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Milwaukee 2625-21CT M18 18-Volt Hackzall Cordless One-Handed Reciprocating Saw Kit


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  • Built-In LED light illuminates the work surface while cutting
  • Compatible with M18 XC High Capacity LITHIUM-ION Batteries and M18 Compact LITHIUM-ION Batteries
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Technical Details
Part Number2625-21CT
Product Dimensions45 x 26.9 x 12.7 cm
Item model number2625-21CT
Voltage18 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
  
Additional Information
ASINB003EZUHLK
Best Sellers Rank #44,678 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 8 2011
  
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The HACKZALL M18 Cordless One-Handed Recip Saw features a compact and light weight design for superior control and versatility. The powerful motor delivers 0-3,000 strokes per minute and a 3/4-Inch stroke length allows for fast cutting through a wide range of material such as wood, metal and PVC. The dual gear anti-vibration system increases control and accuracy. The 2625-21CT also features a QUIK-LOK blade clamp which offers fast and easy blade changes.

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The HACKZALL M18 Cordless One-Handed Recip Saw features a compact and light weight design for superior control and versatility. The powerful motor delivers 0-3,000 strokes per minute and a 3/4-Inch stroke length allows for fast cutting through a wide range of material such as wood, metal and PVC. The dual gear anti-vibration system increases control and accuracy. The 2625-21CT also features a QUIK-LOK blade clamp which offers fast and easy blade changes.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
This is a great product, but know the battery differences April 10 2011
By J. Elliott - Published on Amazon.com
I was recently demoing my shower stall to prepare for rebuilding it. I have a very good corded DeWalt reciprocating saw, and it certainly was invaluable for the task. However, it is heavy.

I became aware of this cordless reciprocating saw and thought how nice it would be if I had a lighter saw. I bought it and hoped it would have sufficient power to make me choose it over my corded model.

I am not disappointed. I'm not doing a side by side comparison -- I already know that the corded will beat the cordless technically. But practically, I don't miss the corded model at all. This Milwaukee Hackzall is so well-balanced, light, and ergonomically correct in every way (changing the blade, on/off button, etc.) that it has become my go-to tool. In fact, I think of other ways to use it to justify its existence in my toolbox. After all, I'm not demoing my shower stall all the time. Conclusion: it will be very handy as an alternative to my chain saw in cleaning up downed branches around the property. It's also a quick way to grab a saw to cut a 2x4 if I don't need the exactness of a circular saw.

You can't go wrong with the Hackzall, and in fact it may become one of your favorite tools. Here is the thing to be aware of. There are two types of batteries that can be used with it, one being the extra-strong version. I only have one M18 XC High Capacity Lithium-Ion battery that came with the saw from where I bought it, at Home Depot. Since it is the only battery I have used with the Hackzall, I can't comment on the standard battery. All I can say about the XC is that it lasts forever, and I will not need a second battery.

So if you think you want the stronger, longer-lasting battery, you should be sure to determine which battery comes with the Hackzall kit you buy. It appears that the kit sold by Amazon comes only with a standard battery. I saw that they had a promotion that threw in an extra battery if you bought a Milwaukee cordless tool, so for around $180 you would get the Hackzall and two standard batteries. I considered this in light of my option to return the Home Depot one, where I paid $200, and it appeared that I would save $20 and get an extra battery. I concluded that I would rather have the XC High Capacity battery and stay put. My guess is you won't go wrong with the standard battery. Maybe you will get a slightly lighter Hackzall in the process.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
No such thing as a Free Lunch April 24 2011
By Electrical Residential Service - Published on Amazon.com
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The tool does what is supposed to; although I do think it runs down the battery faster than a drill or impact driver does.

It comes with ONE Bi-Medal Blade; A battery (18V not XC), the charger, and a sturdy carrying bag, not plastic case. Of course, an instruction manual for both the battery and tool are included.

It's okay, but I bought this kit because of the free battery Milwaukee was giving away at the time. I already own a charger, so another battery would've been nice, instead of another charger.

It's just okay for the money. Like I said, the bag IS nice and sturdy. It does not look cheap by any means.

The tool performs superb! I had to cut some cast iron ground electrical outlets which are ever so outdated, but it's all we could find where I live. Had to cut around 16 of these in close quarters. This tool saved me days of work and pounds of fat I would've lost having to cut with a manual hacksaw; due to the close quarters cut, this tool saved the day.

Well worth the money. I highly recommend it. Like all purchases of Milwaukee products, although expensive, I haven't regreted buying a single one and the 5 year guarantee comes in very handy.

This tool requires 6 month interval regular maintenance at authorized service centers.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
M18 is so much better than the M12 June 23 2011
By Joseph N. Scudder - Published on Amazon.com
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This is another great experience from Amazon and even better if your are a Prime member.

This is a great product. I use it daily as I am remodeling my basement. My most important point is don't even bother with the M12. I purchased the M12 originally and was so disappointed with its lack of power that I returned it the next day.

Second, the ergonomics of the design are great. It feels great in the hand and is easily used by one hand.

Third, the extended battery pack is essential. It is heavier, but you need longer power for extended jobs. When this is exhausted, you can use your original power pack for the 30 minutes while the extended power pack charges. Both batteries charge in 30 minutes. It will be interesting to see how the batteries retain charge over a two period of use.

Fourth,the blades are so easy to change. You just twist the blade holder and slip out the old blade and in with the new one. It uses the same blades as most of the corded reciprocating saws.

Fifth, this saw will not replace a corded reciprocal saw. My much larger Skill reciprocating saw still is the master of destruction when volume and speed of cutting are important factors.

Overall, this tool along with my Bosch 18 volt lithium powered drill are my two favorite tools I have purchased over the past five years. The only downside is the complete package with an additional extended battery is pricey.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Nice compact design and easy to control Nov. 17 2012
By Fizzle - Published on Amazon.com
I work construction and one thing I've hated is that Reciprocating saws are so front heavy and hard to control. Somebody finally rethought the old design. The motor is now at a 45 degree angle which makes it more compact and the battery is behind the handle instead of underneath which makes the saw balanced and easier to handle. When I'm sawing something now I can actually saw something straight instead of cutting at an angle half the time. I don't get arm fatigue either. He front guard is solid and doesn't adjust which some may not like but I like it because with my old Makita the guard would fall off all of the time. I actually switched brands because of this saw, I had a old makita kit that was 5 years old and my saw broke so I borrowed this Milwaukee saw from somebody and liked it so much I looked into the Milwaukee power tools and liked what I saw. Another thing that makes this so nice is that it's compact and will fit into tool boxes that traditional saws wont. As you can see I highly recommend this saw.
Lightweight, powerful, and durable Feb. 4 2014
By Clayster - Published on Amazon.com
This is an amazing tool! Very unique and almost has the same capabilities of a full size cordless sawzall. However, you can hold it in one hand and use the other hand to stabilize the item you are cutting. This is an awesome feature and this tool is by far the most powerful one-handed reciprocating saw. It has a slightly shorter stroke than the full size sawzall but the motor is almost as powerful. It will easily shred through branches, boards, bricks, pvc and metal pipe. You will not be disappointed in the power and construction unlike the m12 hackzall which is very underpowered and can't handle anywhere near what this m18 can.