Milwaukee 2522-20 M12 FUEL 12-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless 3 in. Cut Off Saw (Tool-Only)
The M12 FUEL 3 in. Compact Cut Off Tool delivers multi-material cutting capability in an ergonomic package, optimized for 1-handed use. Spinning at 20,000 RPM and featuring a POWERSTATE Brushless Motor, the 2522 delivers fast and accurate cutting performance in a wide range of materials. The unique reversible blade rotation feature provides users ultimate control over material removal, along with the ability to select their desired blade rotation for the direction they need to cut.
For ultimate cutting versatility, the 2522 ships with 3 accessories: a metal cut off wheel, a diamond tile blade and a carbide abrasive blade. The M12 FUEL 3 in. Compact Cut Off Tool also includes a tool free accessory guard and shoe that includes a vacuum adapter for dust mitigation as well as cut depth adjustment. Lastly, the tool also features tool free guard adjustment and an LED light, Cut Off Saw
- POWERSTATE brushless motor delivers maximum power and long motor life
- REDLINK PLUS intelligence provides optimized performance and overload protection
- Tool free guard adjustment for convenience and ease of use, Cut Off Saw
- 5-year warranty
- Accessories includes: 1 metal cut off wheel, 1 carbide abrasive blade and 1 diamond tile blade
- Compatible with common 3 in. cut off wheels with 3/8 in. arbor
- Includes 7/16 in. flange adapter for compatibility with 3 in. Dremel saw-max accessories
- LED light for improved visibility in confined spaces and low light situations
- Includes: M12 FUEL 3 in. compact cut off tool, 1 metal cut off wheel, 1 carbide abrasive blade, 1 diamond tile blade, accessory shoe and guard, blade wrench, 7/16 in. flange adapter
This little cut off tool is great. I build Tuff Sheds, and on every building the gable trim needs to be cut to fit properly in addition to the door trim. I have used my M18 rear handle circular saw, my super sawzall, angle grinder and have also used my Japanese pull saw. These options all work but none can be carried in my toolbelt. I wasnt sure if the small 3″ wheel would cut all the thru the 7/16″ trim, or how well the carbide tipped saw blade would do in wood, but found out that this tool was made for this job! It fits in my toolbelt, is light weight, using a 6 ah battery it will handle an entire building and the carbide tipped saw blade makes the cleanest cut, right up there with my Japanese saw. I’ve also used it to trim down an overlength threshold, cut a lock off of my storage unit, and to cut nails that missed the studs on these sheds. I’m seriously impressed by this little tool. Ive got about 35 M18 tools, 12 batteries, 4 chargers, but this was my first M12 tool. I’ve since bought the impact, drill, and ratchet. for the right applications these tools are awesome.