DeWALT is introducing two new cordless woodworking tools, with a 20V MAX* XR® Brushless 5-in. Random Orbit Sander (model DCW210) and 20V MAX* XR® Brushless Jigsaw (model DCS334). Both have brushless motors, an ergonomic design and texturized rubber overmolds to provide a good grip in various hand positions.
The 20V MAX* XR Brushless 5-in. Random Orbit Sander includes an easy-to-reach speed dial with speeds ranging from 8,000 to 12,000 orbits per minute. A dual sealed switch helps prevent dust ingestion for longer switch life. The sander uses a replaceable eight-hole hook-and-loop sanding pad and weighs 1.9 pounds. A one-handed locking dust bag features an AirLock™ connection to attach to DeWALT dust collectors (sold separately). The 20V MAX* XR Brushless 5-in. Random Orbit Sander is available as a bare tool (model DCW210B) for $119, kitted with a 2.0 amp-hour battery (model DCW210D1) for $199 or kitted with a 5.0 amp-hour battery (model DCW210P1) for $249.
The 20V MAX* XR Brushless Jigsaw features a 1-in. stroke length, four-position orbital action and an all-metal, lever-action keyless blade clamp for quick and easy blade changes. The shoe bevel, also keyless, has detents set at 0, 15 and 30 degrees and a positive stop at 45 degrees. Blade speed can reach 3,200 strokes per minute; the jigsaw accepts T-shank blades. An LED light illuminates the work surface, while a removable shoe cover protects materials against scratches. An integrated dust blower helps remove dust and debris from your line of sight as you cut. The 20V MAX* Brushless Jigsaw comes kitted with a 5.0 amp-hour battery (model DCS334M1) for $329 or as a bare tool (model DCS334B) for $179. A barrel-grip version will be available in January.