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Dewalt Cordless Chainsaw Reviews – The Top Brand In Power Tools

A Dewalt cordless chainsaw is a low maintenance tool great for cutting or pruning trees, cleaning up broken down limbs, and cutting firewood around your home or cabin! Chainsaws are a necessity when working with trees and some cordless chainsaws offer power comparable to a similar sized gas chainsaw.

The Dewalt Brand of power tools is at the top or near the top on almost every list for durability, performance, ergonomics, innovation, and best value. My Dewalt cordless chainsaw reviews will cover their 2 most popular models, the 20 volt chainsaw with a 12-inch bar and the 60 volt chainsaw with a 16-inch bar.

Battery powered chainsaws are especially useful for home use as they require minimal maintenance and don’t need engine tuneups like a gas powered model would. They will always start, regardless of how long it sat on the shelf or how cold it is outside. Never hurt your back, shoulder, or arm again from pulling on the starter rope trying to start a gas engine.


DEWALT DCCS620B 20V MAX – 12 Inch Compact Cordless Chainsaw Overview


Product 20V compact 12 inch cordless chainsaw

Warranty Yes – 3 years

Battery size Lithium Ion 5.0 Ah 20 Volts

Battery life 90 cuts per charge on 4×4 inch pressure treated wood

Chainsaw weight 9 pounds including the battery

Bar length Low kick back 12-inch bar

Chain speed 25.2 feet per second

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The Dewalt 20 volt chainsaw is an amazingly compact and lightweight battery powered chainsaw and is available to purchase as a kit which includes the chainsaw, a 5 amp hour 20 volt MAX battery, a charger, and a protective hard bar cover. If you already own a battery and charger for a different Dewalt tool with the same battery that is awesome! This chainsaw is available without a battery and charger.

The simple and efficient tool-free chain tensioning and bar tightening knob keeps the bar tightly secured and allows for quick and easy chain tightness adjustment, keeping the chain from becoming loose. A loose chain could come off the guide bar and be dangerous if it is not tightened in time.

The automatic and continuous bar and chain lubrication system will provide oil to the chain as it slides over the bar, keeping it from getting hot and preventing damage to the bar or chain. Bar and Chain Oil is easily added to the oil tank by removing the locking flip-up quarter-turn oil cap.

 

My Dewalt 20V Chainsaw Review – Lightweight / Perfect For Home Use

This 20 volt chainsaws is great for home use such as maintaining lower limbs on trees and for cutting down small to medium trees and cutting them into firewood. It can be used to clear underbrush or overgrown areas and is perfect for do it yourself construction projects.

It’s also an excellent choice to use when traveling to a cabin or vacation home where you will want to cut trees or firewood. No bulky gas can or gas odor in your vehicle and the chainsaw is guaranteed to start when you need it.

The saw offers surprising power considering how compact and lightweight it is and its 12-inch bar is capable of most small to medium jobs.

This chainsaw battery may last longer than the 60 volt, but the saw chain speed is slower and the battery has less power.


DEWALT DCCS670X1 FLEXVOLT 60V MAX – 16 Inch Cordless Chainsaw


Product Dewalt 60 Volt 16 inch Cordless Chainsaw

Warranty Yes – 3 years

Battery size Lithium Ion 3.0 Ah 60 Volts

Battery life 70 cuts per charge on 6×6 inch pressure treated pine wood beam

Chainsaw weight 12.2 pounds including the battery

Bar length Low kick back 16-inch bar

Chain speed 49.2 feet per second

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The Dewalt 60 volt chainsaw is a heavy-duty and powerful chainsaw and is available in a kit including the chainsaw, a 3 amp hour 60 volt MAX battery, a battery charger, and a protective hard bar cover. This chainsaw is also available without a battery or charger if you already own them.

The battery on this saw has fewer amp hours but 3x the voltage giving the saw much more power and easily more work done between charges than the 20 volt saw.

This chainsaw also features an efficient tool-free chain tensioning knob to help keep the chain at a safe tension during use. A combination tooled or tool less bar retention knob enables better and tighter bar clamping force.

An automatic and continuous bar and chain lubrication system will keep the chain sliding smoothly over the bar and prevent unnecessary wear and tear. A locking flip-up quarter-turn oil cap enables quick and easy oil refills.

 

My Dewalt 60V Chainsaw Review – Powerful / Great For Amateur And Professional Use

The 60 volt chainsaws is great for home use where you will be cutting medium to large trees or cutting a lot of firewood. It is also great for smaller trees and branches if you want to complete your job with speed and precision.

