Milwaukee 2720-20 M18 SAWZALL Reciprocating (Bare)

The M18 SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw cuts faster than its corded counterparts and offers up to 2x more run time and 5x longer tool life than competitive saws.The POWERSTATE brushless motor provides cutting power that has only been associated with corded tools. The M18 REDLITHIUM XC4.0 Extended Capacity Battery Pack (not included) delivers up to 2X run time and provides more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitive batteries. The sawzall REDLINK PLUS Intelligence ensures optimized performance and protection from overloading, overheating and over-discharging. The 18-volt lithium-ion SAWZALL features an adjustable shoe, integrated LED light, and a hang hook for convenient storage on the job.

Product Features

  • Delivers faster than corded cutting speed and the durability of a corded saw
  • POWERSTATE Brushless Motor: Supplies constant power for faster cuts and reduced heat for extended life
  • REDLINK PLUS Intelligence: Provides optimized performance and overload protection using total system communication between tool, battery and charger
  • REDLITHIUM XC 4.0 Battery Pack: Provides superior pack construction, more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitive batteries

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2 Responses to Milwaukee 2720-20 M18 SAWZALL Reciprocating (Bare)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Powerful Saw I used this reciprocating saw to cut a 7 inch diameter tree down using a pruning blade. It had plenty of power! As far as vibration goes, this tool has much less vibration then the DEWALT DCS387B (I tried both). The Dewalt was really tiring in that regard. The Milwaukee is on the heavier side, but that is an advantage as the kickback is minimized. The Milwaukee also has an adjustable shoe at the end. This gives you some adjustability on how much blade stroke distance you want. This also…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Cordless is great! Aug 31 2017 Update: Still going strong, and I’ve become a great advocate for cordless tools. The technology has improved so quickly — better batteries, better tools — that it’s hard to not say no to extension cords. The only caveat is security, and making sure these tools don’t ‘walk away’. Have fun!For large demo jobs I’ll switch to my corded sawzalls, but for smaller jobs this tool is fantastic. No screwing around with extension cords is a real boon. Also, this saw uses…