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  • [2 SAWS IN 1] Pivoting, push-button head turns your jigsaw into a reciprocating saw and back again in just seconds
  • [ORBITAL CUTTING] The slight circular motion is more efficient for most materials than the traditional back and forth stroke. Get the job done quicker, with less strain on your hands
  • [DO IT ALL WITH THE SAME BATTERY] Worx Power Share is compatible with all Worx 20v and 40v tools, outdoor power and lifestyle products
  • [COMPACT AND LIGHTWEIGHT] At only 4.2 lbs. you can maneuver easily, make intricate cuts, and work longer with less fatigue
  • [DUST BLOWER] The integrated blower keeps dust and debris away from the surface of your cut, giving you better visibility of the cut and a more pleasant working environment
  • [USE ANYBODY’S BLADES] Though Worx blades are pretty great, you can go down to the hardware store and pick up any standard reciprocating saw and t-shank saw blades to use in this tool
  • [CUTS SO MANY MATERIALS] Wood, metal, ceramic, tile, plastic, tree limbs, PVC pipe, fiberglass, aluminum, copper, thin steel, even roots
  • [INCLUDES] 20V Axis, 1.5Ah 20V Battery, 0.4A Charger
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jigsaw; saws; reciprocating saw; jigsaw tool; electric saw; power saw; oscillating saw; table saw
power share; do it all with the same battery; 20V; cordless; voltage; twenty volt; jigsaw; recip saw
Reciprocating saws are for cutting out complex shapes with lots of twists and turns. So we made thi

Highly Maneuverable

Reciprocating saws are for cutting out complex shapes with lots of twists and turns. So we made this saw lightweight, compact, and cordless. That comes in handy in reciprocating saw mode, too, as you can get into tighter spaces to take down drywall, pipes, and the like.

Just push the big red button to unlock the head and flip it up or down, and it locks into place. Wit

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Just push the big red button to unlock the head and flip it up or down, and it locks into place. With 2 fully-featured saws in 1 you save the expense of buying a separate saw and gain the convenience of having one less tool to take to the worksite.

key features and benefits of the worx axis jig saw reciprocating saw

Does this come with a battery & charger?

Yes, this model includes one 20V Max 1.5 Ah Power Share battery and one 5-hour charger.

How heavy is the Axis Cordless Reciprocating & Jig Saw?

It’s only 4.2 lbs. That’s light enough for one-handed operation, so you can hold your project with one hand and operate the saw with the other.

How hard is it to change blades on the Axis?

Not very. Just push and hold down the switch on the cutting head, change out the blade, and release the switch. Most saws use an Allen/hex key to change out blades, but our system doesn’t require any extra tools.

How difficult is it to change between the reciprocating saw mode and jig saw mode?

It’s as easy and pushing that big red button and flipping the head up or down. What separates Worx tools is how much engineering has gone into making them easy to use. For safety, we recommend you slide off the battery when switching modes.

What kind of blades does this Worx Axis Cordless Reciprocating & Jig Saw use? Where can I get more?

You can use any standard reciprocating saw blade or any standard jigsaw blade from most brands at most local hardware stores. And take full advantage of the Axis by picking the best blade for the project you’re working on.


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✔Tool-free Easy Blade Change
✔Double safety switch
✔Adustable Pivot Shoe
✔Battery Indicator
Item Dimensions 9.00 x 5.00 x 6.50 inches 15.00 x 3.00 x 7.00 inches
Power Source Battery Powered Battery Powered Battery Powered
Voltage 20 volts 20 volts 20.00 volts

