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DEWALT DCK590L2 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion 3.0 Ah 5-Tool Combo Kit

by DEWALT
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Product Features

  • 20V MAX hammer drill with patented 3-speed all-metal transmission and 1/2-Inch self-tightening chuck
  • 20V MAX reciprocating saw with key-less blade clamp allows for quick blade change
  • 20V MAX 1/4-Inch impact driver features 3 LED lights with 20 second delay to provide visibility
  • Three LED lights with 20 second delay after trigger release provide visibility without shadows
  • 20V MAX circular saw with 6-1/2-Inch carbide blade can cut 2-by-4's at a 45-Degree angle

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Customers buy this item with DEWALT DW2587 Professional Drilling/Driving Set, 80-Piece CDN$ 51.72

DEWALT DCK590L2 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion 3.0 Ah 5-Tool Combo Kit + DEWALT DW2587 Professional Drilling/Driving Set, 80-Piece
Price For Both: CDN$ 549.72

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Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberDCK590L2
Item Weight14 Kg
Product Dimensions67.3 x 34.9 x 23.8 cm
Item model numberDCK590L2
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Voltage20 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Pieces5
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Weight13.6 kilograms
Length67.3 centimeter
Width34.9 centimeter
Height23.8 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB0052MIL4S
Best Sellers Rank #2,325 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 Kg
Date First AvailableFeb. 24 2012
  
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DEWALT’s DCK590L2 20-volt max lithium-ion 3.0 Ah five-tool combo kit includes a premium hammer drill, a 1/4-inch impact driver, a circular saw, a reciprocating saw, and a work light—a well-rounded arsenal of high-performance power tools that help everyone from carpenters and remodelers to electricians and contractors work their way through a variety of applications.

At a Glance
DCK590L2 20-Volt Max
Five-Tool Combo Kit
At a Glance:
  • Compact and ergonomic designs that don’t compromise on power

  • Five tools included: premium hammer drill, 1/4-inch impact driver, circular saw, reciprocating saw, and LED work light

  • Tools come with 3-year limited warranty, 1-year free service contract, and 90-day money-back guarantee

  • Lithium-ion batteries come with 3-year free service contract
At a Glance
DEWALT DCK590L2 work light
The DCK590L2 kit includes the DCL040 LED work light. View larger
Hammer Drill
The 1/2-inch hammer drill’s high-power, high-efficiency motor delivers 535 unit watts out for superior performance in light and medium drilling applications. A 1/2-inch ratcheting chuck with carbide inserts provides superior bit-gripping strength—reducing slippage during high-torque applications—thus providing longer tool life. The hammer drill’s patented three-speed (0-600 RPM; 0-1,250 RPM; and 0-2,000 RPM), all-metal transmission allows users to select the appropriate speed for the job at hand and is up to 30 percent faster than current hammer drills on the market.


Impact Driver
Meanwhile, the impact driver’s robust motor delivers 2,800 RPM—up to 43 percent faster than current impact drivers on the market. Its one-handed loading 1/4-inch hex chuck accepts and holds 1-inch bit tips for convenient fastening in tight spaces. Research shows that impact drivers are growing in popularity largely because of their smaller size and lack of kickback (or reactionary torque) thanks to the impact mechanism within the tool. Combined with its 5.55-inch length and 3.4-pound weight, the premium impact driver packs a serious punch in a small package.

Circular Saw
The circular saw’s powerful motor (offering 460 max watts out) and ergonomic profile (with lightweight magnesium shoe and optimized handle design) are ideal for professionals tasked with framing, cross cutting, ripping, bevel cutting and plunge cutting. Delivering 3,700 RPM, this saw is 10 percent more powerful than previous DEWALT 6.5-inch cordless circular saws—and combined with its accompanying 3.0 Ah lithium-ion battery, it provides up to 57 percent more runtime compared with other leading 18-volt lithium-ion tools. Its bevel capacity of 0-50 degrees lends itself well to a variety of applications, and a 6.5-inch thin kerf carbide tooth blade provides users with the ability to cut completely through two-by framing lumber at a 45-degree bevel angle.

Reciprocating Saw
The reciprocating saw is compact and lightweight for access to tight areas (and it helps to reduce user fatigue). The keyless lever-action blade clamp makes for quick and easy blade changes, and the blade reverses for upside-down and flush cutting. Its 1-inch stroke length delivers 0-3,000 SPM for fast cutting. A variable-speed trigger with lock provides increased control, and an electric brake prevents blades from breaking with exiting plunge cuts.

LED Work Light
The work light comes equipped with additional lumens (110 total) for brighter visibility, delivering bright white LED light that reduces shadows and helps differentiate between colors. (An added bonus: The LED bulb creates less heat than conventional Xenon bulbs.) Its pivoting head rotates 120 degrees with 11 detent positions for a wide range of visibility, and the integrated hanging hook allows for hands-free capability. Users can expect up to 11 hours of light output when paired with the 3.0 Ah 20-volt max lithium-ion battery.

