New DeWalt ATOMIC Cordless Tools

DeWalt is well known for bringing powerful cordless tools to professionals everywhere. I am partial to DeWalt for their high-quality woodworking tools while others look to DeWalt for their powerful FLEXVOLT battery line. DeWalt announces a total of six new tools to add to their lineup, five in the course of 2019 and one coming in 2020. Let’s dive into the New DeWalt ATOMIC Cordless Tools.

 

New DeWalt ATOMIC Cordless Tools – Lineup 

New DeWalt ATOMIC Cordless Tools

20V MAX Compact Drill/ Driver

  • The 20V MAX* Compact Drill/Driver achieves 340 UWO and 0-1650 RPM.
  • Brushless Motor
  • LED Worklight
  • Variable Speed Trigger
  • Belt Clip
  • Has 13% more power using the DeWalt compact batteries and 25% more compact than former DCD771

Available in the Spring of 2019, Kit with two batteries (DCD708C2) will retail for $159.00 and the Bare Tool (DCD708B) will retail for $119.00.

New DeWalt ATOMIC Cordless Tools

20V MAX Compact Impact Driver

  • The 20V MAX* Compact Impact Driver achieves 1700 inch-pounds of max torque and 2800 RPM.
  • Brushless Motor
  • LED Worklight
  • Variable Speed Trigger
  • Belt Clip
  • Has 21% more torque than the DCF885 on average using the DeWalt Compact Battery.

Available in the Spring of 2019, the Kit with two batteries (DCF809C2) will retail for $159.00 and the Bare Tool (DCF809B) will retail for $119.00.

Photos not released yet on the following tools.

20V MAX Compact Hammer Drill/Driver 

  • The 20V MAX* Compact Hammer Drill/Driver achieves 340 UWO, 0-1650 RPM, and 0-28,050 BPM for fast drilling in masonry materials.
  • Brushless Motor
  • LED Worklight
  • Variable Speed Trigger
  • Belt Clip

Available in the Fall of 2019, a Kit with two batteries(DCD709C2) will retail for $179.00 and the Bare Tool (DCD709B) will retail for $129.00.

20V MAX Compact Circular Saw

  • Brushless Motor
  • Can cut through a 2X4 completely at 90 degrees
  • Rear handle design
  • Removeable Auxilary Handle
  • Dust Port
  • Electronic Brake
  • Onboard blade key storage

The Kit with a 5.0 Ah battery (DCS572P1) will retail for $269.00 and the Bare Tool (DCS571B) will retail for $149.00 and is set to be available in the Fall of 2019.

20V MAX Compact Oscillating Multi-Tool

  • Brushless Motor
  • Quick-Change blade holder
  • LED Work Light
  • Dual-Grip Variable Speed Trigger

This tool will be available in the Fall of 2019 for $149.00 Bare Tool (DCS354B)

20V MAX Compact Reciprocating Saw

  • Brushless Motor
  • LED Work light
  • Quick-Change blade holder
  • Variable Speed Trigger
  • Pivoting Shoe for ideal cutting performance.

This is set to be available in early 2020, Model # DCS369 with pricing yet to be decided.

New DeWalt ATOMIC Cordless Tools – My Thoughts

The Drill/Driver and Impact Driver have already gotten into a few hands, giving us some inside looks into the tools. From what I can gather the size is making all the difference in these tools, which is exactly what DeWalt aimed to do. By reducing the footprint but maximizing power, these tools will likely be a huge hit with a variety of professional tradesmen. DeWalt included brushless motors, variable speed triggers with the exception of the circular saw, and Quick-Change mechanisms in the Multi-Tool and Reciprocating Saw.

Without a doubt, DeWalt is listening to users who want lighter and more compact tools without sacrificing the power needed to get the job done. I always love a good Drill and Impact Driver, but without a doubt, the Circular Saw and Multi-Tool look incredibly intriguing. What are you looking forward to the most this year from DeWalt?

For more information from DeWalt’s new releases, check out their website.

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3 comments

  1. Dear Tool Girl, I have been trying my damndest to find out the exact size of the DCS571 blade. If you have any luck, will you please let me know?

    • It wasn’t listed in the press release, but with its cut depth, I would bet it is either a 4-1/2 or a 5-3/8 inch blade. Let me see if I can get a hard answer on that though!

  2. What are those bits I see in the pictures? I don’t know that I’ve seen or heard of any new dewalt accessory lines since the flexvolt blades and hole saws, and max maxfit and flextorq with respect to bits.

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