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The 20V 2-in-1 Axis Reciprocating/Jig Saw from Worx saves you time, money, and its compact design saves you from the ache in your hands and arms that typically come with using saws like these. At only 4.2 lbs, this tool is easy to control, which is essential for the complicated designs you expect to cut with a jigsaw. And its vibration-absorbing soft grip handle cuts down on much of the unpleasant motion that’s inherent in using a reciprocating saw. It runs at 3000 rpms with a ¾” stroke length, which is enough to cut 2” into wood and PVC pipe and go 5/32” into steel plate as a jigsaw, and as a reciprocating saw it’ll cut 2” into wood, PVC, and steel pipe. The LED headlamp illuminates dark work areas. And the off switch locks into place to guard against accidental starts. The tool-free blade change system is easy to use and accepts all common reciprocating saw and jigsaw blades that you’ll find at any local hardware store. Don’t buy separate jig and reciprocating saws when the Axis was built from the ground up to accomplish the tasks of both in less time and with less strain on the user. This Axis comes with a 20V 1.5 Ah battery and 0.4A charger, which you can use with any tool in the Worx Power Share family. You save money in the long run when you can share batteries between the cordless tools in your collection.


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5.0 out of 5 stars I bought the Worx Jigsaw to make a budget, professional percussion massager
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5.0 out of 5 stars I bought the Worx Jigsaw to make a budget, professional percussion massager
Reviewed in Canada on May 15, 2019
TL;DR - Made a professional-grade percussion massager out of Worx Jig-saw. I'll post a video on how-to in the comments below, and I'll include all links for my purchases. Total cost was around $150 CAD.

•• A jig-saw into a massager... what in the what now? ••

I'm a Registered Massage Therapy Student who recently finished his first year of study in Calgary, Alberta. I'm in a 2200 hour program, which is heavily loaded with anatomy courses. What drew me to this product can be summed up with a short story.

Back in the day, I saw George St. Pierre (the UFC champion) in a commercial for a professional-grade percussion massager called the Tim Tam. Look it up; it costs $330+ and literally looks like a Jig-Saw. Fast forward a few years. During my schooling, I saw several students using this wicked hand-held, percussion massager called the HyperIce Volt. I was curious, and I learned they were $750. Whisper quiet, super useful, but $750? I'm a poor, busted student. No way I could afford that.

For perspective, I'm a former kickboxing student who was on the brink of turning pro. Through intense training, I abused my body. After several career-ending injuries (herniated discs and a severe, life altering concussion), I've switched focus to Massage Therapy. Thing is, Massage Therapy can be hard on the body in its own right. I thought, maybe I should look into percussion massagers for the purposes of self-care. Who doesn't need a remedy for forearm, pec, hip flexor... quads, hams, glutes, calves... and really any tense muscle at their fingertips?

::::::CAVEAT:::: I wouldn't recommend a percussion massager of this caliber for back or neck work. Smashing against your vertebra without a deep understanding of anatomy = a bad idea and genuine recipe for disaster. I'll say it again, the NECK, SPINE are no-no's. And if you ever feel any numbness or tingling, that's not good. Stop what you're doing. Heck, if you ever feel an intense pain unlike any you've had before, STOP IMMEDIATELY and assess. You may have been pounding on a nerve.

•• Why Worx... Works ••

While researching the HyperIce and friends (TheraGun/TimTam), I stumbled across a YouTube video from Dr. Ben Kim, a Chiropractor from Ontario. He made a video on how to create your own professional grade percussion massager. The best part? Totally achievable for around $150 ASSUMING you already own a power drill.

Being a broke student, I did a little more digging. It turned out, it was exceptionally easy to make. Best of all? It has roughly the same power as the aforementioned units, which means the same advertised "percussions per second." I bought all the parts (which I'll include down below). It took me about 5 minutes to put together. Later, I removed the locking mechanism, which took me another 5 minutes. That's about it. It's stupid easy.

•• What does percussion do? ••

There's some debate to this. It relates to the gate control theory of pain. In a nutshell, the repeated stimulation is written off by the brain, and therefore, the body doesn't register an intense pain response. What's happening is, you pound the muscle faster, more repetitively, and much harder than a human practitioner could, yet your brain doesn't register the pain it "should." Your muscles, in effect, get a good beating, and you reap the benefits of reduced tension.

I can't tell you a percussion massager will magically erase your pain like so many solutions claim to do, but it's far and away the fastest, most effective massage tool I've used.

•• DOES IT HELP? ••

Let me put it this way. A few years ago, when I was dealing with my "herniated disc diagnosis," I broke the motors on two $50 hand-held massagers trying to dig into my spine for relief. I tried foam rolling, I tried lacrosse ball rolling, and I tried something called the Theracane. All of those provided SOME relief, but nothing comes close to the Worx.

