|Item Weight||3.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.5 x 5.5 x 3.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DW660|
|Size||11.30in. x 5.60in. x 3.70in.|
|Color||DEWALTÃ'Â® Yellow and Black|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One year warranty, one year service agreement and 30 day no-risk trial|
|National Stock Number||5130-01-397-9715|
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DEWALT DW660 Cut-Out 5 Amp 30,000 RPM Rotary Tool with 1/8-Inch and 1/4-Inch Collets
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- DW660 Includes:1 drywall cutting bit and 1/4", 1/8" collets
- Turn-on/bump-off switch allows user to easily shut tool off
- 5-amp, 30,000 rpm motor provides more cutting power
- Slim body design for less fatigue over prolonged use
- Dust-sealed switch protects against dust ingestion for longer switch life
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This rotary saw cut through 3/4" hardwood and 3/4" treated exterior pine plywood -- yes folks, like a hot knife through butter. With the first cut I knew I had hit the jack-pot. There was no strain on the tool, it handled the wood effortlessly, and I had no trouble controlling it as I cut freehanded through the wood. The ring guide kept the blade perpendicular to the wood and the cuts were clean and smooth. I cut a lot of scallops; circles; scrolls; curls and whatnots through several pieces of 7 - 8 foot long boards and with this saw I did it fast. I bought just the saw because I did not know if it would work but I would advise people to also purchase the D-handle attachment you can get for it.Read more ›
Just received this tool yesterday. Wanted to test on a piece of 3/4" plyboard to assess the power, speed, etc. Used 1/8" RotoZip multipurpose bits. Just a note on these, the Dewalt ONLY takes 1/8" OR 1/4" bits. Be careful when buying bits as the Rotozip line of bits also comes in a 5/32" bit, which will NOT fit in this drill.
Not sure if I understood the directions on how to insert or remove a bit using the lock and unlock buttons. I found it easier just to get an open ended socket wrench to do these functions. Will go back and read to see if I missed something.
Tested a cutout for a low voltage install. Overall, very pleased with the power, and speed at which I was able to make the cutout. Did two cutouts and each took no more than a minute, which was very nice considering the thickness of the board. Would imagine that it would go even faster on thinner material.
Did notice that the dust did go all over the place, as noted in other reviews for this product. HOWEVER, given the power that this has and the speed in which it cuts, I'll gladly spend the extra 2 minutes with a shop vac instead of getting a shoulder workout with a handsaw.
Overall, very pleased with first impression and test.
Cons: hard to control, vents blow dust directly in face when cutting drywall, not ergonomic.
Using primarily for a 800 sq foot basement drywall home project with lots of cut out work. If using for the first time you better practice, I find it hard to control. It is not very ergonomic, I think that has to do with it as much as the power. It easily runs away from you. As a couple of other reviewers have noted the vents are in a terrible position and literally blow dust directly in your face, extremely annoying. This thing creates an amazing amount of dust when cutting drywall, makes me appreciate my old fasion drywall saw. can't compare to any others so I don't know if they all do that.
I do like the bit change system, it's pretty easy and holds the bit very well. I don't like using a wrench, it's just another thing I can lose.
to do it again I would try another one. I can see why many professionals use this unit because it is very solid. For me the negatives outweigh the positives.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works perfectly. I use it like a Roto Zip and also as a cutoff tool with all my dremel attachments.Published 17 days ago by Scott Miller
When I saw this tool existed I had to have it. It does a great job cutting through alot of different materials. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Patrick
Works great only draw back is its only one speed full bore no adjustment but I new that when I ordered it
They do have multi speed more expensive
This little tool is great! I bought this after my husband acted as if I was too dainty to use a power tool. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cindy Sanders