Makita DHS680Z 18V Li-Ion LXT 165mm Brushless Circular Saw – Batteries and Charger Not Included




Weight: 3.3 kg
Size: LARGE
Dimensions: 35.56 x 19.84 x 26.51 cm; 3.3 Kilograms
Model: DHS680Z
Part: DHS680Z
Colour: Blue
Pack Quantity: 1
Batteries Required: Yes
Batteries Included: No
Manufacture: Makita
Colour: Blue
Quantity: 1
Size: LARGE
Volume: 1 Cubic Metres

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248 Responses

  1. Cleofe Maceda, Senior Web Reporter says:

     United Kingdom

    Very quick delivery. When uses I was very satisfied. A great tool.

  2. BraydenPrieur says:

     United Kingdom

    Very quick delivery. When uses I was very satisfied. A great tool.

  3. OnitaUnderhill says:

     United Kingdom

    Very quick delivery. When uses I was very satisfied. A great tool.

  4. Beautiful Things says:

     United Kingdom

    Batteries don’t last very long using this but it’s a good tool for sort use!

  5. PaulineRRE says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve had a mains-powered Bosch for a long time and it did it’s job ok but then you need to run power to it and the motor was on the left so sawing down a piece of wood to length was awkward.

    This little beast is GREAT! So…

    * It’s battery powered and I have many Makita things so that’s so easy.
    * The motor is on the right! Away from me when I’m using it – I can saw right close!
    * Brushless motor. Lasts ages. Batteries last longer.
    * All the usual adjustments for depth (up to 2″), angle up to 45 degree etc.
    * Dust extraction is surprisingly good – jam the end of Henry in it and there’s very little escapes.

    To be fair, it’s not quite as powerful as the mains Bosch, but plenty powerful enough (I never use the Bosch any more)! You toolbox will thank you if you add this to it.

  6. Chowhound Staff says:

     United Kingdom

    Excellent saw, lovely smooth motor, super sharp blade. Auto brake is a great feature. Only niggle is that “0” isn’t square, You have to set it each time you alter it using a set square for that reason, as it’s a right pain, I’m giving it 4 stars

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought after hubby got a loan of one for work. Lasts for days on a single charge. Quiet. All you would expect from a Makita.

  8. LavadaBeaman says:

     United Kingdom

    Not to heavy and easy to control, and it is not to load like others.

  9. NVYSherlene says:

     United Kingdom

    Wow I bought this to replace mine that gave up. It’s some much better that I wish I had bought years ago. Great bit of kit.

  10. EthanPetersen says:

     United Kingdom

    It was light enough for me to use as I am not that strong. Very accurate loved the light. So easy to use I am a novice and think it’s grea

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This product has the cleanest cut I’ve seen, better than Milwaukee and dewalt products I’ve borrowed from people on site, slashes through 2x4s like butte

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The product is well priced, well made and easy to use. It came with a Makita branded wood blade which is also good quality.

    This circular saw is the basic entry level model and has less functions than the more expensive models, but it does everything I need it for. I bought the brushless model as more power is generated from the batteries with brushless models.
    If you’re thinking to buy this for small DIY jobs, you’re better off saving 50 and buying the brushed version though.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This product has the cleanest cut I’ve seen, better than Milwaukee and dewalt products I’ve borrowed from people on site, slashes through 2x4s like butte

  14. JeffereyShumway says:

     United Kingdom

    This product has the cleanest cut I’ve seen, better than Milwaukee and dewalt products I’ve borrowed from people on site, slashes through 2x4s like butte

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Easy to set up your depth and width and the angle is easy too. OEM blade gives a clean cut with minimum tearing.

  16. XOMJorjappwjk says:

     United Kingdom

    The right size for straight smooth long cuts for normal thickness wood. I used to stay away as much as possible from circular saws them being monsters that start off with a motorcycle wheelee many times from all their power. This tool is super frindely, and lacks no power, nor stamina. Very nice.

  17. VernonMccleary says:

     United Kingdom

    I’m very happy with my makita tools. They’ve been very reliable for medium home use. Probably a bit overkill for DIY but very happy to have treated myself with this. Cuts are accurate and smooth providing you line everything up correctly. This comes with the fence which I have used and was solid enough to give me a straight cut along a 45mm thick door.
    Battery indicator is a useful addition and the attachment takes a Henry hoover and keeps everything surprisingly clean.
    If anything changes I’ll update the review.

  18. Madhuri Adnal says:

     United Kingdom

    Diyer’s best friend. I find it lightweight powerful. The saw stops spinning as you release the trigger which adds to the comfort and safety.
    Does nice straight cuts, and even more accurate if you saw alongside a straight guide (Like a long level or a straight piece of wood) secured to a worktop.
    After my power drill it is the tool I used the most and there are countless uses for it.
    On a full 5mah battery I can last several days for light usage or a day for more heavy duty stuff.
    The extra price you pay for the brushless motor and brake is absolutely worth it.

    On the plus side it is also a nice looking tool if you like gadgets.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The brushless version is great, finally got to use it today it ripped through the 2×2 I was cutting without resistance and just bought an 80t blade to see what it’s like ripping through ply the older one my boss has is now starting to show its age and struggling even with new blades

  20. SelinaMilne says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought to replace an older, brushed Makita 18v saw. Old one is 3700 rpm, this is 5000rpm. Torque is good, it rips 2″ thick graded timber well enough, and cross cuts excellently. Have 110v and 36v saws also, and they’re obvious choices for ripping compared. Still, it has loads more power than the older, basic 18v unit. The hanger could rotate further, as it’s not the best. It’s a bit awkward and sometimes can’t get a good hold on a rafter. But, the old saw had no hanger, so still better than nothing. End of the day, can do all the cross cutting you need in first fix, and anything lighter than that is just easy work for it.

