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Hitachi 18V Li-ion Cordless Jigsaw CJ18DGL/W4 £62.88 @ B&Q
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Hitachi 18V Li-ion Cordless Jigsaw CJ18DGL/W4 £62.88 @ B&Q

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Posted 8th Jan
Seems like a very good price. Have been after one for a while now. £89.99 at Screwfix

This cordless jigsaw

  • in wood and in metal
  • bevel cutting angle
  • Variable speed

Features and BenefitsThis lightweight jigsaw has 3 orbital settings and gives accurate and efficient results due to the straight cut feature. Compatible with all Hitachi 18V Li-ion slide batteries.
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Bare jigsaw no battery so you will need to already have a Hitachi 18v lithium battery to use this. Just adding for those that are unsure.
Heat added as it is still a good price
Just in case some don't know Hitachi have rebranded to HiKoki.

I guess this is why many of their older stuff is getting knocked out cheaper.

Their stuff is ok.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 8th Jan
Not a bad price. I got one December 2017 when screwfix had them on sale for £50.
Excellent jigsaw comes with a couple of blades that you can store in the foot.
I once bought a JigSaw thinking it would be handy - I'm sure it's a near impossibility to actually cut a straight line with it. Are you supposed to be able to cut a straight line with one - or are they just for rough cutting edges that are hidden by coving?
jhw15 m ago

I once bought a JigSaw thinking it would be handy - I'm sure it's a near …I once bought a JigSaw thinking it would be handy - I'm sure it's a near impossibility to actually cut a straight line with it. Are you supposed to be able to cut a straight line with one - or are they just for rough cutting edges that are hidden by coving?


Jigsaw for none straight line cutting circular saw for straight “ripping”
jhw6 h, 28 m ago

I once bought a JigSaw thinking it would be handy - I'm sure it's a near …I once bought a JigSaw thinking it would be handy - I'm sure it's a near impossibility to actually cut a straight line with it. Are you supposed to be able to cut a straight line with one - or are they just for rough cutting edges that are hidden by coving?


Just clamp a straight edge guide to what you are cutting.
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