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Milwaukee 0719-22 model Cordless Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Kit

SKU: 19835
   based on 2 Reviews
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About the Milwaukee 0719-22

The Milwaukee 0719-22 model Cordless Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Kit is a part of the M28 Series. This saw uses a high-powered, 28V Lithium-Ion battery to deliver faster cutting and performance. It's battery pack is positioned so that it doesn't interfere with plunge cutting capabilities. It has a 1-1/8" stroke length, 2 speed levels (one for metal and other hard materials, and one for wood and any other materials encountered), a gear protecting clutch, keyless shoe adjustment, a Quik-Lok blade clamp, and comfortable, non-slip grip handle for a better gripping surface and vibration reduction. It includes 2 Super Sawzall Blades, the tool, (2) 28V Lithium-Ion batteries (48-11-2830), and 1 hour charger (48-59-2819).It can operate at a speed of 0 - 2,000/3,000 RPM.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Type: Sawzall
Style: Saw
Electrical Voltage: 28 Volt
Mpn # 0719-22
Shipping Dimensions 6.3" x 21.3" x 14.6"
Weight 19.84 lbs.

Product Features

  • 0-2000/0-3000 SPM for metal or wood cutting
  • Gear Protecting Clutch for extreme durability
  • Keyless Shoe Adjustment quickly adjusts blade depth
  • QUIK-LOK Blade Clamp for quick tool-free blade changes
  • Revolutionary 28 Volt LITHIUM-ION Technology


Rated 3 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Portable, powerful, it just works Rated 5 by Anonymous
This thing rocks. I've cut down a 6" diameter tree with it. Cuts through small stuff very easily. Cutting up huge cardboard boxes is actually kind of fun. Being cordless is great because it's simple to take with me. Loaned it to my girlfriend who cut up a tree that fell in her backyard.
Originally posted on Jun/2016

Good Power, NOT Good quailty........... Rated 1 by Anonymous
Had this tool for six months and used it almost everyday.....It started having trigger problems and then it died . Batteries are fine but sawzall itself does not work. Milwaukee needs to make the trigger and variable speed selector more durable.
Originally posted on Jun/2014

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