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Matches Amazon's lowest ever price, which made the front page back in December.
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FWIW, I found this and decided to wait:

https://beltsandboxes.com/dewalt-...4-upgrade/

Sounds like the XR is a serious upgrade over this, and as I don't have any jigsaw, I guess I'll wait to get the XR when it drops a bit.

Thanks OP.
Astute observation. It's also not $160-200.

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Goddamnit I just bought this 2 days ago on eBay for $140 shipped etc. Great price! TU

Edit: I also looked at the XR and the Pistol Grip models. Obviously those were at least $150 tool only. The dcs334 has a variable trigger AS WELL AS a max speed dial. The dcs335 has a dial to control speed and the trigger acts as just an on/off switch[thanks dFreezy for the correction]. That may be something to consider for some. This is a great deal for a solid cordless jigsaw.
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Not XR
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Not XR
Astute observation. It's also not $160-200.
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FWIW, I found this and decided to wait:

https://beltsandboxes.com/dewalt-...4-upgrade/

Sounds like the XR is a serious upgrade over this, and as I don't have any jigsaw, I guess I'll wait to get the XR when it drops a bit.

Thanks OP.
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FWIW, I found this and decided to wait:

https://beltsandboxes.com/dewalt-...4-upgrade/

Sounds like the XR is a serious upgrade over this, and as I don't have any jigsaw, I guess I'll wait to get the XR when it drops a bit.

Thanks OP.
Haha. I'm doing the same thing, but figured others may not care about that. This is a nice deal for a good tool.
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Edit: I also looked at the XR and the Pistol Grip models. Obviously those were at least $150 tool only but what sold me on this model was the trigger controlled speed. The others two have a dial to control speed and the trigger acts as just an on/off switch.
The DCS334 (XR version) does actually have a variable speed trigger in addition to the dial which just sets the max speed. I believe the DCS335 barrel grip doesn't have a trigger, just the on/off switch and speed dial.
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The DCS334 (XR version) does actually have a variable speed trigger in addition to the dial which just sets the max speed. I believe the DCS335 barrel grip doesn't have a trigger, just the on/off switch and speed dial.
my mistake. thanks for the correction!
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Has anyone tried this and the Ryobi Jigsaw and would be willing to provide any feedback? Both have up to 3000SPM, 4-Orbital Position, 1" Stroke Length and goes 0-45 deg. It appears they are both brushed, but the HD/Ryobi right now has the deal where you can get 2x 4ah batteries, charger, bag and jigsaw for only $99.
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Has anyone tried this and the Ryobi Jigsaw and would be willing to provide any feedback? Both have up to 3000SPM, 4-Orbital Position, 1" Stroke Length and goes 0-45 deg. It appears they are both brushed, but the HD/Ryobi right now has the deal where you can get 2x 4ah batteries, charger, bag and jigsaw for only $99.
I have no experience with Ryobi, but there is a current deal for an 18V cordless Ryobi reciprocating saw for $16. If that says anything. I'm let you decide.

If you aren't yet part of the DeWalt ecosystem, the Ryobi set sounds decent. You could always use it for a while and sell later, or continue building your collection with Ryobi.
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Has anyone tried this and the Ryobi Jigsaw and would be willing to provide any feedback? Both have up to 3000SPM, 4-Orbital Position, 1" Stroke Length and goes 0-45 deg. It appears they are both brushed, but the HD/Ryobi right now has the deal where you can get 2x 4ah batteries, charger, bag and jigsaw for only $99.
I don't own either, but can comment on a few advantages of the DeWalt:
1. Quicker/easier blade lock/release.
2. Bevel adjustment on the shoe is more precise with positive detent at 45
3. Has a cut line blower (which the Ryobi doesn't)
The first 2 are probably irrelevant for more people. The 3rd is a pretty important feature to me to keep good line of sight, but maybe not relevant to others. Having said that, it looks like they are otherwise near identical so i think a more important deciding factor would be whether you already have batteries for one system over another.
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I don't own either, but can comment on a few advantages of the DeWalt:
1. Quicker/easier blade lock/release.
2. Bevel adjustment on the shoe is more precise with positive detent at 45
3. Has a cut line blower (which the Ryobi doesn't)
The first 2 are probably irrelevant for more people. The 3rd is a pretty important feature to me to keep good line of sight, but maybe not relevant to others. Having said that, it looks like they are otherwise near identical so i think a more important deciding factor would be whether you already have batteries for one system over another.
Hmm, the website for the Ryobi P532 says it has "Powerful sight-line blower clears debris for more accurate cutting". Is that different from what you said about "cut line blower"? I am currently all yellow team, but considering getting some of the Ryobi to shore up lesser used tools because of the value proposition.
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Hmm, the website for the Ryobi P532 says it has "Powerful sight-line blower clears debris for more accurate cutting". Is that different from what you said about "cut line blower"? I am currently all yellow team, but considering getting some of the Ryobi to shore up lesser used tools because of the value proposition.
This dewalt has a blower? I have this and hate this jigsaw other than it being corded because anything i cut piles up around the blade and you can't see where you are cutting unless you are constantly blowing the debris out. I just looked at mine and it looks like it has a hole for a blower, but I can say that this thing has alway acted more like it has a wood magnet rather than a blower. the way it's designed it actually cups and holds more debris in than any other jig saw i've ever used. I just removed the blade and held my hand as close as i felt comfortable to see if any air was blown out of that hole and didn't feel anything. I also see people stating that in reviews. Maybe the fan was left out of everyone's jig saws?

Also, i think this one of the few dewalt tools that I have,(grinder and sawsall also) that doesn't have a light on it which would be extremely handy. The tool is handy and feels nice, but the amount of debris it collects makes it a pain to cut anything.
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