DEWALT DCCS620P1 12 in. 20V MAX Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Chainsaw with (1) 5.0Ah Battery and Charger Included
Add versatility to your 20-volt max cordless system with the dccs620p1 brushless compact cordless chainsaw. This cordless chainsaw is built to handle tough construction and outdoor jobs and its lightweight design maximizes user control. Use the chainsaw to cut beams, rough-out openings, do demolition work and more.
- OREGON bar and chain are low-kickback and automatically oiled
- Includes guide bar scabbard to protect blade when not in use
- Lightweight, easy-to-assemble garden tool without hassle of gas
- (1) 5 Ah Battery & Charger Included
- Bar tightening knob for proper bar clamping force
- Part of the 20-Volt MAX system of tools
- Includes battery and charger
I bought this little saw to cut up limbs left after the tree trimmers finished cutting back a large magnolia next to my house. Some of the limbs were 6”-10” in diameter. This little saw took those in stride. It’s light weight, easy to handle and the chain brake is a great safety feature. Most of the limbs were small and this relatively quiet little saw is going to be great to have on some other projects I have on my to do list. Battery life was actually quite impressive! This is a great little saw and I highly recommend it for small jobs around the house.
Greg Fredericks –
I will echo a previous reviewer…..this little chainsaw does a good job for what it is intended to be used for……light duty work such as taking down small trees and cutting up limbs and brush. I am by no means an expert or very experienced with chainsaws, but this one was very easy to handle. I read the manual completely, filled the chainsaw properly with blade / chain oil and let it sit for a couple of hours. Then I went to work on some small ( 10 inch trunk diameter ) dead trees that had fallen during winter storms. The chainsaw went thru the fallen trees fairly easily. You do have take your time and let the blade do the work and not force the blade into the trunk. If you do, the blade will slow down considerably and you will put undue strain on the whole tool. However, if you take time, the chainsaw will go thru 10 inch logs fairly smoothly. As far as battery life, I am not exactly sure on this. I know that I was able to make about 25 cuts into the 10 inch tree trunk and another 25 cuts on 3 to 4 inch limbs and grape vine and still have juice left in the 5 amp battery……exactly how much left, I am not sure. Overall, a real nice little chainsaw that does a good job on small 8 to 10 inch trees and is good for cutting 3 to 4 inch limbs. It may be a little slow, but it will get the job done.
Barnald Obamump –
I have used this chainsaw to cut down trees from 10 cm to 45 cm and it has worked beautifully. Cut down and cut up 1/2 cord of wood in two days this week.
Luke Jannusch –
Not as powerful as a gas powered BUT it has plenty of power to trim trees and cut firewood!
I was skeptical about a battery-powered chainsaw. But then I realized that most of the things I’ll need this for are on the smaller side. Plus the same 20V system powered other tools I was gonna need, so I took the plunge. And boy am I glad I did. I had 3 big bush/weed clusters in my back yard that combined stems to form a pretty hefty trunk. They had to go. Took less than an hour, and would’ve taken half that time if I didn’t go back and scalp the stumps. I realized when shopping that anything I’d need a bigger saw for….I’d be afraid to take down by myself. So what’s the point of getting a heftier saw? Power….plenty for the type of stuff I’d be doing…and then some. Battery…..I got an hour of heavy duty cutting, and none of the lights even came on, so I’m guessing it had a ton of time left. Weight….a bit heavy. My arms are still sore an hour later, but that might be because of the awkward cutting position. Overlooked benefit…..my goodness, it was easy to start. If you’ve ever had a smaller gas-powered chainsaw and tried to pull the cord 100 times to get it started, you’ll be amazed. Bottom line, I would not go out and clear a plot of land with this. But for the average homeowner that hates to ask the neighbor to borrow theirs, this is a perfect tool. I already bought a hedge trimmer in the bundle and will be getting a pole saw and string trimmer from the same product line soon.
Steven D. Kelley –
Didn’t know what to expect, have some tree limbs in the yard that I needed cut up. I figured I’d try it. If it wasn’t enough I was going to exchange it for the bigger brother. Surprised me. Anyway,it’s a keeper.