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DEWALT Bare-Tool DCS370B 18-Volt Cordless Band Saw (Tool Only, No Battery)

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  • 1/2" cut capacity cuts up to 2" SCH 40 pipe
  • Superior balance and ergonomics allows for more accurate cuts and less user fatigue
  • Integrated hang hook allows user to hang the saw without damaging the front handle or base
  • Blade tracking adjustment increases blade life by providing better blade tracking
  • Tool less blade changing lever loosens blade tension to allow for blade change
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DEWALT Bare-Tool DCS370B 18-Volt Cordless Band Saw (Tool Only, No Battery) + DEWALT DW3984C 24 TPI Portable Band Saw Blade, 3-Pack + DEWALT DW3986C 14/18 TPI Portable Band Saw Blade, 3-Pack
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Product Description

Product Description


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The bare-tool DCS370B cordless band saw (view larger).

The DEWALT DCS370B 18-volt heavy duty cordless band saw has a 2-1/2-inch cut capacity that allows it to make cuts in up to 2-inch SCH-40 pipe. Offering superior balance and ergonomics, you'll enjoy more accurate cuts and less user fatigue. The DCS370B has an integrated hang hook, enabling you to hang the saw without damaging the front handle or base when the job is done. It also features a heavy-duty, glass filled nylon base for ultimate durability, plus a centered handle for balance and ease in overhead applications.

The blade tracking adjustment increases blade life by providing better blade tracking and the tool also has a no-tool blade changing lever that loosens the blade tension and allows for quick and easy blade changes. The dual bearing blade guide rollers provide increased durability in the blade support system. Additionally, the DCS370K has an ergonomic soft grip back handle that provides comfort and flexibility.

Job Site Flexibility

Compact and lightweight for maximum portability on job sites, the DCS370B weighs less than ten pounds and measures 15 inches in length. It's ideal for electricians, plumbers, sprinkler fitters and other professional contractors, who are tasked with cutting threaded rod, uni-strut, conduit, and other metal materials. The band saw's small footprint also offers flexibility for cutting material on a lift or accessing tight spaces.

Bare Tool

This DEWALT cordless tool does not come with a battery or charger. It's compatible with DEWALT's 18-volt XRP battery system, which provides up to 40 percent more run time than standard Ni-Cad batteries and can be used with any 18-volt DEWALT tool.

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DCS370B 18-Volt Cordless Band Saw

At a Glance
  • 2-1/2-INCH cut capacity cuts up to 2-inch SCH 40 pipe
  • Superior balance and ergonomics for more accurate cuts, less fatigue
  • Blade tracking adjustment increases blade life
  • Dual bearing blade guide rollers for increased durability
  • Tool-less blade changing
  • Bare tool -- doesn't include battery or charger

What's in the Box

DCS370B 18-volt cordless band; 14/18 blade; blade tracking wrench; operating instructions (batteries and charger sold separately)

Key Specifications

Foot per Minute 570 fpm
Blade Length 32-7/8 inches
Max Capacity (Round) 2-1/2 inches
Max Capacity (Square) 2-1/2 inches
Tool Weight 7.75 pounds

About DEWALT

DEWALT is a leading manufacturer of industrial power tools and accessories, including corded and cordless drills, saws, hammers, grinders, routers, planers, plate joiners, sanders, lasers, generators, compressors, nailers, saw blades, metal and masonry drill bits, abrasives, screw driving accessories and more. DEWALT tools can be found nationally and internationally wherever tools are sold. With more than 1,000 factory-owned and authorized locations, DEWALT has one of the most extensive service and repair networks in North America.


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Superior balance and ergonomics (view larger).

From the Manufacturer

The DEWALT 18V Heavy Duty Cordless Band Saw has a 2 1/2" cut capacity that allows it to make cuts in up to 2" SCH 40 pipe. It has superior balance and ergonomics that allows for more accurate cuts and less user fatigue. It has an integrated hang hook that allows the user to hang the saw without damaging the front handle or base. The Blade tracking adjustment increases blade life by providing better blade tracking and it has a tool less blade changing lever that loosens the blade tension to allow for quick easy blade changes. The dual bearing blade guide rollers provide increased durability in the blade support system. It has ergonomic soft grip back handle that provides comfort and flexibility.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number DCS370B
Item Weight8 pounds
Product Dimensions12.2 x 15.4 x 8.7 inches
OriginMexico
Item model numberDCS370B
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Voltage18 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty Description3 Year Limited Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB004W7J8NM
Best Sellers Rank #24,568 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First AvailableApril 12, 2011
  
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Important Information

Bulb Voltage
18.00 Volts

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By kim on September 30, 2012
This portable bandsaw is great for tradesmen who frequently cut metal, like myself, a commercial plumber. This tool is awesome because I don't have to use a tubing cutter and wreck my wrists. Being cordless is great for working off a lift too.
This would be even better for an electrician.

