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DeWalt 12" 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Chainsaw + 5Ah Battery EXPIRED

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Grainger.com has DeWalt 12" 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Chainsaw + Bonus 20V 5Ah Battery on sale for $149. Shipping is $16.42.

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  • DeWalt 12" 20V MAX Li-Ion Cordless Brushless Chainsaw (DCCS620B)
  • DeWalt 20V 5Ah Battery (DCB205)
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Free in-store pickup. Shipping makes the deal not as sweet, but if you are able to pick this up it's a great deal!

https://www.grainger.com/product/...-in-317D25

This would be an okay deal with the chainsaw alone, but coupled with the 5ah battery this is a smoking deal!
Competitor pricing is around 220
https://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DCC...B00GLI0VRM OOS

CCC on Amazon shows the lowest price for this set was 199.00 on Aug 31, 2018.
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So I'd ordered the hedge trimmer on Tuesday and it just arrived. But no battery. Anyone else? Waiting to see if it shows up separately today before I reach out to Grainger, unless I need to hop on that.
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OP's User name checks out
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Quote from FaithfulCemetery562 :
So I'd ordered the hedge trimmer on Tuesday and it just arrived. But no battery. Anyone else? Waiting to see if it shows up separately today before I reach out to Grainger, unless I need to hop on that.
I noticed on the site it's listed as two separate items: the bare tool and the battery. Hopefully it's just the battery shipping via ground because it's lithium ion and tool shipped air. Let us know if you get it.
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I noticed on the site it's listed as two separate items: the bare tool and the battery. Hopefully it's just the battery shipping via ground because it's lithium ion and tool shipped air. Let us know if you get it.
Good call. I saw that it was two items but didn't think about the battery possibly coming ground instead. And dummy me checked out as a guest so I'd have to call to try and verify.
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Does it come with charger?
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Tool Newbie question: what could this 12 inch chainsaw do that a decent recip saw couldn't? (Such as a cordless brushless Dewalt recip saw)

Or another way of asking, is it worth it to buy this chainsaw if you already have a cordless recip? (Versus say going for a bigger chainsaw)
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Tool Newbie question: what could this 12 inch chainsaw do that a decent recip saw couldn't? (Such as a cordless brushless Dewalt recip saw)

Or another way of asking, is it worth it to buy this chainsaw if you already have a cordless recip? (Versus say going for a bigger chainsaw)
I don't see many people cutting down trees with recip saws. Blade would snap or get stuck if you did.
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How long usually does an order take to be ready to be picked up at store? (Ordered Tuesday)
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Quote from ScarletPicture455 :
Tool Newbie question: what could this 12 inch chainsaw do that a decent recip saw couldn't? (Such as a cordless brushless Dewalt recip saw)

Or another way of asking, is it worth it to buy this chainsaw if you already have a cordless recip? (Versus say going for a bigger chainsaw)
Having actually done this... because I was too lazy to dig for the chainsaw and the Milwaukee was charging (and I didn't have a Dewalt chainsaw handy)

You run into a lot more of a vibration issue especially on branches / limbs

You can use a 6" or even 9" recip saw blade, but the first cut is tough to get going on loose limbs.

It takes a bit longer to cut 2-3" branches off a tree and anything 4-5" takes a whole lot longer.

When cutting into the dirt (limb laying on the ground) a too long recip blade either vibrates like crazy or you're digging into the dirt.

Trimming / pruning small branches is pretty much impossible because of the vibration.

In a nutshell... better than a hand saw, but if you're dealing with loose branches, or thicker cuts, then a chainsaw is better. For tiny branches, a lopping tool can work too.

Went through this last summer when I had to deal with a few years of gatherings from some Aspen and Pine (softwoods) in order to throw it into the back of the pickup and take it to the compost yard.
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I've got a different brand that has a 58v 5.2Ah battery and I still feel like the battery doesn't last nearly as long as I'd like. This one seems to be an even smaller battery.

I don't know this specific on, but I'd advise anyone to get an extra battery if you're going to be cutting more than a couple small things with this.

Having said that, I definitely love my battery powered Chainsaw when the battery is charged.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...UTF8&psc=1
These are the batteries that I got for our Dewalt leaf blower last year. So far they have been great, and way less expensive than name brand.
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Best price from a retailer this saw has ever been was $100 via Home Depot this past holiday season and that was tool-only, no battery.

So that leaves you at $50 for a 5ah battery which is on the low side you'd pay for one in the grey market (eBay/Craigslist/FB Marketplace).

Great deal if you can get it for $150 picked up.
That's what I did. Thanks OP.
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How long usually does an order take to be ready to be picked up at store? (Ordered Tuesday)
Mine was ready the next day.
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Does it come with charger?
Mine did not. Battery and tool packaged separately.
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Quote from VSeven :
The average home water pressure is around 70 psi. You are not going to magically make it higher by putting your thumb over it. With that said 550 PSI is low compared to a standard pressure washer but would be great for cleaning the car, cleaning a composite deck (Trex, TimberTech), etc. It won't be very good at cleaning concrete though, need both more pressure and a higher GPM.

Are you completely unversed in the realm of fluid dynamics? You absolutely get higher PSI by putting your thumb over it. You're looking for the Navier-Stokes equations - https://boards.straightdope.com/t...s/422409/2
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How is the pressure washer? Anyone used it and have good experience with it? I have a Patio and I am thinking of using it to wash Patio and also the driveway or vehicles too. How does it work? I also have existing DeWalt 20V batteries that I can use in case I run out of charge.
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