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Makita JR3000V 6 Amp Variable Speed Reciprocating Saw

by Makita

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  • Variable speed (0 - 2,300 SPM) for precise cutting in a wide variety of materials
  • Powerful 6 AMP motor for continous operation
  • All ball and needle bearings for long tool life
  • Accepts standard 1/2" shank blades
  • Adjustable slide out shoe for longer blade life
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Technical Details
Part Number MP JR3000V VS
Item Weight6.4 pounds
Product Dimensions24 x 10.7 x 5 inches
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Item model numberJR3000V
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Included Componentscase
  
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Additional Information
ASINB00004YOLP
Best Sellers Rank #596,466 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.4 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 30, 2000
  
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From the Manufacturer

This recipro saw from Makita is variable speed for precise cutting of a wide variety of materials. You'll zip right through 2x4s with this powerful motor and long (1-3/16-inch) stroke for faster cutting. This Makita is designed with ball and needle bearings for longer tool life, and it accepts standard 1/2-inch shank blades. It has an adjustable slide-out shoe for longer blade life. Invert the blade for near-flush cutting. Makita made this one light (just 6.4 pounds) for operator comfort. And, it's double insulated for rugged portability. As always, Makita designed this saw to have remarkably little vibration. Your purchase includes one blade, a hex wrench, and a sturdy plastic tool case.

FEATURES

  • Variable speed (0 - 2,300 spm) for precise cutting in a wide variety of materials
  • Powerful 6 amp motor for continuous operation
  • All ball and needle bearings for long tool life
  • Accepts standard 1/2" shank blades
  • Adjustable slide out shoe for longer blade life
  • Blade can be inverted for near flush cutting
  • Lightweight (6.4 lbs.) for operator comfort
  • Double insulated

What's in the Box

  • 1 ea. Blade (#21, #22, #23)
  • Hex wrench (783202-0)
  • Plastic tool case (824412-1)

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Length of stroke: 1-3/16"
  • Strokes per minute: 0 - 2,300
  • Amps: 6.0 (115V)
  • Overall length: 15-3/4"
  • Net weight: 6.4 lbs.
  • Shipping weight: 14.0 lbs.

Product Description

From the Manufacturer This recipro saw from Makita is variable speed for precise cutting of a wide variety of materials. You'll zip right through 2x4s with this powerful motor and long (1-3/16-inch) stroke for faster cutting. This Makita is designed with ball and needle bearings for longer tool life, and it accepts standard 1/2-inch shank blades. It has an adjustable slide-out shoe for longer blade life. Invert the blade for near-flush cutting. Makita made this one light (just 6.4 pounds) for operator comfort. And, it's double insulated for rugged portability. As always, Makita designed this saw to have remarkably little vibration. Your purchase includes one blade, a hex wrench, and a sturdy plastic tool case.

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By "morethanacarpenter" on June 3, 2001
I owned one of these for 2 years, putting it through some rigors, before it was stolen. The clamp is the weakest part of the tool. The plastic hex-key clamp on the cord does work ..... so long as you use it.
I just bought another to replace it. I know what this tool can do.....anything I want it too.
I've read poor reviews on re-cip saws with orbiting heads. This has none. I usually put the blades in upside down so the cord stays out of the way.
The blades that come with a new saw are worthless. Make sure you buy separate blades when purchased new.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bob Bee on January 25, 2001
I must start of by saying I have a reason to be partial to my 3000V. I got it brand new at at one of those wholesale clubs for $33. No kidding. It must have been some kind of pricing error, but that's the price I got it for. The trigger sticks for some reason when it's cold (it isn't a fluke - the other two purchased at the same time do the same thing), but aside from that, it is a good value and cuts qutie well. The cheesy high carbon (or whatever pot-metal they are) metal-cutting blades it came with both shattered, but if you use bi-metal blades, this saw does everything you need. Also, this saw is very easy to use for any length of time because of a good couterbalance to counteract vibration.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tim Lavrouhin on May 2, 2002
If you've ever used a "Sawzall" or similar product, you know that the biggest drawback of any of these guys is vibration. These puppys just want to jump all over the place. Makita is famous for making vibrationless tools, and this is no exception. As soon as you pull the trigger, you'll notice how quiet this saw is. The biggest problem is the allen screw chuck, which is typical of all makes. There is now a keyless chuck model. I reccomend it. Still, unless you are changing blades alot, it's not a big deal. For remodeling. this tool is a must. Why force and split a 2x4 out of a frame when you can simply cut the nails and slide it out undamaged. Need to install a roof jack in a 2x6 T&G roof? This saw will cut circles around any thing else (litteraly). I don't use this tool every day, but when I need it, nothing else will do.
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