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Recipricating Saw Kit, 60-Volt Max, LED Light, 1-1/8-In. Stroke, With Battery, Charger, Bag
DeWalt

Recipricating Saw Kit, 60-Volt Max, LED Light, 1-1/8-In. Stroke, With Battery, Charger, Bag

Recipricating Saw Kit, 60-Volt Max, LED Light, 1-1/8-In. Stroke, With Battery, Charger, Bag is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 41.
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$299.00
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Model #
DCS389X1
Item #
273668

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Description
DEWALT 60-Volt MAX reciprocating saw. It provides up to 19% more power than the DCS388 60-Volt MAX reciprocating saw with 1874 unit watts out. With a no-load speed of 3000 SPM, 0 SPM to 3000 SPM and 1-1/8 in. stroke length for fast and efficient cutting. Keyless lever-action blade clamp for quick and easy blade change, variable speed trigger, pivoting shoe, and LED light to help illuminate work space. Includes DCS389 Saw, 9.0 Amp/Hr battery, Charger, and Bag.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU273668
Weight15.050000
UPC00885911695572
Country of OriginCN
Package Width6.12
Package Length20.75
Package Height12.38
Model NumberDCS389X1
BrandDeWalt
Manufacturer NameBLACK & DECKER/DEWALT
California Residents Proposition 65Warning: Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are: lead from lead-based paints, crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products, and arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber. Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals: work in a well ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Variable Beast Power! It is so good... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Variable Beast Power! It is so good--power keeps pouring on with the variable speed trigger (nice), and the 60 volt battery has a great run time. 60 volts!!! Paired with a brushless motor, this recip saw is a must-have for a contractor. I regret not having different video than the one I uploaded as it doesn’t do the saw justice. It is heavy, so one-handed use for me is difficult, but there are guys who will sling this easily. One of my guys dug out around a 8’ tall tree/bush on a recent house remodel, then grabbed the Sawzall to cut the roots; when I discovered he was using our brand new, awesome cordless tool I was almost upset, but that smile on his face at how quickly it went was worth it. Really nice, and safer, to not have a cord wrapped around the tree as he goes, and he can just get out without getting tangled up; this is a much safer saw for pruning vs. a corded tool. Contractors already know this is a must-have tool. Off-grid property owners absolutely need this, as do homesteaders and farmers--a powerful saw that doesn’t need a cord and is always ready. Next pig harvest will be even easier without the need for an extension cord. DeWALT, can you add a 12” stainless food-grade blade, or butchering blade set? Notes: 1. The battery has a red insert pictured below that splits it into three batteries internally so it can be flown in a carry-on; don’t pack the battery in your suitcase, just the tool. The battery goes in your carry-on. This is a really big deal. 2. Fast, tool-free blade loading, forwards or backward, works perfectly. 3. Nice light on the front to keep a keen eye on the top or bottom of the stud being removed. Comes with a bag and charger, of course. Plenty of room for multiple blade boxes.
Date published: 2021-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best tool in the Bag. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Cordless, power to last and easy to move around in tight places plus really gets the the rubbish out of the way with very clean cuts and leaves it to easy cleanup and finish a smooth product. Really the best issues are cordless, plenty of power, clean cuts and easy of multi directional cutting.
Date published: 2021-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Powerful [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] It pops the blade out it's almost too much power. Beats dragging a cord around all day
Date published: 2021-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Power! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Love how much power this saw has. Had a few cedar boards that needed demo-ing. Cut through them like butter. My only complaint is that it's pretty heavy
Date published: 2021-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Controlled power. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I got this as an upgrade to my previous reciprocating 20volt saw. I was very impressed with not just the power but it’s way more controlled power. The variable speed trigger is much better as well. It has this slow start when you immediately pull the trigger which definitely helps prevent that typical kickback you get sometimes when starting a cut. The only con I have about it is I noticed there is only one position to put the blade in. My previous old saw had a vertical and horizontal position for the blade. That I will miss as I loved that option. For that missing option I gave it 4 stars.
