Milwaukee® Delivers Improved Power and Drives Professional Productivity

Driving innovation for the remodeling and carpentry professional, Milwaukee Tool delivers the second generation M12 FUEL™ 5-3/8” Circular Saw, providing the most power, in a compact size. Integrated with premium features for improved performance, this new compact circular saw offers increased jobsite productivity and unmatched portability in size and weight.

Driving best in class for performance, M12 FUEL™ 5-3/8” Circular Saw delivers quick work of ripping and cross-cutting sheet goods and dimensional lumber. The POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor provides the power required for tough cutting applications, minimizing bog down through larger lumber to eliminate user frustrations. When paired with a M12™ REDLITHIUM™ HIGH OUTPUT™ XC5.0 battery pack, the compact circular saw can make up to 190 cuts per charge in 2X4 lumber providing maximum uptime on jobsites.

As the most compact and lightweight design in its class, Milwaukee’s new circular saw delivers portability and convenience for cuts in smaller spaces, overhead, and when the capacity of a larger saw is not needed. Other premium features include an LED light for greater visibility, cut line blower for more accurate cuts and an integrated hang hook for greater storage solutions.

The new M12 FUEL™ 5-3/8” Circular Saw joins the M12™ Cordless System, the largest sub-compact system on the market, focused on delivering industry-leading durability and the ability to complete applications in the tightest spaces. Currently, the M12™ System is made up of more than 150 solutions.

*M12 FUEL™ power tools are designed, engineered, and built to deliver extreme performance and productivity. All M12 FUEL™ products feature three Milwaukee®-exclusive innovations—the POWERSTATE™ Brushless Motor, REDLITHIUM™ Battery Pack and REDLINK PLUS™ Intelligence Hardware and Software—that deliver unmatched power, run-time and durability on the jobsite. Simply put, M12 FUEL™ tools are the most powerful sub-compact cordless tools in their class.

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