Dewalt 20v Circular Saw DCS391 Product demonstration and review

6.5 inch blade model.
http://www.amazon.com/DEWALT-DCS391B-20-Volt-Li-Ion-Circular/dp/B007NVSTO8?ie=UTF8&keywords=dewalt%2020v%20circular%20saw&qid=1462054375&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1

Comments

William Todd says:

How are you liking the 20V Dewalt tools compared to the 18V stuff? I am still using the 18V tools and all of them still work great, but have been thinking about getting the adapters so I can run the 20V batteries, any experience with that, and do you think it would be a good upgrade since the 18V tools I have still work great and look almost new with the exception of my 1/4″ impact.

Andy Prariedog says:

Was considering this saw due to the blade being on the lefthand side…..but the 6 1/2″ blade is the deal-breaker for me. I wanted to stay in the 7 1/4″ realm that my other saws use. Also realized the plastic guard. Dang…so close Dewalt. I’ll go with the brushless, 7 1/4″ blade, , aluminum guard, right hand sided blade model. Thanks for showing….very helpful.

wayne harrison says:

Say what?

jpg901c says:

I’m not getting near the power out of my saw. As soon as it starts to rip the wood the blade simply slows to a halt. What am I missing?

my ky Mui nem says:

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jmgp taca says:

not a real review

Tioga Fretworks says:

Rip guides for circ saws are totally useless. Make yourself a shoot board. Second DO always Adjust your depth to just deep enough for the cut – it saves your battery and produces less tearout. Plus it’s safer.

steven wood says:

Where can I get new brushes for the DCS 391 type 10

salo says:

I have exactly same circular saw and it came with a rip guide.

True or False says:

You failed to show how to install the blade, so this video was not worth the time.

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