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Model # R7358

Internet # 204011738

Corded Combo Kit (5-Piece)

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Model # R7358

Internet # 204011738

Introducing for a limited time this all in one AC power tool combo kit. Never again worry about running out of power when all the tools needed are complete in one kit. You will be ready for any job with this assortment. The 5 piece kit is a value saver verses purchasing each item separately. This combo kit makes a great gift idea for the holidays.

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  • Available online only while supplies last
  • Kit includes: 6-1/2 in. fuego framing circular saw corded JobMax, 1/4 in. sheet sander, 3/8 in. drill and 1-handed Reciprocating Saw all packed in one kit
  • Fuego one handed reciprocating is equipped with variable speed of 0 - 3,500 strokes per minute (spm) for precision cuts and compact design to fit in tight spaces
  • AC jobmax accepts all jobmax attachments to cover any application
  • Fuego circular saw is the most lightweight and fastest cutting saw on the market
  • 1/4 in. sheet sander features air guard which is an on-board active dust collection system that helps provide a clean work environment
  • 3/8 in. drill features an 8-amp motor for powerful performance
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
24.803 
Product Height (in.) 
11.614 
Product Width (in.) 
9.921 
Details
Case Included 
Yes 
Color Family 
Orange 
Cord Length (ft.) 
Corded Tool Type 
Combo Kit 
Cordless/ Corded 
Corded 
Number of Tools Included 
Power Tool Product Type 
Corded 
Product Weight (lb.) 
29.170 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Included 
Multi-Tool,Sander,Reciprocating Saw,Drill,Circular Saw 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Lifetime Service Agreement with Registration 

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Brand: RIDGID
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Number of Tools Included: 5
Cordless/ Corded: Corded
Reconditioned: No
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Corded v. battery

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I'm a new homeowner, not the most hands on but want a good starting point - should I go corded or battery powered?
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In my opinion, if you like dealing with charging and recharging batteries all the time. Running the risk of them going dead right in the middle of you job and having to wait to do the job later than a Battery powered unit is okay. I have some battery powered tools and I love them for the fact that you can get and go, instead of trying to find an outlet or extension cord. But I have also been right in the Read More
In my opinion, if you like dealing with charging and recharging batteries all the time. Running the risk of them going dead right in the middle of you job and having to wait to do the job later than a Battery powered unit is okay. I have some battery powered tools and I love them for the fact that you can get and go, instead of trying to find an outlet or extension cord. But I have also been right in the middle of a job when my battery died and my other battery didn't charge correctly. Plus you always run the risk of the batteries going bad and having to replace them, and they aren't really that cheap. If you want to get a saw, sander or other similar tool then get corded. If you want to get a drill then get cordless. Read Less
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I would recommend starting with corded tools, they have more power and don't need to be recharged. As you increase your tool collection you can add cordless for times when your not close to an outlet. And I highly recommend going with Rigid. There lifetime service warranty is hands down the best out there.
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Unfortunately, we have no way of anticipating your possible future needs, so we cannot advise on one over the other.
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when will i be able to get this product for this price again?

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I'm sorry, this is a question best directed to your local Home Depot.
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What does the Jobmax in this kit come with, just the bare tool or the starter kit accessories?

