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DeWALT FLEXVOLT 60V MAX Brushless 7-1/4" Wormdrive Circular Saw w/ 2Ah Battery

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Home Depot has DeWALT FLEXVOLT 60V MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless 7-1/4" Wormdrive Circular Saw w/ 2Ah Battery, Charger and Bag (DCS577T1) on sale for $249. Select free curbside pickup where available.

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Features:
  • Designed with blade oriented to the left of the motor and the handle positioned at the rear of the saw for easy line of sight
  • Saw has an electronic brake that helps stop the blade after the trigger is released
  • Bevel capacity of 53 with stops at 45 and 22.5
  • Durable, high-grade magnesium shoe and an efficient brushless motor for smooth, accurate cuts and long runtime
  • Achieves 2-7/16 in. D of cut at 90
  • Includes a rafter hook that allows users to hang their tool for convenience
  • Integrated dust blower allows the user to clear its line of sight while cutting
  • Onboard blade wrench storage for convenience when changing blades
  • Ideal for use in a variety of wood cutting applications such as oriented strand board (OSB), plywood, hardwoods, dimensional lumber and flooring.

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It is actually a FLEXVOLT 6ah battery (DCB606) in the kit. Not a FLEXVOLT 2ah labeled battery as it may be confused as containing.

Flexvolt batteries are marketed by their 20v amp hour rating (Battery Sticker and Packaging emphasizes this) - This is a 6ah flexvolt battery in the box. This should be compared to the $399 everyday 9ah wormsaw kit or even the $249 bare wormsaw tool --- So you see the value of this holiday kit.

Just put out in the Holiday area of the stores (10/25/21), not found on main tool aisle.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWAL.../303624114

If you like the deal thumb it up. If you cant stand that I stand my ground on the battery marketing - thumb it down.
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dbernie41 asked this question on 10-28-2021 at 12:50 PM
10-28-2021 at 12:50 PM
I would say only slightly but it would depend how often you plan on using the circ saw.
Exorcist asked this question on 11-01-2021 at 12:24 PM
11-05-2021 at 02:31 PM
Video reviews vary. The Dewalt seems to be more powerful from what I've viewed. I have the makita and really like it. Get a new blade as soon as you can though, especially if ripping. The thin kerfed makita blade heats up and warps. I put a thicker Irwin on and made a huge difference in saws ability. The Dewalt has a problem with sawdust collecting in battery area, because it's located on top of saw. Makita batteries are on side. The makita is often on sale for $100 off and 4 batteries, as it's 36 volt.

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You are 100% wrong. Dewalt advertises these Flexvolt batteries at their 20v capacity. so a "6ah flexvolt" will run 20v for 6ah and run 60v for 2ah.
There was never a time they advertised a 2ah 60v/flexvolt battery.
Stop being an idiot this is factual information and you are most definitely confusing others that are not familiar.

https://toolguyd.com/dewalt-flexvolt-answers/

When the flexvolt battery is plugged into a 20v tool it runs the 3 sets of batteries in parallel generating 20v of power with 6ah of run time.
When the flexvolt battery is plugged into a 60v tool it runs the 3 sets of batteries in Series generating 60v of power with 2ah of run time

The reason they are advertising it with a 2ah battery is because this tool is a 60v tool and advertising the battery as a 6ah battery with a 60v tool would be misleading.
The website is correct and you are unnecessarily muddying the waters for users who may not understand what Flexvolt is. Also, grow up.
Website is correct. 6 Ah at 20 volt. 2Ah at 60 volt.

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Website is correct. 6 Ah at 20 volt. 2Ah at 60 volt.
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Incredible saw. The most powerful I have ever used. Highly recommended.
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i have this saw and it is kickass. probably the best cordless circular saw i've ever owned.
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It is a 6ah battery, not a 2ah battery. Homedepot / Dewalt are confusing themselves on this listing. Look at how they market all the batteries and any other 60v flexvolt tool that comes with a battery. If they call it a 6ah battery that is what is on the label, not 2ah. You get the 6ah battery--- and i know it is 6ah @ 20 volts,,,Still the 6ah flexvolt battery.
Ok kid. So you're telling us this is a 60 volt 6 Ah? You're getting more wrong the deeper you go. It's rated at 6Ah at a 20 volt load using a 20 volt tool. It's rated at 2Ah at a 60 volt load using a 60 volt flexvolt tool. Flex-voltage. Website is still correct and if you check the product overview it is even stated there : "Product Overview



Includes (1) FLEXVOLT (6Ah at 20V or 2Ah at 60V) battery, charger

" so a 3Ah is 9Ah at 20 volt, a 4Ah is 12Ah at 20 volt, and a 5Ah is 15Ah at 20 volt. BTW THIS IS A 60 VOLT TOOL. NOT 20.

As far as the battery you're confused on, you CAN'T say it's not 2Ah. It is indeed BOTH 2Ah and 6Ah.
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This is a 60 volt tool, the battery it comes with is 2ah.
"DEWALT DCS577T1 60V MAX 7-1/4 in. Cordless Worm Drive Style Saw with 2.0 Ah battery"
A 6ah 60-volt battery would be ungainly huge and heavy.
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LOL - It is the flexvolt 6ah battery - Get a grip; There was a time that there was a 2ah flexvolt battery. This is not it. Your wrong, I'm right - HA HA HA

Why dont you go review the other batteries and listing for tools with batteries and see how they list them. Maybe you will finally get it - Their description of how they categorize the battery in this ad is not consistent with how they market/label them. This is a flexvolt 6ah battery....
The website is correct and you are unnecessarily muddying the waters for users who may not understand what Flexvolt is. Also, grow up.
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LOL - It is the flexvolt 6ah battery - Get a grip; There was a time that there was a 2ah flexvolt battery. This is not it. Your wrong, I'm right - HA HA HA

Why dont you go review the other batteries and listing for tools with batteries and see how they list them. Maybe you will finally get it - Their description of how they categorize the battery in this ad is not consistent with how they market/label them. This is a flexvolt 6ah battery....DCB606
You are 100% wrong. Dewalt advertises these Flexvolt batteries at their 20v capacity. so a "6ah flexvolt" will run 20v for 6ah and run 60v for 2ah.
There was never a time they advertised a 2ah 60v/flexvolt battery.
Stop being an idiot this is factual information and you are most definitely confusing others that are not familiar.

https://toolguyd.com/dewalt-flexvolt-answers/

When the flexvolt battery is plugged into a 20v tool it runs the 3 sets of batteries in parallel generating 20v of power with 6ah of run time.
When the flexvolt battery is plugged into a 60v tool it runs the 3 sets of batteries in Series generating 60v of power with 2ah of run time

The reason they are advertising it with a 2ah battery is because this tool is a 60v tool and advertising the battery as a 6ah battery with a 60v tool would be misleading.
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LOL - It is the flexvolt 6ah battery - Get a grip; There was a time that there was a 2ah flexvolt battery. This is not it. Your wrong, I'm right - HA HA HA

Why dont you go review the other batteries and listing for tools with batteries and see how they list them. Maybe you will finally get it - Their description of how they categorize the battery in this ad is not consistent with how they market/label them. This is a flexvolt 6ah battery....DCB606
Give up lol
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