I have the big corded Super Sawzall, that is an animal, but wasn't using it that much for small and quick stuff.So working in a garage where we regularly have access to my fuel sawzall and my buddies hackzall, I will say you will be happy with your purchase beyond belief.
The only time we opt for the sawzall is when we're basically going to burn through blades and 12 amp/hr batteries since you can apply quite a bit more pressure to the sawzall before stalling it out. For any heavy use 5.0 batteries and above recommended. It will over heat a 1.5/2.0 battery pretty well. Have probably gone through roughly 500 ft of 1/4 inch steel at this point with both. For demo style work, plug in a 12.0 battery and you will have everything out of a kitchen in no time flat. The one handed operation of it makes it shine in those instances.
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Run the cord out for just one or two cuts on some shaft material or angle iron didn't make sense, usually just grabbed the old manual hack saw.
Plus the sucker is a heavy two hands needed beast.
With the Hackzall, just pop in a battery and go.
Also the sucker is great for trimming small branches rather than get the chainsaws, gas and oil out.
Put on an arborist blade (Diablo and Mil. Elect. blades don't screw around) and get after it.
Been using the heck out of it, surprising myself.