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DeWalt DCCS670X1 FLEXVOLT 60V MAX Brushless Chainsaw Plus Battery and Charger $279 +FS @ Fasteners Inc $278.99

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Seems like a great price close to the all-time low on a highly-rated saw with battery and charger. Free shipping and some states have no tax (Georgia did not). Without tax this made the total about $2 lower than the best historical price I could find from 2018.

https://fastenersinc.net/products...saw-dewalt

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/reviews/B01NBVCQ4W
https://www.chainsawjournal.com/d...dccs670x1/
https://www.protoolreviews.com/to...iew/29612/
https://sawedfish.com/dewalt-dccs...aw-review/
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Anyone have this for an extended time? I have the 20v saw. Nice saw but throws oil all over the place while in use and leaks oil when stored (if not completely emptied). Thanks.
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No tax in AZ. I went for it. I have the 20v and it did not do too great on some palm trees that I have; the fibers bog it down and seems like the bearings in the bar end seized after some lengthy cuts.
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I think project farm made this the best overall for electric chainsaws.

Comes out to $140-$165 after chucking the battery and charger. Not bad for a 60v tool of this size.

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Yeah looks like it's on par with the Echo in cut speed. Slap a 12Ah (4Ah at 60v) and you get a decent runtime for a battery operated tool.
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I hate the bar oil cap on this saw and the 20v version. They are so flimsy
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FYI Home Depot chat said they "can't price match outlets". This is a good price but I wanted to use my 10% off code for my HD cc, so I asked if they'd match. No luck for me, but thanks for the find OP
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Quote from OhD :
FYI Home Depot chat said they "can't price match outlets". This is a good price but I wanted to use my 10% off code for my HD cc, so I asked if they'd match. No luck for me, but thanks for the find OP
After taxes it doesn't make much sense for the hassle. It's like a $4 difference with a 2% CB card.

Unless if you're getting taxed through fasteners inc as well.
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Anyone have this for an extended time? I have the 20v saw. Nice saw but throws oil all over the place while in use and leaks oil when stored (if not completely emptied). Thanks.
I have it and it was my first chain saw, so I didn't really know about chainbar oil. You need it. It worked really well, even cutting shit that was out of it's league. A stil is still going to be top notch, but this saw is pretty good, lasts about 20 min on a 9Ah battery. And with all saws, you have to sharpen them periodically.
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Out of stock
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Quote from seungsd :
Anyone have this for an extended time? I have the 20v saw. Nice saw but throws oil all over the place while in use and leaks oil when stored (if not completely emptied). Thanks.
I have had this since it first came out and have cut a lot of shit with it. I can cut up a pretty good sized tree with one battery and it's the saw I use 19/20 times. I also have a nice 50cc jonsered that I use for bigger jobs.

My only gripe is these 60v kits really should come with the fast charger. I paid 350 for the saw and 60v blower combo kit at fleetfarm.
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Just ordered the bare tool from acmetools for $249 they have a bonus battery promotion. So since I already have a charger figured for a better deal.
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