Sawzall vs Reciprocating Saw

What Is the Difference?

A Saw is one of the most important tools in your arsenal, whether you’re a construction worker, lawn care specialist, or a craftsman.

So, what happens when you search for a saw commonly called a “Sawzall” only to be faced with tons of listings for reciprocating saws?

A “Sawzall” is a type reciprocating saw, but it is a registered trademark of the Milwaukee Company.

A Reciprocating Saw is a handheld motorized power saw that uses an exposed, reciprocating blade to cut through a myriad of materials.

Reciprocating Saws

A Sawzall is a trademarked line of reciprocating saws made by Milwaukee, which introduced the tool in 1951. The purpose and general design of the tools are like most other brands.


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