DeWalt FLEXVOLT™ Reciprocating Saw Review

This DeWalt FLEXVOLT cordless recip saw can make up to 158 cuts in 2 x 4 lumber on a single charge and delivers the power you expect from corded units with the portability of a battery-operated tool.

flexvolt recipThe 60V MAX* Brushless Recip Saw (2 Batteries) includes a fast charger, a pair of batteries, a blade and a contractor bag for storage and transport. This brushless reciprocating saw’s motor runs longer, with greater power and less maintenance. It’s part of the DeWalT FLEXVOLT system, which allows you to double up two 60V units to run 120V tools. You can also use the batteries that come with the FLEXVOLT reciprocating saw in your 20V MAX* tools to run your entire collection. They also provide up to four times the run time than standard 20V MAX power units.

This DeWalt cordless recip saw runs at up to 3,000 strokes per minute, with a 1/8-inch cut length, to power through tough material. The DCS388T2 has a variable-speed trigger to let you work at the pace that’s safest and most comfortable for each application. A keyless changer makes it easy to swap out the 60V MAX reciprocating saw’s blades with one hand so you can get back to work with less downtime. Its anti-slip grip reduces vibrations, increases safety and lets you work for extended periods without developing strain. At just 10.1 lbs, it’s easy to carry all over the jobsite.

The manufacturer backs up this brushless reciprocating saw with a 3-year limited warranty that includes a 1-year free service contract and a 90-day money-back guarantee for your satisfaction. Use its included two batteries and charger to power your existing tool set while you update your collection to the power of FLEXVOLT.

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