20-Volt MAX Cordless Reciprocating Saw (Tool-Only)
The DEWALT DCS380B 20-Volt Max Lithium-IonThe DEWALT DCS380B 20-Volt Max Lithium-Ion Reciprocating Saw has a four-position blade clamp that allows for flush cutting and increased positional versatility with tool-free blade changes. The 1-1/8 in. stroke length allows the blade to cut more material in one pass than blades with shorter lengths, allowing you to work more efficiently. It has a variable-speed trigger with 0-3000 SPM to provide increased blade control and faster cut speeds. The pivoting adjustable shoe extends blade life and allows for easier depth-of-cut control. It has a rubber over-molded comfort grip that delivers optimal balance and control even when used for long periods. The double oil-sealed shaft resists contamination and increases durability.See Full Product Description
The Milwaukee 2719-20 M18 FUEL HACKZALL isThe Milwaukee 2719-20 M18 FUEL HACKZALL is the fastest cutting and most powerful one-handed design reciprocating saw. Utilizing a POWERSTATE Brushless Motor and a best in class 7/8 in. stroke length, the M18 FUEL HACKZALL cuts up to 50% faster than competitors. The compact, 1-handed design provides superior control and the ability to make cuts in tight spaces. The dual gear counter balance mechanism provides the lowest in-cut vibration of any reciprocating saw, resulting in faster cut-starts in metal and reduced user fatigue. REDLINK PLUS Intelligence ensures optimized performance and protects your investment from overload, overheating and over-discharge. A rubber seal and weep holes provide superior protection against water and debris.See Full Product Description
12 Amp SAWZALL Reciprocating Saw with Case
The 6519-31 Sawzall Recip Saw delivers bestThe 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" 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.See Full Product Description
The Milwaukee M18 FUEL SAWZALL Recip SawThe Milwaukee M18 FUEL SAWZALL Recip Saw is the next generation of legendary performance and durability, designed for the toughest applications on the job site. The M18 FUEL SAWZALL is the fastest cutting reciprocating saw in its class and leverages a POWERSTATE Brushless Motor to provide users with 3,000 SPM with a 1-1/4 in. stroke length for faster material removal. REDLINK PLUS electronics ensure maximum performance under stress as well as protection from overloading, overheating, and over-discharging. The M18 REDLITHIUM XC5.0 Battery Pack (not included) delivers users up to 2.5X runtime and provides more work per charge and more work over the life of the pack than competitive batteries. The M18 FUEL SAWZALL Recip Saw is designed to perform in the most demanding applications and is the most durable Milwaukee cordless reciprocating saw yet. A wear-resistant blade change, anti-corrosion blade clamp, and metal reinforced battery rails provide longer component life and stand up to the toughest jobsite conditions. The M18 FUEL SAWZALL Recip Saw is lighter weight than the previous generation and features an adjustable shoe, integrated LED light, and a hanging hook for convenient storage on the job.See Full Product Description
Questions & Answers
What is the cheapest option available within Reciprocating Saws?
What are the shipping options for Reciprocating Saws?
All Reciprocating Saws can be shipped to you at home.
What are the voltage options for products available within Reciprocating Saws?
The voltage needed for your tools depends on how you will use the tool. A battery's voltage indicates how much power it generates. A 12v saw will not be as powerful as a 40v saw. Within Reciprocating Saws, voltage options range from 12v to 40v.
What collections are available in Reciprocating Saws?