The Worx Jigsaw is so powerful, it would break me before I broke it. Frankly, it's awesome, and I couldn't be more thrilled with its performance for the price.

•• Okay, so what are the down sides? ••

I consider the down-sides minimal because I don't plan on using this device in clinical practice.

1. The battery life isn't "professional grade"
◘ The battery lasts around 20 minutes depending on how much you're power you're pumping out. Compare that to the Theragun, which lasts around 75 minutes. This makes sense because the Theragun was designed for clinical practice, and it, therefore, demands a long-lasting battery to serve multiple clients per day. For self-care, I can easily hit every muscle group I need to in 20 minutes. The charging doesn't take long, really. Couple hours at most.

Update 02/08/2020:

So that I could do longer sessions, I bought the "WORX WA3578 20V 4.0Ah Lithium Ion High Capacity Battery." I can easily do full body with this one, and it fits into the charger that comes standard with this Worx Jigsaw.

2. It's LOUD
◘ It's real loud. Again, you wouldn't use this thing in a quiet clinic setting. The HyperIce volt, on the other hand, is SUPER quiet. Like ghost farting on a roaring subway quiet. If you were treating clients or planned on massaging yourself at a funeral, the Worx Jig-saw isn't for you.

3. It lacks affordable, customized heads for different jobs
◘ On Amazon, you can buy heads specifically for the Worx to be used as a massager. I tried a couple and wasn't thrilled with the quality. But honestly, you don't really need a variety of heads for this thing to be effective. I wouldn't want to use a deep tissue head on something this powerful.

4. It can't hit every target because it ain't easy to hold in all positions
◘ Although the percussion massager is AMAZING for legs, it's difficult to apply to your own back. Having someone else do back for you? Not a great idea considering the proximity of your spinal muscles to your vertebra. I wouldn't recommend giving somebody who isn't trained in anatomy a power tool and pointing it near my spine.

In terms of self-application, the Worx is great for the following areas: arms, pecs, and shoulders, but it's best used for hips, legs, and if you're flexible and imaginative -- glutes.

•• The Up-sides? ••

1. The Price
◘ For $150, you get the most powerful massager on the market that should be just as effective as those SIGNIFICANTLY more expensive. And it's not just me. Many people have caught on to this. Heck, type in percussion massager in Amazon. There are people selling repackaged Worx that they "upgraded" themselves for $500+. They even have their own brand names. There are multiple businesses doing it.

2. The effectiveness
◘ I talked about it above, but the Worx legitimately works. The power is awesome. After all, it's a friggen power tool, and it legitimately relaxes your muscles faster and (arguably) better than many massage therapists could. It doesn't have "settings" like the theragun/hyperice. Instead, the more you pull the trigger, the more powerful it is. Personally, I like it that way; although, it adds a little unintended variability sometimes. Still, I don't consider it problem enough to consider paying $500 more.

3. Speaking of heads
◘ Remember how I said you can't use customized heads too easily? I don't really care because a lacrosse ball head is all I really need. Technically, you can use any ball you can drill a hole into, but I recommend lacrosse due to its hardness.
♠ The only real issue with a lacrosse ball is that at the highest percussion levels, its rubbery surface will catch hairs and cause a burning sensation; although, it won't outright rip them off, so there's that. If you're an overly hairy mammoth, it could be an issue. An easy way to deal with this is to place a small layer of fabric between you and the muscle. You could use a thin kitchen towel or even a throw blanket. Whatever you have on hand should help.
♠ I've seen some people use those spiky dryer balls from dollar stores, and I'm sure you could come up with other ideas.

4. Dealing with the noise
◘ I use two methods to deal with the noise:
1) I put in noise cancelling headphones and go to town.
2) I bought ear plugs and some $20 noise reducing earmuffs (construction grade) to dampen sound for people
I'm working on. I've used it on several people with this method, and they have no issue with the sound.

