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DeWalt 20V Max Brushless Circular Saw Video Review DCS570


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The DeWalt 20V Max Brushless Circular Saw comes with the obvious upgrades of a 7-1/4" blade and brushless motor along with the power to challenge the top saws in this class.

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The new DeWalt 20V Max Brushless Circular Saw has hit the market with upgrades we expected to see from their next generation. It’s got an XR brushless motor and 7-1.4-inch blade capacity. That DeWalt brings those upgrades over their previous model is a no-brainer. The question that remains is what kind of cutting power you get from the newest player in the game.

After all, there aren’t many to choose from in the 18V/20V Max class. Makita has a pair of 18V X2 models (sidewinder and Rear-Handle that are technically 36V models) along with Milwaukee’s M18 Fuel . Ridgid stepped up about a little over a year ago with their 7-1.4-inch brushless model. Until now, Bosch and DeWalt were the only major holdouts. But of course, DeWalt did step up last year with the FlexVolt Circular Saw, though it boasts a 60V Max motor.

Some Things We Like, Some Things We Don’t

The DeWalt 20V Max Brushless Circular Saw enjoys a pretty solid ergonomic design, especially around the main handle and offset pommel. The only thing I really don’t care for here – and it’s a minor complaint – is the push in trigger safety. I prefer a push-down style. The key word here is “prefer.” It’s just my opinion and doesn’t in any way affect the saw’s performance.

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You get a nice, bright LED light and right side blade orientation. I’m a right side fan, but again, that’s just my preference. What’s missing is a rafter hook. It’s almost a necessity for me – almost. If the performance is there, it can overcome the lack of a few creature comforts. But if it’s just average, I’ll pass.

So just how does the DeWalt DCS570 perform?

Check out the video to see for yourself! If you’re not into video, then click here to take a look at our full written review!

DeWalt 20V Max Brushless Circular Saw Manufacturer’s Features

  • Brushless motor provides 5,200 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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DeWalt 20V Max Brushless Circular Saw Specifications

  • Model: DeWalt DCS570B (bare tool), DeWalt DCS570P1 (kit)
  • Power Source: DeWalt 20V Max or FlexVolt battery packs
  • Blade Size: 7-1/4″
  • No Load Speed: 5200 RPM
  • Max Cutting Depth: 2-9/16″
  • Max Bevel Angle: 57 degrees
  • Bare Weight: 8.16 pounds
  • Weight with 4.0 AH Battery: 9.52 pounds
  • Weight with 9.0 AH FlexVolt Battery: 11.04 pounds
  • Price: $159 (bare), $279 (kit with one 5.0 amp hour battery)
  • Warranty: 3 years

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Cris Longfield
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JUNK =All Dewalt

Dominick Moglia Moglia
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Shouldn’t you be comparing it to the 20v 6 1/2 not the flex volt

Clint DeBoer
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This saw is nearly identical in form (but not internals) to the 60V FlexVolt. That’s why we felt the need for the direct comparison. Check out our recent circular saw shootout for more info.

https://www.protoolreviews.com/buying-guides/best-cordless-circular-saw-shootout/30463/

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