Built to get the job done, the Craftsman 17196 10-amp reciprocating saw features a rugged plastic shell, a powerful 10-amp motor and an adjustable orbital action selector that easily adapts the cutting action to your material. Built-in LED lights ensure you have clear visibility of your cutting line, while the soft grip and ergonomic handle keep you comfortable through the toughest of work days.
With speeds of up to 2,700 rpm and a 1-1/8'' blade stroke length, this powerhouse tears through wood, drywall and even metal with ease. The pivoting shoe mechanism provides a stable base at multiple angles, so whether you're cutting pipe or ply, your line remains exact.
For projects where other tools just won't cut it, turn to the power and versatility of a Craftsman saw.
10-amp, variable speed motor delivers 800-2700 strokes per minute to power through wood, plastic, metal and more
1-1/8" stroke length
Tool-less blade change mechanism for quick and easy switch-outs
Dual LED work lights offer increased visibility in dark spaces - helping you to achieve clean, precise cuts every time
Orbital action selector adapts quickly from wood to metal, or from straight to curved cutting
Soft grip barrel and ergonomic design deliver secure performance, while the power lock-on keeps you cutting without burning out your trigger finger
Adjustable, pivoting shoe conforms to your work surface for enhanced stability
Weight: 8.2 lbs. Length: 18.5"
Includes saw with 8' cord, blade, hex wrench, manual and zippered case for easy storage and transportation
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