The 10 Best Reciprocating Saws for Amateurs and Professionals (2022)

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Combining raw power with a straightforward design, reciprocating saws—sometimes referred to as “Sawzalls”—are essential for all heavy-duty demolition projects. With a straight, serrated blade that rapidly moves back and forth—AKA reciprocating—and a lengthy handle that’s comfortable to hold for long periods of time, these machines chew through wood, metal, and plastic with ease. Their ergonomic rubber grips allow users to hold them in a variety of positions, so virtually any angled cut can be achieved. Whether you’re a professional tradesperson or a casual DIYer, a reciprocating saw is a valuable part of a well-rounded tool collection.

The Best Reciprocating Saws

    What to Consider

    The first thing to consider when choosing a reciprocating saw is the type of project you plan on using it for. If you’re going to be tackling large-scale demolition projects, you’ll probably want to prioritize power and size over mobility. If you’ve got smaller-scale tasks like plumbing, or working with conduit pipe, you’d probably benefit from a more compact, maneuverable saw that can fit into tight or awkward areas. In this case, a one-handed model like the Milwaukee Hackzall would be a perfect choice.

    Your power source is another factor to consider. While corded options tend to be more powerful and have an unlimited running time, your mobility will be limited to the length of the power cord, which also introduces an inconvenient tripping hazard to your workspace. Battery-powered saws are perfect for those tasks that require maximum portability, although you’ll need to keep an eye on your battery levels while you work. If you decide to go with a battery-powered option, consider purchasing one that is the same brand as your existing power tools—that way you’ll have a supply of extra batteries ready, and won’t be limited as much by running time.

    How We Evaluated

    I’ve been using reciprocating saws for years as a residential and commercial carpenter, and kept this hands-on experience in mind when assembling this list. Included you'll find a wide variety of models from brands I've come to trust over the years. For those who are primarily interested in lumber demolition, I also included two options—one corded and one battery-powered model—that feature an orbital action setting. This feature adds a slight circular motion to the stroke of the blade, which allows it to move considerably faster when chewing through soft material like wood. Read on to discover the best reciprocating saws on the market today.

    Looking for more great additions to your tool arsenal? Check out our picks for the best circular saws, table saws, and scroll saws.

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    1

    Best Heavy-Duty Corded Option

    Milwaukee

    M18 Fuel Sawzall

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    • Orbital switch
    • Brushless motor
    • Durable
    • May be too heavy for some users
    • More expensive than most options

    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: Yes
    • Weight: 11.4 pounds
    • Length: 21 inches

    If you’re looking for a heavy-duty, cordless tool that has the power to chew through nearly any project, you won’t find a better option than this Milwaukee model.

    Its thick rubber handle encases nearly half the length of the tool, making it easy to get a solid grip, regardless of how you’re holding it. Its 11.4-pound weight is relatively light for a cordless model this size, and an integrated rafter hook makes it easy to hang up whenever you need a break between cuts.

    The main drawback to this reciprocating saw is its somewhat bulky 21-inch length, which may be frustrating when trying to make precision cuts.

    2

    Best Full-Size Saw for Tight Areas

    DeWALT

    DCS367P1 Reciprocating Saw

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    • LED work light
    • 4-position blade clamp
    • Anti-slip grip
    • Soft-sided kit bag doesn’t provide much protection
    • Expensive

    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 9.3 pounds
    • Length: 14.5 inches

    We love the size of this tool. It’s more compact and maneuverable than full-size models, but packs more power and control than one-handed options. Its variable speed trigger allows you to cut up to 2,900 strokes per minute, and though the included 5.0Ah battery isn’t the largest offered by DeWALT, it’s still big enough to last a decent amount of time between charges.

    Its light, 9.3-pound weight—including the battery—makes this saw great for all-day projects, cutting down on hand and shoulder fatigue.

