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DeWalt 54V FlexVolt Reciprocating Saw

DeWalt 54V FlexVolt Reciprocating Saw

DeWalt 54V FlexVolt XR Li-Ion DCS388N-XJ is a cordless, brushless reciprocating saw able to cut, trim and shape metal, masonry, wood, plaster, stone, tile, composite and plenty more, depending on the blade selected.

The DeWalt XR FlexVolt range offers the only battery powered saw of its types that can switch from 54V to 18V, making it backward-compatible with existing XR power tools. Meanwhile 54V makes the unit as powerful as cord types.

A low vibration (12.5m/s²) reciprocating, the DCS388 features an LED worklight, and an ergonomic body grip and back handle. There’s a lever action keyless blade clamp for easy blade changes and an intelligent variable speed trigger, a lock off switch and an electronic motor brake for quick controlled cuts and enhanced work safety.

The 2-position blade clamp allows for flush cutting, while a pivoting adjustable shoe with open top for high stability and blade visibility during a cut gives improved oversight during a job.

The DCS388N-XJ has a stroke rate from 0-3000spm, a stroke length of 28.6mm and maximum cutting capacity’s of 300mm for wood, 130mm for steel, and 160mm for PVC.

Power is from a DeWalt DCB546-XE 18V-54V 6Ah XR Flexvolt Li-Ion battery with a weight of 0.9kg and there’s a fast charger. Weight is 3kg and there’s a 3-year warranty covered By Dewalt Australia.

The DCS388N-XJ is available from distributors around Australia.

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John Adams
John Adamshttps://sen.news
A professional writer and editor who has been covering the security industry since 1991, John is passionate about clever applications of technology and the fusion of sensing and networking. A capable photographer John enjoys undertaking practical reviews of the latest electronic security systems.


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