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Stanley FatMax 18V Cordless Reciprocating saw FMC675B-XJ - Bare
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- 3000 rpm
- Maximum cutting capacity of 100mm on wood
- Stroke length of 25.4mm
- Tool free blade change
- Comes with - 150mm universal blade
Features and benefits
The easy to use reciprocating saw comes with a pivoting shoe for a more comfortable cutting stance and one handed keyless blade change makes the work quick and easy.
- Engineered for professionals, it offers a 25mm stroke and 3000 strokes per minute, delivering optimum cutting performance.
- The lightweight and compact design is perfect for extended use.
- With an existing Stanley Fatmax battery you are ready to go without the unnecessary cost of more batteries and chargers.
|Batteries included||Batteries sold separately|
|Compatibility||Stanley Fatmax 18V system|
|No load speed||3000 rpm|
|Maximum cutting capacity wood||100mm|
|Maximum cutting capacity steel||2mm|
|Blade change||Tool free blade change|
|Handle type||Over moulded|
|Switch type||Trigger switch|
Fantastic reciprocating saw!
Dacvolvo - 19 days ago
I've been needing to buy a reciprocating saw for a while now and decided to buy this Fatmax cordless version as I already own the Fatmax 18V batteries for other models in that range. As always this Fatmax didn't disappoint. Much lighter than its corded counterpart, this version followed me around the garden cutting branches left, right and centre (I have a lot of trees). I was amazed at how long it continued to cut for. I used it for three hours today and only stopped for lunch. The thing was still ready to keep going afterwards and without a recharge!!! I'm very impressed with this Fatmax saw and would definitely recommend it to all who are considering buying a cordless reciprocating saw. Also, it comes with a blade, but you will have to buy a battery and charger separately.
easy pruning - 10 months ago
i got one of these for cutting back some massive shrubs in the garden. you'll need to get a separate pruning blade but other than that its a great tool. 2in branches are no problem (10 seconds your done) and i can fill the garden bin up easy without needing to charge the battery (larger of the two on offer) easy to use it has a safety switch, and a guide to hold against branches when cutting. The blades are very easy to change.