|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||7.3|
|General Warranty:||1 year parts/90 days labor|
|Number of Handles:||1|
|Cord Length (ft.):||8|
|Blade Stroke Length:||3/4 in.|
|Guides & Instructions:|
|Toolless Blade Change:||Yes|
|Blade Clamp Type:||Tool-less|
|Package Contents:||Saw Blade, Allen Wrench|
Ratings & Reviews
6-Amp Corded Reciprocating Saw Is Versatile Power
If nothing else will do the trick, add the Craftsman 6-amp corded reciprocating saw to your bag of tricks and you'll be back on track in no time. With speeds up to 2,700 rpm and a 3/4-inch blade stroke length, this saw has the power you need for construction, plumbing, demolition work, heating and air conditioning repair or jobs around the house. It can cut through wood, metal, drywall, PVC and more with ease.
Weighing in at a shade over seven pounds, the 6-amp corded reciprocating saw is easy to work with. Dual work lights boost visibility, while a tool-less blade clamp lets you work more efficiently. A soft handle lets you keep your grip no matter how long you're working with this high-performance saw.
- For tricky projects where every other cutting device has failed you, turn to the power and versatility of the Craftsman 6-amp corded reciprocating saw
- A six-amp motor and heavy-duty machined gearbox power the saw
- It has a variable speed range up to 2,700 rpm with 3/4-inch blade stroke length
- The adjustable shoe enhances stability and gives clear visibility of the blade in any position
- Increase work productivity with the tool less blade clamp and the dual LED work lights
- Eight-foot cord
- Weighs 7.3 pounds
- Includes the saw, blade, an Allen wrench and a manual
- One-year limited warranty
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
The worst craftsman purchase ever! Put blade in and pulled on it to make sure it was locked-in and it stayed in. But everytime I went to cut with it the blade would come out. I was really surprised with it being a craftsman product.
San Diego, CA
This reciprocating saw is decent -- it has OK power and is relatively light weight, however there are other good options out there as well. I had gotten this for a very good price however normally you can spend a few more bucks and get something else with more features (like a 12A reciprocating saw, rotating handles, etc). The ergonomics of this reciprocating saw aren't the best -- a pistol style grip works much better.
I have been using this saw to cut the branches off my trees and it has worked wonderfully. The blade is really easy to install and lasts a while. I use a long extension chord to reach my tress and have had no problems.
Like several of the other reviews mentioned, there is a design flaw where blade pops out while in use. I saw the other reviews prior to purchasing and thought other folks might have gotten a dud. Long and behold, it worked fine at first cutting through 1-2 inch tree branches and a fiberglass panel. Once it got to something heavier duty with more friction on sides of the blades like cutting wood embedded nails on a door frame, the blades pops right out every 2-3 seconds. Tried it with 3 different blades and the same problem occurred. Quite disappointing, but luckily Sears took it back for a full refund as it was under 30 days.
Commerce City, CO
My husband and i are new homeowners and we are trying to get some much needed tools,without breaking the bank. This purchase was an excellent value and it happened to be near fathers day. He used it right away,and loves it. I recommend it to anyone.
New Castle, PA
I purchased this saw to cut small branches and trees in my yard. An older person is able to handle it with little difficulty. It is better than a chain saw and better chances of not getting injured especially people who are taking a blood thinner such as I.
The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product.
San Jose, CA
Princeton Junction, NJ
Decent unit for the price. Perfect for minor jobs around the house. The only negative is that it is heavy and the unit vibrates a lot... but overall a good machine for a homeowner for moderate use.
I have only used this once since purchasing. I trimmed 1-2 inch branches on a tree. Worked good. As others mentioned, the blade came out 1 time. The blade is hot to the touch after use. Don't get burned. Hope to use again on larger branches soon.
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