15.0 Amp Super Sawzall Recip Saw
15.0 Amp Super Sawzall Recip Saw

15.0 Amp Super Sawzall Recip Saw

15.0 Amp Super Sawzall Recip Saw
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The 15.0 Amp Super Sawzall Recip Saw is the fastest, most durable recip saw in the world. It is the first Sawzall Reciprocating Saw to include Constant Power Technology which maintains constant speed and power under load for unmatched cutting performance. The 15.0 amp motor provides the industry's highest overload protection. The patented Gear Protecting Clutch extends gear and motor life by absorbing high impact forces caused by sudden blade lock-ups. The patented Counter Balance Mechanism reduces user vibration. Includes Impact Resistant Carrying Case, 1 Super Sawzall Blade.

Comes with Milwaukee's Five Year Limited Warranty
Specifications
Amps 15
Stroke Length 1-1/4 in.
No Load Speed 0-2,800 SPM
Dial Speed Control Yes
Keyless Blade Clamp Yes
Keyless Adj Shoe Yes
Adjustable Handle No
Orbital Action Yes
Counter-Balance Yes
Impact Protection Yes
Length 18-3/4 in.
Tool Weight 9.8 lbs.
Shipping Weight 14.4 lbs.
Voltage 120 AC
Features Benefits
15.0 Amp Milwaukee Motor - highest overload protection in the industry; prevents motor burn up / failure
Constant Power Technology - maintains constant speed under load for unmatched cutting performance
Patented Gear Protecting Clutch - extends gear and motor life by absorbing high impact forces caused by sudden blade lock-ups
Patented Counter Balanced Mechanism - smoothest running, lowest vibrating reciprocating saw in the industry
Variable Speed Trigger and Dial Speed Control - maximum speed control
Quik-Lok Blade Clamp System - provides fast and easy blade changes
Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
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