Date published: 2021-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding power and a great upgrade. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This review will be comparing the 60V DCS389 saw to an older 18V DC385 saw that I have had for years. For the purpose of my testing, I used the DCA1820 20V MAX to 18V adapter in the DC385. This is because I have replaced my failing 18V packs with the newer 20V packs. During the comparison, a new DWA4169 blade was used in each saw to eliminate blade differences. The positives: The DCS389 has an amazing power increase over the older DC385. This older saw is approaching 16-17 years of use and has been a good saw over the years, but the power is a fraction of the new DSC389, even when running on 20V. The DCS389 has power to spare when doing carpenter and demolition style cutting. In my comparison I used dimensional lumber and OSB sheeting to simulate the cutting one may normally do. I also embedded screws in the lumber to simulate cutting through what one may encounter in normal use of demolition. In my comparison, the DCS389 did not pull down when cutting like its older counterpart. The power of the 60V pack and the brushless motor really sets this saw apart from the older generations. The older DC385 would do the work, but at a much slower pace and without as clean a cut. The light is an interesting feature of the DCS389. While there have not been many times where I have needed the light in my uses, I can see having it could be beneficial in areas where there isn't as much light on projects. I do like the feature and am happy it was incorporated in this design. The DCS also is a smoother operating saw as well. This is due to upgrades in design and components but also due to the substantial weight increase over the DC385. The trigger and variable speed of the DCS389 is also far superior to my older DC385. The blade change chuck really has not changed all that much outside of the fact the DCS389 is spring loaded and locks itself while the DC385 needs to be pushed back to lock it. Both are very usable to me. The negative: The weight. The overall weight is the only downfall that I will honestly put on the saw but it could also be seen one of its most helpful features. As tested, the DCS389 tipped the scales at 10 pounds 14 ounces with a 9AH Flexvolt pack where as my older DC385 was only 6 pounds 9 ounces using the DCA1820 with a 4AH 20V pack. This is not a small difference and in fact, when I had my wife, who is not used to operating these saws, use both of these, she did not like the DCS389 due to the greater weight. She preferred the weight of the DC385. My son who is in high school and getting into the shop classes made the same observations about the weight but chose the DCS389 in the end in spite of the weight. Now I had mentioned that it while weight was a negative it was also a helpful feature. Because of the increased weight, the DCS389 exhibits less vibration to the user as you use it in our experience as a family. This would translate into an easier time controlling the saw and overall cleaner cuts from our experience. Having extra weight certainly helps stabilize the saw and keep it more comfortable to operate while cutting. I believe that the weight would be an issue for extended periods overhead work or if you did not have the forearm strength to handle the tool. For the reason of the arm strength, my wife would take the DC385 over the DCS389. I am overall, very impressed with the DCS389. The saw a solid saw and feels good in the hands. Despite the weight, it feels balanced and works well in different positions. The looks of the saw are sleek, modern, and eye catching in my opinion. My son also likes the overall look. The power difference of the saw when compared to a DC385 is remarkable. There is simply no comparison. The DCS389 is going to have the power to do whatever you would ask of it. The run time is good and will keep you working much longer than previous generations of these saws. I would recommend this saw for anyone looking to upgrade to a new powerhouse reciprocating saw in the Dewalt line but yet have a saw with operation that you are very familiar to.
Date published: 2021-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Power with a punch!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] With the new 9AH battery this reciprocating saw has more than enough juice to get any job done. Great for demo work or even cutting small tree branches. Very smooth tool with very limited vibration that gets transferred to the user. Additionally the small LED is great for dark or portly lite areas. I know previous models have a fast changer but this 6AH is plenty considering they’ve up’d the battery from 6AH to 9AH. Would highly recommend to get any job done around the house or construction site!!
Date published: 2021-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tool! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I got this awesome Flexvolt Reciprocating Saw a few weeks ago and have had some great jobs to put it to work on. It has performed above and beyond my expectations. The battery life is incredible for this kind of saw, and it is much better than any I have had previously. The blades are very easy to install, and go on and off without any problems. The power is great for all types of material. I used it on metal, wood, and even some plastics and it cuts like butter! This is a great saw for a professional, and would make any owner proud to have in their tool kits! I would highly recommend getting this saw to all of my friends and coworkers, and you will not need any other after you see how great this one works!
Date published: 2021-04-27
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