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DeWALT DCS571B Atomic 20V Max Brushless 4 1/2" Cordless Circular Saw (Tool Only) EXPIRED

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Fasteners Inc Tool Outlet has DeWALT DCS571B Atomic 20V Max Brushless 4 1/2" Cordless Circular Saw (Tool Only) + Filler Item on sale for $103.39 or when you follow the instructions listed below. Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • Brushless motor allows you to cut up to 369 linear feet of 3/4 ". 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" finger trigger allows users to choke-up on tool if necessary for their application
  • Bevel gear allows users to cut 2x material at 90 degrees with a 4-1/2" blade
  • Electronic blade brake stops blade quickly for safety and productivity
  • Bevel lever gives user the ability to bevel at 45 degrees to cut 1x dimensional lumber
  • On-board dust port for dust control
Includes
  • DeWALT DCS571B Atomic 20V Max Brushless 4 1/2" Cordless Circular Saw (Tool Only)
  • Wood Cutting Blade
  • Blade Change Key
  • Dust Port Adaptor
  • Rip Fence
Warranty
  • Includes a 3-Year Limited Warranty + 1-Year Free Service & 90-Day Money Back Guarantee w/ purchase (DeWALT warranty)

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  • Price Research: Purchase this item today and save $50 Off (34% Savings) from the original listed price of $149. This is good price/bundle if you're looking particular tool
  • Battery unit is sold separately, this only includes the tool
  • Shipping will usually take between 3-5 business days
  • Returns are easy, simply contact the merchant for a return number and send you item to their return center for processing
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DEWALT DCS571B Atomic 20V Max Brushless 4 1/2" Cordless Circular Saw (Tool Only). I bought one last year at Home Depot with a free 5.0 amp battery and love it. I have recently purchased a DeWalt 12 Volt Extreme 1/2 Impact Wrench with Fastener Inc. They are legit.

If you want to get it on Amazon the deal is posted on slick deals: https://slickdeals.net/f/15194992-dewalt-atomic-20v-max-circular-saw-4-1-2-inch-tool-only-dcs571b-99-22?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1

Shipping is free for items $99 or more in the US.
Return Policy: https://fastenersinc.net/pages/refund-policy

Fastener Inc.
8912 Airport Rd
Redding, CA 96002
530-223-4002

Authorized DeWalt vendor: https://www.dewalt.com/products/p...ly/dcs571b

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

https://fastenersinc.net/products...-tool-only

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checkthat asked this question on 08-03-2021 at 10:00 AM
08-03-2021 at 10:00 AM
What exactly is your goal and the scope of your concrete cutting?
Realize the max depth of the cut is only about 1 1/2", where most concrete is at least 4" thick. It may be best for cutting some control joints in concrete on a small scale, but a 6 1/2" or 7 1/2" saw would allow more lengthy cuts.

This saw will cut concrete, but only 1 1/2" deep, and it's best done only with a decent segmented diamond blade. Abrasive blades will work, but they wear fast and are extremely dusty.
The only thing that 'wears out' power tools in concrete cutting is (1) abrasive concrete dust entering the tool's vents and (2) the operator feeding it too fast or overheating the blade. (Number 1 can be mostly remedied by using a vacuum on the dust port or wet sawing).

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This thing is awesome for what it's intended for, I understand that gripe on the atomic line but this tool is the exception to that.

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This with a pair of these gloves gets you free shipping


https://fastenersinc.net/products...d-apt-tech
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If it says Atomic, avoid it like It's Fukushima 2012.

Edit: Why does Dewalt not have a better, non-atomic, version of this? Dang, Dewalt!!! Quit Slippin!!!
This thing is awesome for what it's intended for, I understand that gripe on the atomic line but this tool is the exception to that.
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If it says Atomic, avoid it like It's Fukushima 2012.

Edit: Why does Dewalt not have a better, non-atomic, version of this? Dang, Dewalt!!! Quit Slippin!!!
Is atomic line not good? As in perforfance wise or somthing else is wrong them?
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Is atomic line not good? As in perforfance wise or somthing else is wrong them?
Atomic is basically lighter & smaller while sacrificing power.

However the size and weight really isn't that different or worth it for most applications/people.
For example, I think the atomic drill/driver is 1/2 inch shorter and 1/2 a pound lighter. Is that worth sacrificing power for it?

Now there may be some specific Atomic tools that may be worth it. I think this may be one, since the specific purpose is to have a small light-weight circular saw if you don't need to lug around a "full sized" circular saw.
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Quote from strengthnhonor01 :
Is atomic line not good? As in perforfance wise or somthing else is wrong them?
Nothing wrong with the Dewalt Atomic line of tools. It's DeWalt's mid-grade Brushless line of tools. The XR DeWalt power tools are geared more for the professionals with more power and options. I love the Dewalt Atomic Circular Saw.
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If it says Atomic, avoid it like It's Fukushima 2012.

Edit: Why does Dewalt not have a better, non-atomic, version of this? Dang, Dewalt!!! Quit Slippin!!!
So much info given to back your statement.

I have this atomic circular saw and it is light and powerful enough for any house projects.
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This saw rocks. I throw carbide blades on this and it cuts metal like butter.
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Could this cut a sink cut out in quartz countertops if using the proper blade?
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Great tool, I paid full price and it was worth it. Cuts 2 by lumber, great for cutting sheet goods in the big box store parking lot to fit in a smaller car, doesn't eat battery too bad.
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Can it cut concrete? Or will this wear out the tool after so many cut?
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It's for sale on Amazon for even lower than this..
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Can it cut concrete? Or will this wear out the tool after so many cut?
What exactly is your goal and the scope of your concrete cutting?
Realize the max depth of the cut is only about 1 1/2", where most concrete is at least 4" thick. It may be best for cutting some control joints in concrete on a small scale, but a 6 1/2" or 7 1/2" saw would allow more lengthy cuts.

This saw will cut concrete, but only 1 1/2" deep, and it's best done only with a decent segmented diamond blade. Abrasive blades will work, but they wear fast and are extremely dusty.
The only thing that 'wears out' power tools in concrete cutting is (1) abrasive concrete dust entering the tool's vents and (2) the operator feeding it too fast or overheating the blade. (Number 1 can be mostly remedied by using a vacuum on the dust port or wet sawing).
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