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Milwaukee 2420-22 M12 12V Hackzall Recip Saw Kit

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SKU MILW2420-22

At only 11" and 2.6 lbs, the HACKZALL M12 Cordless LITHIUM-ION Recip Saw features a compact and light weight design for superior control and versatility in tight spaces. A powerful motor delivers 0-3,000 strokes per minute and a 1/2" stroke length allows for fast cutting through a wide range of material such as drywall, wood, and PVC. The variable speed trigger allows for a controlled cut while a QUIK-LOK blade clamp offers fast and easy blade changes.

Standard Equipment:

  • 2420-22 Li-Ion Hackzall Recip Saw
  • Two 12V Red Lithium Battery Packs
  • 30 Min Battery Charger
  • Two Hackzall Blades
  • Soft Carrying Case

Specifications:

  • Rating: 12 Volt Li-Ion
  • Battery Capacity: 1.5 Amp-hrs
  • No-load SPM: 0 to 3,000
  • Stroke Length: 1/2"
  • Length: 11"
  • Weight: 2.6 lbs

Features:

  • Only 11" and 2.6 lbs for cutting in tight spaces.
  • 12V lithium-ion 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.
  • The Hackzall features a variable speed trigger that provides increased user control and all-metal gear case and gears that live up to Milwaukee's legendary durability.
  • Battery Fuel Gauge displays remaining run-time.
  • Accepts both Hackzall and Sawzall style blades (See below for listing of Hackzall blades).
  • Built-In LED Light illuminates work surface.
  • Cuts over 80 pieces of 1-1/2" PVC on a single charge.
  • The 2420 delivers a 1/2" stroke 3,000 times per minute for a smooth yet aggressive cut, and utilizes a keyless Quik-Lok blade clamp to ensure quick and easy blade changes.
  • The lightweight design offers less user fatigue as well as one-handed operation.
  • Compact design makes it easier for users to access tight spaces or awkward angles.
  • Backed by Milwaukee's 5-Year tool warranty and 2-Year battery warranty.

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