Ridgid Factory Reconditioned Ridgid 3 Amp JobMax Multi-Tool Starter Kit ZRR28600

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Power Handle. Multi-Tool Attachment. Drive Gear Covers. Universal Adaptor. Contractor's Bag. Powerful 3 Amp motor provides up to 20,000 RPM for various applications. Variable speed dual finger trigger for maximum comfort and control. Hex grip features innovative micro texture for secure grip and maximum user comfort. LED light that illuminates work space for increased visibility. Compact head profile for reaching into tight spaces. Four directional head positions for better access into tight spaces. Tool-Free quick connect interface to easily attach and detach heads for the right application. Universal adaptor that is compatible with most popular multi-tool accessories
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Product Title Ridgid Factory Reconditioned Ridgid 3 Amp JobMax Multi-Tool Starter Kit ZRR28600
Manufacturer Ridgid
Lowest Price $49.99 from CPO Ridgid
Power Score 3.7 | 29 Reviews
User Reviews
Wide range of uses. Easy for even a novice.
4 Star Review   By Lugerla on Home Depot - Jun 2, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I used this as my foray into becoming more serious at DIY tasks. My only other power tool was a cordless screwdriver/drill. So far I have used it to cut and shave/sand 2x4, sand plywood and lumber, cut off a stuck faucet locking nut (after I broke a wrench on the nut). It was a big enabler for some things that I would not have been able to complete without it. Now, the lumber is probably considered abuse (Next time I'll get another blade, or use a recently purchased jigsaw), but the variety of uses makes this highly recommended.

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High quality, versatile tool out of the box at great value.
5 Star Review   By sjvz on Home Depot - Apr 30, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Performance plenty powerful in each mode for my needs (metal/stone/wood arts). Not only accepts implements from other brands, has line of affordable "front end" change-outs to turn tool into completely different tool such as reciprocating saw, etc. Very happy with tool, performance and range of add-ons.

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I'll be returning mine
1 Star Review   By NailBenderElite on Home Depot - Mar 6, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I've got about 20 hours on this tool, and absolutely would not recommend it to anyone. The big expense with this type of tool is the cost of the blades, ranging from $10 to $30 each. The Ridgid tool has only 4 points of contact between the tool head and the blade itself (if you use a slotted blade, you may only have 3 points of contact). The holes in the blade become enlarged very quickly, long before the teeth on the blade wear out. It's too much stress on too small an area. When the holes in the blade become oversized, the blade will not move and it will not cut. Yes, you can rotate the blade to a new set of holes, but doing so changes the blade position, making the tool more difficult to use. The cost of wasted blades negates the value of the lifetime warranty. I'll be trading this tool for the $160 Makita, as it has 12 points of contact. Hopefully with the Makita, I can salvage the $80 worth of blades I now have that no longer work on the Ridgid tool. On second thought, I probably should return the blades to HD as well or I risk damage to the new Makita. The interchangeable heads was a selling point for me and could be a handy feature, but at the rate I'm burning through $$$$ on blades, no way - I can buy dedicated tools for less. The Ridgid tool bag is not large enough to hold the tool itself and any extra heads, so you won't be able to keep all your stuff together in one place (a big deal to me). There is no place on the tool to carry the Allen wrench - a pain if/when the bolt loosens, you are up in an attic trying to work, and you forgot to put the Allen wrench in your pocket. Very disappointed, as I love my other Ridgid products.

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I started shopping at Home Depot in 1982 in Tampa Florida and have never stopped!
5 Star Review   By Doug on Home Depot - Mar 6, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Great tool and will purchase from Home Depot again!

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Worked Great for a Year!
2 Star Review   By sndman on Home Depot - Feb 10, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I was so excited to get my hands on his tool. Watched several demos and other carps told me it was Great. Bought one and they were right smooth easy to use quick recharge fast blade interchange. I do a lot of finish trim work so this tool was a blessing ... Then one day in the middle of a huge job the tool decides to quick working after a year I figured it was the battery. Bought a new one lasted all of one hour a died. Trigger switch was bad and stuck. I must admit this tool lasted longer than the Dremel I bought before it. That lasted 2 weeks before I brought it back. Thank God for a extended warranty. Guess my next purchase will be The German Manufacturer of Great Oscillating Tools.

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For the job I was doing, GREAT tool.
5 Star Review   By Junior on Home Depot - Jan 16, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

First time buying this sort of tool. Excellent tool! Instructions were easy enough and I was on my way. Might have to check out more RIDGID stuff.

