Discount: DEWALT Bare-Tool DC411B 4-1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Cut-Off Tool (Tool Only, No Battery)

DEWALT Bare-Tool DC411B 4-1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Cut-Off Tool (Tool Only, No Battery)

The product is 18V CRDLS Cut Off Tool The tough, no-nonsense DEWALT DC411B 18-volt, 4-1/2-inch cordless cut-off tool is designed to meet the challenges of everything from rusted rebar and steel I-beams to resilient threaded rod and corroded angle iron. Its 6,500-RPM motor and 4-1/2-inch-diameter cutting wheel are perfectly engineered to cut and grind metal. It's powered by DEWALT's 18-volt cordless batteries (not included). The versatile DEWALT DC411B cut-off tool
(view larger). DC411B 18-Volt 4-1/2-Inch Cordless Cut-Off Tool
At a Glance: 6,500 RPM for optimal cutting and grinding power

Jam-pot, low profile gear for precise gear alignment

Two-position side handle for comfort and control

Bare tool--doesn't include battery or charger

Three-year limited warranty; one-year free service Power and Performance Powered by a 6,500 RPM motor, the DC411B's abrasive 4-1/2-inch-diameter wheel will slice through most m
  • The product is 18V CRDLS Cut Off Tool
  • Easy to use
  • This product is made of high quality material
  • 6,500 rpm provides high power for cutting and grinding applications
  • Convenient trigger switch with lock-off button for easier gripping
  • 2-position side handle offers comfort and control, low profile gear case provides precise gear alignment
  • Quick-change wheel release provides quick wheel removal without the need for a wrench
  • Tool only (batteries not included)

List Price: $ 109.00 Price: $ 99.00

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2 Responses to “Discount: DEWALT Bare-Tool DC411B 4-1/2-Inch 18-Volt Cordless Cut-Off Tool (Tool Only, No Battery)”

  1. Brian Kowalski
    31 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Handy But Limited, May 7, 2007
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    Brian Kowalski (Middleborough, MA USA) –
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    Anyone thinking that this is the same as a standard Dewalt angle grinder with a 120 volt motor/cord will be disappointed. That said, even with this tools limitations on power, it is very handy to not have to lug out cords to do a small grinding or cutting job. If you have budget for only one grinder – and had some heavy grinding to do – get a corded model, for a second, third + grinder, or for only light work this tool can be really handy.

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  2. Supporting Role
    35 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Cuts through concrete slab like a hot knife through butter, November 17, 2007
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    Supporting Role (Riverside, CA USA) –

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    I don’t know how some of the other reviewers were using this tool, but I also bought a 4″ diamond blade (an expensive high-quality one with lots of diamonds) for cutting through stucco siding and concrete slabs—it works terrific! I don’t write many glowing reviews, but I can’t say enough good things about this tool. It’s light weight and it runs a long time on a single battery—longer than my DeWalt 18V cordless reciprocating saw—doing serious damage. I’m glad I bought it and I’m glad it’s in my tool kit. The only negative is that it should have a dust collector attachment because this thing kicks up clouds of dust as it devours concrete.

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