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Model # 48-22-4255

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  • Designed for easy deburring of copper tubing and PVC
  • Durable, all-metal construction with heat-treaded blade
  • Stores easily in pocket or tool bag with slide-resistant clip
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About This Product

The Milwaukee Reaming Pen provides easy deburring of copper tubing and PVC. The tool is constructed with an all-metal design for durability through demanding jobsite use. The blade is heat treated and black oxide coated for extended life. A slide resistant clip allows easy storage in the users pocket or tool bag for quick access.

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Product Information

Internet # 206578624

Model # 48-22-4255

Store SKU # 1002437693

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.).4 inProduct Length (in.)5.5 in
Product Width (in.).4 in

Details

Compatible Pipe MaterialMulti-PurposeDrive StyleN/A
FeaturesRemovable BladeNumber of Pieces1
Pack Size1Returnable90-Day
Tools Product TypeHand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

44Questions
caret
Q:Will this cut EMT?
by|Jan 15, 2024
1 Answer
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A:  It will only cut copper. - Milwaukee Tool, Social Team

by|Feb 17, 2024
    1 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:I know it says copper. But will it cut pvc?
    by|Nov 22, 2023
    1 Answer
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    A:  It is designed to be used with copper. - Milwaukee Tool, Social Team

    by|Nov 23, 2023
      caret
      Q:What size does it cut up too
      by|Nov 17, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  The M12™ Copper Tubing Cutter Kit cut Type K, L and M copper pipes from 3/8” to 1” (OD from ½” to 1-1/8”). This close quarters copper tubing cutter has a unique rotating cutting head that allows you to cut installed copper piping with as little as 1-1/2” clearance. - Milwaukee Tool, Social Team

      by|Dec 22, 2023
        1 found this answer helpful
        caret
        Q:Can I cut a Styrofoam pumpkin with this?
        by|Aug 21, 2023
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        Customer Reviews

        4.4 out of 5
        • 4.4 out of 592 reviews
        • 84% recommend this product
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        Beautiful reemer
        A need to have when soldering copper
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        These are handy.. So handy I keep them in several...
        These are handy.. So handy I keep them in several drawers of my toolboxes and throughout the shop. They do a really good job of deburring various types of pipe.
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        A Must Have arthritis preventer
        This tool alone made me convert my tools to milwaukee . I love this tool in tight in wall spaces cuts stright every time with litte to no burrs in the copper pipe but only cuts to 1/2 to 1” copper pipe A plumber best tool beats hand cutter by a mile and thumb cutters
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          • Recommended
          4 found this review helpful
          It cuts fast and make RIP out a breeze l only use milwaukee tools
          It cuts fast and make RIP out a breeze l only use milwaukee tools
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          • Recommended
          yes you can change blade
          I love this handy little tool.took me a while to change blade but take my advise it is simple.Put it in a vise get a pair of pliers and pull straight out with force and ta da.
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            • Recommended
            3 found this review helpful
            This is the first one I've had. I'm happy with it.
            This is the first one I've had. I'm happy with it.
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              • Recommended
              Blade is replaceable
              Creates a nice smooth surface on the inner diameter of pipe. The blade is replaceable as milwaukee indicates. I removed the blade by using a crescent wrench on the right angle at the end of the blade. With a little bit of force it comes striaght out. Replacement blades are 48-22-4257. They come in a pack of 3. Once blade is removed simply insert a new one.
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                • Recommended
                1 found this review helpful
                This Milwaukee M12 Copper Tube Cutter is amazing! I have used it for commercial piping and at my ...
                This Milwaukee M12 Copper Tube Cutter is amazing! I have used it for commercial piping and at my house for some hard to reach piping. It provides a very fast and clean cut. Cutting down on time to make all the cuts needed. It's easy to use, and after 200 cuts, the M12 battery was still going. I even cut a pipe with water (not pressurized) and the water spilled onto the tool, and the tool worked great. My only issue with the tool, is that I wish it could go up to 1 1/2" pipe. I love it, and am already telling everyone to get it.
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                • Recommended
                4 found this review helpful
                The device is not very user friendly. I’ve used this...
                The device is not very user friendly. I’ve used this device on 7/8”, 3/4”, and 3/8” copper tubing. The larger sizes took some getting use to, but the 3/8” just wouldn’t cut. The blade kept spinning and bouncing off the copper pipe.
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                7 found this review helpful
                Handy and compact
                There are both good and bad aspects of this tool, but the good ones certainly outweigh the bad. This tool is compact. Most higher end reamers are bulky and don't have the ability to just slip into your shirt pocket. This little guy is about the size of a pencil. It has a high quality bit and the movement is pretty decent. There is also a shirt clip attached to the handle to allow you to clip it to whatever you have to carry it around with. The bad... The bit is not interchangeable as far as I can tell. Start working on harder materials like steel, tungsten or ceramic and you will wear this guy out pretty quick. The only option is to buy a new one. But if you regularly use it to work with brass, copper, aluminum, plastics, etc. then you should be able to see some long life from this compact little workhorse.
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                1 found this review helpful
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