|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.9 x 14.4 x 9.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DW369CSK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
DEWALT DW369CSK 7-1/4-Inch Lightweight Circular Saw with High Strength Base
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- Innovative high strength base will withstand a 1-story drop
- 9.8 lb. lightweight tool designed to reduce user fatigue and increase productivity
- 15 Amp, 2,200 MWO motor powerful enough for the toughest applications
- 56 degree beveling capacity with stops at 45 degree and 22.5 degree allows for aggressive bevel cuts while allowing user to locate common angles quickly
- Clear line of sight aids in blade visibility from any angle; Electric brake stops blade after use
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A DEWALT circular saw kit is a versatile tool, designed for easy transport from home to the shop, or to the jobsite. Weighing just 9.8 pounds, this lightweight, easy-to-handle tool is designed to reduce user fatigue and increase productivity.
This lightweight DEWALT design doesn't compromise its power or accuracy. The 15 amp, 2,200 MWO motor is powerful enough to handle the toughest applications. With a no-load speed of 5,800 rpm, this saw rips everything from pine to pressure treated lumber to composite decking.
Big Beveling Capacity and Convenient Stops
For maximum versatility, this lightweight circular saw's 56-degree bevel capacity allows for aggressive bevel cuts. Featuring ball detents at 45 degrees and 22.5 degrees, the saw makes the most commonly used angles easy to find, saving you time.
The saw delivers cut depths up to 2-3/8 inches at 90 degrees and 1-3/4 inches at 45 degrees for use in a wide variety of applications.
Low Guard and Clear Line of Sight for Precision
A precise, lightweight, and easy-to-handle saw goes a long way toward producing accurate results. Blade visibility is another key component to achieving accurate cuts. That's why DEWALT has added a unique, clear line of sight design that offers excellent blade visibility from any angle. In addition, its low guard design offers improved performance when making aggressive bevel cuts and cutting shims.
Durable Construction with Magnesium Shoe
The dependable motor and durable gear case stand up to long hard use, but are only part of what make this DEWALT saw so tough. It also features a magnesium shoe that's designed for increased durability.
This 7-1/4-inch lightweight circular saw kit also comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money back guarantee.
What's in the Box
DW369K DEWALT 7-1/4-Inch Lightweight Circular Saw, carbide-tipped blade, blade wrench, and kit box.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you do framing, this saw might be OK. However, if you use a circular saw to make furniture, and you use it to do precise cuts of large sheets of plywood by running the saw along a fence, then you want a saw with a base which is long, especially on the side which rides along the fence. I have since learned (by actually looking at the real saws, not pictures) that there are still plenty of these available. The DeWalt DW364 is one of them. It is an older style, which is a bit heavier than the newer 369CSK, and it does not have a detent at 45 degrees. But it is completely adjustable for squareness, and it has plenty of power, and it has a BIG FOOT. The Porter Cable saws have large rectangular bases.Read more ›
I looked at Milwaukee's left blade circ and almost went that route. Honestly, it was brand loyalty that keep me with the yellow saw. I am not dissapointed in the least, though. I only wish that DeWalt would get on the ball like Milwaukee and Porter Cable and offer a left and right bladed versions.
UPDATE: I had to come back and edit this review after a decent amount of use. For the most part, everything is fine but I have determinded that I just can't get this saw to cut perfectly square. I've messed with all the adjustments and I can only get it to about 89 degrees but not to 90. Close but not quite, as they say. For my needs, this is actually fine as I don't do any precision cutting with it, but for those that do, make sure to check it with a square and ruler before using. I've lowered it from 5 stars down to 3 as this could be a big bummer for those needing a perfect cut.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dewalt makes great products and this circular saw does not disappoint. Adjustments are easy to make, cut depth and angle. Powerful motor makes cutting a breeze. Read morePublished 5 days ago by peterfamily
have two I have used on a framing crew two years these saws are tough and light and cut square after a fall off the saw bench unlike the ones with a aluminum base best bang for... Read morePublished 14 months ago by doug
My husband is a carpenter and he was very disappointed when Dewalt discontinued this saw with this high strength base. He was happy to find them online yet.Published 16 months ago by Kathryn
This is a little bigger than your run of the mill 7 1/4" circular saw, I assume that makes it better lol. It's a nice sawPublished 23 months ago by Douglas Dobson
I have used a variety of other borrowed power saws before, so when I bought my own I wanted to make sure it was the best. Read morePublished on June 17, 2012 by Mr. Edward G. Schell
Love the saw and case. I read many reveiws before buying and they led me in the right direction. Every DeWalt tool I have has been a great tool for me. Read morePublished on May 20, 2012 by ssmith8
I expected the base to be cast magnesium (or some form of metal) based on the pictures and description. What I got was a non-professional plastic base. Read morePublished on April 6, 2012 by Joseph C. Strakonsky
I recently purchased a Dewalt circular saw to replace my 35 year old Craftsman one. What a difference! I especially appreciate the saw depth adjustment on the Dewalt. Read morePublished on September 10, 2010 by Derek J Gardiner
Plug it in, pull the trigger switch and it goes round and round and round and round and round and round and round and round and round and round and round and round and round and... Read morePublished on March 28, 2010 by J. Bledsoe