I have used the Milwuakee bandsaw as well and it is probably superior. It can cut up to 3 1/4" whereas the DeWalt only goes to 2 1/2". Actually not a huge deal but advantage goes to Milwuakee. DeWalt batteries are cheaper though. DeWalt saw also has a hook that I love. The grip is differant too, I think I prefer the Milwaukee style grip, the Dewalt is "overhead" so to speak and Milwuakee's is at an angle. Not a huge deal, and you get used too either. The DeWalt saw also has no breaks so after you release the trigger it'll go for another second, annoying. Milwuakee's has breaks. Milwuakee also has a quick release on the blade guard that is supposed to be an advantage(so you can make flush cuts against a wall) but I find this feature annoying. Everytime you set down the Milwuakee down the little guard goes in the up position, not ideal. The trigger saftey on both saws are annoying, but I prefer the Dewalt's style, but I will likely mod it eventually so I don't have to bother with it. The Milwaukee feels heavier to me but I have never weighed them.

So why did I choose DeWalt? I have many Dewalt cordless tools, batteries, chargers, and the radio and this is the main reason. Even though Milwaukee's is slightly superior to me, having one set of batteries and chargers in more important. I also think the DeWalt drills and sawzalls(cordless) are better so I won't be switching to Milwuakee anytime soon.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Cliff on June 27, 2012
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Purchased for my son; a master electrician. Following are his comments: "Truly impressed - a heavy five out of five. Good weight and balance and comfortable to use. Safety features are very good. Just what he needed for his line of work."
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By kompewterz on August 16, 2012
Every time I cut pipes and strut with a portaband I smile because I remember how long I did it with a recip saw and how much harder it is that way. This bandsaw in comparison to my Milwaukee Deep Cut Corded cuts at the same speed as 3 (out of 4 speeds) on the Milwaukee. However, a regular bandsaw is a much larger tool to drag out for just three or so cuts on small material like strut. It takes up a lot of room on your job cart. That's where this little guy comes in. Dewalt made one small enough to fit in a 5 gallon bucket. Great for aerial work from lifts. Threaded rod too long and you've already put it in the beam clamp, no problem just nip it off with this. It will cut up to 2" Sch 80 pipe (2 1/2"). I haven't tested the battery to death but it easily made 10 cuts on uni-strut and still had plenty to go. This is a Stout bandsaw in disguise, but uses your Dewalt batteries. It's weight distribution allows for one handed cuts freeing your other hand to hold material. If you have this and a Tri-Vise its a lot more portable than a full size portaband and tristand. It has a nice built in hang hook.
The blades are easy to find here on Amazon and Grainger. Some other reviewer had smoked up some info about discontinued tool and can't get blades (i don't know where he got that info from, but it's false) If they were to discontinue a tool why would they start selling it as a lithium ion kit recently. The DW3986C blades are easy to find. 32 7/8" x .020. The blades require a little more finesse and patience in getting them in and out of the saw compared to my Milwaukee. Mine did not come with a bag or box from Dewalt - I bought the Bare tool.
I think it's a great tool for commercial plumbing and electrical service work and it can be a useful asset to commercial construction projects as well.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By shopper1 on October 17, 2014
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For some reason there are not enough Dewalt band saws at Home Depot etc to physically see how they work. I have worked extensively with Milwaukee cordless band saws, and the Stout band saw which this one is based on.
The larger 18v Milwaukee cordless band saws work great. It cuts very good, but is too heavy and difficult for one handed operation. The metal tab that keeps sliding up when you set the bandsaw down is a pain in the ass to deal with. You have to pull it back down every time you pick up from the floor for a new cut.
The smaller 12v Milwaukee is perfect for one handed operation because it's so light. It's the best for cutting 3/8" threaded rod and small electrical and copper pipes under 1" diameter. Don't expect it to work too good with 1-5/8" unistrut because it's simply not powerful enough. The blade will jump all over the place leaving you a very crooked cut that took a long time.
The Stout band saw is under powered, "slippery" handles, and the heavy ni-cad batteries are a thing of the past. The battery and motor combination was terrible. The batteries didn't last long at all, and the motor was slow! The band saw however is basically a good design.
The DeWalt cordless band saw is the best combination of them all. With lithium batteries it isn't as light as the Milwaukee 12v, but it cuts 10x better. The DeWalt also cuts 2" conduits, and 1-5/8" unistrut just as good or better than the 18v Milwaukee, and you can do it "one handed" much easier than the Milwaukee 18v. The DeWalt blade seems to stay on better and cut straighter than the Milwaukee 18v as well. I had problems with the 18v Milwaukee blade coming off and/or breaking too many times. Most of my cordless tools are DeWalt, so that also makes life easier.
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