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Makita DHS680Z 18V Cordless Brushless Circular Saw Naked Body Only, Blue, 165 mm

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Only reviews that feature the label "Verified Review" have been checked to ensure that the author actually used or purchased the product. The Makita DHS680 18v LXT circular saw features a highly efficient brushless motor providing more power and longer run time. This brushless 18 V circular saw is also kitted out with 3 LED lights to indicate remaining battery life. Note: Due to the nature of their application, accessories and consumables don't have a wear and tear guarantee or warranty.

Monitor battery power remaining, 2 - Indication of automatic speed control, 3 - Indication of overload protection activation Rear dust exhaust port Large lock off lever Compact and lightweight design is achieved by downsizing the motor and better placement of parts and by using durable but light magnesium die-cast for base, blade case and safety cover Ergonomic soft grip handle Blower function to clear wood dust from cutting line Comes With : 1 x Makita DHS680Z Circular Saw Body Product Specifications : Barcode : 0088381683197 Blade Diameter : 165 mm Max Cut 0 : 57 mm Max Cut 45 : 41 mm Max Cut 50 : 37 mm Bore Diameter : 20 mm Noise sound pressure : 83 dB(A) Noise sound power : 94 dB(A) Noise K factor : 3 dB(A) Maximum Output : 680 w No Load Speed : 5,000 rpm Weight : 3. The Makita DHS680 cordless saw has an efficient brushless motor that offers several advantages over brushed motors. I cut 45mm thick, very dry beech with no trouble at all, although you do have to be careful not to force the tool, and you have to keep the blade straight in the cut so it does not bind or burn. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data.Very happy with the dhs680, corded type performance when ripping 2x treated timber, plus, as a diyer, the convenience and safety of no cord. Another little recommend - if you need blades for the DHS680, switch to DW Extreme blades - in my experience they are better than the Mak blades (more durable, less likely to loose teeth if you hit metal, cut smoother, etc). From the off the tool feels comfortable in the hand with well-designed rubberized grippy areas and with just enough weight to feel substantial, without feeling like a drain on the muscles by the end of the day.

Make sure that you sink any screws, etc about 10mm below the top surface so that you won't wreck a blade on them. I tried and tried to find things that I could improve on the saw, but I think that anything I might say would seem very picky, so I will end by saying that the Makita DHS680 Brushless Circular Saw is just pretty damn good and I would take one on site any day – until the next improved model comes along of course!Features include twin LED lights to illuminate the cutting line plus a blower to keep it clear, 3 panel LED battery indicator, tool hanger and rubberised grip for greater control and less vibration.

Automatic speed control adjusts the motor speed according to load condition for optimum operation so on a light duty load the motor runs at high speed whereas on a heavier duty operation the motor will run at high torque. I bought this item a couple of weeks ago as a present and it came in awful packaging, it has been used once and is broken.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. At first I viewed the hook with some skepticism, but after I tried it in various set ups I realized that it could be useful for some trades, especially those working at height in a loft conversion for example. Another benefit of the brushless motor is that, because there are no moving/touching parts in the motor there is nothing wearing away at anything else and getting damaged.

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