2620-20 Model Code: AB – Price is for 1 Each (part# 2620-20) This item features: -Counter balance mechanism. -Anti-vibration system. -Lever action blade clamp. -Patented gear protecting clutch. -Proven Milwaukee 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.
- Tool only, 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
List Price: $ 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.
Answer by Candid Chris
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