|General Warranty:||1 year parts/90 days labor|
|Handle Type:||D grip|
|Number of Handles:||1|
|Cord Length (ft.):||10 ft.|
|Blade Stroke Length:||1-1/8 in.|
|Guides & Instructions:|
|Toolless Blade Change:||Yes|
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||12.13 lbs|
|Package Contents:||Saw Blade, Case|
Ratings & Reviews
Choose this 12 Amp Corded Reciprocating Saw for Unmatched Power and Versatility
With its ability to handle construction, demolition and even odd yard jobs, this Craftsman Professional Reciprocating Saw is an unmatched powerhouse. An adjustable shoe gives you a clear view of the blade so you can cut in any position with ease. Choose from orbital or non-orbital action or lock the head in 90-degree increments for varying between different cutting actions.
Running on a powerful motor, this 12 Amp Corded Reciprocating Saw is trigger controlled to optimize blade speed to easily cut through everything from nail-embedded woods and metals to plastics and drywall. With tool-less blade changing, you can effortlessly switch between tasks increasing your overall efficiency and get work done quickly.
- Innovative 360 scrolling action in this Craftsman Professional Reciprocating Saw allows for steering through the cut with a more natural grip
- Weighing 8.9 lbs., it comes with a 10 ft. cord length offering enhanced portability
- Variable speeds and orbital action control lets you choose the most comfortable and effective setting for each task
- Tool-less, pivoting saw provides greater stability and depth-of-cut control with easy adjustment
- 1-1/8 inch blade stroke is best suited for faster cuts
- 1 year limited warranty from Craftsman
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on September 30, 2009
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Most Helpful Reviews
Stay away from this tool. The blade pop out whenever you do any kind of an angle.
i bought this because it does more then a regular reciprocating saw. the battery one i have runs down fast. this one not only does more, you don't have to worry about if you have enough battery to finish the job because its electric. it blew the breaker 3 times during use that was my fault i over worked the saw. let the saw do the work. if you push or pull to hard into the cut the saw will get hot & blow the breaker.
Lake in the Hills, IL
Purchased this for my husband who was pleased with the power and durable build of this saw. Comes with a storage bag and one blade, so depending on your project you may want to consider a blade expansion pack.
Overall this saw is great, very powerful and the adjustable scrolling blade and foot make it easy to keep optimum control of the saw and contact with the work surface. I opted for the 30 bonus blade package and got 15 of the same average wood scrolling blade and 15 of the same metal blade. I would not recommend that for the average DIY'er. Instead, I'd recommend buying the saw with a 10 pc craftsman reciprocating saw blade set.
I ordered the reciprocating saw online. It came in earlier then expected. We used it for some plumbing under the house. It worked excellent because of the rotating head.
This saw works awesome. I cut through my garage roof - 3/4" plywood then tar paper and 6 layers of tar and rolled roofing - like butter. The job ate blades but the saw didn't miss a beat. Rotating handle is an awesome feature too! GET ONE!!!!
Santa Rosa, CA
Long Valley, NJ
Warner Robins, GA
I bought this after reading a Popular Mechanics article, this saw performed mere points behind the Milwaulkee and is half the price. Cuts wood off pallets in no time.
Model 27224 is a tough reciprocating saw that can easily drive the longest and coarsest of blades. I have used mine for cutting the tops off of many 4X4 and 6X6 fence posts, and I have used it successfully for a non-conventional application: When excavating for fence posts or a sidewalk, use the coarse blades to cut the 2 or 3 inch roots that may be in the way - it beats only working with an axe or breaker bar. I have a small recip saw that I use for precise remodeling frame modifications. The 27224 has a rotatable cutting head (a scroll saw feature) that may be useful for specialized cuts, and it will clearly takeout essentially any conventional wooden structure,. With hacksaw-type blades, the 27224 will cut through nails easily. This is a large, well-built recip saw.
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