For demolition jobs where hammers and crowbars can’t be relied on, there’s a reciprocating saw, which is also known as “sabre saw.” In this comparison report, we compare two models made by Milwaukee tools, the Milwaukee 2720-20 vs 2721-20.
Comparison Chart: Milwaukee 2720-20 vs 2721-20
Let’s start with this comparison chart.
|Milwaukee Recip Saw|
|Model||Check Price » Milwaukee 2720-20||Check Price » Milwaukee 2721-20|
|Weight||7.4 lbs||7.4 lbs|
|SPM||0 – 3,000||0 – 3,000|
|Blade Clamp||QUIK-LOK® Universal||QUIK-LOK® Universal|
|Keyless Adjustable Shoe||✅||✅|
|Keyless Blade Clamp||✅||✅|
|REDLINK PLUS intelligence||✅||✅|
|ONE KEY Enabled||❌||✅|
Key Difference: Milwaukee 2720-20 vs 2721-20
As you can clearly see in the chart above, the key difference between these two Milwaukee reciprocating saws is whether or not they’re One Key compatible.
One Key Compatibility
As advertised, One Key is a feature that allows you to customize, track, and manage your recip saw’s performance and location. When enabled, you can also lock or disable your tool remotely via your smartphone.
Between the two models, it’s the Milwaukee 2721-20 that is One Key compatible.