|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.9 x 15.9 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||DC390B|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||Mfr. item number - DC390B 3,700 RPM no load speed 6-1/2 in. carbide-tipped blade 5/8 in. arbor High strength magnesium shoe & upper guard 0-50 degree bevel capacity Fan-cooled motor with replaceable brushes Depth of cut at 45 degrees - 1-5/8 in. Depth of cut at 90 degrees - 2-1/4 in. Includes blade & blade wrench Batteries & charger sold separately Weight: Approximately:7.75 pounds Shipping Dimensions: Approximately 8.88 x 15.94 x 10.5 inches.|
|Battery Cell Type||NiCAD|
|Warranty Description||90 Day Money Back Guarantee|
DEWALT Bare-Tool DC390B 6-1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Circular Saw (Tool Only, No Battery)
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- 3,700 RPM for fast rip cuts and cross cuts
- 6-1/2-inch carbide tipped blade for 2x cutting capacity at 90 degrees and 45 degrees
- High strength magnesium shoe and upper guard provides increased durability
- 0-50 degrees bevel capacity provides additional capacity for a multitude of applications
- Fan-cooled motor with replaceable brushes for maximum power and durability; tool only, no battery
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Whether building wood decks or dormers, bookcases or kitchen cabinets, the professional-duty DEWALT DC390B 18-volt, 6-1/2-inch cordless circular saw delivers cordless convenience without sacrificing power or performance. An 18-volt battery (not included) drives the saw's 6-1/2-inch, thin-kerf blade at 3,700 RPM, an optimum speed for crosscutting and ripping construction lumber, softwood, hardwood, plywood, particleboard, oriented-strand board, and virtually any other sheet.
Power and Performance
With depth-of-cut capacities of 2-1/4-inch at 90-degrees and 1-5/8-inch at 45-degree (bevel), the DC390B can slice through all 2-by dimensional lumber. The 6-1/2-inch carbide tipped blade gives you 2x cutting capacity at 90 and 45 degrees, and the 0-50-dgree bevel capacity provides additional capacity for a multitude of applications.
A high strength magnesium shoe and upper guard provides increased durability, while a fan-cooled motor with replaceable brushes provides maximum power and durability. It's complemented by a vibration-dampening rubber-grip handle for comfortable handling on big jobs. This circular saw weighs 6.3 pounds.
This DEWALT cordless tool does not come with a battery or charger. It's compatible with the DC9096 18-volt XRP battery pack and DW9117 15-minute charger.
This DEWALT tool is backed by three-year limited warranty covering any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship (from the date of purchase). It's also covered by DEWALT's one-year free service contract, where DEWALT will maintain the tool and replace worn parts caused by normal use--for free.
What's in the Box
One DEWALT DC390B 18-volt 6-1/2-inch cordless circular saw, one carbide tipped blade, one blade wrench, and operating instructions (batteries and charger sold separately).
0-50 degree bevel capacity provides additional capacity for a multitude of applications (view larger).
Top Customer Reviews
PLEASE NOTE: this saw has recieved some undue bad ratings because it is a BARE TOOL (a perfect replacement or addition to your existing 18v DeWalt tool collection) It does not come with a battery or charger ... well duh! A single battery retails for over $80 alone, what do you expect? It does however come with a blade (nice little suprise to me).
This is a great buy and I'm sure you will be very pleased with it's capabilities if you purchase one.
Apparently i was wrong. I am a handyman/carpenter by trade and have used this thing to rip 1x and plywood, crosscut 2x anything...and it takes it. I keep 3 different blades and always try to use the appropriate one for the material i am cutting and of course, a fully charged battery.
The last framing job i did, i used this thing to cut over 250 2x4's for the walls. The corded Makita sat unused for two days.
For all the criticism of this saw, it does the job for me...for 3 years now of daily and sometimes abusive use.
But, as always, the Dewalt batteries suck so i keep 3-4 charged all day.
This saw has a thick base plate, which I like. Thinner stamped metal base plates on circular saws often get bent after several years of use and the saws never work well after this happens.
A routine use of the DeWalt DC390 will be to cut thin stock such as plywood. It's handy to have a cordless tool for this purpose since you often have to extend your reach to make cuts. However, this saw is poorly balanced for such work. With the cut depth set shallow, the battery is raised high and the saw is top heavy. If you put the saw down as you would a normal circular saw, it will tip over. The lower half of the saw guard is made of a slightly flexible plastic. Given this saw is likely to tip off worktables frequently, I think this is better than having a metal guard which might get permanently bent. Plywood is often cut using a guide such as a bar of metal clamped to the work. It is difficult to cut with the DeWalt DC390 while keeping it snug to a guide because, in addition to the trigger, the saw has a safety that must be pressed with your thumb. It prevents you from wrapping your thumb around the handle, so you don't have a normal grip. (The DC390 also suffers from a weakness of all direct drive circular saws in that the motor leaves little clearance under it and tends to bump into any clamps that you use to hold the guide. It seems to me that manufacturers could do a better job of designing a motor housing that provided more clearance, even if only when the saw is set to do shallow cuts and motor is raised relatively high.Read more ›
* Well designed and balanced. It feels great in my hands. The weight is perfect -- heavy enough not to bounce around when I cut but light enough to be very easy to use one-handed.
* I really like that it doesn't "free spin" after cutting the power -- a nice safety feature.
* The left-mounted blade design makes it easy to see what I'm cutting.
* The chuck for the blade is stored on the handle. That's a nice touch for hobbyists like me who only need to change the blade occasionally and might otherwise lose track of it.
* Battery life. Not surprisingly, this saw uses a lot of power. In my real-world use, I'm able to cut about 15 deck boards before needing to swap the 18v NiCad battery. While not surprising, it is a little disappointing. However, with the second battery to charge while I use the first, I've never had a problem. I'm currently using the "one hour charger" that came with the drill, and the battery usually indicates it's ready to go again in under 15 minutes. Perhaps my overall experience would have been better on longer charges in ideal temperature settings. At some point, I plan to upgrade to the 18-volt XPR line, which will also work with this saw.
Note that this unit also doesn't include a case. No problem, since good quality Craftsman tool bags are often on-sale for $10 or less.
If you're like me, then I strongly suggest safety glasses when using this saw. It's so lightweight and powerful that I often grab it for little finish cuts where I'd ordinarily have grabbed a jigsaw and, given the power of this blade in comparison, those bits of scrap wood shoot-off in unpredictable ways.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I cannot believe I went so long without this saw, plenty of power, easy on the battery, and so portable. I bet it saved my 2-3 hours on a 24 hour patio buildout.Published 2 months ago by D. Brown