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DEWALT DCCS620P1 20V Compact 12" Chainsaw Review

DEWALT DCCS620P1 20V Compact 12″ Chainsaw Review

Compact Brushless Chainsaw DEWALT has been trickling outdoor power tools into their 20-volt line over the last year or so.  They currently have a 20-volt string trimmer, blower, hedge trimmer and have now added the new DCCS620 12″ Compact Brushless Chainsaw.  The new 12″ Chainsaw has many of the other features you find on the […]

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Dewalt DCCS670X1 FlexVolt 60v Chainsaw Review

Dewalt FlexVolt Chainsaw Dewalt has been building their line of battery operated outdoor power equipment with the introduction of the FlexVolt line.  The Dewalt FlexVolt battery will work in the existing 20v max tools or also in the new 60v max line.  The Dewalt FlexVolt tools are long lasting, strong and in many ways equal or […]

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Milwaukee M18 FUEL Blower vs Dewalt Flexvolt 60v Blower

Milwaukee vs Dewalt The Milwaukee M18 and Dewalt Flexvolt blowers are two new products that will appeal to anyone who owns the M18 or Dewalt 20 volt line.  These two companies have done battle over voltage, amp hours, watt hours and innovation.  Just as the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro, we can debate who is […]

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Confusion: Dewalt Flexvolt 60v – vs – 20v – vs – 40v

More Volts Equals More Power? Dewalt has changed from the 18 volt battery platform to a 20 volt max battery platform a while back due to battery style changes.  This change also has/had many thinking that the 20 volt max platform is more powerful than the 18 volt platform because it has 2 more volts. […]

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DEWALT DHS790 FlexVolt 12″ 120V Max Double Bevel Sliding Compound Miter Saw Review

Corded & Cordless The DEWALT DHS790AT2 FlexVolt 120V MAX double bevel compound sliding miter saw is the most innovative cordless tools introduced in 2016.  We feel this way because of the miter saw’s ability to use two 60 FlexVolt batteries or a power cord adapter to run off a cord.  No other saw on the […]

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