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    • Includes large 5.0Ah battery
    • Short blade stroke reduces vibration
    • Can’t generate as much leverage as two-handed models

    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 2.2 pounds
    • Length: 18 inches

    Designed for one-handed use, this compact saw is invaluable when it comes to making quick, short cuts. But don’t let its size fool you: its 18-volt motor is still powerful enough to handle heavy-duty material like Unistrut or sheet metal.

    At just 11 inches long—not including the blade—it’s also short enough to fit into a backpack or toolbox, allowing you to keep it on hand when you need it. This saw’s small size also makes it useful for accessing those hard-to-reach areas that are common in plumbing or irrigation.

    4

    Best Multipurpose Option

    DeWalt

    Xtreme 12V Max (DCS312G1)

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    • Brushless motor
    • 90-day money-back guarantee
    • Comes with two blades
    • Less power than most options
    • Not ideal for big demolition projects
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    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 8 pounds
    • Length: 16.9 inches

    A one-handed option that won’t break the bank, this 12-volt tool is a versatile choice for those who don’t really have a specific job in mind, but frequently need a saw for a variety of quick cutting jobs. Even if you’re not remodeling or demo-ing anything, it could be a great landscaping tool to have on hand for pruning and cutting down oversized branches.

    Its bright LED work light is perfect for working underneath sinks or in crawl spaces, and the extensive rubber casing surrounding the tool gives you a good grip and adds to its overall durability.

    5

    Best Budget-Friendly Saw

    BLACK+DECKER

    BDCR20C 20V Max

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    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 4.5 pounds
    • Length: 15 inches

    Considerably cheaper than the other models on our list, this reciprocating saw is a great option for the casual hobbyist who doesn’t have the budget for a high-end model.

    Its 20-volt motor delivers just as much power as larger tools, though its 1.5Ah battery means it won’t last nearly as long as the 3.0 or 5.0Ah options. The locking trigger switch also makes this an especially safe option, preventing the trigger from activating when pressed by accident. Its pivoting shoe also allows you to rock the blade as you saw without losing contact with the material you’re cutting.

    6

    Best for Beginners

    Makita

    12-Amp JR3051T Reciprocating Saw

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    • Can generate 3,000 strokes per minute
    • Includes rafter hook
    • Somewhat bulky
    • No orbital setting
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    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Corded
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 7.3 pounds
    • Length: 17 5/8 inches

    If you’re a beginner looking to buy your first reciprocating saw, this midsized option could be a great fit. By including two different blades—for both wood and metal—you’ll have everything you need to tackle a wide variety of projects.

    Plus, its bargain price makes it much less of an investment than models that can cost hundreds more. However, this low price is most likely due to its lack of a carrying case, which is considerably inconvenient if you plan on transporting your saw a lot, or just want to be able to stow it away neatly.

    7

    Best Lightweight Option

    Makita

    RJ03R1 Reciprocating Saw

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    • LED light
    • Lightweight
    • Lacks an orbital setting

    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 3 pounds
    • Length: 14 3/4 inches

    We love the unique and flexible design of this Makita saw: It's light enough to operate with one hand, but is also long enough to use-two handed if you need that extra leverage.

    Its dual triggers also allow you to use the pistol-style trigger or paddle option, depending on how you’re holding it. The most valuable part of this kit is the fact that it comes with two batteries, allowing you to keep an extra one charging while you work. Its hard-sided carrying case is also a great perk, especially since it has a space for that extra battery, too.

    8

    Best Ultra-Compact Option

    BOSCH

    12-Volt Max Pocket Reciprocating Saw

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    • Comes with two blades
    • Comfortable
    • Soft grip
    • Not powerful enough for thick wood-cutting jobs

    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 5.5 pounds
    • Length: 14 3/4 inches

    Bosch is one of our favorite brands when it comes to compact, DIY-friendly tools, and this saw is a great example why. Bosch’s small batteries give this tool a compact silhouette, and its handy level gauge lets you know how much juice is left as you work.

    At just 2.7 pounds—with the battery attached—and only 10 inches long, this is one of the lightest options you’ll find on the market. The biggest drawback to this kit is the charger's flimsy power cord, which makes it less durable than many of its competitors.

