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Skil 1.2 Amp Corded 16 in. Variable Speed Scroll Saw Kit with Built-In LED Worklight and 2 Blades
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Discontinued Skil

1.2 Amp Corded 16 in. Variable Speed Scroll Saw Kit with Built-In LED Worklight and 2 Blades

  • On-tool blade storage keeps blades handy when needed
  • Keyless blade change for fast, easy blade changes
  • 3-year limited warranty with registration
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Product Overview

An ideal addition to any benchtop workshop, the Skil 16 in. Scroll Saw with Light offers the right features for both the beginning and intermediate woodworker to make intricate cuts and patterns. The saw is designed with electronic variable-speed control to tackle a variety of materials, while an LED work light keeps your project illuminated for safe visibility. A keyless blade change offers fast and easy changes, and the onboard blade storage system keeps your blades handy for quick access.

  • Includes scroll saw and 2 blades
  • 16 in. x 10 in. work table tilts 0 - 45° for precise cuts
  • 16 in. throat allows for cutting thicker pieces
  • Integrated dust removal system keeps cut line free of debris
  • Articulating LED work light ensures that the workpiece is clearly lit
  • Dust port helps keep work area clean
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Name 1.2 Amp 16 in. Variable Speed Scroll Saw 1.2 Amp 16 in. Variable Speed Scroll Saw with Flex Shaft LED Work Light 1.2 Amp 16 in. Corded Scroll Saw 1.2 Amp Corded 16 in. Variable Speed Scroll Saw Kit with Built-In LED Worklight and 2 Blades
Brand WEN General International Ryobi Skil
Ratings (118) (3) (144) (50)
Blade size (in.) 5 5 5 5
Power Tool Features No Tool Blade Change No Additional Features No Additional Features No Additional Features
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade size (in.)
5
Product Depth (in.)
26
Product Height (in.)
14.5
Product Width (in.)
13.15

Details

Amperage (amps)
1.2
Color Family
Red
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Corded Tool Type
Specialty Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Keyless/keyed blade change
Keyless
Power Tool Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
34.6lb
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty, with registration

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Customer Questions & Answers

CAN I CUT A 5/8" THICK WOOD WITH THE 1.2 AMP 16 IN. SCROLL SAW? WHAT IS THE THICKEST SIZE I CAN CUT?

Asked by: QUESTION1
Yes, You can cut up to 2" thick.
Answered by: hairbrain
Date published: 2017-04-03

Can I use this to cut non-ferrous metals and can you give me guage limits?

Looking to use in my metal shop
Asked by: Rowan
I would not recommend this saw for cutting metal - the supplied blade is somewhere around 20 teeth per inch, and you would need a higher tooth count to cut metal accurately.
Answered by: RockvilleMD
Date published: 2017-04-02

does this saw vibrate a lot?

Also do you have to bolt it down?
Asked by: steve
Thank you for your question. We recommend that you firmly clamp or bolt the scroll saw to a stable, level workbench or table. There should not be excessive vibration.
Answered by: SkilToolsSupport
Date published: 2015-11-24

When you release the balde at the top does the bottom hold the blade in place

I'm wondering when you have to feed the blade through a drilled hole does the bottom stay in place or do you have to pull tension on it. I would p refer to be able to move from drilled hole to drilled hole easily without having to replace the blade at the bottom and top.
Asked by: VicksNiche
Thank you for your question. Both the upper and lower blade holder hold the blade in place. If you remove the top of the blade you would also have to remove the bottom of the blade.
Answered by: SkilToolsSupport
Date published: 2017-04-02
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Customer Reviews

