DeWalt will be rolling out six new cordless tools as part of its new Atomic Compact Series throughout 2019 and 2020. The drills, saws and other tools, which will add to the company’s 20-volt Max cordless system, combine performance and durability in a compact format, the company says.
“The Atomic Compact Series is a great way for the emerging general contractor to begin to invest or expand in the 200-plus products offered through the DeWalt 20-volt system,” says Jeremy Torok, the company’s vice president of marketing.
“For woodworkers and cabinetmakers specifically, the small footprint of each tool is a major benefit, providing access to tight spaces. In addition, each tool in the Atomic Compact Series is lightweight and easy to use over long periods of time.”
A drill/driver (model DCD708B) and impact driver (CDF809B) will be available this spring, each selling as a kit with two batteries for $159 or as a bare tool for $119.
A circular saw (DCS571B), oscillating multi-tool (DCS354B) and hammer drill/driver (DCD709B) will be available in the fall. A reciprocating saw (DCS369) will follow in early 2020, according to DeWalt.
All of the new tools feature brushless motors.
For more, visit www.dewalt.com.
This article originally appeared in the May 2019 issue.