    9

    Best Corded Orbital Option

    Bosch

    RS325 Reciprocating Saw

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    • Good mid-sized model
    • Very lightweight
    • Includes soft carrying case
    • May not be portable enough for some users

    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Corded
    • Orbital: Yes
    • Weight: 7 pounds
    • Length: 17 3/4 inches

    The orbital setting on this Bosch saw makes it well-suited for easily cutting through lumber, and the variable speed trigger is perfect for those who want maximum control while cutting.

    At just 7 pounds it’s also the lightest full-size option on our list, and combined with the cushioned rubber grip, it's more comfortable to use for extended periods of time than its competitors. The corded power supply makes it less mobile than cordless saws, but if you’re using it primarily for demolition, like in house renovations, you may be OK with the mobility an extension cord affords you.

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    10

    Best Value

    Metabo

    HPT MultiVolt 18-Volt Variable Speed Cordless Reciprocating Saw

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    • Variable speed trigger
    • Compact size
    • Can accept two types of blades
    • Doesn’t include battery

    Key Specs

    • Power Source: Battery
    • Orbital: No
    • Weight: 2.9 pounds (not including battery)
    • Length: 13.8 inches

    If you already have a Metabo tool collection—and the necessary batteries—this one-handed saw could be a cost-saving option. It conveniently accepts both 18- and 36-volt batteries and the variable trigger makes it easy to control the precise cutting speed while you work. Its blade versatility is another useful feature, allowing it to accept both standard reciprocating saw blades as well as t-shank jigsaw blades.

    We’ve personally used this tool during a complicated ceiling replacement project, and found the light weight and short body perfect for reaching into and accessing tight and awkward areas. Plus, the Metabo warranty covers the body of the tool for life.

    Alex RennieAlex Rennie is a freelance writer who specializes in the Home Improvement, DIY, and Tool space.

    FAQs

    What is the difference between a reciprocating saw and a brushless reciprocating saw? ›

    Brushless Versus Traditional Motor. Reciprocating saws with brushless motors are far more efficient than brushed motors and can generate more power using the same size battery. They also provide longer runtime, longer motor life and need less maintenance than their brushed counterparts.

    Who makes the best compact reciprocating saw? ›

    Best Reciprocating Saw Reviews
    • Milwaukee 2720-21 M18 Fuel Sawzall Reciprocating Saw Kit.
    • AEG BUS18-0 Cordless Reciprocating Saw.
    • Bosch RS428.
    • BLACK+DECKER 20V MAX Cordless Reciprocating Saw.
    • Porter Cable PCC670B Tigersaw.
    • Ryobi P514.
    • Makita 18V LXT Reciprocating Saw.
    • DEWALT DCS369B 20V MAX One-Handed Reciprocating Saw.
    21 Aug 2022

    Which reciprocating saw blades are best? ›

    Carbon steel blades are flexible to allow bending without breaking and are great for cutting wood or plastic. Carbon steel blades are generally the best reciprocating saw blades for trees. High-speed steel blades have durable teeth but are more prone to breakage and last up to five times longer than high-carbon steel.

    Is the Milwaukee or DeWalt Sawzall better? ›

    Buy the DeWalt Atomic reciprocating saw if you're looking for the smallest saw you can get with the best vibration control. Buy the Milwaukee M18 Fuel Hackzall if you want top-tier cutting performance and deeper compatibility with trade-specific tools for electricians and plumbers.

    What is the best Sawzall for the money? ›

    The Best Reciprocating Saws
    • Best Affordable Corded Option: Makita 12-Amp JR3051T.
    • Best Lightweight Saw: Makita RJ03R1.
    • Best Ultra-Compact Saw: Bosch 12-Volt Max Pocket.
    • Best Orbital Saw: Bosch RS325 Reciprocating Saw.
    • Best Value: Metabo HPT MultiVolt 18-volt Variable Speed Cordless Reciprocating Saw.
    3 Mar 2022

    Can you use any brand blades with a reciprocating saw? ›

    Yes, reciprocating saw blades have a universal shank that is standardized to fit all reciprocating saws.

