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Ready to tackle that never ending list of chores around the house? Armed with this cutie Milwaukee Hackzall reciprocating saw you’ll be crossing of that to-do list in no time. Just watch how I made quick work of fallen tree limbs and furniture demolition using the cordless Hackzall:
The Milwaukee M18 Fuel Hackzall is the fastest cutting and most powerful one-handed design reciprocating saw. After this past winter with multiple snow storms we had a few large tree limbs scattered around the yard. Clean up was a breeze with the Hackzall, give me more limbs to cut please!
As part of the M18 system this reciprocating saw operates using the same battery you may already have for other Milwaukee tools. For bigger jobs consider using the Milwaukee 12″ wrecker demolition cutting saw blade. It comes in a 5 pack and is capable of cutting nail embedded wood, plastics and a variety of metals. This blade has 25% more high speed steel for increase life and durability. The Next Generation Wrecker is a true demolition blade for the professional user.
I busted open the hackzall box, popped in the wrecker blade and battery and was ready to go. It’s super user friendly, lightweight and it’s equipped with REDLINK PLUS intelligence which ensures optimized performance and protects your investment from overload, overheating and over-discharge.
We had an old dresser upstairs that needed to go to the curb but it wouldn’t fit down our narrow stairwell. Somehow we got it upstairs but we can’t get it back down no matter which way we try. No worries the Milwaukee Hackzall made demolition super easy as I was confined to the small hallway space. The compact, 1-handed design provides superior control and the ability to make cuts in tight spaces.
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