February 27, 2008

Milwaukee 15 Amp SuperSawzall

milwaukee_super_sawzall.jpgJust looking at Milwaukee's new 15 Amp SuperSawzall makes us want to cut a car in half. According to Milwaukee, it's the "fastest, most durable recip Saw in the world." Those are some big words, but it's likely the truth. Milwaukee makes some extremely rugged Sawzalls and now, with 15 amps of arm shaking power, they may have made the ultimate tool for all around destruction and mayhem.

In addition to all of the power, this saw has an internal counter balance mechanism to lessen the jiggling as well as a clutch to protect the motor during blade lock-ups. There's also a variable speed trigger and a tool-free blade change.

It was really just a matter of time for this tool to come out. Last year, Makita upped the ante with the first 15 amp recip saw and since those folks at Milwaukee take their Sawzalls very seriously, we knew they wouldn't stand for it.

This beast retails for around $200, which makes sense, considering what other Milwaukee Sawzalls cost.

Although it's not listed yet (it was just released), we're sure that it will soon be available at Amazon.com.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 27, 2008 5:03 PM

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