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DeWALT Flexvolt 60V MAX Li-Ion 7.25" Circular Saw w/ 2 Batteries & Angle Grinder EXPIRED

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Home Depot has DeWALT Flexvolt 60V MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 7.25" Circular Saw w/ 2 Batteries, Charger & Angle Grinder (DCS575T2W413B) for $329. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks tunabreath

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Home Depot has DEWALT FLEXVOLT 60-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw, 2 Batteries, Charger, w/ Bonus Brushless Angle Grinder for $329. Shipping is free.


https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../308410655
  • Circular Saw, Angle Grinder, and Tool Bag
  • (2) FLEXVOLT (6Ah at 20V or 2Ah at 60V) Batteries & Charger
  • Part of the FLEXVOLT System, featuring over (180+) tools

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FLEXVOLT 4-1/2 in. 60-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Angle Grinder w/Bonus 4-1/2 in. Angle Grinder (Tool-Only)


https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../310824059

DEWALT FLEXVOLT 4-1/2 in. 60-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Cordless Brushless Angle Grinder w/Bonus 1/4 in. Impact Driver(Tool-Only)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../310824108


FLEXVOLT 4-1/2 in. 60-Volt MAX Lithium Ion Cordless Brushless Angle Grinder w/Bonus Reciprocating Saw (Tool-Only)


https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../310824085

FLEXVOLT 60-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw,2 Batteries,Charger,w/Bonus Reciprocating Saw

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../308410652

FLEXVOLT 60-Volt MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw with Bonus 1/4 in. Impact Driver (Tool-Only)

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../310823072
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Circular saws are NOT made for right or left handed people. They are made with the blade to the right or the blade to the left which has advantages and disadvantages (sight lines, dust extraction, material support, etc.) for both right or left handed people.

Most corded skil saw styles were right blade and used by both right handers and left handers, while most wormdrive saws were left blade and also used everyday by both right handers and left handers. Todays battery powered saws are available in either option depending on manufacturer and model and the choice is yours, but not necessarily dictated by what hand you write with.

You just have to choose which style works best for you, based on your preferences, how you set up your cuts and your previous experience. Personally, I'm comfortable with and use both interchangeably - never really giving it much more thought than making sure to set up the cut with the motor weight over the good piece and not the offcut.
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Dewalt recently announced there is an enhanced version of this exact saw, grinder, and reciprocating saw coming in spring 2020 so expect there to be some nice deals on these still very good tools with newer models coming soon

https://www.mynewsdesk.com/us/dew...ls-2942404
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As others have pointed out, no such thing as a right hand and left hand saw... the Makita saw in your picture is a worm drive saw - look how far back the handle is set.

All saws are generally designed with right handed people in mind, since they're the large majority of customers in the world.

I don't feel like typing the reasons why, so read this which about sums it up as to why they're designed differently- https://www.protoolreviews.com/ne...ade/31191/
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This is an awesome deal. Well worth it!
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Always a combo with something I already have Frown I need a hammer drill and could probably use an angle grinder
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Dang...I paid about that much for the saw with one battery a couple months ago. Very happy with it.
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I wish it had the worm drive saw
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Following up on what Lev0r said, this saw sucks if you're right handed. I have it as well as the worm drive 60v. Thinking about buying this and selling the saw because I can always use batteries and I've had my eye on the grinder.

Edit: just noticed that the grinder that comes with the saw is the 20v variety not the flexvolt. Pass on this for me. Not a bad deal for someone who needs all the tools in the combo.
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The one issue with this and most of DeWALT circular saws is that they are made to be used with the left hand. I believe I read somewhere that this was actually an accident when they started producing it. I believe they have since fixed it and sell the right-handed saw separately but most kits still come with the left-handed circular saw. Still fine if you're just going to use it to make cuts now and then but if you plan on using it a lot you may want to get the right-handed circular saw that they sell separately. Unless of course you are left handed.
Solid tip, thanks. Probably would have bought this and been really annoyed. My corded circ saw has the blade on the other side which I like better for visibility during cuts (right handed). You can use it left handed but the motor blocks your view if you are cutting a line without a guide.
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The one issue with this and most of DeWALT circular saws is that they are made to be used with the left hand. I believe I read somewhere that this was actually an accident when they started producing it. I believe they have since fixed it and sell the right-handed saw separately but most kits still come with the left-handed circular saw. Still fine if you're just going to use it to make cuts now and then but if you plan on using it a lot you may want to get the right-handed circular saw that they sell separately. Unless of course you are left handed.
Wierd I have two different Dewalt cordless saws use them all the time. Not once have even noticed this. Now it will probably bug me 😀
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Wierd I have two different Dewalt cordless saws use them all the time. Not once have even noticed this. Now it will probably bug me 😀
I was thinking the same, i had to go look at all my saws and they are all on the same side and its never been an issue.
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Wierd I have two different Dewalt cordless saws use them all the time. Not once have even noticed this. Now it will probably bug me 😀
That's funny because I didn't notice either until my boss told me. I dont use them often but he used to be a general contractor using them all the time. Took him about 2 seconds to point it out. I thought I bought the wrong kit or something but it turned out that all the kits had the same left handed saw in them at the time. Since then I know they've come out with the right handed separately but I'm not sure if they've started putting them in any of the kits yet
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I was thinking the same, i had to go look at all my saws and they are all on the same side and its never been an issue.
It's never really been an issue for me either as I don't use the saw enough for it to be a real problem. I can still see the guide line on the saw. If anything it just mentally bothers me more than it effects my ability. If I never knew I dont think I would ever care
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Circular saws are NOT made for right or left handed people. They are made with the blade to the right or the blade to the left which has advantages and disadvantages (sight lines, dust extraction, material support, etc.) for both right or left handed people.

Most corded skil saw styles were right blade and used by both right handers and left handers, while most wormdrive saws were left blade and also used everyday by both right handers and left handers. Todays battery powered saws are available in either option depending on manufacturer and model and the choice is yours, but not necessarily dictated by what hand you write with.

You just have to choose which style works best for you, based on your preferences, how you set up your cuts and your previous experience. Personally, I'm comfortable with and use both interchangeably - never really giving it much more thought than making sure to set up the cut with the motor weight over the good piece and not the offcut.
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The one issue with this and most of DeWALT circular saws is that they are made to be used with the left hand.
I don't know what your talking about. The picture shows a "right handed" saw.
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