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Milwaukee 2471-20 M12 Copper Cutter - Tool Only

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About the Milwaukee 2471-20

Milwaukee 2471-20 M12 Copper Cutter. The M12 Cutter is not just a copper cutter, its a battery powered cutter designed by engineers, for plumbers, contractors and re-modelers. This Cutter runs at 500 RPM for unmatched cutting speed, and is powered by a M12TM Lithium-Ion Battery (sold separately). This Battery is efficient enough to make up to 200 cuts on a single charge. The Milwaukee 2471-20 M12 Copper Cutter is so advanced that it can cut type K, L and M copper pipes from 3/8” to 1” (OD from ½” to 1-1/8”). The 2471-20 Copper Cutter is equipped with a rotating cutting head, a lightweight body, inline longer reach design and a built-in LED light. The metal cutting head is corrosion and rust resistant, and sealed for water protection. This Cutter includes; electronic overload protection, a real-time battery fuel gauge,

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Type: Cutting
Style: Tubing Cutter
Electrical Voltage: 12 Volt
Mpn # 2471-20
Shipping Dimensions 14.3" x 3.0" x 5.0"
Weight 3.46 lbs.

Product Features

  • Milwaukee 2471-20 M12 Copper Cutter
  • Powerful 500-RPM motor: Cuts up to 10X faster than conventional cutters
  • Versatile cutting mechanism: Automatically adjusts from 3/8 to 1 tubing and rotates to cut in confined spaces
  • Water-resistant sealed head and unibody construction: Deliver exceptional durability
  • REDLITHIUM Battery Technology: Superior pack construction, electronics and performance deliver more work per charge and more work over pack life than any battery on the market
  • Tool Warranty - 5 Years


Rated 3.8 out of 5 based on 8 reviews

Old school WAS good New School is Great! Rated 5 by Anonymous
I am a boiler installer for a living, everyday I cut 1/2 pipe up to 11/2 pipe but when cutting pipes against a wall or in a tight spot THIS TOOL IS AMAZING! I borrowed this tool from a friend.... He may never get it back or I Must run out and get one! It cuts in a quarter of the time and very powerful tool! This is now A must for me! Not to mention it charges so fast!
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Nice time saver when it works 100% Rated 3 by Anonymous
Had for less than a year, cuts 3/8OD to 1-1/8 Don't let it get wet or it'll stop working. Noticed that when a past coworker had let some water run into his. Mine already needs gearing repaired. It does save time when you're not cursing at it for too long though. Also the cutting wheel walks sometimes. Will see how helpful the Milwaukee repair people are.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Outstanding Performance Rated 5 by Anonymous
Very impressive. Acurate & quick cuts in tight places not able to be done with older Pipe Cat unit. Finished several products that would take 2 to 3 times longer the old fashioned way with a pipe cutter.
Originally posted on Jun/2013

Superb idea with problems Rated 2 by Anonymous
We have more than ten of these machines in use, on a very large construction site. We started using a pair about a year and a half ago and have added more with time because our specialist plumbers love them. When working, these cutters are great and there is really no alternative on the market, especially for cutting in confined spaces, between closely packed pipes. However, we have had problems with several units that do not work well, especially on smaller pipes like 12 and 15mm (around 1/2"): The cutter wheel simply does not engage, just slips on the pipe surface forever. Some machines have been that way out of the box. Some mechanical issue, that does not put pressure on the cutter wheel. We have swapped cutter wheels, lubricated etc. but all in vain. There seems to be some manufacturing issue because it has been this way on 4-5 units out of 10+, on a smaller or larger degree. One unit did not work on any size pipe. The cutter heads seem very sturdily built so it may be some issue with tolerances? The machines have been bought a few at a time, from different suppliers, and should be from different batches. The rest of the machines have worked perfectly and a ballpark estimate is that they have accumulated something like 100.000 cuts by now with no signs of problems, apart from the ones described above. Despite the problems, we can not live without these cutters!
Originally posted on Jun/2014

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