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Dewalt announces the 9-in. 60V Max Cut-Off Saw (DCS690) at World of Concrete 2018. As part of the growing Flexvolt System, the 9-in. 60V MAX Cut-Off Saw offers the freedom of power without gas*.

The 9-in. 60V MAX* Cut-Off Saw is capable of 3-1/4 in. depth of cut and features a brushless motor that achieves 6,600 RPM. This allows for fast and efficient, single pass cuts and scores in concrete and steel as well as pavestones and rebar. With a rotatable, 5-position guard, the user can select the approach angle that provides optimal visibility and accessibility when cutting in tight spaces. With features including an all-metal drivetrain, the saw is durable and efficient. It is also protected from harsh jobsite conditions through its latched battery box and sealed on/off switch. In addition, the 9-in. 60V Max Cut-Off Saw features a dual-sided water delivery system that offers an OSHA Table 1 Complaint solution for dust management when cutting concrete.

Featuring a front handle that can be held in three positions, the saw can be used to cut in both horizontal and vertical positions. In addition, a new heavy load indicator light provides the user with power and runtime feedback during demanding applications. Finally, the tool itself is Tool Connect Tag Ready (tag sold separately). Included with the kitted and bare units is one Flexvolt Diamond Wheel and one Flexvolt Cut-Off Wheel, each optimized for use with the 9-in. 60V Max Cut-Off Saw.

With the 9-in. 60V Max Cut-Off Saw, the concrete construction user benefits from the power of the Flexvolt System without the hassles of gas*. With an efficient and powerful brushless motor, the tool provides long runtime in demanding applications. Available in spring 2018, the 9-in. 60V Max Cut-Off Saw comes both kitted with two 9.0Ah Flexvolt Batteries (DCS690X2) for $849 MSRP and bare for $549 MSRP. The saw comes with the standard Dewalt 3 year limited warranty, 1 year free service, and 90 day money back guarantee.

60V Max – Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 60 volts. Nominal voltage is 54.

*While in use.

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