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Milwaukee 6519-31 12 Amp Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Kit

4.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • Powerful 12 Amp Motor: Delivers 0-3,000 SPM for high performance cutting in a variety of materials
  • 1-1/8-Inch Stroke Length: Provides maximum cutting speed
  • Gear Protecting Clutch: Extends gear and motor life by absorbing high impact forces
  • Counter Weighted Mechanism: Provides reduced vibration for smoother operation

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  • Milwaukee 6519-31 12 Amp Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Kit
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  • Milwaukee 49-22-1129 12-Piece Ultimate Demolition Sawzall Blade Set
Total price: CDN$ 188.93
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number6519-31
Product Dimensions56.6 x 28.4 x 13.2 cm
Item model number6519-31
ColorMulti
Materialmulti
Power Sourceac
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB003FXD6L4
Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank #9,475 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 8 2011
  
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Amazon.ca Product Description

The 6519-31 Sawzall Recip Saw delivers best in class cut speed, durability and power with 0-3,000 strokes per minute, a 1-1/8-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 6519-31 Sawzall Recip Saw delivers best in class cut speed, durability and power with 0-3,000 strokes per minute, a 1-1/8-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. Note that product package does not include blade. Blades are sold separately.


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Great saw. Lots of power and comes in a nice hard case. Tough to beat Milwaukee when it comes to reciprocating saws! Very fast tool-less blade changes. I picked up the Milwaukee 12 piece demolition blade set (Also on Amazon) and it has a great variety of different blades in a nice hard plastic carrying case. The case of blades easily fits into the molded plastic Sawzall case.

Would definitely but this again and would recommend it to a friend.
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Did all I wanted it to do. I even used it with a long wood blade to cut the roots of a small tree right out of the ground.
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This is the only saw you will need to get the job done. I bought the milwaukee blades with this as well, it cuts through galvanized pipe like butter. very powerfull
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