Endurance and Ease of Use
DEWALT-designed electronics have been built into all of these tools’ switches to provide maximum life by helping to protect them from overheating, overloading, and deep discharge during use. The max 20-volt’s lithium-ion batteries provide up to 35 percent more runtime than existing 18-volt max lithium-ion battery technology, and the included Energy Star-qualified charger has dual voltage capabilities and it is compatible with both 12-volt max and 20-volt max DEWALT lithium-ion batteries. The tools’ slim handles fit easily into users’ hands, increasing the level of comfort during the course of long jobs, and the bright built-in LED work lights above the triggers have a 20-second delay that improves visibility in dimly lit spaces.

About DEWALT's 20-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Tools
DEWALT’s line of 20-volt max lithium-ion tools features improvements in engineering and design to provide the performance, the ergonomics, and the innovation that contractors require. The new line consists of 11 tools, two lithium ion batteries, and two battery chargers, as well as a number of combo kits.

What's in the Box
One DEWALT DCK590L2 20-volt max lithium-ion 3.0 Ah five-tool combo kit, including one DCD985 premium hammer drill, one DCF885 1/4-inch impact driver, one DCS393 circular saw, one DCS381 reciprocating saw, one DCL040 LED work light, two 20-volt max 3.0 Ah lithium-ion batteries, one 12-volt max/20-volt max lithium-ion battery charger, one belt hook, one 360-degree side handle, and one contractor bag.

DEWALT DCK590L2 impact driverDEWALT DCK491L2 reciprocating sawDEWALT DCK491L2 circular sawDEWALT DCK491L2 hammer drill
DEWALT's 20-volt max DCK590L2 kit also includes the line's impact driver, reciprocating saw, circular saw, and hammer drill. (Click each to enlarge)

Product Description

20V Max Lithium Ion batteries offer longer tool runtime & enhanced durability, Includes: DCD985 20V MAX hammerdrill with patented 3-speed all-metal transmission and 1/2" self-tightening chuck, DCS381 20V MAX reciprocating saw with keyless blade clamp, DCF885 20V MAX 1/4" impact driver, DCS393 20V MAX circular saw with 6-1/2" carbide blade, DCL040 20V MAX LED work light, Also includes: (2) 20V MAX Lithium Ion 3.0 Ah Battery Packs, Fast Charger, 360° Side Handle, Belt Hook, Carbide Tipped Blade, Contractor Bag, 3 Year Limited Warranty


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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I've owned several DeWalt tools over the years and feel they make an excellent product. However. I would avoid purchasing this combo kit. The DeWalt web site indicates that the DCK590L2 kit has been replaced by a much improved version - DCK592L2. Amazon doesn't carry the new kit in Canada (although it is on the US Amazon site). Since the price for the new improved combo kit appears to be the same in the US, I would wait for the new combo kit to arrive in Canada as the saws in the kit have been much improved.

I believe that the DCK590L2 kit has been replaced due to negative reviews received on the circular saw (DCS393) and recip saw (DCS381) which DeWalt included as part of DCK590L2 (likely as part of a DeWalt cost cutting measure).

The new combo kit (DCK592L2) includes an improved circ saw (DCS391) and recip saw (DCS380)with better quality magnesium shoe (circ) and multi-position blade clamp (recip). Both cordless saws sell individually at about twice the price of their replacements - yet have little impact on the price of the combo kit.

I highly recommend not purchasing the DCK590L2 combo. Instead, wait for the replacement kit - DCK592L2 - to arrive in Canada.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great tool great price Feb. 23 2013
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Most combos have odd pieces you dont need. This one is the perfect starter kit. and at a great price.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  50 reviews
63 of 64 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars As good as it gets, for now.... Aug. 27 2011
By James Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
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I've owned several cordless kits/tools over the last couple of decades. My needs have changed as I've grown in projects, and my old cheap black and decker sets have long since been replaced by Dewalts. I've had the Dewalt 18V kits for several years and I've been very happy with them. They last through most small jobs with one charge. They are solid, beefy, and have plenty of power, but are also pretty heavy. I nearly converted over to the Li-ion packs, but the price always kept me from it. Then came the 12v max line, I thought they were perfect for nearly every small job and home use. They are light, solid, and have surprising power in a compact size. The charge they hold may not last the entire project, but the packs are so cheap you can buy a couple extra to finish up (and not break your wallet).

Well now we have the 20v Max line. To be honest, if I didn't need to buy some new 18v packs, I wouldn't have even considered getting these. But I did, and I'm not disappointed. They all have the same solid, beefy Dewalt design, but now they are light and compact as well. They appear to be nearly as small/compact as the 12v max tools. And these tools hold a charge for much longer than their 12v cousins. (Sorry, I haven't done a comparison test on how long they all last, 12 vs 18 vs 20).

