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Makita 11 Amp Reciprocating Saw with Case
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Makita

11 Amp Reciprocating Saw with Case

  • Soft grip handle with 2-finger trigger for increased comfort
  • Professional grade quality for long-term durability
  • Includes heavy duty case for job site convenience
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The Makita Reciprocating Saw is ideal for cutting metal and wood, drywall, plaster and plastics, as well as remodeling and demolishing. It combines a powerful 11 Amp motor with less weight at only 7.3 lbs. for all-day use and improved performance. It also has a 1-1/8 in. blade stroke for efficient cutting.

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  • Includes a tool case (824734-9), blade (723054-A) and blade (723066-A)
  • Variable-speed trigger from 0 to 2800 SPM for precise cutting in a wide variety of applications
  • Tool-less blade change and shoe adjustment for fast blade installation and removal
  • Well-balanced design for extended use and reduced operator fatigue
  • All-ball and needle bearing construction for longer tool life
  • Large 2-finger trigger for your convenience
  • Soft grip and handle for increased comfort and control
  • Built-in dust blower system to clear debris from the line of cut for improved visibility
  • Double insulated
  • 1-year manufacturer warranty
  • Includes: tool case (824734-9), blade (723054-A), blade (723066-A)
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Cordless/ Corded Corded Corded Corded Corded
Power Tool Features No Additional Features Case Included,No Tool Blade Change No Tool Blade Change,Variable Speed Case Included
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Just Makita Blades?

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April 25, 2016
Will any brand blades fit or just Makita?
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October 4, 2016
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Makita blades are quality blades just like their tools but other blades will work as well as the blades are universal fit.
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most are universal
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August 19, 2016
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Reciprocating saw blades are nearly all universal fit with only one exception that I know of. That's with the dual saw. It takes two blades at once that are connected with a small pivot point and I believe even it takes the standard blades although I haven't verified that yet.
Basically, your Makita or most any reciprocating saw should work fine with most any good quality brand blade. The correct type Read More
Reciprocating saw blades are nearly all universal fit with only one exception that I know of. That's with the dual saw. It takes two blades at once that are connected with a small pivot point and I believe even it takes the standard blades although I haven't verified that yet.
Basically, your Makita or most any reciprocating saw should work fine with most any good quality brand blade. The correct type of blade makes all the difference in the world with most any tool. Cheap quality blades are accidents waiting to happen. Read Less
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April 30, 2016
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Yes as far as I know, I use Diablo blades in mine and they work great!
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All standard blades work. I use Diablo blades.
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Can I insert blade upside down?

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sawz all blades will not fit into the chuck when inserted upside down.
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no
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February 4, 2016
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No, it is not recommended to insert the blade upside down.
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No, we do not recommend you insert the blade upside down in to your Makita 11 Amp Reciprocating Saw (JR3050T).
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11 amp or 15 amp for hot tub demolition

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can this 11-amp saw cut through a fiberglass/wood/pvc hot tub or do I need a 15 amp model. I'm getting rid of an old hot tub and need to cut it up to be picked up by sanitation dept.
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I wound up buying the Makita 11 amp model with various blades . It cut through fiberglass, metal, PVC, and wood like butter.
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while the 15 amp model is more powerful, the 11 should do the job just fine depending on the brand, remember that when buy cheap you get cheap quality .
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May 10, 2015
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This product I ready to use for Install Door and frame. Remove old door easy . It is 11 amp. This Product I bought last month from HomeDepot.
This product you can cut anything you want. You have to change saw blade , if you cut metal have to use metal blade. tile to change Diamon saw blade . . .You do not to use higher amp .
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Both the 11 AMP and 15 AMP Recipro Saws are engineered for demolition applications in fiberglass, wood, PVC, and more. The JR3070CT will be slightly more efficient with a longer length-of-stroke (1-1/4”), increased power (15 AMP), and Anti-Vibration Technology for reduced vibration.
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I can't get the locking mechanism to move to lock the blade in!

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I read the instructions and noted the unlock position. I inserted a blade but the mechanism will not move. What should I do?
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that depends on brand of tool, amount of use and years owned as well as rust and dirt clogging the blade chuck . Sometimes a little lubrication like 3 in one oil helps to loosen so mechanism moves freely, if this is a new too I suggest bring it back to where purchased and have a knowledgeable personnel show you how to insert blades properly.
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Usually you can check your manual for proper use, not all tool brands operate the same way and use different ways to install blades.
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We're sorry to hear that you're experiencing problems inserting your blades into your tool. If your tool is not performing as described in the owner's manual that came with your tool, we would recommend that you take it into your closest Makita Factory Authorized Service Center for warranty repair. You can contact the Makita Call Center at (800)4-MAKITA and they can refer you to a Service Center near Read More
We're sorry to hear that you're experiencing problems inserting your blades into your tool. If your tool is not performing as described in the owner's manual that came with your tool, we would recommend that you take it into your closest Makita Factory Authorized Service Center for warranty repair. You can contact the Makita Call Center at (800)4-MAKITA and they can refer you to a Service Center near you. Read Less
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great deal made shopping. Purchased this tool after my old and cheaper brand failed me and now I am impressed with my new purchase. After my old tool which was a much cheaper brand broke, the lever for blade release snapped off while I was changing blades so I went to Home Depot to buy another. Makita has a reputation as a quality and long lasting tool used in the construction Industry as well as home owner use so I knew it would be the right tool for my home projects. I look forward to many years of use with this tool October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Makita electric reciprocating saw I am very happy with this saw. I am using a diablo pruning blade to cut down bamboo in my backyard. I am using a 12 gauge 100 ft extension cord to reach the bamboo. It has preformed well and I am making progress with this fall project. I wish I had waited a week later since I could have saved myself ten dollars off my purchase with the Columbus Day sale promotion. This is my third makita tool and all have been quality tools. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It Works!!! Cut hole in a door to install a Doggy Door! So easy to use this with the Circular type blade. Quick and easy!! May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Only used once, but worked well I have only used it once, but it had great reviews and seems to be solid and work quite well. I liked that it had a button to keep it on as needed for cutting at an awkward angle. (Not all of them have that feature.) October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Got the job done Had all the power to get the task done. Nice heavy case. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I needed More power than I expected. I had a warped nut on a car I had to cut off. This saw made quick work of it. September 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Reciprocating Saw on the market. It's a Makita, honestly - what else is there to say? It's better than any of the other reciprocating saws I've ever used. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Makita saw Very please with saw features and ease of blade replacement. July 5, 2016
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