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Makita DJR186Z 18V LXT XPT CORDLESS RECIPROCATING SAW BODY ONLY £67.46 @ Powertoolworld
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Makita DJR186Z 18V LXT XPT CORDLESS RECIPROCATING SAW BODY ONLY £67.46 @ Powertoolworld

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Posted 25th Dec 2019

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10% voucher code is only valid for today 25th Dec, so this will be a short lived deal. This is the cheapest I've seen this recip saw ever. Sale price £74.95 - 10% = £67.46

Only comes with 2 fairly average and short lasting original Makita blades - get yourself some good reliable blades if you go for this deal - discussion on recip blades welcome.

Worth noting it will come delivered in a plain brown box.

Also some other good Makita deals on the site, but be careful as not all are as good a bargain as they'd have you believe by the advertised discount.

You can try Topcashback or Quidco for another few % off, but as the 10% code is not advertised on the cash back sites it will likely be declined for cash back.

Manufacturer description / spec:

Makita DJR186Z 18v LXT XPT Cordless Reciprocating Saw Body OnlyThe DJR186 is a cordless reciprocating saw powered by a single 18V Li-ion battery and has been developed for higher cutting efficiency and more durability (compared to the DJR182).

MAKITA DJR186Z FEATURES
  • Newly designed vertical crank mechanism provides a longer stroke and less vibration transfered to the user
  • Tool-less blade change
  • Trigger switch with lock-off lever
  • High power and variable speed trigger
  • Electric brake, quickly slows the blade for effecient use
  • Ergonomically designed for comfortable and controlled use
  • XPT - eXtreme Protection Technology, increases resistance to dust and small amounts of water
MAKDJR186Z SPECIFICATION
  • Voltage: 18v
  • Capacity in Wood: 255 mm
  • Capacity in Mild Steel Pipe: 130 mm
  • Strokes per Minute: 0 - 2,800 spm
  • Stroke Length: 32 mm
  • Net weight: 3.8 kg
  • Overall Length: 486 mm
MAKITA DJR186Z NOISE & VIBRATION
  • Noise sound pressure: 84 dB(A)
  • Noise sound power: 95 dB(A)
  • Noise K factor: 3 dB(A)
  • Vibration K factor: 1.5 m/sec²
  • Vibration: Cutting Wood: 12.5 m/sec²
  • Vibration: Cutting Chipboard: 13.0 m/sec²
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14 Comments
NO battery charger, and NO battery included - their ad says BODY ONLY
Edited by: "TristanDeCoonha" 25th Dec 2019
Yes body only you will need your own battery’s (same as most of these types of deals) amazon have a deal on the 3ah currently
This or a jigsaw?
Mega tool this. Bargain.
kidrock12325/12/2019 17:01

This or a jigsaw?



You can't cut through branches, or dismantle pallets properly with a jigsaw. Blade too short and lacking strength
Edited by: "TristanDeCoonha" 25th Dec 2019
Seems like a great deal, I’ve been keeping an eye on this model. Is there a reason that it comes in a plain Brown box rather than the normal Makita box?
Thanks
Mouzeman25/12/2019 17:31

Seems like a great deal, I’ve been keeping an eye on this model. Is there a …Seems like a great deal, I’ve been keeping an eye on this model. Is there a reason that it comes in a plain Brown box rather than the normal Makita box?Thanks



Possibly due to the fact it is a bare / no extras package. No battery, no charger, no pretty colours on the box.
Used to be the same buying hard drives in Maplins
I don't know about other, but if u haven't used one of these tools before, I would first try one before buying. It's incredibly hard to control it. Only real use as far as I can see its just for cutting branches.
campers25/12/2019 17:49

I don't know about other, but if u haven't used one of these tools before, …I don't know about other, but if u haven't used one of these tools before, I would first try one before buying. It's incredibly hard to control it. