||This paper presents the open-circuit magnetostatic field analysis of a DC commutator motor by applying 1-D and 2-D equivalent magnetic circuit methods. For the 1-D and 2-D equivalent magnetic circuit method, the average air-gap flux density of a DC commutator motor and magnetic flux in every node are derived respectively, and the validity is verified by the finite-element analysis. The Carter’s coefficient is applied to model the permeance of the slot and gear-teeth space. The differences of the air-gap flux density are 3.21% and 3.06% for 1-D and 2-D methods, respectively. The flux linkages, back-EMF constants, cogging torques, electromagnetic torques, and torque ripples of the two gear profiles with feasible number of teeth integrated on the rotor are analyzed to verify the effects of gear profiles. The result shows that the gear-teeth integrated on the motor act as dummy slots, which reduce the cogging torque and torque ripple by 92.02% and 50.14 %, respectively.