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Milwaukee Tool adds a new 18V D-handle jig saw

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Milwaukee Tool has introduced a new 18V D-handle jig saw that harnesses M18 fuel technology for a best-in-class combination of power, blade speed, precision, and run-time. The M18 FUEL™ D-Handle Jig Saw’s POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor and REDLINK PLUS™ Intelligence combine to deliver higher sustained blade speed than 7amp corded for clean and controlled cuts with the power to cut hard materials. Also available will be an M18 FUEL™ Barrell Grip Jig Saw, coming November 2018.

Learn more at www.milwaukeetool.com

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