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Makita

Model JR3050T

Internet #100594827

Store SKU #961437

Store SO SKU #1000128551

11 Amp Reciprocating Saw with Case

$99.00 /each
  • Soft grip handle with 2-finger trigger for increased comfort
  • Professional grade quality for long-term durability
  • Includes heavy duty case

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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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Just Makita Blades?

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Will any brand blades fit or just Makita?
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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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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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why only a one year warranty?

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I have looked at the warranty and wonder why only one year?
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From experience, you either pay upfront for a warranty that's included with the price of a tool or pay for a sometimes possible extended warranty. Generally, the more warranty the higher the price. Any way it's looked at you are going to pay for a warranty of any sort included with the tool or not.
I've had one year warranty tools last over 10 - 20 years and had longer warranty tools barely last Read More
From experience, you either pay upfront for a warranty that's included with the price of a tool or pay for a sometimes possible extended warranty. Generally, the more warranty the higher the price. Any way it's looked at you are going to pay for a warranty of any sort included with the tool or not.
I've had one year warranty tools last over 10 - 20 years and had longer warranty tools barely last warranty period.
Keep in mind warranties are only as good as the company selling or issuing them. Some companies either go out of business or quit selling tools. So, what good is that warranty?
Some warranties are almost basically worthless and only provide refund of original price paid.
Keep in mind warranties are not much different than some insurance policies. Sometimes they're not worth the paper they're printed on. Sometimes sending in $10.00 to repair a $20.00 tool or waiting over 10 weeks for possibly repaired tool is not too efficient. Sometimes better off to pocket or bank the difference for a cheaper warrantied good quality tool?
First best rule of thumb is to read what any warranty includes before purchase and not just for how long it is. Then, think of how long has the company itself been in business?
Makita has been in business in the U.S. since around the 1970's. Usually good tools. Have one over 20 years old. Warranty was only one year. Read Less
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January 5, 2016
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usually a product will be made to last longer. If there is a manufacturing problem, it will show itself within a month of use.
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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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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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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
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 Makita saw Very please with saw features and ease of blade replacement. July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The champion of saws. First of all, how can you force someone to write something about your product when the rating you are given should suffice? I simply said that I have nothing else to add at the moment. Enough said! May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great saw Very nice saw i have used it for lots of demo work and it always works great i like the adjustable shoe and the comfort it also comes with a nice case for storage which is nice you wont be dissapointed April 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Saw performed well I bought this to cut 3-inch copper drain in cramped space between joists and ducts. The saw worked well but could not make clean cut at one end because of copper supply pipe close to the drain pipe. Saw cuts quickly Also good with other materials. April 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent saw! Makita hit the nail on the head with this one. It's such a high quality saw I'm surprised they sell it for so cheap. I love the tool less blade change, the nice big 2 finger trigger with variable speed, the ergonomics it's very comfortable to use and I like the large rubber grip on the front of the saw, I also like that it keeps dust out of my line of sight and it's got power for days it has always done anything I've asked of it without hesitating! I also love that they included such a nice hard molded plastic case with it which also has a space for saw blades and even has a slot for the instruction manual! You can't go wrong with this saw it's a high quality powerful machine with great features and as a bonus a sweet carrying case, if you don't want to spend a fortune on a reciprocating saw but you still want good quality this is the saw for you, I've never seen a better saw in this price range!!! March 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good saw good price Overall very satisfied but got very hot cutting 2" cast iron drain line. I paused a few times to let cool down. Cast iron is the toughest stuff I've ever cut with a reciprocating saw so getting hot is understandable. March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Reciprocatingsaw. Finally had need for I reciprocating saw. Did a little research and bought this one. No regrets. Nice case. The variable speed trigger has a lot of dynamic range and is a must have. The quick release and lock for the blade is great. I think it may have a longer stroke than some other saws. I don't know the advantages or disadvantages of this, but just thought I would mentioned it. Has plenty of power. I can't think of any reason I would need a 15amp saw. February 11, 2016
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