Whats the difference between the D27105 and the D27107?

I asked the guys at DeWALT this week.

The D27107 from Dewalt, the latest flip over saw

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The answer was a little surprising. The only difference between the two models is the D27105 has a slightly higher power output (1700 watts compared to 1400).

All other features such as cutting capacities are exactly the same.

Again, its down to personal choice about power. I guess that you will know if you want a lower powered saw. I just know that for the sometimes difficult site work I do, I need every watt!

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2 Responses to Whats the difference between the D27105 and the D27107?

  1. Ian says:

    Hi lance,
    Yes it is today, but it used mean a different motor (1400w instead of 1700w) but now I see that the D27105 on tooled up shows it as the 110volt version. The DeWALT UK site however just shows the model No. D27105 available in both voltages! Bit confusing. I guess that where ever you get it from will state which voltage version it is.

    I haven’t noticed 110v stuff to be more powerful per se as the wattage should mean similar ‘power’ but there is definitely an advantage using 110volt stuff as they tend to be more electrically rugged. The motors are wound from a heavier gauge of wire because, in order to consume the same power as 240v stuff it has to draw twice (and a bit) as much current. So they usually last a bit longer.

    Incidentally if you come across a ‘v’ version, the ‘V’ on the D27105v means that it comes with a very useful laser sight that ‘marks’ the material exactly where the cut line will be.

    Thanks for dropping in, let me know how you get on with it! I never did get around to replacing one of my DW743s……..

  2. Larry says:

    Hi Ian, Is the D27105 110 volts only? therefore more powerful? cheers Larry

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