DEWALT DCS570B XR 20-volt Max-Amp 7-1/4-in Brushless Cordless Circular Saw
The DCS570 provides the power and depth of cut they receive in a corded circular saw with the portability and convenience of cordless.
DEWALT brushless motor technology delivers excellent performance and runtime when cross cutting 2x material and ripping sheet goods.
Tool only, battery and charger sold separately.
- Brushless motor provides 5200 RPM maintaining speed under load
- 7-1/4-in blade provides 2-9/16-in cutting capacity at 90°
- 57° bevel capacity with positive stops at 45 and 22.5 provides increased versatility
- Offers rubber overmold for better control
- Stops the blade after trigger is released
- Delivers corded capacity
- Durable high grade aluminum base for accurate cuts
- Maximized for runtime and durability delivering excellent performance
- Includes 7-1/4-in (184mm) circular saw, 7-1/4-in blade, and blade changing wrench
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Replacing the Hitachi corded saw with the new brush-less, cordless, 7-1/4″ circular saw DCS570B, with a DCB206 6-amp hour battery should run all day. Also replacing the DCS391B 6-1/2″ circular saw, always called the left-handed saw. The new DCS570B using the more standard 7-1/4″ saw blades. The saw is what I call a right-handed saw, also has a LED light may or may not be useful to me. The arbor is 5/8″ or .625″, rip fence maybe DW3278, rip fence not needed a lot but once used is a work saver. The saw can use the new DCB606/DCB609 Flexvolt battery “heavier and larger”. Worked great cutting some of the 2×4 on project planter hanger.
This saw does essentially everything a corded circular saw does. I’ve used it professionally for around four months, since they came out, and I’ve only grabbed my old Makita once, for cutting 2″ iso rigid insulation with a Centerfire blade. This saw is good for cutting dimensional lumber (to include 2×10 rafters), OSB (including 11/16″ subflooring), 1x oak, FRP, anything I’ve thrown at it – except that iso board. Batteries don’t last forever but it seems it; certainly better than the 6 1/2″ 20v saw this one replaced. Speaking of which, this saw leaves a consistently better cutline than the 6 1/2″ ever did, every bit as good as my old Makita.