I have worked in the demolition industry for many years and if there is one very important lesson I’ve learned is to trust your tools. As you would expect, I use different tools from people who construct homes and buildings. I use a different kind of tool that won’t care for any kind of material, any wall, any obstruction. Aside from using my favorite sledgehammer to tear down concrete structures like walls I use a trusty reciprocating saw to easily eat through the wall, drywall, wooden panels and more.
I have full trust in my reciprocating saw which offers pure power per stroke. And as I trust my saw, I also have full faith in two of the most popular and powerful reciprocating saws in the market: the Bosch and the Milwaukee reciprocating saws.
These power saws are superb in what they do. Each one has a powerful motor with amazing degrees of precision even for a demolition tool. I have used a Bosch and Milwaukee many times and I must say, if I were asked to choose only one, it would be very hard for me to do. But what’s hard for most people like me is not impossible to do.
This is a comparison review of the latest Bosch reciprocating saw and a Milwaukee reciprocating saw. This will help you find the best saw that’s surely right for your construction or demolition needs.
The latest Bosch reciprocating saw is a 1 – 1/8 ---inch, 11 amp power saw that may be used for construction or demolition. This saw is tough and powerful with its variable-speed motor that lets you cut through different materials and remains in control.
This has a dual LED lighting to shine brightly on the surface you wish to cut. With this feature, you can minimize mistakes and keep your cuts steady and clean.
This saw has more features. It offers a tool-less blade change system so you can immediately change the blades without taking too much time. It also comes with an ergonomic handle that has a soft grip so you can grip well during operation.
This Bosch reciprocating saw weighs lighter compared to other reciprocating saws in its class and therefore it could be a good power tool to add to your workshop or worksite toolbox.
Meanwhile, the most updated Milwaukee reciprocating saw is a 12-amp corded saw that gives you 3000 strokes per minute. Call it the Sawzall, it also comes with a variable trigger to help you use it with varying materials and material thicknesses.
This tool lets you remove and replace old blades quickly and with ease. You can remove the old blade without tools with a special latch.
Compared to other reciprocating saws of its class, this one has a vibration reduction system, like an internal counterweight mechanism that reduces vibration, balances the tool and gives you more accuracy in your cuts.
The Milwaukee reciprocating saw also has a powerful motor that will give you total cutting power at 3000 strokes per minute. All these great features and more await you when you use the Milwaukee power saw.