Milwaukee Adds to Its Sawzall Line-Up

Milwaukee Sawzalls are a favorite tool around here.  The Sawzall maybe fifty years old but it still holds a treasured spot in every renovators box. Few tools can match it for versatility around a job site.  From demolition work to cutting buried pipe, the Sawzall is a go-to tool when nothing else will work.  Today Milwaukee introduces two new models, one for aggressive cutting and a second model for work in tighter quarters. Here is the release>

Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation introduces new SAWZALL® Recip Saws that reinforce the legendary durability and performance that has made the MILWAUKEE® SAWZALL® the industry leader for over 50 years. Available in a 1-1/8” stroke length (6519-31) and 3/4” stroke length (6509-31), the new recip saws cut up to 2X faster, last up to 2X longer, and are the most powerful tools in their class.

With this introduction, Milwaukee will now offer both a 3/4” and a 1-1/8”stroke length powered by a 12 Amp motor. Catering to specific user applications, the shorter 3/4” stroke length is ideal for better control in tight areas, while the longer 1-1/8”stroke length delivers more aggressive cuts for heavy demolition

In addition, a patented gear protecting clutch extends gear and motor life by absorbing high impact forces and the Quik-Lok® blade clamp offers fast tool-free blade changes. To provide greater user comfort, a counter-weighted mechanism reduces vibration for smoother operation and a redesigned front grip area provides best in class ergonomics.

The 6519-31 and 6509-31 join a legendary line of MILWAUKEE® corded products that continue to offer unmatched durability and reliability. Milwaukee’s commitment to best-in-class durability is backed by the MILWAUKEE® Heavy-Duty 5-year warranty. For more information see Milwaukee’s website

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