Though there are many reciprocating saws in the market today, Milwaukee Sawzall is still among the best.
The reciprocating saw, also called Sawzall, uses a toothed blade, either as a disc or an oscillating arm, to make a cut.
They are useful for making a variety of cuts in construction sites, plumbing and HVAC, window fitting, woodwork, and others.
The Milwaukee company specializes in the production of power tools both corded and cordless for your professionals and DIY projects.
Some of their products include:
This 18-volt cordless tool has everything you need to succeed in your DIY and professional projects.
Why is it first on our list?
Cutting speed: The tool has a power-state brushless motor that enables it to cut faster.
Improved performance and overload protection: The redlink plus intelligence provides improved performance and overload protection through interaction between the tool, battery, and charger.
Battery duration: The power tool comes with a red lithium battery that lasts very long per charge.
Stroke length: The 7/8 inch stroke length of the tool enhances faster cuts.
Smother cut: The pivoting shoe provides steady contact with the work material, leading to smoother cuts.
Lightweight and one-hand control compact: This allows you to work in tight spaces and overhead applications.
A rubber seal and weep holes for protection against water and debris.
This reciprocating Saw from Milwaukee delivers exceptional speed, durability, and runtime.
The all-metal gearing and REDLINK plus Intelligence provide lasting performance and protection against abusive conditions.
The M18 SAWZALL delivers up to 30% faster cutting, and 50% more run time in key applications compared to leading competitors.
The slim front-end design makes it user-friendly, offering maximum comfort and control.
It is compatible with all M18 batteries and chargers. The stroke length 1-1/8 improves the cutting speed.
The power saw also comes with a 5-year Milwaukee warranty.
This reciprocating saw is designed for optimum performance on tough tasks.
The power state brushless motor provides 3,000 SPM, enabling fast cutting.
REDLINK PLUS electronics ensures maximum performance and protection from overload.
The M18 FUEL SAWZALL is the most durable, has wear-resistant blade change, anti-corrosion blade clamp, and metal reinforced battery rail for longer life, and to withstand the toughest task.
This power tool is lighter than the first generation, and also has an adjustable shoe, integrated LED light, and a hanging hook for storage.
This M12 FUEL HACKZALL is the most powerful and fast-cutting sawzall in its class. It delivers over 4X more run-time, up to 70% faster cutting, and up to 6X longer life span than competitive saws.
The compact and lightweight design of the hand tool makes it ideal for overhead cuttings and for working on tight corners.
The POWERSTATE Brushless Motor of this tool surpasses competitors with a constant power supply and yet runs cooler with no damaged parts.
Its REDLINK Intelligence ensures optimized performance and protection from overload.
This Orbital Super Sawzall from Milwaukee has a high-powered 13 amp motor that is super fast, for orbital cutting action.
The variable speed trigger produces up to 3,000 SPM at a 1-1/4-inch stroke. The power tool also has a counter-balanced design for smooth operation and precise cutting.
Its gear-protecting clutch makes it withstand impact, making your tool last longer.
The Quick-Lock blade clamp enables easy blade changes to reduce downtime between tasks.
The Sawzall kit comes complete with two Super Sawzall blades and a handy carrying case to keep it all together and organized.
This cutting tool is ideal for any task that requires a reciprocating saw; and depending on your blade choice, it can cut through metals, nails, pipes, plastics, and wood.
Choosing the right Sawzall Blade
When going for a Sawzall blade, consider the project you intend to do with it first.
Each blade style has a series of icons on its packaging, and the icons show the materials which the blades can cut.
Choose the one that suits your work. Straight blades are good for edge cutting, sloped blades for plunge cutting, and scroll blades for curved or circular shape cutting.
Also, make sure the blade has the proper Teeth Per Inch (TPI).