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Nice but wish it had more power
3 Star Review   By Eddi on Home Depot - Jan 2, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I'm a pro. For the DIYer it's great, for the pro, it's ok. I renovate homes and for small odd jobs, this tool is pretty good. CON - The one draw back that seems to annoy me so far is the short battery life on the thing when using the reciprocating head. It will cut about 3 2x4's then need a recharge. PRO - The triangular sanding pad was a great help when cleaning up tough spots on terrazo flooring. EHH - I have a hard time cutting anything plumbing unless the blade is brand new. PRO - Doe's wonders on grout. (this tool's strongest showing so far). Overall it's not bad and I hope soon they will come up with a longer lasting battery & a bit more muscle would be nice too. Yes, I would buy it again for light duty work (I guess, as it was intended).

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Absolute Beast!
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This tool is the most useful and handy tool I have bought in a long time. Don't know how I ever got by without it. An absolute must have for any home owner, handy man, contractor, etc. It has plenty of power for any job and seems impossible to bog down. I'm becoming a huge fan of Ridgid power tools coming from a longtime Makita and Millwauke user. Get it and love it!!!

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Great ease of use.
5 Star Review   By Ed12 on Home Depot - Nov 23, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I am just a home owner so my abilities are limited but I used JobMax with ease. I needed to shave a small amount off the bottom of a door after retiling and it was a breeze. Finished job in minutes with minimal cleanup. Great tool. Lifetime warranty is also a plus!

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Reliability and case are lacking
3 Star Review   By jakkad on Home Depot - Nov 10, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

10 out of a possible 15 stars Functionality: 4 out of 5 stars My only previous experience was with the a big name, low quality competitor. In comparison, the Ridgid is stellar. The only reason I don’t give it five stars is because I have never used the high dollar market leader. Reliability: 3 out of 5 stars 5 stars for the Ridgid Lifetime Warranty 4 stars for the reliability of the other Ridgid products I own -6 stars because the arbor collar broke the second time I used it Case: 1 out of 5 stars I give it 1 star for “having” a case, but the case is pathetic. It is a zippered cloth case. If you stow the item with the blade attached, and drop it, the blade will bend. The only storage for blades and such is a mesh area on the lid. If you put items there, they will fall out when you open it. Hard cases are worth it. Extra Credit: 2 out of 0 stars The versatility of attachments

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Power Handle. Multi-Tool Attachment. Drive Gear Covers. Universal Adaptor. Contractor's Bag. Powerful 3 Amp motor provides up to 20,000 RPM for various applications. Variable speed dual finger trigger for maximum comfort and control. Hex grip features innovative micro texture for secure grip and maximum user comfort. LED light that illuminates work space for increased visibility. Compact head profile for reaching into tight spaces. Four directional head positions for better access into tight spaces. Tool-Free quick connect interface to easily attach and detach heads for the right application. Universal adaptor that is compatible with most popular multi-tool accessories
Summary
Product Title Ridgid Factory Reconditioned Ridgid 3 Amp JobMax Multi-Tool Starter Kit ZRR28600
Manufacturer Ridgid
Lowest Price $49.99 from CPO Ridgid
Power Score 3.7 | 29 Reviews
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Wide range of uses. Easy for even a novice.
4 Star Review   By Lugerla on Home Depot - Jun 2, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I used this as my foray into becoming more serious at DIY tasks. My only other power tool was a cordless screwdriver/drill. So far I have used it to cut and shave/sand 2x4, sand plywood and lumber, cut off a stuck faucet locking nut (after I broke a wrench on the nut). It was a big enabler for some things that I would not have been able to complete without it. Now, the lumber is probably considered abuse (Next time I'll get another blade, or use a recently purchased jigsaw), but the variety of uses makes this highly recommended.

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High quality, versatile tool out of the box at great value.
5 Star Review   By sjvz on Home Depot - Apr 30, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Performance plenty powerful in each mode for my needs (metal/stone/wood arts). Not only accepts implements from other brands, has line of affordable "front end" change-outs to turn tool into completely different tool such as reciprocating saw, etc. Very happy with tool, performance and range of add-ons.