The new Impact driver is equal to the 18v version but lighter. Function and size seem nearly the same, but the 20v is slightly smaller and a good bit lighter (the 12v is smaller and lighter then any of them).

The hammer drill is the same as the 18v version, but it is lighter as well. Size and function seem to be exactly the same, just lighter. (no 12v hammer drill)

The circular saw appears to also be the same as the 18v. Performance seems just the same as the 18v version (good enough for quick cuts in contruction lumber, but I wouldn't want to have to use it for all day jobs or on pressure treated lumber).

Charging seems much faster (about 30min or so, but don't hold me to it as I didn't discharge the pack fully).

The light is a new design, with just a rotating head, function is fine, but I really liked the old snake head of the previous 18v version better.

The new reciprocating saw is the only tool I felt was not on par with the 18v version. It is a much lighter and slightly smaller design, but it no longer has the pivoting head and adjustable guard, and the blade lock is stiffer. Performance wise, it still works just as well as the 18v. After thinking about it, I realized that I never actually used the pivot function on the old 18v anyway, so I suppose I can't complain about the loss of it. But if that is a function you needed for your work, then you will be disappointed. NOTE: I just read the manual and found that this kit has the DCS381 model saw which doesn't have the 4 position blade and adjustable guard. Model DCS380 has the 4 position blade. So if you need that feature don't get this kit. It looks like just the two piece kit Dewalt DCK292L2 and the single saw kit DCS380L1 have the DCS380 model saw with the 4 position blade feature.

The bag is the soft bag, which is nice for the lightness, but not nearly as protective. I guess you just have to adapt to it.

In summary, I'd recommend this set if you are new or moving up from the inexpensive (and usually low quality) brands. If you're already heavy into the old 18v stuff, I wouldn't bother with a switch until you have to replace them. In all fairness, I have not had much experience with other brands kits (some Milwaulkee, a Bosch, and a Makita) I'm sure they are all great sets, but I was already using Dewalt so I stuck with them.
79 of 84 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Saws may not be what you expect - Dec 5 2011
By funkdoobiest - Published on Amazon.com
I am very disappointed in this set as it comes with a cheaper version of the circular saw and reciprocating saw. The circular saw has a cheapo flimsy stamped metal base shoe as opposed to the more solid magnesium shoe and the reciprocating saw doesn't have the 4 position adjustable blade holder or the longer blade stroke. The description does show on amazon that they are different models included in this kit than what you normally buy in the standalone kit, but these off models don't show up on DeWalts website. Buyer beware.
21 of 27 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Missing Parts Dec 17 2011
By Zorkmid - Published on Amazon.com
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I would have given this combo set of cordless power tools 5 stars, but for one egregious flaw. There was no "rip fence" or "edge guide" for the circular saw. Upon discovery of this defect I separately ordered a DeWalt rip fence from Amazon, which didn't fit on the circular saw (Model DCS393) and had to be returned. After a long time on the phone with DeWalt, I found out that the correct part for the DCS393 circular saw was No. 381091-00 -- unavailable at Amazon, but available at Sears and other vendors, when you search by the part number. If you order from another vendor you MUST MAKE SURE that the product includes not only the "edge guide" but the screw and spring that secure it to the shoe on the circular saw. I had one experience in which I ordered the appropriate edge guide, but it did not include the necessary mounting screw or tensioning spring.

In my view, this is either a gross oversight in fullfillment or an intentional omission by DeWalt. Absolutely inexcusable from a reputable company selling a $500.00+ tool set!!

You will also want to buy a better, multi-purpose blade for the circular saw. I chose the Milwaukee 48-40-4108 6-1/2-Inch 24 Tooth ATB General Purpose Saw Blade, which works much better than the blade included with the DeWalt tool set.

Other than these flaws, the tools work great and as expected. The only other gripe I have is that I miss the power lock button on my corded circular and reciprocal saws. I can understand why, in this day and age, manufacturers omit that feature (to avoid lawauits by careless idiots); but, I still miss the feature. It makes handling the tools with two hands much easier.

Notwithstanding my gripes,frustration and disappointment with DeWalt, I would still recommend this tool set.

