The tool is designed to be used with one
hand in tight, awkward spaces. The tool offers the same ruggedness as the rest
of the Milwaukee family, with non-slip handles and common sense engineering.
The 1.5 AH battery lasts a considerable amount of time between charges but
having a spare battery (optional) is my personal recommendation.
I tested the M12 on a variety of materials
including drywall, plywood and PVC pipe and was impressed with the performance.
All in all a rugged, quality product that works great for pruning, as well as a
myriad of other reciprocating work.
Reasonably priced and ruggedly built, I definitely give the Milwaukee M12 Hackzall my TINTO recommendation (Tools I Need To Own).
Until next time,
Rod Pipher, Testing and Safety