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I'll be returning mine
1 Star Review   By NailBenderElite on Home Depot - Mar 6, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I've got about 20 hours on this tool, and absolutely would not recommend it to anyone. The big expense with this type of tool is the cost of the blades, ranging from $10 to $30 each. The Ridgid tool has only 4 points of contact between the tool head and the blade itself (if you use a slotted blade, you may only have 3 points of contact). The holes in the blade become enlarged very quickly, long before the teeth on the blade wear out. It's too much stress on too small an area. When the holes in the blade become oversized, the blade will not move and it will not cut. Yes, you can rotate the blade to a new set of holes, but doing so changes the blade position, making the tool more difficult to use. The cost of wasted blades negates the value of the lifetime warranty. I'll be trading this tool for the $160 Makita, as it has 12 points of contact. Hopefully with the Makita, I can salvage the $80 worth of blades I now have that no longer work on the Ridgid tool. On second thought, I probably should return the blades to HD as well or I risk damage to the new Makita. The interchangeable heads was a selling point for me and could be a handy feature, but at the rate I'm burning through $$$$ on blades, no way - I can buy dedicated tools for less. The Ridgid tool bag is not large enough to hold the tool itself and any extra heads, so you won't be able to keep all your stuff together in one place (a big deal to me). There is no place on the tool to carry the Allen wrench - a pain if/when the bolt loosens, you are up in an attic trying to work, and you forgot to put the Allen wrench in your pocket. Very disappointed, as I love my other Ridgid products.

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I started shopping at Home Depot in 1982 in Tampa Florida and have never stopped!
5 Star Review   By Doug on Home Depot - Mar 6, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Great tool and will purchase from Home Depot again!

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Worked Great for a Year!
2 Star Review   By sndman on Home Depot - Feb 10, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I was so excited to get my hands on his tool. Watched several demos and other carps told me it was Great. Bought one and they were right smooth easy to use quick recharge fast blade interchange. I do a lot of finish trim work so this tool was a blessing ... Then one day in the middle of a huge job the tool decides to quick working after a year I figured it was the battery. Bought a new one lasted all of one hour a died. Trigger switch was bad and stuck. I must admit this tool lasted longer than the Dremel I bought before it. That lasted 2 weeks before I brought it back. Thank God for a extended warranty. Guess my next purchase will be The German Manufacturer of Great Oscillating Tools.

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For the job I was doing, GREAT tool.
5 Star Review   By Junior on Home Depot - Jan 16, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

First time buying this sort of tool. Excellent tool! Instructions were easy enough and I was on my way. Might have to check out more RIDGID stuff.

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Nice but wish it had more power
3 Star Review   By Eddi on Home Depot - Jan 2, 2013    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I'm a pro. For the DIYer it's great, for the pro, it's ok. I renovate homes and for small odd jobs, this tool is pretty good. CON - The one draw back that seems to annoy me so far is the short battery life on the thing when using the reciprocating head. It will cut about 3 2x4's then need a recharge. PRO - The triangular sanding pad was a great help when cleaning up tough spots on terrazo flooring. EHH - I have a hard time cutting anything plumbing unless the blade is brand new. PRO - Doe's wonders on grout. (this tool's strongest showing so far). Overall it's not bad and I hope soon they will come up with a longer lasting battery & a bit more muscle would be nice too. Yes, I would buy it again for light duty work (I guess, as it was intended).

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Absolute Beast!
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This tool is the most useful and handy tool I have bought in a long time. Don't know how I ever got by without it. An absolute must have for any home owner, handy man, contractor, etc. It has plenty of power for any job and seems impossible to bog down. I'm becoming a huge fan of Ridgid power tools coming from a longtime Makita and Millwauke user. Get it and love it!!!

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Great ease of use.
5 Star Review   By Ed12 on Home Depot - Nov 23, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I am just a home owner so my abilities are limited but I used JobMax with ease. I needed to shave a small amount off the bottom of a door after retiling and it was a breeze. Finished job in minutes with minimal cleanup. Great tool. Lifetime warranty is also a plus!