ONE MORE CAUTION: The number of tools available in the DeWalt 20-volt series is limited, and it does not appear to me that the 20-volt batteries are compatible with the 18-volt tools (I wanted a compatible jigsaw). If you are looking to expand your cordless tool set or want additional tools not contained in this set, you may want to seriously consider the Sears Craftsman C3 series or some other manufacturer.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This cordless stuff actually works under tough real world conditions. March 14 2012
By H. Hall - Published on Amazon.com
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2014 Update - Originally when DeWalt released this kit, there was only one option, DCK590, which I reviewed below. After about eight months though, they released the same kit but with a few very minor upgrades. The circular saw now has a magnesium shoe and the reciprocating saw has four position blade attachment. This revised 'Premium' kit is DCK592L2 and is the one you should buy. Below is my review for the older DCK590L2 kit:

Roughly, three to four times a year, I find myself doing small (and rarely, mid-sized) home improvement jobs. Whether it is installing new lighting fixtures, adding new cabinets, replacing a hardwood floor etc, etc... I have need for decent, but not professional grade tools that are solidly built. For the past ten years or so I have used primarily a mix of corded DeWalt and Milwaukee tools and have usually been pleased, but of course like any other Joe, got tired of constantly fooling with keeping the corded tools powered by using an extension cord. So, with a bit of trepidation, I decided to give this latest cordless 20 volt DeWalt set a shot (and if it worked well, to sell some of my corded stuff). This is my first experience with a decent cordless tool set. During the fall of 2011, I built a treehouse for my son and a roof over part of my backyard deck. The treehouse took about 30 hours over the course of week and a half and the shingled roof and framing/finishing took maybe ~100 hours over the course of four weeks, working in the evenings after teaching. So, these tools got put to their first real test and did just fine. Here is how the cordless kit did:

Circular Saw (DCS393) - Both projects used treated lumber and although I would not call the saw a weak point, compared to the other excellent tools in this kit, it was the weaker link. I was able to saw thru 2x4s and 2x8s with ease and the initial framing went fine. I did run into sometimes slight delays with the two included lithium power packs as one would be finishing charging up as the other had run dry. They do charge up very quickly (my guesstimate is about 40 minutes) but when you saw thru dozens of cuts, you can deplete one power pack in around thirty minutes, so you have a ten minute delta of waiting time before you can get back to work (this is not as evident when using regular untreated lumber). The answer was simple, I just purchased an additional power pack and that allowed me to work uninterrupted. I also replaced the stock blade with a much nicer blade as soon as I got the kit. The saw worked fine, but if I were a contractor cutting boards all day long, a more powerful corded saw would be my call for speed's sake. You can definitely notice a difference in speed between a high amp corded professional saw and this cordless one when making many cuts thru a denser material (like treated lumber). As an example, a 2x8 cut might take seven seconds with this saw if you are in a hurry versus maybe four seconds with a more powerful corded saw. So, I give the saw a 7 or 8 out of ten if you are a contractor and a 10 out of ten if you are a Harry Homeowner. Was just fine for me though, as I dont need to make all my cuts in four seconds, LOL.

Recip Saw (DCS381) - Didnt need this as much as the circular saw, but found this to work just fine. Wish it had the different mountable blade positions as other saws I have used in the past. Did very well though when used with the more dense treated lumber. Worked fine with just the two power packs (with no need for the third one). No overheat and no unwanted vibration to the arm either. Have since used this this to great effect for cutting down tree limbs. Give this a 9 out of ten.

Hammerdrill (DCD985) - The real gem of the kit. Drills, screws or hammerdrills all in one tool. Used it hour after hour, without overheat or unwanted vibration. Beautiful system for setting torque and power. And have since used it for a smaller concrete job and two duct jobs. Worked fine with just the two power packs (with no need for the third one). For a cordless product, you would not know it. It just works and is every bit as powerful as corded tools I have used previously. Easily a 9.5 out of ten for a contractor and a 10 out of 10 for a Harry Homeowner.

Driver (DCF885) - Not used as much as the hammerdrill over the last seven months. Seems to be of the same beautiful quality of the hammerdrill. Very powerful for its size. Unsure, if this value would still hold up if I needed it for long term professional use. Very good vibration modulation for its size. For the Harry Homeowner, 10 out of 10, especially considering its weight.

LED Light (DCL040) - Not quite the same frequency or amplitude (brightness) as my MagLight in the garage, but hey, its a frigging flashlight. Bright enough to get the job done and bright enough to easily see by in a pitch black room. Worked just fine. Never got to the point where it depleted one power pack so dont know how long it can last. 10 out of 10 for me personally.

Overall, after more than two years with the kit and perhaps 500 to 1000 hours total on it, I would give it a 9.5 out of ten. Glad to get rid of the corded tools I used to own and is a nice addition to my garage. Everything is still going strong and doing just fine. Was waiting for DeWalt to release a 20 Volt Max cordless Jigsaw, and they finally did. I purchased it as well and added it to this set. Very happy with these tools and will continue to add posts every six months or note problems if they occur. So far, five star products for the regular homeowner.
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wrong one April 21 2012
By S. Cunningham - Published on Amazon.com
You want the DCK592L2. I would be real upset if I bought this one by accident. I hate the fact that dewalt sneaks in crappy models.
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