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PORTER-CABLE 9750 Tiger Saw 11.5 Amp Reciprocating Saw with Variable Angle


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  • Combines two adjustable gear housings to handle any conceivable cutting situation
  • Rear gear housing adjusts as much as 180 degree with 13 positive stop locations for close quarters cutting
  • 8-1/2-inch in length at 90 degree
  • Front gear housing scrolls 360 degree with 12 positive stop locations
  • Full 1-1/4-inch cutting stroke length cuts more stock in less time than shorter stroke saws; Extra heavy-duty 11.5 Amp motor provides maximum power for all cutting applications
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Technical Details
Part Number 9750
Item Weight10.4 pounds
Product Dimensions20 x 9 x 5.7 inches
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Item model number9750
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000ASDMK
Best Sellers Rank #174,314 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.4 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 22, 2003
  
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Great for professional construction jobs, plumbing and electric professionals, and those dabbling in home renovation projects, the Porter-Cable 9750 Tiger Saw 11.5 amp reciprocating saw with variable angle gets the job done--from demolishing walls, to cutting fence posts, to whatever other use you can dream up. Change blades in mere seconds thanks to the Quik-Change keyless blade clamp; the front shoe's (also keyless) user-friendly design lets you make any necessary adjustments without struggle. For added efficiency, a powerful 11.5 amp motor packs a powerful punch at 0-2,900 strokes per minute, a variable speed that ensures consistency and control, while a cushion grip makes for more comfortable handling. With its 1-1/4-inch stroke, 180-degree joint adjustment, adjustable front and rear gear housing, and 360-degree blade rotation, the 9750 offers the solid performance that keeps your projects running smoothly. The tool also includes an operator's manual.

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Thomas B Williams
All I had to do with the 9750 was angle the saw in to a 90 degree angle and was able to lay the blade perfectly flat against the 2x4.
John Funk
Get's into those tight places and does a great job.
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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Chris Neil on June 2, 2004
I bought this saw a year about a year ago. I needed to cut a 2" cast iron pipe that came up vertically through a 12 inch square concrete hole. The cut had to be in the bottom of the hole and be at a perfect 90 degree angle. Theoretically the same cut could have been made with a modified hacksaw, but it would have taken 50 blades and two days. With this saw it took two blades and 10 minutes. This was the only power tool that could perform this cut, which it did with some effort on my part The important part was that this cut eliminated the need to delay the project for three days to remove a hot water tank and a three foot square area of concrete in order to use a standard reciprocating saw or grinder. Since then I have found this saw to work great as both a standard reciprocating saw and as a special purpose saw.
Most of the time this saw is used like any other reciprocating saw - fully extended and straight. However, the one time that you need to cut something that is not in front of you and perfectly square to you, you will see where this tool shines. The head on this saw can be positioned in many angles and the blade literally spins 360 degrees. This adjustability does two things. First, it effectively makes the saw shorter, which was why it worked where no other could in my plumbing example. Second, the saw can be adjusted to literally fit the angle of the material that you are cutting, no matter where you are in relation to that material. Often, when you use a reciprocating saw in a remodel situation, you don't have the luxury of standing dead square in front of a level cutting surface.
This saw gives you more control by allowing the blade to be adjusted so it is square to the cutting surface when the operator cannot get into that same position.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jason Ledyard on June 18, 2005
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I recently had my 1yr old PC 9750 Tiger Claw (this saw) stolen out of the cab of my truck. Grr. I now have the opportunity to purchase any new saw I desire, and I'm not even considering anything else. I own a 6.5 amp Makita, and I have used the DeWalt, Milwaukee and Bosch saws. All are fine saws, but I have found the tilt and rotate features of this saw indispensable.

I do quite a bit of remodel work, and some new home construction. I have been able to get this saw into tight places and do work that no other saw around would fit into let alone be in a position to cut anything. This has saved me hours and hours of time, and that's money. The articulation of the saw allows you to always have the perfect work angle, and that gives me the leverage to work easier, and the improved ergonomics are easier on my body.

The only gripe that I have, and it is so slight, is the vibration of the saw. It's better than other large recip saws, but in the wrong position, this thing can rattle the fillings out of your teeth. If this is a concern to you, you probably want to stay away from any large (10+ amp) recip saw.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Ernest Bullock on April 19, 2007
As I am a professional handyman/remodeller, I'll use a reciprocating saw several times in my typical week. I purchased my Porter-Cable 9750 from this site about five months ago and by now I have used it for many common tasks such as demolition, hole cut-out and edge trim-off, pick-up framing, pipe cutting (all kinds), and much more.

Before owning this saw I owned an orbital-action Milwaulkee Sawzall which I broke after 3 years of use (and abuse). I was swayed to purchase the Porter-Cable by the glowing reports of 'impossible' angles you could cut (see reviews below). Several times a year, I would run into just the sort of cutting problem this baby seemed designed for. I just couldn't wait to give it a try!

Well, by now, I've found the saw has much-too-much 'chatter' to ever be pleasant to use. Even in its 'straight-body' (normal) orientation the saw uncomfortably vibrates in your hand, and the neck feels 'too wide' to hold securely for long periods (in my admittedly small hand). When you twist the nose to get the odd-angle cut the vibration goes from 'not so good' to just plain 'pretty bad'. In my 5 months of using it I have *always* found it difficult to start any cut cleanly. To do so I've often had to resort to hand-sawing a pilot groove - something I just hardly ever needed to do with my Sawzall.

Demolition work is a drag with this saw. Due to the vibration and relative nose-heavy feel 2 hours with it will tire you as much as 6 with a Sawzall.

Don't want to make a deep cut? Usually you put in a short blade and extend the shoe. But the shoe extension in the Porter-Cable is pathetic (just over 1") - about half of what a Sawzall's extension will do (that one is too short also, just much less so).
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40 of 46 people found the following review helpful By "woodshaver90" on April 10, 2004
I HAVE BEEN A CONTRACTOR AND HOME BUILDER FOR 30 YRS AND I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A MILWAKEE SAWZALL FAN,BUT HAVE ALWAYS ADMIRED THE TIGER SAW FOR ITS SHEAR POWER.THEN CAME THE VARIABLE ANGLE TIGER SAW AND I HAD TO HAVE ONE. WELL THE GUY WHO DESIGNED THIS SAW IS ONE OF THE GREATEST MINDS IN TOOL DESIGN. THIS SAW CAN BE ARTICULATED INTO ANY POSITION YOU NEED. IT GOES WHERE NO OTHER SAW WILL GO AND ALLOWS YOU TO HOLD IT IN POSITIONS THAT MAKE IT EASIER AND MUCH LESS DANGEROUS TO THE OPERATOR AND THE POWER IS FANTASTIC, IT CAN'T BE STOPPED. THIS IS NO GIMIC, THIS IS A SAW IN A CLASS ALL BY ITSELF, THERE IS NO BETTER SAW OUT THERE.THIS SAW IS WORTH TWICE THE MONEY,DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND SPEND THE EXTRA MONEY ,ITS WORTH EVERY PENNY AND YOU WILL NEVER BE SORRY.
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