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The quickest site to order tools from… next day delivery worked a treat. Highly recommend trying Amazon before you shop anywhere else for tools. The price was cheaper than my independent shop

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The quickest site to order tools from… next day delivery worked a treat. Highly recommend trying Amazon before you shop anywhere else for tools. The price was cheaper than my independent shop

  23. CharisAultman says:

     United Kingdom

    The quickest site to order tools from… next day delivery worked a treat. Highly recommend trying Amazon before you shop anywhere else for tools. The price was cheaper than my independent shop

  24. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This saw is very light to use and is very useful

  25. LazaroAVAzsucv says:

     United Kingdom

    Fab piece of kit. Feels more powerful with the brushless motor too.

  26. CharmaiBarrier says:

     United Kingdom

    I own the brushed version of this saw which has proved to be very good but this saw is even better batteries seem to last forever you will not be disappointed if you spend the extra money for this saw

  27. MargartGillilan says:

     United Kingdom

    Missing rip fence, did buy as used but expected all accessories to be supplied, so accuracy is non existent………….

  28. veganperks says:

     United Kingdom

    Missing rip fence, did buy as used but expected all accessories to be supplied, so accuracy is non existent………….

  29. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Was unsure about left handed saw but works brilliantly. Ripped 2″ depth of treated C24, 2.4 metres long, and kept up power throughout.

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    wITH A FULLY CHARGED BATTERY THIS SAW IS GREAT, NO WIRES TO GET CAUGHT UP IN AND THE BATTERY LIFE IS REASONABLE. i USE BOTH 3 AMP AND 5 AMP BATTERIES. YOU CANNOT REALLY GO WRONG WITH MAKITA. I USED TO BE A TOOL HIRE MANAGER AND WE ONLY HIRED MAKITA, THAT GIVES YOU SOME IDEA OF THE QUALITY AND RELIABILITY.

    THE SAW IS QUIETER THAN THE ELECTRIC EQUIVALANT AND THE BLADE STOPS PRETTY QUICK WHEN SWITCHED OFF. MNOSDT TRADES PEOPLE HAVE SWITCHED TO BATTERY POWER NOW FOR THE FLEXIBILITY IT GIVES AND THE FREEDON OF MOVEMENT

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Great little handy saw, for doing general timber cutting. Saves time & money

  32. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good bit of kit and super powerful but does work through your batteries very quickly because of its powe

  33. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very clean cuts.
    Thin kerf.
    Light and compact.
    Powerful motor.
    Great run time with 5Ah battery.

    Extra features such as rafter hook, electronic brake and led work light makes this saw an ultimate my go to saw.

    Plus, you can also buy rail guide adapter and use this saw as a track saw.

  34. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Brought for my husband for Christmas,he uses these tools doing jobs around the house

  35. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I have seen the DeWalt equivalent and i think the Makita is more robust.

  36. FelicitBaragwan says:

     United Kingdom

    Wish I had bought one years ogo
    Cut through the 40mm worktop like butter with a nice clean straight cut 10 out of 10

    Absolutely superb

  37. AlissaEubanks says:

     United Kingdom

    The light is not worth having as it lights the saw blade and the blade is not easily visible when cutting. The main thing I do not like is all the sawdust being blown all over my legs while using it. This is worse when I had to cut the head of a garage door frame and got the sawdust in my eye’s and face while using it upside down. This is because the saw is made for a left handed person. I only realised this when I put it next to my 110v DeWalt saw. The motor is on the right hand side and would have to completely redesigned and all the ally casting’s changed. I got the saw because I had some other tools that use the same batteries and it was to late to send it back after I found this out.

  38. Millie Hurst says:

     United Kingdom

    After a lot of research I decided to buy this one as it can be used with all my other LXT tools and batteries.

    Lightweight compact and a pleasure to use. Wish I’d brought this years ago. First time used I couldn’t feel any resistance whilst cutting through MDF boards. So powerful and a great tool.

    I would recommend this to anyone.

  39. BeulahF03knpjxt says:

     United Kingdom

    Great that one battery size fits multiple Marita Power Tools. Already bought Battery Powered Angle Grinder from Marita. Looking at buying their planner later this year.

  40. IsabelCottrell says:

     United Kingdom

    A most useful little saw that is man enough for most jobs of a light nature.

  41. Nicola Fumo says:

     United Kingdom

    Very lightweight and easy to use. Good value too.
    Purchased a drill with charger and batteries to compliment it !

  42. Nirmal Narayanan says:

     United Kingdom

    New to power tools. Tried it out on some spare wood and its like a hot knife through butte

  43. husain says:

     United Kingdom

    After 2 months of very little light hobby use , gearbox has gone.

  44. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    After 2 months of very little light hobby use , gearbox has gone.

  45. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Used for roofing. The hanging hook is perfect for the top of a scaff pole. Makita all the way.

  46. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Used for roofing. The hanging hook is perfect for the top of a scaff pole. Makita all the way.

  47. Lindsay Boyers says:

     United Kingdom

    This is a huge improvement over a previous Hunter circular saw I had. I use it with the Kreg Accu-Cut and find it lightweight, relatively quiet, precise and conveinient. Would recommend it to anyone. Of course you are limited by battery life which is quite long but not endless.

  48. GenevaShin says:

     United Kingdom

    Another Makita cordless tool added to the collection. Lightweight but sturdy, no complaints so far.

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