    Can you cut a tree down with a reciprocating saw? ›

    You can cut branches and limbs with a reciprocating saw. If your tree is small enough, you can cut a tree down. Bear in mind, these saws are ideal for cutting stationary material. If there's a lot of give to your branch or limb, the saw may just shake it rather than cutting through it.

    Does stroke length matter reciprocating saw? ›

    Stroke length is another important specification to look at.

    The longer the stroke length, the faster the cut and the longer your saw blade with last.

    Is a 10 amp reciprocating saw powerful enough? ›

    Reciprocating saws with 10 to 12-amp motors are high on value and trade-off performance for a lighter design. They're a good choice for light-duty demolition and when you have to cut overhead. 13-amp reciprocating saws sit in the gap between light-duty and heavy-duty cutting.

    Where are Bosch reciprocating saws made? ›

    Strokes per Minute, Straight, Full-Size Tool. Country of Origin China.

    How many amp reciprocating saw do I need? ›

    Reciprocating saws vary from about 9-15 amps of power. A 15 amp recip will run you $180-250 right now, but if you're a contractor you might need that kind of power on a day to day basis. 11 amps should be plenty for the DIYer with a big demolition project.

    What TPI is best for cutting wood? ›

    TPI is the number of teeth the blade has per inch. If you're looking to cut wood or other soft materials, you'll need a blade with a TPI of 6 up to 20. For harder materials like metal, a TPI between 14 up to 36 is more suitable.

    What brand is better than Milwaukee? ›

    In 2021, we think the best brand to trust is DeWalt. Their tools offer excellent performance at reasonable prices, and they're all warrantied for three years. Milwaukee tools are a great choice, but they can't match DeWalt's affordable prices and incredible value.

    What's better DeWalt Milwaukee or Makita? ›

    Milwaukee comes out on top.

    Neither DeWalt nor Makita can beat the toughness and durability of these tools. I know, some of you have mentioned that we're not taking Makita's pro range into account. And, yes, that may be so, but some of my workmates are using the Makita pro range and they're just not as good.

    Are Ryobi and Milwaukee owned by the same company? ›

    Techtronic Industries Co Ltd (TTI) As it turns out, TTI owns Milwaukee Tool and a host of other power tool companies. It also licenses the RIDGID* and RYOBI names for cordless power tools (Emerson owns RIDGID). TTI stands for Techtronic Industries Company Limited (TTI Group).

    What is the best Sawzall for cutting metal? ›

    Use 18-24 TPI bi-metal blades. For thicker metals such as steel pipe, angle irons, or tubing, use 14-18 TPI bi-metal blades. For aluminum, an 8-10 TPI blade is best. As far as the best brand of metal cutting blade, we like MK Morse and Diablo.

    What's the best Milwaukee Recip Saw? ›

    The top choice overall is the M18 Fuel Hackzall (model 2719). It's larger and heavier than the M12 options, but its 7/8-inch stroke length and 3000 SPM top speed blow away most of its competition.

    What is a common blade length for reciprocating saws? ›

    Reciprocating saw blade lengths range from 3" - 12". Standard lengths are 4”, 6”, 8”, 9” & 12”, with 6" and 9" being the most commonly sold.

    Can you cut 4x4 with reciprocating saw? ›

    No normal jig-saw will have enough depth to cut through a 4x4 post, and would be dangerous because of this. A better choice would be a reciprocating saw, with a sufficiently long blade.

    Are all reciprocating saw blades the same? ›

    There are many reciprocating saw blade types for cutting a variety of materials. The main differences are in teeth per inch (TPI), blade material, and/or blade shape. Wood Cutting Blades normally have 5 to 10 TPI and are best for cutting most types of wood, branches, and softer materials.

    Can you use Milwaukee blades in a DeWalt reciprocating saw? ›

    A: Yes, the tang (end) is the same for the Dewalt reciprocating saw and Milwaukee Sawzall. I have both of these saws and it fits them both. By the way, this is probably the best saw blade I have ever purchased.

