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DeWalt Atomic 20-Volt MAX Cordless 4-1/2" Circular Saw (Tool-Only)

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Home Depot has DeWalt Atomic 20-Volt MAX Cordless 4-1/2" Circular Saw (Tool-Only; DCS571B) on sale for $99 (discounted price shown in cart). Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available. Thanks Kavoom
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This brushless cordless 4-1/2 in. circular saw comes with 1 blade, rip fence, dust port adaptor and blade change key. The DCS571 features a bevel gear design allowing users to cut 2X material at 90° and 1X material at 45°.

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This is a tool only deal normally $149 and you have to look at the price in the cart. The best I see out there other than this is a bit less than 130 on Amazon. This has close to a five star (shows five star) with few negatives.


20-Volt motor delivers up to 800 MWO and 4500 RPM

Up to 45 degree bevel cut capacity

1 9/16 in. cutting capacity at 90 degrees

This brushless cordless 4-1/2 in. circular saw comes with 1 blade, rip fence, dust port adaptor and blade change key. The DCS571 features a bevel gear design allowing users to cut 2X material at 90° and 1X material at 45°. With convenient on-board blade key storage users can change blades with minimal hassle. Elongated handle optimizes reach for rip cutting OSB and plywood. With the DCB205, you can cut up to 339 lin. ft. of 3/4 in. OSB. Battery and charger sold separately.

Brushless motor allows you to cut up to 339 lin. ft. of 3/4 in. OSB using DCB205 battery (sold separately)
Removable auxiliary handle for increased control
Hang hook for increased convenience
On-board blade key storage for hassle free blade changes
1-1/2 in. finger trigger allows users to choke-up on tool if necessary for their application
Bevel gear allows users to cut 2X material at 90° with a 4-1/2 in. blade
Electronic blade brake stops blade quickly for safety and productivity
Bevel lever gives user the ability to bevel at 45° to cut 1X dimensional lumber
On-board dust port for dust control

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Black and Decker and DeWalt being the same company is irrelevant. The quality of the two brands are very different. Pretty much all major tool brands have multiple quality levels across multiple brands within their parent corporation.
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Figures. Good sale, good tool. I finally bought it full price a couple weeks ago after watching the price since Christmas.
Really love this saw. It's made my acrylic sheet breakdown a breeze. Hobby stuff, but lots of it.
The MTP 4 pack of 4 1/2" blades works well with this saw. Good blades and the pack covers a lot of materials. On Amazon the pack is ~$30 and goes on sale occasionally.
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Figures. Good sale, good tool. I finally bought it full price a couple weeks ago after watching the price since Christmas.
Really love this saw. It's made my acrylic sheet breakdown a breeze. Hobby stuff, but lots of it.
The MTP 4 pack of 4 1/2" blades works well with this saw. Good blades and the pack covers a lot of materials. On Amazon the pack is ~$30 and goes on sale occasionally.
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Also 20% cb!
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Noob here.. this or the 6.5" version for same price?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../203164241
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Also 20% cb!
How do you get cb on HD?
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Umm how?
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Noob here.. this or the 6.5" version for same price?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../203164241
Depends on your needs. They both serve a different purpose. If your only cutting 2x4s or smaller at 90° then this is good. If you have thicker material or need bevel cuts then the 6 1/2 would be better.
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Depends on your needs. They both serve a different purpose. If your only cutting 2x4s or smaller at 90° then this is good. If you have thicker material or need bevel cuts then the 6 1/2 would be better.
So 6 1/2 would be more versatile, right? I am assuming more expensive blades though..
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So 6 1/2 would be more versatile, right? I am assuming more expensive blades though..
More versatile, yes. A little less compact as well, but still portable. Also, probably cheaper blades for the 6 1/2. A standard Diablo 4 1/2 blade is $15. Versus $11 for the 6 1/2 and even $10 for a 7 1/4 blade.
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Depends on your needs. They both serve a different purpose. If your only cutting 2x4s or smaller at 90° then this is good. If you have thicker material or need bevel cuts then the 6 1/2 would be better.
I have 5 3/8 and found it to be a little small for general purposes. I would recommend 6.5 and invest in multi tool for smaller items
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Noob here.. this or the 6.5" version for same price?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../203164241 [homedepot.com]
I have both, and are used for different things.

I managed to score a new DEWALT FlexVolt 60V MAX Li-Ion 7-1/4 in. Circular Saw DCS575B for $120 on ebay. So deals are out there if you are patient
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Can the flexvolt one be run off 2 20v batteries?
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Noob here.. this or the 6.5" version for same price?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../203164241 [homedepot.com]
This Dewalt splits the difference with a smaller (Versacut-sized) one that cuts closer (to wall), with limited access. Wonder if this Dewalt's upper handle be removed/modded for better clearance?

That 6.5" is non-brushless (their 7.25 XR is brushless), but electrical efficiency aside, it comes down to other stuff like what kerf width and carbide quality/angle you can get in the uncommon blade sizes, also the RPM surface-speeds probably don't overlap much.
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