•• What you need to build it! ••

I'll link Dr. Kim's video on how to below, but this is what you'll need:

- The Worx Jigsaw
- A 1/4 or 3/8 power extension bit (I recommend 3/8 for the tightest fit). I went and bought a pack of 3 at Home Hardware.
- A Reciprotools Reciprocating Saw Tool Adapter
- An ordinary lacrosse ball
- A power drill, otherwise you can't drill into the ball, nor drill the 3/8 extension bit into the ball. If you don't have one, you should honestly get one anyway. They're too useful in everyday life.

•• TIPS ON ASSEMBLY ••

◘ I had problems with my lacrosse ball falling off the 1/4 power extension bit when percussing at full power, so I went with the 3/8. It was a little harder to fit the ball onto, but here's how I did it. Dr. Kim recommends drilling into the ball with a 5/16 drill bit about halfway into the ball. I found that I couldn't get the fat head of the 3/8's in, so I drilled very shallowly into the ball opening with a 3/8's drill bit. Then I put the 3/8 power extender into the drill and drilled it all the way down to the center of the ball. It was more difficult than fitting in the smaller 1/4, but I haven't had the ball come off in almost a year of use, so the larger extension bit has worked perfectly.

◘ The reciprotools may not lock in when you insert it into the Jigsaw. A quick pull of the trigger, and it locks instantly.

◘ Those are my only tips. You should be able to figure it out from Dr. Kim's video, which I'll place in the comments.

•• Pro Tip ••

One irritating feature about the Worx as a percussion massager is that it has a safety lock. You have to press and hold it down WHILE pulling the trigger. This can be awkward and downright impossible with one hand, especially for smaller users.

The good news? You can manually remove the safety pin. To accomplish this, you have to unscrew the Worx and SLOWLY open it JUST wide enough to pull the safety pin out. If you open it too much too quickly, things slide around, and you might have trouble putting it back together. I lost a nut that held on a piece of metal on the front, and there was no way to put it back in without compromising other parts. Fortunately, I don't need it for basic operation, and neither will you.

The whole experience is MUCH better without the safety pin. For safety purposes, when I'm not using it, I simply remove the battery. That's a more effective method of ensuring it doesn't accidentally turn on... Trust me; my cats would find a way.

◘◘ Don't self-diagnose. Seek professional help. ◘◘

I know, you hear it all the time. Here's why, in this instance, it can be helpful. Massage Therapists often deal with a concept called "referred pain," which relates to how muscles sit in your body. For example, I sprained my ankle a few weeks back. Pain radiates all the way up the my knee, but as an average person, I wouldn't know that one spot below my knee is where manual therapy could help a ton. These things just aren't obvious to an untrained individual.

As a professional, I know which muscles attach where. I know which muscles are likely implicated in certain conditions and thus may offer relief if manipulated. They may need to be stretched/strengthened at certain points in recovery, too -- so banging on them over and over won't do any good. My point is, the average joe doesn't know; that's why we rely on physiotherapists and other musculoskeletal health practitioners. My recommendation is see a professional or two about your pain and ask questions. Use that information, use what they do to treat your pain, to guide you forward on treating yourself with your percussion massager.

Remember the herniated disc I had? Turns out, the biggest relief of pain in my lower back was through finding a specific point in my glutes (butt) and treating them. Dead horse point being, pain can be confusing and difficult to assess. There's always someone that can help you to figure out what's causing it, but it can be quite a journey. Anyway, that's my sermon.

♣♣♣ Conclusion ♣♣♣

I love the Worx Jig-saw as a percussion massager. It is a cheap and efficient solution for self-pain management. Shout out to Dr. Kim for leading me on the journey. Additional respect goes to a user from another review who told me removing the safety pin was possible.

Best of luck on your journey. If you have any questions, I will try to answer in the comments.

Update 02/08/2020:

It's been just under a year, and I still love this thing. I wanted a larger battery for longer sessions, so I bought one on Amazon. It was $85 at the time. It's the "WORX WA3578 20V 4.0Ah Lithium Ion High Capacity Battery." I can easily do full body with this one, and it fits into the exact same charger that comes with the Worx Jigsaw.

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