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Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2620-20 M18 18-Volt Sawzall Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Tool Only, No Battery)

Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2620-20 M18 18-Volt Sawzall Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Tool Only, No Battery)
Model Code: AB – Price is for 1 Each (part# ) This item features: -Counter balance mechanism. -Anti-vibration system. -Lever action blade clamp. -Patented gear protecting clutch. -Proven durability. -Voltage: 18.00 V. -Batt. Cap.: 2.800 A-h. -Batt. Type: Lithium-Ion. -Stroke Length: 1 in. -Cycle Rate: 0 strokes/min [Min], 3200 strokes/min [Max]. -Length: 17 3/4 in. -Control Type: Electronic Variable, Trigger. -Handle Type: Non-Slip, Soft Grip. -Wt.: 7.90 lb.

  • , battery not included
  • The patented gear-protecting clutch helps extend the life of the tool by reducing wear to the vital areas of the saw
  • The lever action QUIK-LOK blade clamp allows you to easily remove and replace blades without the use of a tool
  • The on-board battery fuel gauge displays the remaining battery run-time so you know when to change batteries or recharge
  • The variable speed trigger allows you to match the appropriate speed to your project

: $ 223.00

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Question by chasvanblom: I am shopping for a Cordless Power-drill. Should a 14V battery be as good as an 18V unit?
I’m Christmas-shopping for a cordless power-drill vs. price.
Comparing manufacturers, styles, features and battery-voltages on this unit, I need advice and recommendations for which one is better for the price, for the usability, versatility, weight and handiness between models.
I am comparing SEARS ROEBUCK, HARBOR FREIGHT and LOWES.
Which one would be my better bet?
Thanks for known re’s by experience.

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    • Albert Yeh
    • December 18, 2013
    41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great saw except battery system is confusing, September 14, 2011
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    This review is from: Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2620-20 M18 18-Volt Sawzall Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Home Improvement)

    The sawzall is great, it replaced my old junk ryobi corded one after 6 years of off and on use. The rubber over mold is great for long term use and really feels comfortable in the hand. Electric brake is a nice feature if you don’t want to wait for the blade to stop every time you make another cut. Of all the 18v cordless recip saws, this one has probably the BEST weight balance (with the XC battery), which is crucial in reducing fatigue especially after just a few cuts. Ignore all the stats about “stroke length” or “strokes per min” cause in the end, they all mean pretty much nothing. A saw having more SPM doesn’t mean it cuts faster, it just means the blade move faster. What makes a faster cut is how you use the saw! What’s crucial for a recip saw is how it feels and how much vibration it produces. In that aspect, this saw is the best of its class. Ultimately the saw is worth the money. However, other reviews mentioned problems with Milwaukee’s battery compatibility and their cordless tools. Here’s what I know (and figured out) about it.

    – V18 system: The old v18 batteries will NOT work with the saw, it’s a completely different line.
    – M18 system: Here’s where it gets confusing. Milwaukee made two different m18 batteries. The first one, Lithium-ion, is what you see most of the time. However, last year they added ANOTHER line called the “red” lithium series. For both these series, they released a compact and a larger XC battery. The difference between the series is almost none, however if you take a look at the front and the side, you’ll see that the red lithium series says red lithium on it while lithium ion just says lithium ion.
    -Li-on system: If you have the M18 li-on batteries, ONLY the XC fat battery will work for the saw. The compact battery will not fit. This applies for all tools except drills/light/radio, etc…
    -Red lithium system: If you have the M18 red lithium batteries, BOTH of them work. It does not matter if it’s fat or compact. Both work for all the M18 cordless tools.

    Hope that clarified things a bit.

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    • Tamara Hanger
    • December 18, 2013
    14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Milwaukee 18 volt sawzall cordless reciprocating saw, December 12, 2009
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    Tamara Hanger (Washington County, Ohio) –
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    This review is from: Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2620-20 M18 18-Volt Sawzall Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This is a good overall quality saw. One note to mention was the decription lacked enough information on what battery this saw takes. It does take an 18 volt battery, but check with Milwaukee to learn exactly what type of 18 volt. The 18 volt battery I had wouldn’t fit this saw. So, I had to buy another 18 volt that would work.

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    • W. Jung "tool lover"
    • December 18, 2013
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Eats up Battery like it’s overweight, February 20, 2012
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    W. Jung “tool lover” (Sunnyvale, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Bare-Tool Milwaukee 2620-20 M18 18-Volt Sawzall Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Tool Only, No Battery) (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This is an awesome sawzall, except it eats up battery like there’s no tomorrow. After using this for 5-10 minutes on full speed, it drains more than 50% of my battery. It’s good for quick cuts here and there, but not suitable for prolonged continuous use. Get a corded sawzall in the same model.

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    • David B
    • December 18, 2013

    For the most power and holding a charge the longest a lithium ion 18volt is by far your best choice.

    • adaviel
    • December 18, 2013

    There’s something to be said for a lightweight drill that you won’t get tired using above your head all day. Try to avoid NiCad batteries – they are never charged when you want them.

    12V drills you can adapt to run off a car battery, which is handy for sailors or RV users (though everyone’s probably got inverters nowadays)

    • renpen
    • December 18, 2013

    Lowes has or had a special on a Ryobi combination. A 1/2 inch drill and a impact driver with a collet type chuck, two lithium batteries and a charger for 99.00 dollars. Had decent reviews. You will find that a lot of drills will come with only one battery and an extra battery is over half the price of the drill. Stay away from harbor freight no matter what the price looks like. Bad reviews especially on the batteries. Sears usually has some pretty good deal but again a lot come with only one battery. With Sears it is not always appearent who really made the product. I would check out lowes to start. Again don’t be drawn in by harbor freights prices. You won’t be happy.

    • XTX
    • December 18, 2013

    === 1st thing I want to say is that the corded drill works and lasts longer and always ready to use … If you will take the time to go to Sears and get the tool clerk to help you it will be to your advantage to listen to his spiel about the varied brands and the different uses of the Battery Operated drill motors.. Please do not pick Harbor Freight to shop — they have cheap drills and they do not last but a short time == Lowe’s has good brands but the clerks often do not have the knowledge of a Sears tool guy…

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