Reciprocating Saw

Reciprocating Saws

Reciprocating saws have established a valuable place in any collection of tools, which is equally popular on the construction site. There are different blades available to cut almost any material, from wood, plastic, and metal to tile and stone. Mainly used for demolition and construction, they’re not going to give you the cleanest or most accurate cuts. But the power of the engine is delivered to the blade, and the push/pull cutting action allows a quick and efficient way forward.

These saws are designed for higher cutting efficiency and longer durability. Such powerful tools can allow you to break through boards and materials that you can’t usually remove. The saw has two variable speed control levers. Each stroke is 13 mm long, which means that you can plough through even the toughest work with ease. A reciprocating saw allows you to make straight or curved cuts. You can also use this tool to make frames. In fact, using this tool can be the best way to precisely cut frames without chipping on a rather small piece.

This revised model offers improved longevity achieved by adjusting the slider holding function. The compact total length of 447mm and ergonomic construction improves user satisfaction and reduces discomfort when used for longer periods of time.

Makita offers a lot of items in this region. It sells a range of other gadgets, including wireless screwdrivers, wireless impact wrenches, rotary hammer drills, and wireless puzzles, such as battery saws, wireless angle scrapers, wireless plugs, wireless metal scrapers, and wireless slot machines. You can use it to hack through a number of materials, such as wood, metal, PVC, and nails. As well as the blades of 0,035-inch thickness, they have sufficient power for regular cuts. The blades are 0.05-inch thick to increase stability.


Variable speed actuator, High power: joist hook, shoe position set, Compact full length 447mm, Increased longevity achieved by adjusting the holding function of the slider.

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