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Reliability and case are lacking
3 Star Review   By jakkad on Home Depot - Nov 10, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

10 out of a possible 15 stars Functionality: 4 out of 5 stars My only previous experience was with the a big name, low quality competitor. In comparison, the Ridgid is stellar. The only reason I don’t give it five stars is because I have never used the high dollar market leader. Reliability: 3 out of 5 stars 5 stars for the Ridgid Lifetime Warranty 4 stars for the reliability of the other Ridgid products I own -6 stars because the arbor collar broke the second time I used it Case: 1 out of 5 stars I give it 1 star for “having” a case, but the case is pathetic. It is a zippered cloth case. If you stow the item with the blade attached, and drop it, the blade will bend. The only storage for blades and such is a mesh area on the lid. If you put items there, they will fall out when you open it. Hard cases are worth it. Extra Credit: 2 out of 0 stars The versatility of attachments

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Most versatile tool I've ever owner
5 Star Review   By frankiek on Home Depot - Nov 7, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I bought this along with the recip saw and impact driver attachment heads a couple weeks ago and I am really amazed at how often I actually use it. I bought it thinking I would maybe use it a couple times a month, but in the past couple weeks I’ve already used it with the different heads about a dozen times. I’m so happy with it I’m even planning on going back and buying the jig saw and ratchet heads.

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More power than I expected
5 Star Review   By Carl on Home Depot - Nov 7, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I have been very impressed with the power of this tool. To be honest, I didn’t expect it to have a lot of power given the small size of the tool and the heads, but it has far exceeded my expectations. I have been able to drive large drive lag bolts with the impact driver head and I have used the jig saw head to cut 3/4 inch thick plywood with no problem, much smoother than I expected. I would highly recommend this tool to anyone who doesn’t want to carry around a bunch of individual tools. I can fit the Jobmax and a bunch of heads in one bag which saves space and my back. This has quickly become one of my favorite tools.

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Head Shake Reduces Cutting after 3 Months
2 Star Review   By John on Home Depot - Oct 31, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Firstly, I would like to note that I own 9 Rigid Power and Pneumatic Tools which I like a lot. I liked the Oscillating saw as well when it was new. After 3 months of use, the tool developed what I will call “head shake” due to its two piece construction. As the tool was used mating surfaces of the oscillating head and the tools main body wore away a little. Any amount of play that exists at the mating joint takes away movement from the blade and instead just shakes the head back and forth at the mating joint. In the end we had trouble cutting even 1/2 inch drywall with a new blade. I ended up repairing the tool myself. I ordered a new body, quick release buttons, and the rear part of the oscillating tool head, all for about $20 plus shipping. Use grease on the eccentrics bearing and fork. What this tool really needs to prevent this wear is some type of clamp, like a pinch bolt that would use the same tool that is required to change blades. This would eliminate the movement between body and head and prevent this wear. A one piece tool would help a lot as well. In summary use the oscillating saw only occasionally or expect some wear. The photo shows the parts I replaced, as well as, the like new oscillating saw. I really like this tool for the angle impact head. You can drive screws in amazingly tight spaces with it.

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Great tool has a lot of potential
5 Star Review   By gomack on Home Depot - Oct 19, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

My son and I recently installed a hardwood floor in my home and found that this tool came in quite handy for cutting around door and floor moldings without having to remove them which cut down on the expense of removing them or replacing them. this product is well worth the price paid of $129.00. Now my son who is a professional wood worker went out and purchased one.

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OK, but not great
3 Star Review   By RobG on Home Depot - Oct 9, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I bought this after borrowing a friend's multitool made by a different manufacturer. I liked the feature of this one having interchangeable heads. However, this one does not work nearly as well for cutting. The other tool cut effortlessly. This one not nearly as well. The other one was made by the inventor of oscillating tools, so I suppose that has it's benefits.

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never really worked
1 Star Review   By stevechic on Home Depot - Sep 13, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

By far the biggest waste of money i have ever spent. First the tool came with a battery that was faulty and i had to return it for a new one. While i was at home depot replacing the battery i decided to buy a second battery. this turned out be be another waste because soon after using the tool as it was intended, it began to act up. The tool now just shuts off the moment it feels any type of resistants and since its a saw its pretty much useless. I noticed that the JobMax now comes with a cord and this is probably because the battery powered version is horrible. i have learned my lesson and will never buy anything that is made by rigid ever again. Do your self a favor and find a different way to accomplish whatever task you have becasue this tool is no good and will make the project twice as hard.

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You're fired, JobMax
2 Star Review   By modelmaker on Home Depot - Aug 26, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I like to be the only one in my company to take time off. So when this tool decided to stop working the first day I used it, I told it: you're fired!... Apparently I'm not the first person with this complaint. I had high hopes for it, but it's just not up to par. So it's going back.