1.2 Amp Corded 16 in. Variable Speed Scroll Saw Kit with Built-In LED Worklight and 2 Blades is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from DOES THE JOB I have been using this saw for over 3 months now. I use it to cut out all sorts of things for my business....crosses, doves, Easter items, hearts, and so on. I use Skil blades with it. I've not had a problem with maneuvering the wood through the blade. I am able to cut circles, tight places, and curves with ease. It works great for me. The light does vibrate and can be annoying. My work space is well lit, so it's not like I depend on that light. I'm happy with it and the price I paid.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Saw looked good when I pulled it out of the... Saw looked good when I pulled it out of the box. Put it on my table and did some inspection and was pleased to start. Installed blade and began to put tension on it. After a few turns the tension handle broke off. Looked and was made of cheap plastic. Returned and bought a dewalt.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works very smoothly and twice as quiet as an older saw that I own. Takes a little time to get us... Works very smoothly and twice as quiet as an older saw that I own. Takes a little time to get use to it; a beginner will catch on quickly. Thanks Skil
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk, I'm surprised Home Depot is selling it! I'd return t but some of the packaging got thrown out. Junk, I'm surprised Home Depot is selling it! I'd return t but some of the packaging got thrown out.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for detail cuts This little scroll saw does a great job on very fine, detailed cuts. It comes completely assembled, including the blade which was pre-tensioned correctly. There was also an extra blade in the box, which can be stored on the side of the saw in a little compartment so you always have extras. There is a built-in tube for blowing dust out of the working space, that can be hooked up to an air source (not included). There is also a way to hook up a vacuum to reduce dust. The built-in light is positionable, but only turns on when the saw itself is on. It would be nice to be able to keep the light on the whole time you are working, because most of the work is fine details. The light also moves quite a bit when the saw is on but still helps. The table was not set exactly to zero when it arrived, but we just used a torpedo level to set zero to be exactly horizontal. There is a little screw to adjust the angle finder (see picture). Also the screw that holds the top metal guide piece comes loose pretty easily, so watch that your metal guide piece doesn't migrate into the blade. Maybe a lock washer here would keep the screw from coming loose. We were able to do detailed cuts in 1/2" plywood, and 2" solid hardwood. Very happy with the cut quality, even in the thick wood. It is easy to tension the blade as needed, just be careful not to over-tighten it. Overall very satisfied with this scroll saw. Seems to be very well built, and should last a long time if taken care of.
Date published: 2013-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Scrolling is Adictive. Fun Saw This is my first Scroll Saw and I love it already. Before unboxing I read some reviews and was a little nervous that there may be more to setup than just switching a blade. It comes together easy and in my opinion does not need to be mounted on anything. The only thing you need is a combination square to make sure the blade and the cutting surface are square. I got started right away, I did like the variable speed knob although I was not quite sure when to use the fast or slow speed but it was addictive once I got going. My first project was a snowflake ornament I made with my son. (I have included a picture of it in this review) I think it came out pretty good and can't wait to get better at scrolling. Things I liked: The light The saw came with two blades The ease of switching the blades How easy it was to use right away
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice saw. Easy to use. Cuts well with low vibration and low noise. This 16-inch scroll saw from Skil comes fully assembled and is ready-to-use straight out of the box. A large, easy-to-locate on/off toggle switch in the front provides power and safety in case the saw needs to be powered down in a hurry. The adjustable blade guide helps to hold wood (up to 2-in. thick) in place and reduce vibration as well as to ensure that fingers are kept a safe distance from the saw blade, while allowing the work to be manipulated without visible obstruction. Also included in the box is an instruction manual, a standard saw blade (pre-installed) and a fine tooth saw blade, which can be stored in the convenient on-board compartment when not in use. The saw runs whisper quiet with little vibration at its lowest setting, allowing you to hold a conversation comfortably while working, but gets progressively more audible and produces more vibration as the volume of speed is increased. An adjustable-flexible LED lamp can be manipulated to illuminate your work space. While the lamp did vibrate at the higher speed settings, the light stayed focused on the work while the saw was in operation. The LED doesn’t throw much light and the beam is narrow, but the concentrated lumens are enough to be useful. Unlike other saws, scroll saws allow you to make intricate cuts, cuts at 90-degree angles and up to 45-degree bevel cuts. Pierce cuts are also possible by removing the blade and reinstalling it through your work. I’m admittedly not all that proficient with a scroll saw, lacking a lot of experience with using one, but was able to cut along my guide mark to make an intricate squiggle cut in a ¾-in. thick piece of pine trim board. The blade left a clean cut which required very little sanding. The settings also remained true and didn’t vibrate loose or require readjustment. This saw is ideal for finely detailed woodworking and art projects that are too intricate or involve cuts that are beyond the capabilities, or which cannot be easily achieved, by use of other saws. You could try to substitute a jig saw in place of a scroll saw, but my experience with jig saws is that they vibrate way too much, especially with stock thinner than ½-inch thickness, and require one hand to operate the saw while the other attempts to hold the work. The results with a jig saw wouldn’t be nearly as good as with a scroll saw. The construction of this saw is mostly aluminum, including the deck, which tends to scratch easily as you rotate material around the deck surface. Other parts are steel with knobs made of plastic, which will hold up over time if not over-tightened. At the base of the saw, near the controls at front, is a dust port for connection to a standard 1-1/4-inch shop vacuum hose to take saw dust out of your way. The pine trim board I was cutting produced a fair amount of fine saw dust, which was picked up and taken away by my shop-vac. My shop vac has a 2-1/2-inch diameter hose, so a reducer-adapter was necessary to make the connection. While I’m fairly content with this Skil scroll saw, as I removed the saw from its protective plastic, I noticed the welds on the saw’s upper arm were a bit crude in that file marks where welds were ground down were visible through the painted surface. This doesn’t affect performance, and is merely cosmetic, but I was surprised to see such a poor finish and felt it was worth noting. Overall, I think this a nice saw with a lot of good and thoughtful features.
Date published: 2013-12-05
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