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  • NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

    Coming in October

    It's not exactly a micro version of the Sawzall but it's close. It's tiny, light weight and it's cordless. I bet this is going to be on handy tool. Now if Milwaukee behaves and brings out more tools that use the same battery things should become interesting. The YouTube video is by ToolKing a major tool dealer. It gives us a nice into on this new product.

    http://www.milwaukeetool.com/us/en/n...F?OpenDocument

    http://www.milwaukeetool.com/us/en/n...6?OpenDocument

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTNYN...eature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtbZSXHmJk0

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    Re: NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

    I need this too.
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    • #3
      Re: NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

      Hey Woussko,
      IIRC, when Milwaukee still had a forum, you were the one that originally brought up the idea of creating this tool!!!!! That was way back in '04 or '05. I hope Milwaukee and TTI remembered you with a creator's fee or a some other kind of remuneration since this was your idea.
      Cheers,
      Jim Don

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      • #4
        Re: NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

        Jim,

        I remember their forum but I was the one that wanted to see the little version of a Super Hawg. I can't remember who wanted the cordless mini Sawzall but I remember their telling about wanting one.

        I remember several others on the "Tool Talk" forum saying that they wanted a mini Super Hawg.

        What we wanted was a more gutsy and beefy tool than the little 3/8" right angle drills but not near the monster a Super Hawg is.

        Question: Did you ever get the handle issue fixed with your early edition 0234 drill? I think you were wanting a new nylon diaphragm as the threads for the side handle stripped out. Corbert and Richard said to retire it and get a nice new one, but we both know it feels sooo good to restore an old friend tool.

        By the way the only person to ever receive credit or awards from MET was Steve W who under oath stated he would never allow anything but Milwaukee tools on the job. This applied even to hand tools. If you gave him a brand new Bosch Brute breaker hammer he would trash it. It had to be Milwaukee no iffs ands or buts about it.
        Last edited by Woussko; 09-29-2008, 02:00 PM.

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        • #5
          Re: NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

          Funny that they came out with this now and a lot of people talking about it. Seems Black and Decker had a similar idea over 10 years ago with the Versa pack multi saw that used jig saw blades. Of course I will not even try and compare quailty and power as so much has changed in 10 years and B&D and Milwaukee are different levels of quality.

          http://www.amazon.com/Black-Decker-V.../dp/B0000302VG

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          • #6
            Re: NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

            Makita had a similar product years ago as well. I think I have one out in my garage somewhere. It was 9.6 volt, IIRC.

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            • #7
              Re: NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

              Originally posted by NavyBuck View Post
              Makita had a similar product years ago as well. I think I have one out in my garage somewhere. It was 9.6 volt, IIRC.
              I thought I had seen one once before too. Might have been when I was working at Makita which was around that time frame.

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              • #8
                Re: NEW Milwaukee Cordless Micro Sawzall

                Makita has had out a mini reciprocating saw for some time. It requires use of their special blades but it is handy for light work. S thought it's a 9.6 Volt tool.

                http://makita.com/en-us/Modules/Tool...ils.aspx?ID=64
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