Milwaukee 6509-31 12 Amp Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Kit
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- Counter Weighted Mechanism: Provides reduced vibration for smoother operation
- QUIK-LOK Blade Clamp: Provides fast , tool-free blade changes
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The 6509-31 Sawzall Recip Saw delivers best in class cut speed, durability and power with 0-3,000 strokes per minute, a 3/4-Inch stroke length and a 12 Amp motor. The gear protecting clutch extends gear and motor life by absorbing high impact forces and a 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.
From the Manufacturer
The 6509-31 Sawzall reciprocating saw delivers best-in-class cut speed, durability, and power with 0-3,000 strokes per minute, a 3/4-Inch stroke length, and a 12-amp motor. The gear protecting clutch extends gear and motor life by absorbing high impact forces and a 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.
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I have an older Bosch which, when it was working (Down due to blade problems) wasn't anywhere as good as this Milwaukee saw and the blade holder required a allen wrench and most times the blade would fall out and recently the blade holder screw broke off in the clamp so it was time to retire that saw. You can't go wrong with the "Milwaukee" brand.
We both used it on tree roots, and it worked well, except on huge roots that we were unable to get through at all. We'll be using the Sawzall for pruning, and for getting rid of more roots, this fall and next Spring.
It's a fabulous tool, and we're still on the first pruning blade. The Sawzall would have saved us countless hours (and a lot of complaining about doing yard work) had we bought it years ago.
With a sharp blade, and the fact that this saw is somewhat lighter than others I have used, crawlspace plumbing cuts thru 3/4" galvanized were easier as the saw was handier to manipulate.
A bargain at $100 or so.