Repetitive and time-consuming, cutting pipe to length is the low point of a plumber’s day. Milwaukee has developed the first cordless pipe cutter, and it runs on the company’s 12-volt lithium-ion platform. Jaws hold the pipe steady while a cutter rotates around the pipe at 500 rpm, slicing through in seconds. This innovation increases a plumber’s efficiency while rendering a handful of manual cutters obsolete. By making a daily chore into something fairly effortless, powered pipe-cutters could change plumbing the way powered drills changed carpentry.
$229, with two batteries; milwaukeetool.com