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The RIDGID R7358 combo-kit contains the JobMax flex system head #R8223404, which contains a sanding pad, and one each of 60, 80, and 120 grit sandpaper, a flush cutting blade, and a wood/metal cutting blade.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 93 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by My opinion on the front clip problem Tonight I was using my sander and i couldn't help but think how great it was (at first). The paper is easy to change, it came with a case, and IT DOES COME WITH A HOLE PUNCH! Then i started having the front of the papers pop out of the sander. At first i thought it was fluke but then it started happening all the time even with new sheets. I went online and googled the problem and came to the review at this site. Yes the reviews are correct you will eventually start to have this problem with the product. I have had my sander a while and some people say 10 hours before the problem starts to happen. I can't say if it is 10 hours but it will start to happen. I am sorry rigid, for that reason, this is a product defect. Read on to find out the cause.... I couldn't understand why a product would work fine for so long and then just start letting the front of the paper go. There had to be a reason, and, here is what i think it is.... 1. IF you pull the front clip open as far as it can go you will see that where the clip contacts the paper it looks rough and maybe white and hazy. From repeated use the soft plastic clip starts to get very rough which leads to point 2. 2. I notice (IMO) than when the front clip is worn and rough it actually pushes the paper away from the clip when it tries to clamp down. This little push causes the paper to move forward and the clip does not have as big a "bite" on the paper any longer. It is the rough edge of the clip pushing the rough side of the paper forward. When the clip is newer it slides over the top of the paper. Perhaps the spring is a little stronger but read on to see a work around. Read point 3 for THE band aid FIX! 3. Yes i have sort of a fix for this, that is until i get this sander in for service. Given that the clip used to be smooth and the sandpaper rough i needed to find a way to make it that again. What i did (more to test my theory) was to take a some black shinny glossy duct tape and cut a strip about 1/2 inch wide. I then taped over the tip of the sand paper with the tape on both the front and back of the sand paper (folding it over at the end). You only need to do this on the front of the paper. Now 2 things seem to help in doing this. a.) The paper is a bit thicker perhaps addressing a weakened spring and b.) the clip now making contact with the smooth shinny tape slides on the paper and does not cause it to push the paper forward any longer. I have used this workaround on at least 8 quarters of paper and it has not let go once. This clip issue is a big problem and if i had to buy a sander again i would look for one with 2 clamp clips like the rigid has on the back of the sander. Sure my fix idea slows down paper changes but and no contractor is going to cut little pieces of duct tape for each piece of paper. I do it cause it works and lets me still use the sander. I will still be contacting service to test out this "legendary" Rigid warrenty About the comments on the dust collection. It is true this little bag does not catch much dust at all. The fan of the sander seems to blow more air out the side of the sander than in the bag causing softer woods to make dust everywhere. The truth of the matter is that i like the way this sander feels in my hand and its performance. That is what the rep sold me on when i bought it and to that effect it lives up to those two qualities. I generally use a vacuum on mine so the bag doesn't bother me as much and i don't know what other sanders perform like but with a vacuum attached there is little to no dust on the project. It does get annoying when i get into tight spots and i have to take the hose off. I own many rigid and dewalt products. All of my rigid products are great with the exception of this one. I would buy any of them over again with the exception of this sander. The shame of it is that if this sander did a better job with the dust and holding the paper it would be a 10 out of 10 for me. oh and PS if any one from rigid is reading this, every one of my orange tools has a case except your belt sander. YES it matters. Thanks for reading May 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Same issue as all the others I purchased this product to replace the DeWalt model I borrowed from my father. Never have I been so unhappy with a RIDGID product. The front sandpaper holder is WORTHLESS, it holds coarse grit sandpaper OK for a while but it wont hold really fine grit paper AT ALL. Now its down to being very little better than a corded paperweight. I will be replacing this with a different brand very soon. This is very sad as I tend to be very loyal to RIDGID in all my tools i.e. Currently owned, Belt Sander, Random Orbital, 1/4 sheet pad, 3 piece air compressor, 1/2 inch 18 volt compact drill, 1/2 inch 18 volt hammer drill, 18 volt X4 impact driver, 18 volt X5 impact Driver. I feel that RIDGID needs to make a design change ASAP for the hold down or they wont be able to sell any sanders at all. March 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Avoid - Faulty Product As per all other reviews here, this sander works great for a few hours of use. After 10hrs or so, the front clip will stop holding sandpaper rendering it essentially useless. A secondary, but minor, issue is the sawdust collector. It doesn't work at all. The sander did perform well before this issue, but DO NOT BUY, as the front sandpaper holding clip is essential. This sander is now a useless piece of equipment, and I'm hoping it will be replaced, as it's clearly a design defect. For reference: My entire tool collection is Rigid. All other products I own from the company are excellent. I've also used them 10x more than this sander, and they are bombproof. This is the ugly duckling of the product line January 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Combo Kit for the price I love these tools. I have only had them for a few weeks now, but I have thuroughly enjoyed having them there for the jobs I need them for. I have used the drill which has far surpassed my expectations. The Sander is something I have used multiple times and is does an exceptional job. I had another a skill sander that took me three times as long to do the same kind of work. This sander Rocks. The circular saw works great, but I have only used this once, and the auscilating tool is awesome. This tool is the main reason behind buying this combo kit is that this is regularly $99.00. With all of the other extra stuff it in, it is an excellent deal and a great buy. I am very satisfied with the quality of the tools and the value. January 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Time Saver / Easy To Use / Prevents Damage I had used a similar product that a friend purchased from a discount tool manufacturer, and it put me off this type of tool for a couple of years. Then I had a chance to use this one that another contractor had on the job site, and I changed my mind, so I bought one. I had to install a couple of junction boxes inside kitchen cabinets, to wire up under cabinet lighting. In order to not damage the area around the boxes, and cut the holes precisely, I used this tool to cut the holes, and it worked awesome! Previously, I would drill holes at the corners and try to cut them out with a Sawzall or jigsaw, and would damage the area around the cutout, now, I can cut nice, clean, holes, without doing any damage to the inside of the cabinets. Next, I will be looking at getting different heads to add to this tool, mainly the Right Angle Drill and Auto-Hammer. December 11, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Same problem as most people the sand paper will not hold in the front clip anymore. I would like rigid to respond to all the complaints about the sand paper not holding in the front clip anymore. Is this a defect? Will they stand by their product and send out a complimentary replacement part? Thank you. December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Don't know how I ever got along without it... I got one of these in 2011 when I was doing some work at home,. We'd found some bug damage after gutting a room and had to cut out a door header to replace it. That's when I got this tool and it was a godsend. Then it came in handy for cutting all the drywall outlet holes and so much more. All that was just with the multi-tool head. Recently, I had a need for a close quarters drill and so I got that attachment. Again, the right tool for the job with plenty of power to drill and drive screws in close quarters. Recently, I had close quarters hammering so I got the hammer head. I can't say enough good things about this tool except that I wish I had this a long time ago. It would have made many things much easier for me over the years. November 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by front clip doesnt hold sand paper we used the sander about 3-4 years ago for about 10 hours. total. we decided to use it again this year and it won't hold sand paper on front of unit the back holds well but not the front. start sanding and it kicks out the paper. also you can't find any paper with holes. I have a Makita and they gave you a hole punch for the sander. this one didn't give you that. October 30, 2015
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