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DEWALT DCS570B 7-1/4" (184mm) 20V Cordless Circular Saw with Brake (Tool Only) $134.99

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Dewalt 20v xr cordless circular saw is down to $134.99 on Amazon. Big box stores have on sale for $160.

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Good saw, i've been really happy with it.
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I'd like this one, but the 6.5 I have seems to do the job. Looks like a decent deal though. Now if it came with a battery, I might upgrade. 🤔
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Thank you! I just got this from amazon yesterday at the old price. They won't price match but will do a free return. Buying the new one at a lower price and sending back the one I got yesterday.
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I got a good deal I this saw a while back. It's a good saw, powerful, accurate, seems durable. But I find myself reaching for my 6 1/2 most of the time just because it's lighter and easier to use. Usually when I'm ripping sheets or doing something that needs extra power or depth, I'll go for my corded Skil. A good saw, but probably not a must have for most people.
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I got a good deal I this saw a while back. It's a good saw, powerful, accurate, seems durable. But I find myself reaching for my 6 1/2 most of the time just because it's lighter and easier to use. Usually when I'm ripping sheets or doing something that needs extra power or depth, I'll go for my corded Skil. A good saw, but probably not a must have for most people.
That doesn't make a whole lot of sense imo, the reason to own one of these saws is to eliminate having to use a corded saw. Why own one capable of doing the tasks you are still using your corded saw to do if you aren't going to use it.
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That doesn't make a whole lot of sense imo, the reason to own one of these saws is to eliminate having to use a corded saw. Why own one capable of doing the tasks you are still using your corded saw to do if you aren't going to use it.
The corded ones still have a ton more power. 60v is different. The 6.5 while not brushless, is a few lbs lighter.
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The corded ones still have a ton more power. 60v is different. The 6.5 while not brushless, is a few lbs lighter.
The 6.5 doesn't compare to the 7.25. I barely used the 6.5 except to cut a few small boards and I wasn't much of a fan. I have now replaced the 6.5 and a corded saw in most of my trailers with these.
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