Work With A Reciprocating Saw On Wood Video

What is a reciprocating saw for: selection, rating and reviews A short, but most informative educational program, telling in detail what a reciprocating saw is and what it is for. How to choose an inexpensive and good tool for home and permanent work.

Patriot RS 808

Quick release mount: yes
Speed ​​control: yes
Pendulum stroke: no
Soft start: no
Backlight: yes

Tool tips

Before choosing a model, the user must clearly decide for what and in what situations the tool will be used. If the equipment will be used rarely and only for household needs, you can purchase an inexpensive model. However, it should be said here that a low-power saw needs a pause in work every 20 minutes of continuous operation. A professional tool has a lot of power and many useful functions, however, its cost is quite high.

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When choosing a saw, the main thing to pay attention to is the power indicator. For household needs in a house or apartment, a 600 W instrument is quite suitable. As mentioned earlier, the greater this indicator, the greater the weight, therefore, the purchase of equipment with increased power (from 1000 W) is advisable mainly for construction. The choice of a reciprocating saw depends in part on the material being cut. If cutting not only metal, but also wood will be carried out, it is necessary to take a model with an adjustable cutting blade stroke. To reduce the strain on the hands, preference should be given to a tool with rubber pads.

A parameter that is important when using an electric tool is its safety. It is achieved with the following nuances in the equipment:

  • Double electrical insulation
  • Smooth start of equipment
  • Isolation from vibration
  • Instant tool stop
  • Restricting accidental launch

It is ideal if the purchased model contains all of the above functions, however, the cost of such a tool may not justify itself in the future.
It is worth saying a few words about the nuances of choosing a model depending on the needs of the user:

  • The basic model, designed to solve everyday problems in an apartment, will cost from 3,000 to 5,000 rubles.
  • A saw of medium power, which should be chosen by those who have a household farm with a large amount of vegetation, will have a cost of 5,000 to 8,000 rubles.
  • The powerful professional tool is more suitable for those who are going to use it in construction and demolition work. In this case, the price tag varies from 8,000 rubles.
  • If you need powerful professional equipment, the capabilities of which include cutting bricks or making a doorway in any wall, with the exception of monolithic concrete, the choice should be made in favor of an alligator saw. However, its cost is much higher than that of the models mentioned above. From 25,000 rubles.
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Thus, there are a large number of models of an electric tool that differ in power and functionality. To select a specific tool, it is necessary to determine how often and under what conditions the equipment will be used.

Einhell TH (TC).Ap 650 E

Quick release mount: yes
Speed ​​control: yes
Pendulum stroke: yes (constant)
Soft start: yes
Backlight: no

Makita JR3050T

Quick release mount: yes
Speed ​​control: yes
Pendulum stroke: no
Soft start: no
Backlight: no

Hitachi CR13V2

Quick release mount: yes
Speed ​​control: yes
Pendulum stroke: no
Soft start: no
Backlight: no

Aeg US 1300 XE

Quick release mount: yes
Speed ​​control: yes
Pendulum stroke: no
Soft start: no
Backlight: no