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Features a variable speed trigger and dial, 4-position orbital action, integrated dust blower, LED light, and all-metal, lever-action keyless blade clamp.

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Is anyone else confused on why Focus Camera carries this?
Think I paid $190 for this newer grip style (bare tool). If you plan on using a jigsaw somewhat frequently, this thing is AMAZING! Barrel grip brings your hand much closer to the workpiece and gives you significantly more control over the traditional D-grip. There's not too many tools I would re-buy in a heartbeat, this is one of them. Paid it's self off in it's first job.

The angle adjustment doesn't lock as well as I'd like, though. But I've learned to live with it as I adjust mine frequently.
I just got this model from Focus two weeks ago.
Keep in mind this model solely rely on the On/Off switch, instead of the traditional trigger style. And yes, both has a speed dial as well. So it's like using a grinder.
So for that reason, I prefer the older "D" grip style.

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Is anyone else confused on why Focus Camera carries this?
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who thumbed this down and why? would really like to know.
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Is anyone else confused on why Focus Camera carries this?
Agreed, I've seen a few of the DeWalt deals from Focus recently. Didn't know they sold power tools...
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Think I paid $190 for this newer grip style (bare tool). If you plan on using a jigsaw somewhat frequently, this thing is AMAZING! Barrel grip brings your hand much closer to the workpiece and gives you significantly more control over the traditional D-grip. There's not too many tools I would re-buy in a heartbeat, this is one of them. Paid it's self off in it's first job.

The angle adjustment doesn't lock as well as I'd like, though. But I've learned to live with it as I adjust mine frequently.
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who thumbed this down and why? would really like to know.
I'm not sure, but I can't find if they are an Authorized DeWalt Retailer or not.
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Think I paid $190 for this newer grip style (bare tool). If you plan on using a jigsaw somewhat frequently, this thing is AMAZING! Barrel grip brings your hand much closer to the workpiece and gives you significantly more control over the traditional D-grip. There's not too many tools I would re-buy in a heartbeat, this is one of them. Paid it's self off in it's first job.

The angle adjustment doesn't lock as well as I'd like, though. But I've learned to live with it as I adjust mine frequently.
I just got this model from Focus two weeks ago.
Keep in mind this model solely rely on the On/Off switch, instead of the traditional trigger style. And yes, both has a speed dial as well. So it's like using a grinder.
So for that reason, I prefer the older "D" grip style.
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I just got this model from Focus two weeks ago.
Keep in mind this model solely rely on the On/Off switch, instead of the traditional trigger style. And yes, both has a speed dial as well. So it's like using a grinder.
So for that reason, I prefer the older "D" grip style.
You're right. But there's two types of switches for a grinder, paddle and on/off. Paddle is much safer.

My right hand thumb or left hand index finger rests on the on/off switch for a quick turn off. Jigsaws aren't high power saws so I don't see this as much of a safety factor.

If you're in a scenario where it gets much more difficult to cut, chances are you're cutting with a worn blade and got it so hot it's about to snap, that's when that finger trigger will keep you from changing your pants!
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I have the D grip DCS334. Not sure about the differences besides the grip function. I thinks this one has a dust attachment.
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Think I paid $190 for this newer grip style (bare tool). If you plan on using a jigsaw somewhat frequently, this thing is AMAZING! Barrel grip brings your hand much closer to the workpiece and gives you significantly more control over the traditional D-grip. There's not too many tools I would re-buy in a heartbeat, this is one of them. Paid it's self off in it's first job.

The angle adjustment doesn't lock as well as I'd like, though. But I've learned to live with it as I adjust mine frequently.
My Brushless D-handle has that same dumb problem with the shoe coming unlocked and moving around. Love the saw except for that little quirk.
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OOS already 😩
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I just got this model from Focus two weeks ago.
Keep in mind this model solely rely on the On/Off switch, instead of the traditional trigger style. And yes, both has a speed dial as well. So it's like using a grinder.
So for that reason, I prefer the older "D" grip style.
Thanks for mentioning this, I never noticed this model has an on/off. Think I'm stuck in my ways with the old trigger style. My D grip lives to cut another day.
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thanks OP! been watching for one and anything trigger style cramps my hand after a little while so i'm going in on this. now i just need the 20v brushless angle grinder for under 150.
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When this came out I was able to buy the last version for half the price .. I would like to upgrade to this but I would not pull the trigger on this site just because it sounds a bit iffy ... it might not be but not worth the stress for me
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