With the Milwaukee 2731-20 and the 2631-20 being battery-operated, you don’t need to worry about tripping on wires. All you need is a fully charged battery. What’s the difference between these two circular saw? Here’s a comparison report.
Comparison Chart: Milwaukee 2731-20 vs 2631-20
Let’s start with this chart.
|Milwaukee Circular Saw|
|Model||Check Price » Milwaukee 2731-20||Check Price » Milwaukee 2631-20|
|Weight||7.5 lbs||7.5 lbs|
|No-Load Speed||5,000 RPM||5,000 RPM|
|Maximum Bevel Capacity||50 degrees||50 degrees|
|REDLITHIUM™ XC5.0 Battery Pack||✅||✅|
|Integrated Rafter Hook||stainless steel||black|
|Inclusions||none||blade, blade wrench|
|Bevel Scale||Visible||Not visible|
Key Differences: Milwaukee 2731-20 vs 2631-20
These Milwaukee circular saws are almost the same in specs and features. Their main differences are the following.
The Milwaukee 2731-20 has a visible bevel scale. The scale of the 2631-20 appears only when the adjustment knob is used. The 2731-20 uses a moving pointer to help you indicate or locate the angle of your choice. With the 2631-20, there’s an “edge” that you can use for this purpose.
Color of Rafter Hook
Both circular saws have an integrated rafter hook for easy storage. The difference is their color. The 2731-20 has a stainless steel hook while the Milwaukee 2631-20 has a black hook.