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DEWALT DCS331B 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion Jig Saw (Bare-Tool) $119.00 @ Amazon \ Home Depot + Free Shipping

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Last Edited by johnny_miller August 20, 2014 at 02:19 PM
Amazon has the DEWALT DCS331B 20v Jigsaw on sale for $119 (Free Shipping). This bugger rarely drops in price and has great reviews (that I've seen).

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007NVSSFS/

Lowest ever on CCC, and I think the lowest on here has been $155.

This is the bare tool, no battery, and probably no hard case for it.

Have a few of the other 20v tools and they are very solid.

Might be able to have Lowes \ Home Depot pricematch?

Wish I were able to snag this.

EDIT: Same price, free shipping @ Home Depot: http://www.homedepot.com/p/DEWALT...69&cj=true

Thanks Pitrow and gofscooter

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#31
Quote from Keyser_Soze_09 View Post :
Ehh, disagree. Of course if you're going to use something a lot you wouldn't want to PRIMARILY invest in battery powered tools. However, it's often a pain in the arse to get the circular saw out, plug it in, and make a single crosscut in a sheet of lumber. Likewise with stop-cuts from a jigsaw. This is definitely a luxury item, and a woodworker/carpenter/construction newbie's $100 would be better served in a powered jigsaw first. If I had the DeWalt ecosystem, I'd be all over this. Unfortunately I invested in Bosch, and while the drill and drive have been wonderful, the batteries are somewhat small (read: lightweight) and the add-on tools are full list price. If I could do it again, I'd probably go for the Dewalt / Porter Cable ecosystems because of all the tool clearances.
One of the main reasons I'm not jumping on this is because I recently got a Bosch (corded) jigsaw that cuts soooooooo nicely and 1000x better than my shitty Skil 18V cordless bargain bin tool. Obviously I can expect more from this DeWalt than the Skil, but using the Bosch is such a pleasure that I'd gladly run an extension cord if I ever needed to.

I've also rarely found the need to use a jigsaw anywhere but the garage/workshop. I could see a cordless circular saw being handy on a roof or up a hill or on a jobsite, but less often a jigsaw.
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#32
Picked up one today. Lowes price matched but would not do the additional 10% discount. So, over to HD and my Lowes Moving 10% and received the sale price plus the 10%. Lowes made a very poor decision on my business. I guess thats why their (Lowes) quarterly financials were down and they lowered their future outlook. HD you are the best!!!
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Quote from davidrools View Post :
One of the main reasons I'm not jumping on this is because I recently got a Bosch (corded) jigsaw that cuts soooooooo nicely and 1000x better than my shitty Skil 18V cordless bargain bin tool. Obviously I can expect more from this DeWalt than the Skil, but using the Bosch is such a pleasure that I'd gladly run an extension cord if I ever needed to.

I've also rarely found the need to use a jigsaw anywhere but the garage/workshop. I could see a cordless circular saw being handy on a roof or up a hill or on a jobsite, but less often a jigsaw.
It's mostly just to cut the end off a 2x4. Which Bosch jigsaw? I wanted the 572 for the blade stabilizer, and ended up with the 360 for christmas. As it turns out, I always have to sand the corner, finish with a trim router bit, etc, so blade tracking doesn't really bother me much. Even the Festool wanders a bit. Plenty of power though, cuts through 3/4" EMT and every wood I've tried (with the fabulous Progressor blades) like butter.
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If you're a Milwaukee fan, the M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Jig Saw (Tool-Only) [homedepot.com] was $33.03 (reg $129) at HD. YMMV and hard to find, though
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I finally found time to get over to the store. I went to Lowes and the cashier price-matched to the $119. I asked about the additional 10% by pointing to the additional 10% Price Guarantee sticker that's on the register (asking very politely). Cashier hesitated for a second, but then added the additional discount. Used my Lowe's card and got the extra 5% so was out the door for $101.75 plus tax.

Haven't tried it out yet, but this should make my life a lot easier when we put in the rest of our new flooring next weekend. Those cuts around the door frames were a bit tricky with just the table saw and miter saw.
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I finally found time to get over to the store. I went to Lowes and the cashier price-matched to the $119. I asked about the additional 10% by pointing to the additional 10% Price Guarantee sticker that's on the register (asking very politely). Cashier hesitated for a second, but then added the additional discount. Used my Lowe's card and got the extra 5% so was out the door for $101.75 plus tax.

Haven't tried it out yet, but this should make my life a lot easier when we put in the rest of our new flooring next weekend. Those cuts around the door frames were a bit tricky with just the table saw and miter saw.

Nice take. Just shows how Lowe's stores differ in their business rules.
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I finally found time to get over to the store. I went to Lowes and the cashier price-matched to the $119. I asked about the additional 10% by pointing to the additional 10% Price Guarantee sticker that's on the register (asking very politely). Cashier hesitated for a second, but then added the additional discount. Used my Lowe's card and got the extra 5% so was out the door for $101.75 plus tax.

Haven't tried it out yet, but this should make my life a lot easier when we put in the rest of our new flooring next weekend. Those cuts around the door frames were a bit tricky with just the table saw and miter saw.
Lowes does go the extra mile with cust sat. HD on the the other hand has become horrid. 90% of my buying now goes thru the blue store.
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