Reciprocating Saw - Cordless - 1 1/8" - 20 V

With its powerful motor that provides up to 3,000 strokes-per-minute and a 1 1/8" stroke length, this Dewalt reciprocating saw offers high performance, which is ideal for heavy-duty work. The four-position blade allows for flush cutting, while the variable speed gives you constant control. An rubber overmolded comfort grip provides even more control. Finally, the pivoting adjustable shoe extends blade life and allows depth of cut control. This reciprocating saw comes with a three-year limited warranty. Battery and charger sold separately.

Type :Cordless
Power Source :Battery
Voltage :Lithium-ion 20V Max (not included)
Strokes per Minute :0 - 3,000
Keyless Blade Clamp (Y/N) :Yes
Stroke Length :1 1/8 in
Warranty :3-Year Limited
Shoe Type :Adjustable
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Reciprocating Saw - Cordless - 1 1/8" - 20 V is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 93.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice recip saw! I purchased this saw to replace my DeWalt 18V set. What a huge difference the 20v Max makes in power. Be sure to purchase 4 or 5 AH batteries with this tool as it will run down the smaller ones pretty quickly. I had been a professional remodeler for over 20 years, used a lot of recip saws, my favorite had always been my Milwakee...this one is quickly replacing it as a tool of choice. Being able to insert the blade sideways is a fantastic idea! Just be aware when the tool is brand new it might make a few strange noises and run a bit rough, mine smoothed out after a couple uses and now runs great!
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from works great when it works I've gone through three of these saws. This saw works great until the gears strip out, which I've had happen to me three times already. I have most of the 20v dewalt stuff, impact, drill/hammerdrill, circular saw, multi-tool, roto-zip, miter saw... they all work flawlessly. This reciprocating saw just doest seem to be built to last like the other tools. I'm very disappointed and though i could really use it, I'm not ready to go spend another $100 just for it to break in three months. Maybe it just not meant for use on a real job site.
Date published: 2017-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This my third 20-volt tool the drills are outstanding and the batteries last for hours. Had to work off a ladder the cordless unit made it safer and easier than dragging a cord around. The battery pack lasted through the afternoon cutting off old nails that were tucked behind some gutter. Easy blade replacement, no more allen wrenches. the 20-volt is worth the extra money over the 18-volt the batteries last twice as long.
Date published: 2014-12-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Tool Great for when you don't have access to power. The reason for a 4 Star is due to the fact it really runs the battery down fast. I recommend a 4AH or 5AH when using this, and have an extra. It does everything a corded one will do. Like the flexibility of being able to cut various products just by changing the blade. Also like the ease of changing the blade, and also the ability to change the direction of the blade. If you're looking for something to use where there isn't any power access, this is the tool for you.
Date published: 2015-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good saw I have upgraded a lot of my tools to the 20V Dewalt platform. I am happy with their quality. I like this saw. Coupled with a 4 AH battery it has good power and good runtime. The tool free blade clamp is convenient. Unfortunately it gets stuck in the open position very easily when it comes in contact with dust when doing demo work on plaster walls. If not cleaned, it will not grip the blade. This can be very annoying.
Date published: 2015-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Convenient to Use Recipro Saw This is a quality cordless tool. Seems as strong as a corded saw with out the cord hassle and worry about cutting through the cord. The variable speed control trigger takes some getting used to as it seems a bit touchy. Over all another great DeWalt tool.
Date published: 2014-10-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great addition to my 20V Max tools I bought the 20V Max 1/2 drill & 1/4 in impact set a while back and have enjoyed them better than any previous cordless tools I have ever owned. Last week I bought the 2-pack of 3.0 AH batteries and made the decision to start replacing some of my older corded tools with 20V tools. The Reciprocating saw was my first purchase. I already knew I liked the 4-way blade attachment options and the general design looked good enough for my around-the-house projects. So far I have used the saw to cut PVC pipe, 2x4s, notch 4x4s, and demo some old lattice work. It handles the longest blades with ease. The saw has performed very well. I do wish it had a speed control like my old Black and Decker because in awkward positions it is too hard to get good speed control with the trigger alone.
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Go 20volt or go home This battery powered reciprocating saw is impressive. Considering how skeptical and generally unimpressible I am, this saw had a tough battle to garner a good opinion from me. However, I am reeeeaaaalllly impressed. I have a Bosch recip saw and a DeWalt recip saw already that are both AC/Plug-in type. Pound for pound, this saw not only holds a candle to them, but has the power to do what my other saws do, with no "strings" attached. Compared to my plug-in DeWalt, I'd give this cordless saw an "8" versus the plug-in on a scale of 1-10. My plug-in can switch from recip to orbital, and the cordless does not have this feature. However, the directional blade mounting on the cordless is the best thing since sliced bread. Battery life is really the only limitation, but believe me- it's not much of a limitation, all things considered. I like the setup with the 20V batteries b/c I already have 2 drills that use the same batteries, and this addition made everything use the same battery. How I used it: so the real test for this saw was how I put it into action. I was pulling an axle off of a Jeep Cherokee at a pick-a-part junkyard, and had little option in broken off and rusted out captive bolts, that made sawing what I needed the only option. I had 1 hour before closing to cut through 4 control arms, and a track bar, all in hard to access undercar locations. With no AC power anywhere closeby or feasible. This saw cut through the control arms like butter, taking about 10 minutes, and not even phasing the battery charge. Then I cut through the 1" thick hardened steel on the trackbar. It took 3, 14-tpi metal-cutting blades, but it did it, all with the same battery. It took probably 1/2 hour of continual use to get through this, but it did it. I can't think of another cordless saw that would've been able to do this, so I am more than impressed; and this saw is now my go to in my mobile Jeep toolbox for when I'm off-roading.
Date published: 2014-06-04
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