Dewalt DCS570P1 20V Max 7-14-Inch Circular Saw Review
- Convenient and sturdy cordless performance.
- Impressively powerful motor with 5,500 RPM.
- Quick charging time and long run-time per charge.
- The blade stops instantly with an electronic brake after trigger release.
The Dewalt DCS570P1 knows how to deliver power and consistency with 5,500 RPM. So it features a foolproof speed capacity for heavy loads. It can withstand long-term use without overloading.
The run-time of the machine is 330 crosscuts in a compact body. This means the lithium-ion battery offers better motor efficiency at faster-charging speeds.
It’s truly a real pleasure to have a cordless circular saw that can handle just as much as a corded saw with a faster recharging time and single charge capacity. The charging time between each use is reasonably convenient, not too long. And considering how it’s such a joy to use for intense jobs, I don’t mind the waiting.
It’s everything you look for in a corded circular saw just without the annoying extension cord getting in the way of everything else. It’s just as powerful and efficient to use.
The size and capacity of the Dewalt are beastly. And even though it packs plenty of power, I found it really helpful to have an extra battery at the end of the day for better flexibility. So overall, I’m more than pleased with the super-fast charging time, compactness, and most importantly, easy and intuitive performance.
Accurate Cutting Capacity
The blade is positioned on the right side of the handle. The cutting depth of the Dewalt is 2-9/16-inch and that’s productive and intricate. You can adjust the bevel angle from 0 to 57-degrees. Usually, you’ll find circular saws cut at the maximum bevel angle of 54-degrees. So the extra room of 57-degrees is everything you need as a DIY-er or a professional.
The plate design and handle feel super sturdy while making such versatile cuts. It’s convenient and portable enough for multiple uses, not just for small jobs.
What also contributes to its smooth-cutting capability is the electronic brake kit. It prevents the risk of reversing when you release the trigger. Reducing potential accidents or damages during heavy-duty use.
This keeps the blade running effectively and consistently without any trouble. The backward acceleration when you set the saw down is one of the major concerns of any circular saw. It can cause damage to the important parts of the power tool. And ruin the plane you’re cutting. So the electric brake kit makes a huge difference.
Most of the brushless circular saws have a dust collector that gathers the dust without getting in the way. And the Dewalt DCS570P1 has a dust collection tool that is simple and quick to use.
There’s no power consumption dilemma with this because it runs smoothly and handles everything at once. It’s quite convenient in that the adjustment lever, dust collection feature are all supported by a sturdy and heavy base.
That said, the Dewalt performs something like a lightweight circular saw but it is, in fact, a heavy one. So keeping the plate and cutting line in the right position will require extra effort. The precision and speed at which the blade performs, doesn’t feel like such a big deal. Even if you’re a beginner at this!
What this circular doesn’t include is proper light guidance. No LED lights or laser guides to help you cut in a straight line. But the weight of the tool ensures that the blade doesn’t stray too far from its line. So controlling the blade while keeping it running is not such a big task.
The kit includes a carrying case for portability. It also features a rafter hook, a battery charger, and a blade-changing wrench. If you also count the main parts that are the blade and battery, it’s a complete package!
Specification: Dewalt DCS570P1 20V Max 7-14-Inch Circular Saw Review