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Hackzall M12 2420-22 Straight Cordless Reciprocating Saw Kit, 12 V, Li-Ion, 1.5 Ah, 0 - 3000 spm

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About the Milwaukee 2420-22

Milwaukee 2520-22 M12 Fuel Hackzall Kit. This Milwaukee Hackzall is hands-down the most powerful and fastest cutting saw in its class. This Milwaukee 2520-22 M12 Fuel Hackzall Kit is lightweight and small enough to fit in tight spaces to fix problems in areas where space is limited. The Milwaukee 2520-22 M12 Fuel Hackzall Kit is powered by single M12 REDLITHIUM battery designed to deliver more work per charge, and a comes with a POWERSTATE motor that provides 10x's the motor life. The M12 also features REDLINK Intelligence, a feature that provides protection in high demand areas and manages the tool's temperature and output for maximum life. The Milwaukee 2520-22 M12 Fuel Hackzall Kit has a five-year warranty, and a single hand design that provides superior control & versatility over a standard recip saw. Kit comes with one M12 REDLITHIUM battery pack, one M12 lithium-ion battery charger, one contractor bag and multi-material blades.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Style: Saw
Electrical Voltage: 12 Volt
Mpn # 2420-22
Shipping Dimensions 17.7" x 4.8" x 12.2"
Weight 7.60 lbs.

Product Features

  • Type:Straight
  • Voltage Rating:12 V
  • Battery Type:Li-Ion
  • Battery Capacity:1.5 Ah
  • Stroke Length:1/2 in
  • Strokes Per Minute:0 - 3000 spm
  • Handle Style:Non-Slip, Soft Grip
  • Overall Depth:11 in
  • Includes:(1) 2420-20 Hackzall M12 Cordless Li-Ion Reciprocating Saw, (2) 48-11-2401 M12 REDLITHIUM Battery, (1) 48-59-2401 M12 Li-Ion Battery Charger, (1) Contractor Bag
  • Standards:CSA Certified, UL Listed
  • Special :1/2 in Universal Tang
  • Usage:For Plumbing, Electrical, Remodeling and HVAC Applications
  • Only 11 in and 2.6 lb for cutting in tight spaces
  • M12 Red Lithium battery offers longer run-time and lighter weight
  • Keyless QUIK-LOK blade clamp allows for quick and easy blade changes
  • All-metal gear case for added durability
  • Variable speed trigger for increased user control
  • Battery fuel gauge displays remaining run-time
  • Accepts both HACKZALL and SAWZALL style blades (See related products for listing of HACKZALL blades)

Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 based on 4 reviews


Great tool Rated 5 by Anonymous
I'm a mechanic by trade, and needed a compact reciprocating saw that could get in tight places a regular Sawzall or air powered die grinder with a cutoff wheel couldn't get to and a torch would be unsafe. The Hackzall was the answer. Cut right through hardened grade 8 bolts very quickly on suspension components. I've even worked it much harder than one would think this tool could handle, cutting up steel racking and 55 gallon drums. I would definitly suggest a spare battery for jobs that require long run times.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

not impressed Rated 2 by Anonymous
Build quality and feel of the tool is good. Bought this tool to cut emt conduit it's like using a butterknife. It's slow weak and quite frankly an embarrassment to call this a power tool. The battery lasted maybe 3-5 cuts of 1/2 inch conduit. I've returned it to try the 18v one hopefully it is better. Personally I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2014

Nice compact design for Compact jobs Rated 4 by Anonymous
This tool is ideal for small jobs around the home as well as an emergency disaster tool. The M12 batter life is ideal for small jobs but I would recommend the slightly larger M18 if you're planning on cutting lots of 'metal'.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

Awesome light weight hack saw Rated 4 by Anonymous
Small light weight. Uses same battery as my drill, impact driver and hammer drill.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2012

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