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This jig saw accepts T-shank jig saw blades for professional results. This is a bare tool item (battery is sold separately). Includes a 3-year limited warranty w/ purchase - Discombobulated

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I just spent over an hour buying this from Lowe's terrible website, tracking down coupon codes, getting cash back from that rebate site. I used a discount giftcard to save an additional $5. Please save yourself the hassle and just buy this one from Amazon.
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Serious question from a tool-ignorant person. I plan on cutting a lot of 1/2" - 3/4" plywood or MDF in the coming months. Will this be necessary, or can a Dremel do that? Would like to have the right tool in the next few weeks. TIA.
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Serious question from a tool-ignorant person. I plan on cutting a lot of 1/2" - 3/4" plywood or MDF in the coming months. Will this be necessary, or can a Dremel do that? Would like to have the right tool in the next few weeks. TIA.
What exactly is "a ton"? Are you cutting straight lines, notches, or contours?
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Too bad it doesn't include the battery as I don't have any Dewalt cordless tools. I'm all in on Milwaukee M18
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Serious question from a tool-ignorant person. I plan on cutting a lot of 1/2" - 3/4" plywood or MDF in the coming months. Will this be necessary, or can a Dremel do that? Would like to have the right tool in the next few weeks. TIA.
straight cuts, you'll want a circular saw, any type of curves/circles and you'll want a jigsaw. that said, i bought this jigsaw recently, it's absolutely fantastic, i generally grab my jigsaw these days when cutting any plywood... but keep in mind, it's far harder to keep a straight line over 4ft with a jigsaw. you'll probably want a guide or fence as well if you don't have much experience with circular saws.
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Serious question from a tool-ignorant person. I plan on cutting a lot of 1/2" - 3/4" plywood or MDF in the coming months. Will this be necessary, or can a Dremel do that? Would like to have the right tool in the next few weeks. TIA.
Just thinking about that made me nauseous. I would hate to be stuck cutting 3/4" plywood with a Dremel tool, but I haven't touched anything Dremel in a long time to be fair.

While this might be a good price for this specific tool, it does not come with a battery and unless you're already invested in the 20v dewalt tool line you should just pick up a $20 corded jigsaw or something similar for this one project in my opinion.
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Er.. dremel? Er.. Maybe the dremel circular saw thing. But not with the dremel rotary tool. This is an excellent jig saw, super smooth, like bosch kinda smooth, and possibly their smoothest running tool in their whole 20v products I've used. It will do the ply just fine, but unless your cutting shapes or outlines, it is much more efficient to use a circular saw, track saw, or table saw. The orbital action will make short work on ply if you use the right blade. If you don't have any other 20v /60v tools, I dunno... I'd probably just get a corded.
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I just spent over an hour buying this from Lowe's terrible website, tracking down coupon codes, getting cash back from that rebate site. I used a discount giftcard to save an additional $5. Please save yourself the hassle and just buy this one from Amazon.
Did something similar yesterday. incredibly easy. I just went to Lowe's normally and signed in. added my stuff to the cart then went through the cash back site signing in to Lowe's.wasnt as bad as you make it out to be
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Serious question from a tool-ignorant person. I plan on cutting a lot of 1/2" - 3/4" plywood or MDF in the coming months. Will this be necessary, or can a Dremel do that? Would like to have the right tool in the next few weeks. TIA.
If I didn't have any tools, and was considering spending the money to get this tool up and running (tool cost + battery), I think I'd go with a corded jigsaw and a corded circular saw instead. You could pick up a decent version of each, and upgraded blades, for the cost of this one item.

And if you need to do straight lines, go to Harbor Freight. You can pick up a metal straight edge and some clamps dirt cheap. Use those for a guide rail, and you're off to the races.
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Did something similar yesterday. incredibly easy. I just went to Lowe's normally and signed in. added my stuff to the cart then went through the cash back site signing in to Lowe's.wasnt as bad as you make it out to be
Glad your experience surpassed mine. Between two browsers (normal and incognito) plus trying on the app, it was painful. I suspect it was part Lowe's website and part work security crap. Browser was convinced I was in NY and code crapped out and would not let me change stores. Cash back kept getting confused by SSO redirects. I finally gave up and ordered at home on the app. Will submit cash back later. Curiously the saw was $3 cheaper in web browser than iPhone.
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I wanna pick this up so badly but the lack of an led is a turn-off.
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I wanna pick this up so badly but the lack of an led is a turn-off.
I have this tool, I wish it had an led, too, but I've gotten over it. If one was available with an led for $5 more, I would have grabbed it. Still, a very capable and nice tool. It also comes with a plastic shoe to slip on over the metal foot for cutting materials that you want to protect.
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I have this tool, I wish it had an led, too, but I've gotten over it. If one was available with an led for $5 more, I would have grabbed it. Still, a very capable and nice tool. It also comes with a plastic shoe to slip on over the metal foot for cutting materials that you want to protect.
Its a great tool but its been out for 5+ years now. Im crossing my fingers for a brushless premium xr led yada yada version

Until then Ill use my corded one...as much as I hate cords!
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