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DEWALT DW007K 24 Volt Heavy Duty 6-1/2-Inch Circular Saw Kit

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Technical Details
Part Number DW007K
Item Weight21.5 pounds
Product Dimensions20.8 x 18.6 x 10 inches
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Item model numberDW007K
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Power Sourcebattery-powered
Voltage24 volts
Included Componentsbare-tool
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeNiCAD
Warranty Description1 Year Full Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000302QI
Best Sellers Rank #1,939,085 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight21.5 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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DEWALT DW007K 24 Volt Heavy Duty 6-1/2-Inch Circular Saw Kit

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Bulb Voltage
24 Volts

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Customer Reviews

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Thad G on September 24, 2000
I am a student at Univ. of Maryland and we are currently doing tests on this product to see how it compares to its competition. As for battery life, we found that it cuts the same as all it's cordless competitors. The benefit of this unit is that it's well balanced in your hand. Downfalls are it does not have markings on the baseplate, nor depth of cut. We cut 2x4 to test the time it took to drain the battery, we got around 65 cuts out of one battery before it would die. We let the saw stop after each cut, then would restart it. The most difficult feature on this was the battery removal button. The handles were well made and fit the best out of 5 other units we tested.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 23, 2000
I just bought this tool recently and I love it. There is one bad thing about it, the guide on the front is not accurate. And also the battery doesn't last as long as I thought it would. The saw is able to cut 2x4s at a 45 degree angle and make plunge cuts. If you buy this saw you probably also want to go with an AC/DC converter. I got that and it works great too. I just heard Makita is coming out with a 24 Volt 7-1/4" saw and wish DeWalt would have put 7-1/4" blade on their saw. But other than that I love this saw.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 23, 2001
This was a bit of an impulse buy for me so I was pleasantly surprised at how powerful and effective it is. There were two projects it really shone on. The first was cross-bracing an attic for hurricane code. As I started to notice, there are a lot of places you want to saw where there is no readily available power or the cords get tangled in the work. An attic is just such a place. Even though I had a light in the attic which I could have plugged the power saw into, (I have a 7.5" Dewalt corded saw.) threading the cord around all of the roof joists is just a nightmare, and if you trip over the cord/s you fall through the ceiling. (I learned the hard way...'nuff said..LOL)
The 2nd project was cutting 2x6 deck joists and 5/4 preassure treated deck planking for a deck. 16 foot deck boards and power cords just don't mix, it becomes a tangled mess and since you are walking on the deck joists, once again tripping is a constant threat, especially when working with a team. Using a framing square for a cutting guide I could place the board, elevate the end I wanted to cut with scrap, cut the board within a 1/16th of an inch, pull out the scap and the deck board would fall right into place. My DeWalt cordless drill made quick work of the 3" deck screws and I was on to the next board. Two knowlegable do-it-yourselfers planked a 16x30 foot deck in 3 hours with two saws and drills.
You must buy and extra battery for the saw if you are working in a team because of the volume of cutting you will be doing. If the drills and saws share the power packs, stagger the work and use all of the batteries for the saws, then the drills afterwords. Partly because of the ease of use (not dragging cords, etc.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By MannyCoon on December 14, 2001
I received my saw as a gift the winter before I was to use it to build a cabin in the woods of Alaska miles from an electrical hookup. Before I received the saw I was unsure how I was going to deal with cutting the boards, plywood, joists etc. (God forbid it be by hand...). I was a bit sceptical at first, but soon came to understand the true versatility of this tool. I have done everything from quantity-cutting of 2x4's to cutting 4x12s to sawing OSB to cutting aluminum roofing (put the blade in backwards and it works great!) to trimming while dangling from the roof-peak and anything else imaginable. I was most impressed by the ability of the saw to do (reasonably) accurate compound mitres. I would give it 5 stars except that the batteries don't hold power when it gets near freezing outside. I wisely purchased a second battery for the saw and have found that I have enough power to work two full days of cutting and trimming. If I were in a position where I needed to purchase a saw, I would unhesitatingly get this one.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "hammerswinger" on April 14, 2000
I am a carpenter who builds decks, gazebos and porches. I bought this saw this week (through Tool Crib, by the way!) for use when dragging a cord is dangerous or annoying, or when cutting out of position. This is a 5-star tool under these conditions. For heavy-duty framing with wet/heavy lumber, this cordless tool drops to a 2-star rating. Under heavy conditions, it HAS to be used with the AC/DC converter (not available right now).
Its light weight treated my bad hand (
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