New Milwaukee Rear Handle Circular Saw

New Milwaukee Rear Handle Circular Saw

For all of us at Milwaukee’s NPS Event this year, a highlight in their new additions was definitely the new Rear Handle Circular Saw. There are a few special features that make this saw stand out from the crowd. Let’s take a closer look at the New Milwaukee Rear Handle Circular Saw.

New Milwaukee Rear Handle Circular Saw – Standout Features

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Runs on Milwaukee’s M18 Platform, which includes over 200 other cordless tools.

A full-size 7-1/4 blade compromises nothing on this circular saw.

The Powerstate Brushless Motor provides incredible speed and performance, matching 15Amp corded tools and even exceeds them.

Using a 12Ah Battery, a user will get an estimated 570 cuts per charge.

Weighs in at 13.5 Pounds.

Bevel Capacity of 53- degrees, with a cut capacity of 2-1/2 inches at 90-degrees and 1-7/8 inch at 45-degrees.

Arbor- Diamond, 5800 RPMs.

New Milwaukee Rear Handle Circular Saw – My Thoughts

This saw was a standout at Milwaukee’s NPS and with really good reason! Cordless technology has continued to improve and with more advanced brushless motors and electronics more tools than ever have gone cordless with no compromise. The Rear Handle Circular Saw is a tool that a lot of people will find themselves drooling over. With Professional Contractors in mind, Milwaukee geared this tool towards heavy users, particularly framers and it is very obvious in its design.  It was highly anticipated and from my time with it at NPS, I don’t think users will be disappointed!

New Milwaukee Rear Handle Circular Saw – Additional Details

New Milwaukee Rear Handle Circular Saw

These will be available for purchase in July of 2019, but here are some links to pre-order.

The Bare Tool (2830-20)  will be available for $269.00 at Ohio Power Tool. 

The Kit will be available for $449.00 at Ohio Power Tool and includes a 12.0 HD M18 Battery, Multi-Volt Charger, Blade and Contractor Bag.

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