Stihl has recently released a the world’s first battery powered cut-off machine that can handle materials ranging from natural stone to structural and stainless steel, all without any of the emissions a gas-powered cutter would emit.
Ideal for small load indoor use, the TSA 230 STIHL Cutquik weighs in at only 8.6 pounds without the batter (12.4 pounds with battery), 6650 rpm, an on-board water connection for wet cutting, and can cut a maximum depth of 2.75”. One battery charge can provide up to 15 minutes of work time.
With the DSRP of the saw coming in at $499.99, it’s a much cheaper option than its gas-powered alternative.
The video below shows the cutter in action: