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RIDGID JobMax 12-Volt Multi-Tool Starter Kit
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JobMax 12-Volt Multi-Tool Starter Kit

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The RIDGID JobMax System is the ultimate in versatility. Once you get this multi-tool in your hand, you will find a seemingly endless list of jobs that can be accomplished with it. Whether you are cutting wood, metal or plastic or sanding, the one-handed ergonomic grip gives maximum comfort. A drive gear cover limits vibrations and dampens sound. The best part is that you can use any brand's accessories with the universal adaptor.

  • Includes R8223400 power handle, R822304 multi-tool head, R86048 lithium-ion battery, R86049 30-minute charger, 2 drive gear covers, wood/metal cutting blade, segment saw blade, sanding pad, 5 pcs. of sandpaper, universal multi-tool accessory adaptor, Allen wrench, heavy duty contractor's bag and manual
  • Power handle with quick-connect interface accepts all JobMax attachment tool heads
  • Universal adapter compatible with all popular multi-tool accessories
  • Base allows tool heads to be positioned in 4 ways for comfort in tight or awkward spaces
  • Variable speed trigger allows up to 20,000 oscillations per minute with more speed control to match the application
  • Features an on-board fuel gauge to closely monitor battery charge
  • Also compatible with, but does not include, AC82058 3Ah battery
  • 3-year warranty and lifetime service agreement with tool registration
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Name JobMax 12-Volt Multi-Tool with Tool Free Head JobMax 12-Volt Multi-Tool Starter Kit 18-Volt LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Multi-Tool (Tool-Only) 20-Volt Max XR Lithium-Ion Cordless Brushless Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit
Brand RIDGID RIDGID Makita DEWALT
Ratings (50) (210) (39) (81)
Cordless/ Corded Cordless Cordless Cordless Cordless
Power Tool Features Attachments Included,Bag Included,Variable Speed Attachments Included,Bag Included,Variable Speed Keyless Chuck,Variable Speed Attachments Included,Bag Included,Keyless Chuck
Voltage (volts) 12 12 18 20
Reconditioned No No No No
Batteries Included Yes Yes No Yes
Number of Batteries Included 1 1 0 1
Oscillations Per Minute (OPM) 20,000 20000 20000 20000
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xtra battery

if i buy a xtra battery i have heard that the battery is only a 3 year warranty. I thought it says free parts -service and batterys for life? how can some batterys be lifetime or 3years .are they different ??
Asked by: Anonymous
The battery is the same but they only guarantee them if purchased with a tool. I posed this question to one of HD's field reps and he told me that if I took it to the manager, he would give me another one. The other possibility is to buy one of their cheaper tools and get another tool, battery and charger and they all fit each other. For me, an extra charger is nice to have; one in the shop, one on the truck.
Answered by: Carpenter
Date published: 2015-09-20

Battery operated or corded

I am stuck. I dont know weather I should buy the 12v Ridgid Jobmax or the corded Ridgid Jobmax. If I had this tool I would use it probably once a day. Please help.
Asked by: Tullyworkernick
I can use the 18v. version all day long on one charge and it is quite powerful. I find that having to drag out an extension cord is a hassle and there is no disadvantage to having the 18v. version.
Answered by: Carpenter
Date published: 2015-09-20

where can you buy sandpaper to fit the triangular sanding head, Home Depot doesn't sell it !!

Asked by: Anonymous
Have purchase mine at home depot. There are a lot of other brands of paper that will also work just fine
Answered by: Cudaman
Date published: 2015-09-20

How much does the Lifetime Service Agreement cost?

