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Makita 18V Cordless LXT Li-Ion Recipro Saw XRJ01Z (BT) TOOL ONLY Certified Refurbished - $67.99

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Model XRJ01ZR
Makita 18V Cordless LXT Lithium-Ion Compact Recipro Saw (Tool Only)
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18V Cordless LXT Lithium-Ion Compact Recipro Saw (Tool Only) - XRJ01Z-R
Tool Only - Batteries and Charger Sold Separately
DETAILS & SPECIFICATIONS
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Variable speed (0 - 3,000 strokes per minute) combined with a 1/2 in. stroke length for faster and more efficient cutting.
Makita exclusive dual-position on/off switch allows for either paddle or trigger switch operation
Tool-less blade change system allows for faster blade installation and removal for increased productivity
Compact and ergonomic design at 15-5/8 in. long
Weighs only 3.9 lbs. with battery (sold separately) for reduced operator fatigue
Built-in LED light illuminates the work area
Ideal for a wide range of cutting applications
Rubberized soft grip provides increased comfort on the job
Equipped with Star Protection Computer Controls to protect against overloading, over-discharging and over-heating
Specifications

CSA Safety No
Power Source Cordless
Wifi compatibility No
Batteries Included 0
Variable Speed Yes
Bluetooth Compatibility No
Battery Type Li-Ion
Blade Clamp Type Tool Free
Weight 3.9 lbs.
Cutting Action Straight
Adjustable Shoe Yes
Case Included No
Length 15.625 in.
Motor Type Brushed
Voltage 18V
UL Safety Yes
Charger Included No
Height 6.5 in.
Stroke Length 1/2 in
Vibration Dampening No
ETL Safety No
No-Load Speed (SPM) 0 - 3000
Width 16.5 in.
Battery System LXT


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10% off with coupon BUYCERTREFURB ymmv
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Any body have this tool? How is the power on this thing?
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Quote from 21DrunKenMonKeY :
Any body have this tool? How is the power on this thing?
I'm the biggest makita guy out there and without a doubt this is their worst tool ever. just pathetic all around. cuts some things but I hope you're not in a hurry
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Wish it was brushless, I'd scoop one up for sure.
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Wish it was brushless, I'd scoop one up for sure.
Not sure why but some buyers don't prefer brushless in reciprocating saw.
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Quote from 21DrunKenMonKeY :
Any body have this tool? How is the power on this thing?
Just like the other guy. I have about 30 makita tools. This one is a dumpster fire. Get their full size brushless instead.
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10% off with coupon BUYCERTREFURB ymmv
Thanks, works
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Has anyone compared 18V compact saws like this with a 12V Milwaukee Hackzall? I really wanted the Fuel brushless 12V Hackzall, but for this price, I may give this a go. Thanks OP.
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1/2" stroke length on an 18V tool is pretty weak
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Has anyone compared 18V compact saws like this with a 12V Milwaukee Hackzall? I really wanted the Fuel brushless 12V Hackzall, but for this price, I may give this a go. Thanks OP.
I have both Milw and Mak. The Fuel is a beast for its size and voltage. Stick with the big Makita versus this tweener tool that does nothing really well.
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I'm the biggest makita guy out there and without a doubt this is their worst tool ever. just pathetic all around. cuts some things but I hope you're not in a hurry
Have you ever used the sub-compact recipro? I got one as part of a combo deal, and I like it
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I have this thing and it was a waste of $. The power is lame, and when I tried to use a larger blade it bent something in the retainer mechanism. I need to take it apart and try to fix it but I haven't bothered so far.
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I have both Milw and Mak. The Fuel is a beast for its size and voltage. Stick with the big Makita versus this tweener tool that does nothing really well.
Thanks. I've got a full-size 12 Amp corded sawzall, so I think I'll hold out for a deal on the M12 Fuel
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10% off with coupon BUYCERTREFURB ymmv
Dang, not working for me
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