wayne fajkus wrote:Dewalt has come out with a terrific cordless system called flexvolt. This is a general overview about what makes this different from other tools.
Battery switches from 20v to 60v depending on the tool. Recipro saw, chainsaw, grinder all run at 60v. Power is as good as corded tools in most cases. Drills and most other tools stay at 20v. Those dont have to be "flexvolt" tools. This helps with costs to complete a full compliment of tools. You may already have some.
In the 20v category, getting the "max" line comes with brushless motors. This should give longer reliable service.
Now that 60v is available, they make a chopsaw and table saw. They run off of 2 60v batteries for 120v used. Brillliant but pricey.
wayne fajkus wrote:Check this out at Amazon.com
DEWALT DCS575B FLEXVOLT 60V MAX Lithium-Ion Brushless 7 1/4" Circular Saw (Bare Tool) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H9BLSW6/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_O7pnCb2M6Q6RH
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