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difficult warranty sign up
4 Star Review   By Mark on Home Depot - Aug 6, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

This is a great tool and has done more than I've asked it to do. Been very surprised. BUT, trying to sign up for the warranty and the lifetime service agreement has been nothing but a continuing headache. I tried typing in all the possible model numbers and got no matches. The instructions say that if this is a kit, use the kit number on the box. But the window to enter that number won't accept the kit number. I don't know if I'm supposed to register the job max head separately (which I tried and did not work) tried registering the handle separately did not work and the response I got back from Customer Support, while timely was not useful! Since an important part of the value of this tool is this service agreement, I am thinking twice about purchasing more Ridgid tools. I wasn't able to register the drill I bought, because the "on-line" registration requires you to MAIL IN THE ORIGINAL UPC symbol off the box, which I had thrown away by the time I was trying to register!!!!!!!

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great tool for home
5 Star Review   Home Depot    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

love this tool. will be buying the cordless one next. bought the jig saw head and the impact drill head. used to help take out a wall in my home. great in tight spots.

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Good in a jam
3 Star Review   By marine6977 on Home Depot - May 8, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

This tool is good when u need something done with out pulling out the big bulky jig saw and for getting in some tight spots, BUT the blades dull easy do don't cut though any nails u don't have to. Also vibrates hard so maybe hard on people with hand problems.

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Sticky Trigger
1 Star Review   By Luke on Home Depot - Apr 16, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Had to return the unit after the trigger would catch on internal plastic when trying to depress it. Frustrating when you get a screw in position in a tight space and you can't pull the trigger. Luckily I managed to return it before I smashed it against a wall. Wait for the next model to come out, Ridgid seems to have trouble getting it right in the first model.

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great tool but no accesories at the store
2 Star Review   By nick on Home Depot - Mar 25, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

this tool works great but Ive found that the stores do not carry accessories for it. Seems that home depot is more geared towards bosch or dremel products. Im a contractor and cant afford to go online to find blades or sanding pads every time I need them. Since ridgid is exclusively sold at home depot good luck getting parts.

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(2)- of them and the switch trigger has gone out!! That isn't good.
2 Star Review   By Willy on Home Depot - Feb 26, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Are you having problems with the triggers on these units??? Theydo a lock-out, then later will work for short time (minute) and go back out, then nothing.

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Very handy to have
5 Star Review   By Homeowner on Home Depot - Feb 7, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Nice and versitle tool. Originally purchased to remove grout I ended up using this tool to plunge cut some drywall and scrap vinyl flooring on a kitchen remodel. I did remove some grout but found it better at clean up of the grout line after a circular saw was used than removal of the grout by itself. The scrapper was awesome in cleaing up the flooring and left over glue from the vinyl. One suggestion would be to add a trigger lock so you do not have to hold the trigger during long use. Also, pulling up vinyl flooring was tough as the unit does not cut through the vinyl while scraping but if you peel the vinyl with one hand while scraping you should be ok. Very nice product and very handy. Highly suggest this product for your tool chest.

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Power and ease of use
5 Star Review   By vman on Home Depot - Jan 19, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I was impressed with the power, it cut nails, screws trim angle iron with the proper manipulation and size of the angle iron. Obviously it doesnt do industrial work. Its designed for small hard to get jobs, not shop large work. It's easy to use and simple to figure out. I really didn't have to read the instructions a whole bunch even though I recommend you always read the manual. I love the fact it has a reverse and forward switch also a lock position. I would recommend it for sure since the people I recommend it to know what its applications are for and wont try to cut a quarter inch piece of iron and then complain it doesn't work! It works in those hard to get places like a charm!!! Thanks Rigid and thanks HD for carrying the tool! Can't wait to get all the different attachments!

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Wood cutting blades work great.
5 Star Review   By matthai5 on Home Depot - Jan 18, 2012    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Used the Jobmax to cut the corners of subfloor the circular saw couldn't reach. It worked great and cut fast.

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Works great removing glued particleboard to subfloor
5 Star Review   By knuckles on Home Depot - Nov 26, 2011    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Could not find anything else that would work. It's a slow process, but, the cutter takes off the particleboard down to the tougue and groove subfloor.

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Great tool
5 Star Review   By my3kidz on Home Depot - Nov 18, 2011    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

I am a carpenter and I think this is just a great tool, some of the guys I work with bought cheaper models and have had nothing but problems. Best thing since the cordless nail gun.

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a well designed tool
5 Star Review   By jimh12345 on Home Depot - Oct 1, 2011    ( See more reviews from Home Depot )

Good design, good construction, and has enough power to be really useful. The interchangeable heads are great.

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