Rated 5 out of 5Â by 25
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JimM Meets expectations
As my old NiCad batteries are dying, instead of buying old technology replacements, I have been upgrading to 20 V Li-Ion tools. As a home builder I had high expectations for this saw and DeWalt has come through with another winner. The saw is well built and rugged; mine has been dropped 6 to 8 feet a few times with no damage. It has plenty of power to cut through thick materials and with a 4.0 ah battery I get several days of intermittent use on a charge.
August 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kevin 20v Reciprocating Saw
Picked this little beauty up to compliment my 20v dewalt line of tools. Used this saw to dismantle a 12x36 upper patio. Did the work in a day. Lots of pwer, well balanced and had the power to do the job. Went thru 2 3.0ah batteries while doing the job. This thing is as powerful as my dewalt corded Reciprocating Saw.
If you need one of these for a job, I highly recommend it just for the dewalt warrenty and power
September 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by hvac2014 great tool, great buy
this saw is a very handy tool to own. very high quality tool. would recommend this tool to anyone
September 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BigHam This tool is a Beast
This Saw is bad to the bone, just on 1.5 amp battery I cut a 12 foot, 1/4 inch thick 4 inch in diameter Street Sign pole that was put in my Moms front yard in the 50s in less than a minute, this thing weighs over 60 pounds, after that I cut down half of a Grapefruit tree that was about 6 inches in diameter and trimmed all of that down before the battery went dead, The adjustable guard as well as the 4 position assemble for the Blade is very handy. Nice saw!!
July 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by EastBaySuperintendent Great tool!
I've been in construction 35 years, and these 20V tools work much better than any 18V tools I've used in the past. The batteries last longer, and the tool is strong right up until the end of the battery cycle. Multiple speed settings plus the variable trigger help out in tough situations.
The only draw backs was the sawsall was not available in the store by itself. Only if you bought it in a group deal, like homeowners buy, and the sawsall is heavier than a corded unit. But I'll trade off the extra weight for the option of carrying this anywhere on the site without worring about dragging out the long extension cords.
September 11, 2012