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Dewalt DCS369B ATOMIC 20-Volt MAX Brushless Compact Reciprocating Saw $87 + FS

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Fasteners Inc, an authorized dealer for dewalt tools, is selling this DCS369B ATOMIC Brushless Reciprocating Saw for $87 and free shipping.
  • 37% Lighter than the DCS367 reciprocating saw (tool only)
  • Brushless motor for increased performance
  • LED Light to help illuminate dark work spaces
  • Tool free blade release allows for quick and easy blade changes
  • Variable speed trigger provides user with improved speed control
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I've always wanted a reciprocating saw but couldn't think of a way I would use it being just a homeowner doing small home improvements and hobby stuff in the garage. At this price and compact size, I might just do it.
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I've always wanted a reciprocating saw but couldn't think of a way I would use it being just a homeowner doing small home improvements and hobby stuff in the garage. At this price and compact size, I might just do it.
They are very useful for cutting nails or any sort of demo work, another popular homeowner use is to put a coarse wood blade on it to use as a single handed pruning saw.
Then you have your more general uses, like cutting metal or pvc pipes, a giant jigsaw (not as useful), and framing guides.
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They are very useful for cutting nails or any sort of demo work, another popular homeowner use is to put a coarse wood blade on it to use as a single handed pruning saw.
Then you have your more general uses, like cutting metal or pvc pipes, a giant jigsaw (not as useful), and framing guides.
That's how mine gets the most use. When I have a small branch and don't want to bring out the chainsaw.

I can't comment on this atomic version though. I have the regular reciprocating saw.
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I've always wanted a reciprocating saw but couldn't think of a way I would use it being just a homeowner doing small home improvements and hobby stuff in the garage. At this price and compact size, I might just do it.
Just fyi, the stroke length on this saw is only 5/8th (0.625") of an inch versus 1 & 1/8th of an inch (1.125") on Dewalt's "traditional/full size" recip saws. Depending on what you are using it for, it might be exactly the right tool. But if you're looking for an general-use recip saw, the longer stroke length will keep you happier.
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In for one. These cut off catalytic converters much faster!
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Would it cut through 2×4s?
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$99 at Home Depot, so not a huge deal but still cheaper than anywhere else other than eBay. eBay is a good place to look at "tool only" items that people might have gotten in a bundle.
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Would it cut through 2×4s?
With the right blade? Like a hot knife through butta.
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I have this one and the corded version. I love this tool as I can easily cut through PVC and copper pipes in tight places that the corded one just would be a pain.
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Quote from IndigoWinter2667 :
They are very useful for cutting nails or any sort of demo work, another popular homeowner use is to put a coarse wood blade on it to use as a single handed pruning saw.
Then you have your more general uses, like cutting metal or pvc pipes, a giant jigsaw (not as useful), and framing guides.
I solely use mine for cutting apart 14 ft tall christmas trees my wife likes. Getting them in the house bailed is easy, getting them out it about 4 pieces.
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I solely use mine for cutting apart 14 ft tall christmas trees my wife likes. Getting them in the house bailed is easy, getting them out it about 4 pieces.
Smart man
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Quote from AlXBoi :
I've always wanted a reciprocating saw but couldn't think of a way I would use it being just a homeowner doing small home improvements and hobby stuff in the garage. At this price and compact size, I might just do it.
I use mine for various projects. Anything from cutting fence pickets to quick pruning jobs on trees and bushes. They're nice to have around when you need one.
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excellent price thanks a bunch
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Didn't buy this one but did buy the DCS367B as they had it cheaper then anyone else out there. Rather have the full stroke length and the made in the USA tools just seem better built to me. Thanks Op.
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