    What 2 cuts can be made with a reciprocating saw? ›

    If you know how to use a reciprocating saw, you can use one to cut through wood, nails, metal, plaster, and even ceramic tile with the right blade.

    Can you reverse the blade on a reciprocating saw? ›

    Flip the Blade to Get Down Close

    Blades can be inserted into most recip saws with the teeth facing up or down (some new saws accept blades in four directions).

    How thick of a branch can a reciprocating saw cut? ›

    But in actual practice, you can cut trees up to 6 to 8-inches thick with a reciprocating saw. It is better to say that the object which needs to be cut should be smaller in diameter than the length of the blade itself.

    How deep can a reciprocating saw cut? ›

    What Depth can a Reciprocating Saw Cut? This depends on the material being cut. A reciprocating saw can cut through almost any material if the right blade is being used. But as a general guideline you won't be able to cut anything that is thicker than 10-12 inches in diameter.

    What is the best stroke length for a reciprocating saw? ›

    Ideally, go with at least 1-1/8″ stroke length and 3000 SPM. There are also compact cordless reciprocating saws with designs like the Makita Sub-Compact and Milwaukee Hackzall models. These will be lower in the stroke length and speed but will help you get into much tighter places.

    Do you need Orbital action reciprocating saw? ›

    Orbital action is suitable for aggressive cuts in wood when a rough cut to remove material quickly is called for.

    Are shorter strokes better? ›

    A short stroke or over square engine typically produces its peak power relatively higher up the rev range. This is a great property to have for high-revving lightweight sports bikes which are meant to accelerate hard and is used preferably for enthusiastic riding on street or track.

    Which power saw is most versatile? ›

    Circular saws are the most versatile electric cutting tools. Like all tools, there's a learned skill involved in operating circular saws. They let you perform these main cut types with one machine: Crosscuts: These are the mainstay woodworking cuts.

    How many watts does it take to run a skill saw? ›

    Power Consumption Chart
    ItemStarting Wattage (W)Running Wattage (W)
    Circular Saw24001200
    Drill1800720
    Edger2400960
    Electric Chainsaw24001200
    35 more rows

    What Sawzall has highest amp? ›

    The 15.0 Amp Super Sawzall® Recip Saw is the fastest, most durable recip saw in the world. It is the first Sawzall® Recip Saw to include Constant Power Technology™ which maintains constant speed and power under load for unmatched cutting performance.

    What saws are made in USA? ›

    Saws
    • Fanno 10.5" Folding Saw (FS1) $23.11. ...
    • Fanno 8.5" Folding Saw (FS2) $20.82. ...
    • Fanno 14" Folding Saw (FS0) $26.02. ...
    • Fanno Compact Folding Saw (FI-112) $26.42. ...
    • Fanno 13" Fixed Blade Saw with Tri-Edge Blade (FI-1311) $31.47. ...
    • Fanno Long Handle 13" Fixed Blade Saw (FS4) $26.22. ...
    • Fanno 13" Fixed Blade Saw (FS14) $26.22.

    Is Milwaukee Made in USA? ›

    Milwaukee Tool has manufactured products in the USA since 1924, so they've got a rich American history.

    Where are Wyoming saws made? ›

    Wyoming Knife Corporation or Wyoming Tools has been manufacturing knives, outdoor gear, saws, and tactical tools since 1971. The company located in Fort Collins, the United States manufactures quality tools and outdoor gear for easy and safe outdoor adventure.

    Does dirt dull reciprocating saw blades? ›

    They do not dull much when they hit dirt unlike a chainsaw blade that can be dead on just one encounter with the ground and takes some time to sharpen it again.

    How do you keep a reciprocating saw straight? ›

    With the reciprocating saw held in front of you in line with your stomach, press the shoe against the material, aligning the blade to the marked line as closely as possible. Angling the saw slightly downwards, it will begin to rip through the material with the pressure you've applied.