Arborists, landscapers, construction workers, demolition crews and first responders rely on the power, efficiency, and reliability of the 60 volt battery powered chainsaw.

The chainsaw is about 3 pounds heavier than the 20 volt saw but more than makes up for extra weight by offering a powerful saw with a 16-inch bar that can saw through a 32-inch log. The chain speed is almost twice as fast as the other saw allowing you to nearly get twice as much cutting done in the same amount of time.


Features Included In All New Dewalt Chainsaws

  • The Dewalt Guaranteed Tough Warranty includes a 3-year limited warranty, 1 year of free service, and a 90-day money back guarantee for peace of mind.
  • A high efficiency brushless motor maximizes run time allowing more cuts per charge, more time cutting and less time worrying about whether the battery will last throughout the job.
  • The chain brake is a standard piece of safety equipment on chainsaws to manually stop the chain and to primarily provide instant-stop kickback protection

Final Thoughts And Tips

Many other Dewalt chainsaw owners shared their thoughts and comments and a wide majority of them seemed to love this chainsaw! They were impressed by the length of cutting time per battery and the power of the saws which allowed them to cut firewood from the trunks of trees. Many of these people previously owned a gas powered saw and now the battery powered saw has become their new favorite.

Perhaps you are not interested in the DEWALT name? If so, I would recommend you check into another popular brand. Greenworks Tools has a wide selection of battery chainsaws! Here is a list of popular Greenworks chainsaws. STIHL has battery chainsaws and they are top of the line! A preferred choice for professional use!

A simple tip on how to check the chain tension on the chainsaw, place the saw on a flat surface and pull the chain 1/8″ away from the guide bar using an index finger and thumb. It should easily come away from the guide bar 1/8″ and when you release the chain it should snap back. There should be no sag in the chain on the underside of the guide bar.

New chains may not look dangerous, but they are very sharp. Use caution with sharp chains, I’ve had several small cuts on my fingers from not wearing gloves when handling a new chain.

Be careful cutting when reaching above your shoulders, the branch is supporting the chainsaw, plus you may be pushing the chainsaw down on the branch and when the branch is cut through the chainsaw will suddenly drop if you don’t have a firm grip.

Chainsaws are enjoyable to operate and I love to cut large trees! I hope you love your new Dewalt chainsaw and enjoy cutting wood with it!

If you already own a Dewalt chainsaw I would love to hear about your experience with it or if you have any other questions or comments I will try my best to answer them.

Your arborist friend,

Justin

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Dewalt Cordless Chainsaw Reviews – The Top Brand In Power Tools”

  1. Hi Justin,

    Wow, thanks for all the details in the Dewalt cordless chainsaw reviews. I’ve been looking for a chainsaw to do some work in my city garden, but I’d been stumped (haha -sorry!) until now as to how to proceed. It’s good to know Dewalt excel in this area as the rest of my battery-powered tools are part of their range.

    In the UK I mainly live in the city, so loud chainsaws are frowned upon by both the neighbours and the city council. How would these compare in terms of noise level to a similarly sized gas-powered model for use in the garden and with firewood?

    Thanks in advance!
    Lisa

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    • The typical gas chainsaw runs at a noise level of 106-117 decibels. About the same as a passing motorcycle.

      With an average sound range of 90-102 decibels, electric chainsaws can’t exactly be called quiet. But, their sound range is 10-20 decibels lower than that of gas chainsaws. A lawn mower is around 90 decibels. Because every 10 decibels represents a doubling of sound, this makes electric chainsaws two to three times quieter.

      OHSA permissible noise exposure, if you exceed these times you will need to wear hearing protection: 8 hours per day at 90 decibels, 4 hours per day at 95 decibels, 2 hours per day at 100 decibels, 1 hour per day at 105 decibels, 30 minutes at 110 decibels, and less than 15 minutes at 115 decibels.

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  2. Hi ,

    My friend has this chainsaw, he was using a chainsaw that was corded and after seeing sparks go around the chain when he accidentally grazed the power cord he decided he wants a battery powered chainsaw.

    When cutting with the Dewalt, it rips apart the branches fairly quickly. He says the coolest feature is the safety switch near the front that looks like a guard. Tilt the “guard” back slightly to activate the switch and the trigger will work. Tilt it back forward and the trigger won’t work.

    The only issue was that the cover for the bar and chain oil “tank” was difficult to remove. I am quite familiar and seen my friend working with it, it is an awesome tool.

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    • Thank you for your comment! Its great to hear from others who own this chainsaw.
      Wow! Unexpectedly seeing a shower of sparks sounds frightening and I don’t blame him for switching to a cordless saw.
      No extension cord to drag behind.

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