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hi

product was announced some time back / now starting to hit the stores

part of the ATOMIC product family;

 

Dewalt 20v DCS367 Max Compact Brushless Reciprocating Saw

 

  • lightweight, compact saw designed to cut in between studs
  • 5/8 in. stroke length and variable speed up to 2,800 SPM
  • Compatible w/ All (200+) Dewalt 20-Volt Max Batteries & Chargers

 

price approx. $149, but aleady saw $129

 

cheers

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We have one. It’s slower but you can use it one handed. It’s a lot lighter. The vibration level is much better. And it can get into really tight spots. The only thing I know of smaller is those little pneumatic reciprocating saws but you need to lug around the compressor and air hose and oil to feed them. So unless you are doing demolition all day or trying to go through say 1/8” steel where the extra power and speed count, it beats the bigger one hands down. I think the Milwaukee non-Fuel one compromises a bit too much and then again their super Sawzall trumps everyone in the speed/power category but in the Dewalt line in my mind I think the smaller one is a better choice overall. I would put it up against the “standard” big red as an even match and it beats the mini but not the super.

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On 10/29/2019 at 11:20 AM, midogrumpy said:

hi

product was announced some time back / now starting to hit the stores

part of the ATOMIC product family;

 

Dewalt 20v DCS367 Max Compact Brushless Reciprocating Saw

 

  • lightweight, compact saw designed to cut in between studs
  • 5/8 in. stroke length and variable speed up to 2,800 SPM
  • Compatible w/ All (200+) Dewalt 20-Volt Max Batteries & Chargers

 

price approx. $149, but aleady saw $129

 

cheers

dewalt-reciprocating-saws-dcs369b-e1_1000.jpg

 

 

F#ck, at least give the right model number.  i'm wasting my time trying to find this thing.   its a dcs369.

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Semi useful.

Seems it would be great for cutting PVC or other lightweight stuff.

I used it to snip nails behind corner boards on a house As I pried them off with a cats paw.

Easy to use one-handed.

Good tool to use to teach my kids to use power tools.

No way I would buy the 12 V tool, no need for another platform.

I do like the belt hook. For the same reason I like it on the atomic circular saw:

The Small size of the tools with the hooks make it more convenient as I work on ladders and can’t hang onto a tool without a hook.



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