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25DU76 DCS371P1 UNSPSC # 27112709

Cordless, Portable Band Saw, 20V DC, 32 7/8 in Blade Length

  • Item # 25DU76
  • Mfr. Model # DCS371P1
  • UNSPSC # 27112709
  • Catalog Page # 669 669
Country of Origin Mexico. Country of Origin is subject to change.

DEWALT-brand cordless portable band saws make cuts in pipe, conduit, and threaded rod. Brand-specific batteries can often be used with a variety of cordless tools by the same brand/manufacturer that have the same battery series and voltage.

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Cordless, Portable Band Saw, 20V DC, 32 7/8 in Blade Length

  • Item # 25DU76
  • Mfr. Model # DCS371P1
  • UNSPSC # 27112709
  • Catalog Page # 669 669
Country of Origin Mexico. Country of Origin is subject to change.

DEWALT-brand cordless portable band saws make cuts in pipe, conduit, and threaded rod. Brand-specific batteries can often be used with a variety of cordless tools by the same brand/manufacturer that have the same battery series and voltage.

Technical Specs

  • Item Portable Band Saw
  • Voltage 20V DC
  • Cordless Tool Kit Contents Bare Tool, Battery, Charger
  • Blade Length 32 7/8 in
  • Round Cutting Capacity 2 1/2 in
  • Rectangular Cutting Capacity 2 1/2 in
  • Number of Speed Settings 1
  • Charger Included Yes
  • Brushless Motor No
  • Number of Batteries Included 1
  • Battery Capacity 5.0 Ah
  • Battery Pack Replacement 31AC52
  • Battery Series 20V MAX*
  • SFPM Range 570
  • Drive Type Dual Bearing
  • Handle Type D-Handle
  • Tool Length 15 in
  • Tool Weight 9.4 lb
  • Power Source Cordless
  • Includes 14/18 TPI Blade, 20V Band Saw, Blade Tracking Wrench, Fast Charger, Kit Bag, XR Premium Li-Ion Battery 5.0A
  • Standards CSA

DEWALT-brand cordless portable band saws make cuts in pipe, conduit, and threaded rod. Brand-specific batteries can often be used with a variety of cordless tools by the same brand/manufacturer that have the same battery series and voltage.

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