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Model R86447N

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Fuego One Handed Recip (Tool Only)

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Available only online, introducing the RIDGID X3 One Handed Recip console. Now with console only tools every consumer has the options to add on to existing kits or create their own. The X3 one handed recip features a built in LED light to get into tight spaces and finish the job with ease. Its one handed ergonomic grip provides maximum comfort during long periods of use. The two finger trigger lets users adjust their speed to the cutting application they need the saw for, providing more versatility of use and more control over speed. Backed by the Lifetime Service Agreement, this tool is built to last.

  • Tool free blade changes makes changing blades faster and easier
  • One handed ergonomic grip maximum comfort for extended use
  • LED Light for illuminating dark work spaces
  • Lifetime service agreement
  • Batteries and Charger Sold Separately,this item works with these batteries (AC840083, AC840085, AC840084 and AC46182) and chargers (AC470013 and AC840093)
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why this cordless recip is not available in the store?

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riverside, ca
October 2, 2012
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Orlando, FL, USA
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December 24, 2013
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because Home depot doesn't cater to Diy's you have to buy it online. They can't make any money selling these tools seperate according to a helpless home depot employee. Too bad but, that is how I got mine and is free shipping 97.00 no tax, so your better off buying on line.
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December 13, 2012
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They want to sell you a combination tool.
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November 6, 2012
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Because you order it on-line.
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You will need to contact the master distributor for this product which is Home Depot. It is up to the stores on which product they choose to sell. If they do not carry it they should be able to order it in for you or get it from a store that does carry it.
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Does it take standard Sawzall blades?

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September 13, 2013
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December 24, 2013
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yes. all standard metal and wood
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September 14, 2013
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Yes, all sizes from many manufacturers. It has a keyless chuck, which rotates to disengage the locking pin. Keep this part of the tool lubricated if you use it on wet pipes or on sill plates.
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September 13, 2013
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Yes, it uses all standard sawzall blades, that's one of the many good features of this tool. Please keep in mind that it only has a stroke lengh of 1/2".
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I have a solid 8" thick wood wall in which I need to cut a 9 or 10 inch hole for a stove pipe. How many inches deep will this saw go?

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September 3, 2013
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only 4 - 1/4 inches . I am in re-mods and the best thing for this is an electric small chain saw. they sell tree trimmers that cut 12 inches and are perfect for this. Unless you can get around the corner with the saw , its never going to happen
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I am not 100% sure you will get that deep! It really depends on how long of a blade you can find. The saw has done a lot for me. I haven't had a problem with cutting anything with it. However, 8" thick 9-10" long I am not so sure you will find a blade for that! Good luck
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This saw is rather powerful for what it is, small and designed for one hand use. Keep in mind that 8" thick solid wood is rather thick and you may need a regular corded sawzall. The blades that you would use with the Fuego saw are the same blades that you would use on any other sawzall, long or short for wood or metal. The difference with the Fuego is that the blade "throw" is only 1/2" long.
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Can you buy this saw with battery and charger

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yes but not in the stores. also on -bay
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No this saw is only sold tool only through Home Depot.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 50 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Saw I originally purchased this saw because when trimming fronds off of date palms and mexican fan palms I wanted to use a power saw to speed things up, but I could not disinfect a chainsaw to my satisfaction. With the reciprocating saw, I could simply change the blade between trees with a clean blade. The blades could also be cleaned as good or better than a hand saw. This saw console was also cheaper than buying a long extension cord for a 15 amp sawzall and since I already had the batteries from a Ridgid drill I figured I would give it a try. I equipped it with a pruning blade and it trims all of the trees with ease. The battery life is plenty long enough for doing normal trimming jobs of branches, fronds, etc. The main drawback to this saw is it is a little back heavy with the motor and battery both at the end. This is not a serious drawback since the saw has plenty of utility. For the heck of it I even cut an entire hardwood tree that had a foot thick trunk down into logs. With such thick wood the batteries ran out kindof fast and the saw was of course not as fast as a chainsaw but it's not like this saw was designed for that job anyway. Just the fact that this little saw was able to tackle that job was amazing in itself. December 15, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best tool ever The fact that this tool is discontinued is a disgrace. Unbeleivable August 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Paid for itself the first time out !! Bought a Ridgid tool kit and this saw was part of the kit. The first time I used it, I was shortening conduit runs to install a new A/C units on seventeen Portable Classrooms. Working in the ceiling with all the existing A/C duct work, electrical and insulation, it was pretty tight. This saw was perfect for this job, I could get right up in the ceiling undo the conduit straps after pulling the wire back and cut the conduit to it's new length without removing it first. It saved me at least 8 - 10 hours on the job. On that job alone this saw paid for the whole tool kit. That was five years ago and the saw, as well, as the rest of the tools are still going strong. October 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hot knife through butter! I didn't know what to expect from a one-handed recip saw. I was impressed with the quality feel and heft. It came with a all purpose blade but I loaded it up with a 6" metal demolition blade and sawed my bike in half. The one-hand design allowed me to steady the bike with one hand and cut with the other. Try that with a bigger saw--it can't be done! It cut through that thing like hot knife through butter...what-what! Now I don't have to repeat that miserable 1 week biking vacation (it'll be fun!) ride with my wife next year. Thank you Rigid for making a quality saw and ending the pain of future bike rides. November 6, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Plenty of power! I was hesitant to buy the one handed model over the full size saw fearing it would lack the power I needed in a saw.after reading the reviews I decided to try it out & see for myself.While waiting for it to be shipped I borrowed my brothers full size (yellow competitor) to demo an old shed,& take down some bushes.Didn't get halfway through & had already killed two batteries,while recharging the Rigid Fuego arrived UPS so I put it to the test.It ran through that shed & the bushes like Sherman through Atlanta & still had a charge on the first battery!I love this thing! January 25, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by One of the best tools I have This thing is a powerhouse! Small, great control, and powerful. Bought it, maybe, two years ago. I have owned several recip saws, this beats all hands down. Works great in small spaces and has a light at the end so you can see where you are cutting in shadow/dark areas. I have used in several room remodels, cut out plaster wall (cuts like butter), and roof repair. One of the best things is that you can hold it with one hand and it not get out of control. Comes with a durable soft case. If something happened to this I would buy it again in a heartbeat. August 3, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by goodbye Craftsman, hello Ridgid! This recip saw works great. It is compact, lightweight, powerful, has a long run-time, innovative "keyless-chuck", and a LIFETIME WARRANTY! Great for tree pruning! I picked up three separate Ridgid cordless tools: Compact 1/2 drill/driver, one hand recip saw and the x4 circular saw and sold my craftsman C3 cordless tools on craigslist last week. The ridged lithium ion batteries provide amazing power and run times on all three cordless products I bought. A++ October 16, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A capable alternative to a full size recip saw I like to travel light and most jobs do not require the power of a full size unit. This unit takes up minimal space in my bag and is great for a variety of jobs. The speed control is accurate and I share my batteries from my other Ridgid tools. Nice for plumbing - removing old pipe and drain lines and cutting the toilet hold down bolts off too. It has become one of my favorite tools in a very short time. How well it will hold up is uncertain but with the lifetime service agreement how bad can it be? March 27, 2012
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