12V Max Lithium-Ion Cordless Jig Saw
- Makita-built variable speed motor delivers 0-2,400 strokes per minute
- 3 orbital settings plus straight cutting for use in a wide range of materials
- Compact, well-balanced design at only 3.7 lbs. (w/battery) for reduced operator fatigue
- Through-the-body dust port for use with a vacuum provides efficient dust management
- Built-in dust blower clears the line of cut for increased accuracy
- Low profile design engineered for improved handling in compact areas
- Die-cast aluminum base adjusts from 0°-45° right to left
- Electric brake for maximum productivity
- On-board wrench for fast bevel adjustments
- Lock-on button for continuous operation
- Uses Tang shank blades
- Makita 12V max Lithium-Ion batteries provide longer run time and lower self-discharge
- The charger earned the ENERGY STAR® label for meeting the strict energy-efficient guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and US Department of Energy (DOE)
- 3-year warranty on tool and 1-year warranty on batteries and charger
- 2 ea. 12V max Lithium-Ion Battery (BL1014)
- 1 Battery Charger (DC10WB)
- Tool Case (821508-9)
- Jig Saw Blade (792529-7)
Blade Shank Tang Length of Stroke 11/16" Max Cutting Depth Wood: 2-9/16"
Mild Steel: 1/16"
Strokes per Minute 0 - 2,400 SPM BatteryË‡ 12V max Lithium-Ion Overall Length 9-1/8" Net Weight (lbs. w/battery) 1.7 Shipping Weight (lbs.) 10.4 lbs.
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November 9th, 2013
As good as it gets!!
Comment:I have used a Makita jig saw for 25 years. It was smooth operating and I cut anything with it. I hated to give it up but the batteries are obsolete. I searched for a replacement for a year and couldn't find one I liked. Then I came across this one. I ordered it, which was out of character for me, being a fussy old coot because I like to feel tools before I buy, and was VERY PLEASED. It is as good,(MAYBE BETTER) than the old one. It works as advertised. And Makita struck the mother lode with the new blades. A cross cut in oak gives a glue joint cut. I will retire the old one.
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