• Voltage: 12V
• Torque: 1,900 in-lbs.
• Capacity: 2" PVC (2-3/8" O.D.)
• Blade: 3mm Reinforced Stainless Steel
• Shear Head: Water/Rust Resistant Aluminum Jaw
• Switch Type: Two-Action, Variable Speed with Reverse
• Gear Drive: All-Metal Planetary Drive with Protecting Clutch
• Blade Return: Quick Release or Powered Return
• Blade Wrench: On-Board Storage
• Fuel Gauge: Yes
• Length: 14-3/8"
• Battery: M12 Compact or XC
• Tool Weight: 4.7 lbs.
Milwaukee 2470-21 Includes:
• M12 PVC Shear
• (1) M12 Lithium-Ion Battery
• 30-Minute Charger
• Carrying Case
Milwaukee 2470-21 Features:
• Powerful Mechanism - Cuts up to 2" schedule 40 PVC in 3 seconds
• Ultra Sharp Blade with Pierce Point - No burrs or shavings to remove
• Offset Blade - Cuts PVC / PEX in-wall, in-ground, or close to wall
• Quick Return Blade - Increased productivity during repetitive cuts
As an electrician, this has not only been helpful for the most mundane of task, but the one of the most useful of tools.
I have RA, and it has allowed me to do work from adding an outlet in a garage to duct-banks in the dirt with ease. This is a friend of the electrical community from simple task to some of the most extreme. Even though it isn't rated for 2" 80, with a fully charged 4.0 I cut right through it with only a couple bounces till it charges through. With a new blade it goes through with ease.
Again, this is an electrical helper in a battery. A game changer for me.
Works goo, the only problem I have is blade are expensive and not durable, but I like this tool
I own a 2” and love it, Need to make one for 3 inch pipe also!!
Worked well until we needed a new blade. No one has the blade in stock. Everyone you order them from charges shipping if they can get them.
Other issues include the fast return to open the blade lasted about a week. I don't know if the person who designed this was double jointed but the ergonomics are odd. You will get used to it but the first few times you use it, you will have a wtf moment. Everyone I know who has used the tool has been annoyed by the placement of the safety button that you have to hold down to make the tool work. Idk why "professional tools" need a nanny state safety switch but this tool has one.
If new blades where available at the same places the tool was sold I would be fine with the issues. The battery life is truly amazing. If you plan on using it outside, keep it clean or be prepared to field strip it and clean it. Because of the lack of accessible blades from retailers I went back to using manual shears and my sawzall to cut pipe.
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