|Item Weight||9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24.2 x 10.9 x 4.8 inches|
|Item model number||DW304PK|
|Style||Saw with Bag|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||90-day money back, 1-year free service contract, 3-year limited warranty|
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DEWALT DW304PK 10 Amp Reciprocating Saw
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- This item is DEWALT DW304PK 10 Amp Reciprocating Saw
- Used for Handtools & Tool Organizers, Handsaws
- The produt is manufactured in Mexico
- 4-position blade clamp allows for flush cutting and increased versatility
- Powerful 10.0 Amp motor designed for heavy-duty applications
- Keyless lever-action blade clamp for quick and easy blade changes
- 0-2,800 strokes per minute and 1-1/8-inch stroke length deliver fast cutting
- variable speed trigger allows user to instantly control speed from 0 to dialed setting;
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|Dimensions||24.25 inches x 10.88 inches||27 inches x 11 inches||16.75 inches x 4.69 inches||19.81 inches x 4.63 inches|
|Item Package Weight||9.04 pounds||13.1 pounds||9 pounds||13.8 pounds|
|Voltage||230 Volts||240||120 Volts||120 Volts|
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Simplify framing projects with the four-position blade clamp and make flush cuts with ease. View larger.
A heavy-duty 10 amp motor and industrial-strength blade makes fast work of rebar. View larger.
A reciprocation saw mimics the back-and-forth motion of a handsaw that lets you quickly cut through wood framing, shingles, PVC pipes, and more. Plus a reciprocating saw fits into places where other saws can't go, making it a truly versatile addition to your professional tool kit.
This DEWALT reciprocating saw features a heavy-duty 10 amp motor and big 1-1/8-inch stroke length. This saw offers variable-speed control for application-specific performance, and it is capable of operating at speeds ranging from 0 to 2,800 spm.
Versatile, Convenient Blade Clamp Design
For versatility, the saw's four-position blade clamp allows you to choose the configuration that best matches your application. This unique feature gives you the ability to make flush cuts and put the blade in one of four different directions.
Fast, Keyless Blade Changes
When it comes time to switch to a different type of blade or replace a blade with a fresh one, the keyless lever-action blade clamp design allows for fast, easy blade changes--no special tools required.
Comfort Grip and No-Hassle Corded Power
Since comfortable handling contributes to better control and accurate cuts, this saw weighs an easy-to-maneuver 7 pounds and features a textured, anti-slip grip. The trigger provides easy access to variable-speed control.
A tool's only useful if it runs long enough to get the job done. This corded DEWALT tool eliminates the need to worry about recharging batteries or expensive replacement batteries.
This 10 amp reciprocating saw also comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money back guarantee.
What's in the Box
DW304PK DEWALT 10 Amp Reciprocating Saw and contractor bag.
|The DW304PK 10-amp reciprocating saw comes with a durable contractor bag for convenient storage and transport (click to enlarge).|
Top Customer Reviews
(a) It's made in Mexico. I don't have much of a problem with this, but it might be a little jolting to some to buy the DeWalt name, just to find out the tool was not made in the US.
(b) It doesn't seem as heavy-duty as the Sawzall models. If I were a working carpenter depending on this saw day in and day out, I'd probably buy the Milwaukee. But for the typical homeowner like me, this saw seems perfectly adequate.
(a) It seems to be a solid, well-built machine.
(b) The four-way blade chuck is a very nice feature. It's very handy for cutting in different directions. I believe that seasoned carpenters wouldn't need this feature as often, as they are used to using their saws every which direction. But, again, for us homeowners it's great.
(c) The price-performance is excellent. You'd have to pay twice as much to get a Sawzall with the capability in the previous item. I love tools, but I can't justify the extra expense given that I'll only use it now and then.
(d) It weighs about the same as the equivalent Sawzall model, and less than the Sawzall that lets you cut in different directions.
As somebody else noted, it only comes with one blade (a metal cutting one). So make sure you buy at least one more blade. If you're new at using a recip saw as I was, I'd recommend just buying the standard short DeWalt wood-cutting blade until you get used to using the saw. After that, go buy a 12" blade. You'll need that long blade, for example, for building a deck: for cutting through the centers of 6x6 timbers, because your circular saw won't reach all the way to the center.
It worked fine for about 1h of demo work, eventually the clamp developed a problem where it would not lock the blade in horizontal position (and I needed that the most to cut close to wall without bending the blade) anymore and releasing vertical lock was sometimes a challenge as well.
The clamp also became VERY wobbly to the extent that the blade was oscillating around like crazy.
The tool was returned and Lowes rep said this is not the first time this tool was returned to them for this or similar issue with clamp.
People keep comparing this to a Milwaukee, IMO generally speaking Dewalt tools are not as well made as Milwaukee, but you didn't pay a Milwaukee price for this saw either, y'all get what you pay for. Yes, I have a Milwaukee sawzall which I believe is better, but this Dewalt does something the Milwaukee doesn't, the 4 blade positioning comes in extremely handy especially when needing to make flush floor cuts.
I like this saw, glad I bought it, and recommend it to anyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome! The quick change blades are a huge benefit. The ability to have the blades turned sideways allows close cuts in almost any area. Read morePublished 1 day ago by J N
If you're hoping to make strait cuts with this saw consider buying a miter box.Published 2 days ago by oscar
I am a DeWALT fan and I have many of their things.
I needed to cut a bunch of frames and remove all the base lumbers. What a time consuming job. Read more