How to Use flexvolt circular saw

Is the DeWALT Flexvolt advantage circular saw cordless?

The DeWalt FlexVolt Advantage circular saw comes to us after an incredibly impressive performance from the FlexVolt Advantage hammer drill. We have high expectations for the DCS573 circular saw and we also want to know where it fits in DeWalt’s cordless lineup in terms of overall performance.

Which is better a FlexVolt or a reciprocating saw?

The upgraded DeWalt FlexVolt reciprocating saw boasts 19% better performance based on its 1874 watts out. However, it still has the same 3000 SPM speed and 1 1/8-inch stroke length. So does the improved motor power translate into faster cutting speeds? In our nail-embedded wood test, we saw a big improvement.

What to know before using a circular saw?

There are several points that the user should check before using the saw. This will maximize the chances of a successful and productive work session. Choose the correct blade for the material being sawed. Make sure the blade is sharp enough to cut the material at hand so that the saw stays under control.

What kind of battery does a DeWalt circular saw use?

The DeWalt Advantage circular saw is the model we wish DeWalt would have launched with the original FlexVolt line—compatible with both 20V Max and FlexVolt batteries while giving you a significant boost when you use the FlexVolt battery. As a sidewinder-style circular saw, DeWalt sticks with the traditional blade-right design.

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