- Model: DCS367
- Length: 14.5″
- Weight: 5 lbs
- Stroke Length: 1-1/8″
- Speed: 0-2,900 SPM
Dewalt is coming out with a new 20V Max brushless compact reciprocating saw, model DCS367!
Compared to the DCS387, the new DCS367 looks to have the same specs, the same features, and nearly identical but updated ergonomics and geometries. There looks to be a subtle update in the handle design.
There aren’t any bold claims about the new brushless saw’s performance, but I’d guess that the brushless motor contributes to a boost in power and also runtime. Seeing as how the tool is available as part of a compact battery kit, as well as there being bare tool and 5.0Ah battery kit options, perhaps the bigger gains are in runtime efficiency.
What’s also notable is that the new Dewalt DCS367 brushless compact reciprocating saw will be built in the USA, presumably with domestic and foreign components or assemblies.
It’s certainly good to see some more brushless expansion in Dewalt’s 20V Max lineup. I was worried that the new FlexVolt lineup would be Dewalt’s sole answer to competitors’ deeper forays into brushless saws and tool tech.
Features & Specs
- 4-position blade clamp
- 1-1/8″ cutting stroke length
- 0-2,900 SPM variable speed
- 14.5″ long
- 5.0 pounds (with which battery, 5.0Ah?)
- LED worklight
- Pivoting shoe
- Ergonomic handle
- Compact, lightweight design
Price: $159 for the bare tool, $219 for the compact battery kit, $279 for the 5.0Ah battery kit
Right now, you can order via Acme Tool. Amazon’s listings are up, but you can’t order them yet. I’ll include the links anyways, as I expect them to be available for preorder soon. According to Acme, these will ship at the end of December 2016.
DCS367B Bare Tool
DCS367D1 Compact Battery Kit (with 2.0Ah Battery, Charger, Case)
DCS367P1 5.0Ah Battery Kit
Buy Now(via Acme)
Thank you to Joel for the heads-up! Thank you also to cr8ondt for the heads-up via ToolGuyd forum post!
Well, the DCS367 brushless compact reciprocating saw might not be very innovative or game-changing, but it’s a brushless rendition of a seemingly well-liked cordless saw design.
As mentioned just above, I’m happy to see more brushless developments in Dewalt’s 20V Max lineup, even though they just recently launched a whole slew of FlexVolt 60V Max tools.
Next up, maybe we’ll see a 20V Max brushless 6-1/2″ circular saw that will complement their full-size FlexVolt saw.