Asked by: Anonymous
Nothing. It is a part of the price of the tool. Just be sure to register it or there will be no Agreement.
Answered by: Carpenter
Date published: 2015-09-20
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JobMax 12-Volt Multi-Tool Starter Kit is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 210.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I have several Ridgid tools and have been happy with most but this JobMax Multi-tool Kit was a bi... I have several Ridgid tools and have been happy with most but this JobMax Multi-tool Kit was a big disappointment. I used it a couple times and the battery died. It does not hold a charge, I tried to get the battery replaced but they said it was registered incorrectly and could not replace the battery. How disappointing when you have the whole kit, register it and then they say it wasn't registered correctly so you on your own to replace the battery. What a joke! Anyone have any recommendations on a different manufacturer?
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from believe the batery issues I was luvky if i got 5 charges and the battery is no good
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Ocillating Tool Out There Oscillating tools IMO belong in every toolbox whether your a contractor like me or an apartment dweller. You can cut almost anything precisely from wallboard to Pergo to metal to Panduit to molding. It gets in places no other saw will reach. The sanding attachment, same thing. sands well into corners and is easy on fragile materials but is tough enough for lumber too. As for this kit, its as slim as they get with the 18V lithium battery and easy to handle. The kit is complete. It actually will fit in a toolbox and in the case it will fit in an apartment for use in home repairs or crafts. I paid $69 bucks when it was introduced and used it on the job for six month now. However I'm ready to buy my daughter one for her first apartment for $99 bucks without even blinking. The build quality is first class. The case, charger and accessories will pass even the most finicky tool buyer like myself full expectations.
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok for limited home owner use This tool is a neat concept and way to get multiple tools (combo kit cordless like) on the cheap. It should not be thought of as a replacement for combo kits for more than limited use. If you want to use the jigsaw attachment to cut a few boards, ok. Lite angle drilling works fine as well. It has real limitations that you should be aware of: 1) Only 1 12V battery > This is a severe limit. It really should come with 2 batteries particularly since it is 12V. 2) This is a 12V tool. > We have all gotten use to more power. 3) Carry back should be bigger. Ridgid doesn't necessarily mean commercial grade any more.
Date published: 2011-12-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst buy ever! Let me start by saying that I have many Ridgid tools, and I think they are a great value and stand up well in a work environment. That being said.... This tool has got to be the worst piece of junk that I have ever held in my hands. It worked great for about the first 3 minutes. When the battery was drained I thought, Good thing I spent $40 on another battery for this thing to use while the other one charges. After about 5 minutes, and another dead battery, I switched to another part of the project while the first battery finished charging. This went on for about 3 hours. Figuring maybe I was being to hard on the tool, I put it away for another day. I love the ridgid products, but this disappointment should never have hit store shelves. The second time I went to use it, the power would cut in and out with a depressed trigger. The head became loose and stopped being effective for the project. Had to buy another corded brand to finish the SMALL job. Might have been a good tool if was in 18 volt, and the idea as well as the cordless factor is brilliant. I've bought cheap throw away toys that have lasted longer. If I could give this -5 stars I would.
Date published: 2011-04-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worked for 6 months Tool worked amazing for 6 months, im a flooring installer, so i use it only to undercut door jambs, not heavy work at all. Today the tool just quit, battery said defective when i put it on the charger. So had to leave the job, drive to depot, bought the $70 bigger 12v battery, the small one sucks!!! Back to job, plug new battery in and the tool itself started smoking in my hand! Bam! For 20 bucks more could if just bought the tool over again. And this is what happens when you use a tool maid by RYOBI! Ridigd and ryobi are the same company just so ya know. Stick with what works. Dewalt, black and yellow all the way
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tool for what it's designed for / Poor Battery Life I have owned my Jobmax 12volt for over a year now and it is a great tool for what it is designed for. I have since purchased multiple attachments and I'm very pleased with the overall performance of this tool. I have used it for everything from trimming the base of a door frame for flooring to cutting a 2x4 base plate loose in a tight place. Granted I agree the battery life is poor, if you are running this thing wide open fast enough to drain the battery in a couple minutes you're probably using the wrong tool. Overall I dont agree with some of the negative reviews, but these are all individually based experiences and mine has been great.
Date published: 2012-12-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good tool but battery is no good The Job Max Multi-Tool is a great tool idea. The battery has a built in electronic shut down. If you do any work the tool will stop. It will restart monentary, but when start to use it again it will stop. The tool will not run long enough to get any work done. My brother and I returned both our kits. If wish Rigid would correct the battery issue. I would buy it aagain
Date published: 2011-08-20
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