, if you’re like me and you’re hoping to get a saw that cuts decent enough for tig welding projects or anything that will need to be straight/level when you’re done, please please do yourself a favor and stay away from this garbage. I guarantee you will be kicking yourself later. I know it sucks having to spend more than what you want to get a decent product but it’s better than completely wasting money on a product that doesn’t work, which is exactly what you’ll be doing if you buy this trash.
Date published: 2022-11-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality. I used this once. Could not get it to track. The guide bearing block bolt was stripped and wouldnt maintain position. The bearings are not lined up properly with the blade causing to to either come off or get pinched up in the bearing block. Out of the box it looked used. If you want a saw of the same quality go to harbor frieght. Its the same saw... and half the price. Also the angle guide on the side is not in line with the vice its off about 5 degrees. Overall bad tool for the cost
Date published: 2022-01-12
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Questions & Answers

How much does it weigh

Asked by: Larry
This unit weighs about 137 lbs.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2022-10-14

I bought this saw used, the blade keeps slipping off the pulleys when it gets in contact with metal to be cut. I have adjusted the blade, a little looser, a little tighter. Any tips to keep blade on? Maybe blade is worn/stretched

Asked by: Scott
I had that problem after I put some oil on the blade wiper. The pulleys do not like any oil on them. This could also be your problem. Try cleaning the pulley rubber with some alcohol.
Answered by: JPF51
Date published: 2019-10-23

What is the max width of cut at a 45° angle?

Asked by: Kyle
The max width of the cut at a 45 degree angle would be 3.5"
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-07-29

Do you carry replacement blades for this?

Asked by: MKnapp
The replacement blade item number for this is 20651.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2022-08-29

Does it come with a saw blade?

Asked by: Weldsparkslayer84
This unit will come with a saw blade.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-12-16

Can you use a cutting fluid lubricant on the blade to help cool and extend blade life?

Asked by: Chris
You could use oil with this saw. Just keep it very small amounts to minimize any chance of the blade slipping.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-12-16

What size Blades are available for this saw

Asked by: PVPD
This is the Harbor Freight Saw painted blue. I have had mine for years and gotten very good service out of it with tinkering. Harbor Freight sells a great blade for the saw that is made in the USA.
Answered by: TheDogFather
Date published: 2021-09-10

what type of gear oil is used in the gear box. thanks

Asked by: ron martinez
These units do not have an oil in the gear box. They come shipped with a bearing grease for a long life.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2021-12-04
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Eastwood Horizontal Vertical Bandsaw
Out Of Stock. Due back November 21