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Milwaukee M12 12V Cordless Li-Ion Hackzall Reciprocating Saw Kit EXPIRED

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CPO-Outlets via eBay.com has Milwaukee M12 12V Cordless Li-Ion Hackzall Reciprocating Saw Kit on sale for $74 - 10% off w/ coupon code PHOLIDAY10 = $66.60. Shipping is free. Thanks ohgeezguys

Kit Includes:
  • M12 12V Cordless Lithium-Ion Hackzall Reciprocating Saw
  • 2 x 12V Lithium-Ion Battery Packs
  • 30-Minute Charger
  • 2 x Hackzall Blades
  • Carrying Case
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New M12 Hackzall kit with 2 batteries and a charger.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/332042581505

On sale for $74.00

Use code PHOLIDAY10

for 10% off

Final price $66.60
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Use a cheap angle grinder with a metal disc. Those things will cut anything.
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Not bad. Sold mine when I bought the M12 Fuel version.
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I posted this comment in another thread but I have this and it's a lot less powered than the M12 fuel version. It is also more compact. It's really ideal to cut pipe, drywall, and things in tight spaces. It's not so good for 2x4s or that sort. Not a bad price if you're in the market.
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Any chance this can cut my wrought iron gate?
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It's a great price, but spend a little more and get the M12 Fuel (brushless) version.
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I posted this comment in another thread but I have this and it's a lot less powered than the M12 fuel version. It is also more compact. It's really ideal to cut pipe, drywall, and things in tight spaces. It's not so good for 2x4s or that sort. Not a bad price if you're in the market.
Exactly, these thing have such limited uses vs. a regular sawzall/jigsaw.
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Any chance this can cut my wrought iron gate?
Use a cheap angle grinder with a metal disc. Those things will cut anything.
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Excellent price for the saw + two batteries & charger.

This might not be comparable to a wired sawzall, but it's a lot better than a man-powered hacksaw or jab-saw.. I have the Fuel version and it's very capable, but this can manage everything, just slower

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It's a great price, but spend a little more and get the M12 Fuel (brushless) version.
Give me a frickin break. The Fuel version is like twice this price.. BARE (no batteries OR charger).
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I got this by mistake on a Home Depot deal of the day years ago, went to take it back and they were going to ding me $30 for my "free shipping" so I kept it out of spite but ended up using it all the time. Great for small jobs and cutting at odd angles. This is a good deal.
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holy crap my first post to make frontpage.. thanks persian mafia for cleaning it up
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I just had my first use for one of these and it was the perfect tool for the job. I just installed a range hood in the kitchen. I needed a tool which would cut through cabinet wood, drywall and house siding to run 8" ducting to the outside wall.

It performed like a champ and made pretty clean cuts. I did have to change the batteries but mine came with a fast charger which charged a dead battery to full charge in less than an hour, so I was never sitting around waiting on a fresh battery.

It's size was perfect to get up under the cabinets and inside where I wouldn't have had that option with my corded sawzall. Does this replace the corded version? No. But it does provide some overlapping options for many jobs.

Definitely recommend it at this price!
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Use a cheap angle grinder with a metal disc. Those things will cut anything.
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