    Why does my reciprocating saw vibrate so much? ›

    Reciprocating saw vibration is inherent in the blade's motion. As it moves from its most retracted state to full extension and back again, that action reacts with the tool. Moreover, the rough demolition style cutting that recip saws are used for creates a lot of vibration.

    Is brushless better for reciprocating saw? ›

    Reciprocating saws with brushless motors are far more efficient than brushed motors and can generate more power using the same size battery. They also provide longer runtime, longer motor life and need less maintenance than their brushed counterparts.

    Can reciprocating saw cut bones? ›

    【MAIN USE】Stainless steel material reciprocating saw blades, special design for cutting frozen food, meat, bone,turkey. Safety, Fast and Smooth. 【EASY TO USE】Works with all major reciprocating saw brands such as DeWalt , Hitachi , Milwaukee, Makita, Ridgid, Porter & Cable, Skil, Ryobi, Black & Decker, Bosch and so on.

    Which saw blades make the smoothest cut? ›

    With fewer spaces between the teeth, crosscut blades remove less material, resulting in a smoother cut. It also means it takes these blades longer to move through wood. Crosscut blades are the go-to choice for finish carpentry and other applications that require precision and a smooth finish.

    How many teeth does it take to cut a hardwood floor? ›

    Ripping solid wood: Use a 24-tooth to 30-tooth blade. You can use 40-tooth to 50-tooth multipurpose blade as well, but it will take longer. Cross-cutting wood or sawing plywood: Use a 40-tooth to 80-tooth blade. You can use a 40-tooth to 50-tooth general purpose blade as well.

    What type of saw is most frequently used? ›

    Rip-Cut Saw

    A rip cut saw is one of the most common types of saws that anyone who works with wood will own, and probably the saw that gets used the most often as it is versatile and suitable for a number of jobs. A rip cut saw is designed to cut wood parallel to the grain.

    Who makes the best Sawzall blades for metal? ›

    As far as the best brand of metal cutting blade, we like MK Morse and Diablo. If you are cutting cast iron, stainless steel, and high-strength alloys, or for jobs like auto dismantling and fire & rescue, look for a carbide-tipped blade that is at least 8 TPI.

    What's the best Milwaukee Recip saw? ›

    The top choice overall is the M18 Fuel Hackzall (model 2719). It's larger and heavier than the M12 options, but its 7/8-inch stroke length and 3000 SPM top speed blow away most of its competition.

    Can I cut tree branches with a reciprocating saw? ›

    You can cut branches and limbs with a reciprocating saw. If your tree is small enough, you can cut a tree down. Bear in mind, these saws are ideal for cutting stationary material. If there's a lot of give to your branch or limb, the saw may just shake it rather than cutting through it.

    Is more teeth on a saw blade better for metal? ›

    TPI is the number of teeth the blade has per inch. If you're looking to cut wood or other soft materials, you'll need a blade with a TPI of 6 up to 20. For harder materials like metal, a TPI between 14 up to 36 is more suitable.

    What cuts hardened steel? ›

    Carbide tipped blades cut harder, denser metals like hardened steel, cast iron, alloys including boron steel, and higher grades of stainless steel. These blades are extremely hard, heat-resistant, and impact-resistant.

    Is Milwaukee more powerful than DeWalt? ›

    The Milwaukee High-torque impact wrench remains the most powerful cordless model we've tested. As such, it edges out the DeWalt DCF899 impact wrench in power.

    What is the strongest Milwaukee 3/4 Impact? ›

    The most powerful cordless wrench in its class, the M18 FUEL™ 3/4" High Torque Impact Wrench with Friction Ring from Milwaukee Tool delivers up to 750 ft-lbs of maximum fastening torque, 1,200 ft-lbs of nut-busting torque and up to 2X more runtime.

    What is the best tool for cutting branches? ›

    For the cleanest cuts, choose bypass pruners, which cut like a pair of scissors, with a curved cutting blade that slides past a lower broad blade. Also called lopping shears, a lopper is the tool of choice for cutting branches 2 inches in diameter. The lopper label should specify the branch size it will cut.

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