DEWALT 20V MAX Cordless Heat Gun, Tool Only (DCE530B) & 20V MAX XR Reciprocating Saw, Compact, Tool Only (DCS367B)

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Product 1: Up to 990 degrees F/532 degrees C max output temperature Product 1: Up to 42 minutes of run time per charge Product 1: Led light to brighten dark areas when tool is in use Product 1: Lock off trigger to engage manual operation Product 2: Compact and lightweight design Product 2: Variable speed trigger with 0-2900 SPM Product 2: Pivoting Shoe Product 2: Bright LED Light
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Item Weight

‎1.17 pounds


‎Heat Gun + Saw

Power Source

‎Battery Powered,Air Powered


‎20 Volts

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Included Components




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#206,574 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #135 in Power Reciprocating Saws

Date First Available

March 2, 2021

10 reviews for DEWALT 20V MAX Cordless Heat Gun, Tool Only (DCE530B) & 20V MAX XR Reciprocating Saw, Compact, Tool Only (DCS367B)

  1. Larry Davis

    I bought this as a tool to install vinyl graphics, and misc. things around the shop. I have used Dewalt heat guns for years, installing full wraps, and basic sign making. I wanted one that I could grab and remove bubbles fast, or just to set small pieces of vinyl. It works great for that. Yes, as the other reviews say – it doesn’t move a ton of air when compared to the plug in Dewalt model – however what would you expect? It is a heat gun, they are power suckers – I am shocked it works as well as it does for 20 volts! It gets plenty hot! In other words, it is perfect for small jobs, such as heat shrinking electrical cords, setting small decals, and preheating items before spray painting. If you are doing epoxy tables, or full vehicle vinyl wraps – no, this is not the correct tool for that job.

  2. SJK

    This Dewalt DCE530B 20V heat gun has been coming in handy for things like making box offsets in PVC conduit. Its not exactly high output at 990 degrees F and 6.7 CFM on high speed, but for smaller 1/2 thru 1-1/4 inch conduit I can manage to make a standard box offset in about 5-minutes, as long as I cover the end of the pipe to keep the heat in. It also works well for heat shrink terminals and heat shrink UF splice kits when you’re working in a trench. The bare tool comes with two nozzle attachments, one heat shrink reflector and one spreader. It has two heat ranges but I mainly use high setting. You really need to use the 5Ah or larger battery with this heat gun or you’ll be changing them out frequently. Overall, it’s been working well for smaller jobs so I’m happy with it. This tool doesn’t come with a belt hook but, has slots for a DeWalt N268241 belt hook and was easy enough to install. I just needed to drill a hole for the screw and used a spare nut from one of my other Dewalt 20V tools. I also used a Dremel with a 1/8″ round burr bit to remove a tiny amount of plastic from inside the battery compartment to recess the nut.

  3. B. America

    I have had the heat gun for only a short period of time. It worked great for heat shrinking electrical insulation and connections including self soldiering connectors. Having only had corded heat guns in the past, it was a nice change not having to get an electrical cord out and not having to put any cords away away. ‘Thickness’ was not rated since thickness has not come into play for me and ‘Adhesion’ was rated since all my heat shrink connections, including the self soldiering ones, all were sealed and I do not expect the seals fail. I’m glad I added it to my collection of Dewalt 20v and 60v tools.

  4. Matt

    Let’s get one thing straight, if you expect a full function heat gun NO cordless gun is going to make you happy. This tool is great if you know what to expect. I use heat guns all day tinting windows. This will not do the job like my Wagner but it does a great job DETAILING the film. I also use it for shrink tubing on remote staters. There will NEVER be a full function cordless heat gun. Downside is it will eat batteries but they all do. I have the big boy batteries so no biggie. I would like to see an auto cool down like other brands, probably coming on next model.

  5. Vincent Price – NOT

    This dewalt cordless heat gin is perfect for my needs. I have a large and heavy-ish porter cable plug-in heat gun that works well, but is always a hassle to take out, plug into a usually not-so convenient location when I need a heat gum to set heat shrink tubes for wiring. This dewalt is perfect for that type of job: the low and high heat settings are not as powerful as my plug-in heat gun, but it’s enough to quickly shrink heat shrinks, and after the job is done, I can just stand it up to cool on my workbench. With my other gun, I always had to find a safe place to set it down to cool before wrapping up the cord for storage.I don’t think this heat gun is powerful enough for heating up flooring adhesive to remove old flooring (for example), but for smaller jobs, it is perfectly suited and the cordless nature of it makes it very convenient. This is a great product from dewalt.

  6. RJ

    Great tool for small jobs like solder-splices, etc – and air velocity isn’t so high that it heats up everything around it. Not nearly the heat of a bigger corded gun, but that’s not its intent. Trigger is easy to modify/void-your-warranty and make it more usable, and still will lock on. Battery life is good, even with a small battery to make it lightweight. Temp control is only high-low, which is really the fan speed – distance/diffusion is a better means to that end.

  7. Robert

    I had a project that required a heat gun to remove bubbles from epoxy resin as it sets and I am already invested in the Dewalt 20V MAX tools. Most of the Dewalt tools will go for hours on a 5 amp battery so I’ve been pleased with how energy efficient some of their other tools have been. I like the look and feel of this Dewalt heat gun but it does take more time to heat up than a traditional wired heat gun. On top of that, the heat gun will deplete a 5 amp battery quickly. I recommend that you have at least 2 of the 20V Max batteries fully charged if you plan to use this heat gun on a project that takes more than 15 minutes.

  8. adam yaw

    Just what I needed. Some of the reviews I think are people with an expectation of a 1000 degree hair dryer. It states it’s 6 CFM. I needed this to shape some pex water lines….. and it’s perfect!! If your trying to tint a car or vinyl a whole car this wasn’t made with that in mind I wouldn’t think…… but it’s a 1/3 of the size of a $200 Master Appliance corded gun…… and cordless. I do a lot of 12v control panels and was great for shrink tube also. If you need a big crazy heat gun this just isn’t for you unfortunately…… but the corded Dewalt gun (don’t know the part number) and The Master Appliance guns are both really good.I would say this is about the same output as a $50 Wagner heat gun or anything in that class. Those are all 12” or so away from the work piece but like I said…… it’s cordless…… and it’s not a 2000 watt hair dryer

  9. Javier

    I don’t know why all these cry babies complaint about this and that when in reality is a fantastic tool in combination with the self fuse connectors gets the job done in no time and not to mention the super fast heating in high , of course the bigger the battery the more it last but you can use this thing all day long without any problems, I should’ve bought it a long time ago and it would’ve saved me so much time.

  10. brutus2044

    Used a 5 amp hour battery it didn’t get hot enough to do anything and the battery was fully charged and then fully dead after 15 minutes of use. I love dewalt products but they need to go back to the drawing board on this one. Because I used the $18 tool from Amazon that I ordered at the same time just in case and glad I did because the corded L cheapo did the job I needed the $90 dewalt tool to do.

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