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By utilising two 18V Li-ion batteries in series to supply power to the 36V DC brushless motor, the Makita DLS714 performs as well as any comparable mains powered mitre saw. The 190mm diameter blade and twin bar sliding mechanism allow accurate cuts up to 300mm wide in a single pass and 52mm deep. The saw is capable of mitres up to 57°, 45° bevels and compound cuts. Grooving or trenching is possible using the depth limiter control. The saw features soft start and an electric brake, whilst the automatic speed control maintains efficiency under load. An LED indicator displays the state of each battery. The DLS714 has a battery protection circuit, designed to protect the battery from damage due to over discharge, high temperature or overload current.
|Batteries Included||Body Only Tool|
|Battery Voltage||18 V|
|Bevel Angle Range||45° - 0 - 5°|
|Blade Diameter||190 mm|
|Bore Size||20 mm|
|Electric Brake||Standard Feature|
|Mitre Angle Range||47° - 0 - 57°|
|Nett Weight||13.5 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||655 mm x 430 mm x 445 mm|
|Spindle Lock||Standard Feature|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||97 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K]||88 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Vibration Cutting Wood [Uncertainty K]||2.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
|Max Bevel Cut @ 45deg W x H||300 mm x 40 mm|
|Max Compound Cut @ 45deg W x H||212 mm x 40 mm|
|Max Crosscut @ 0deg W x H||300 mm x 52 mm|
|Max Mitre Cut @ 45deg W x H||212 mm x 52 mm|
4 December 2017
ExcellentTook quite a while to decide to buy this saw due to the reviews about the stiffness of the slides. Now that I have owned it for a week I find that the slides get better and smoother with use. The saw itself is so useful for oak architraves and stair spindle mitres. I have already have a 305mm Makita mitre saw which is excellent for larger work but is rather heavy so this cordless one fills the void. The triggers take a little getting used to but like with everything, you get used to it. The 5AH batteries I use seem to last forever so I am assuming that that saw motor is very efficient. All in all it is more expensive than other cordless saws on the market but you do get what you pay for.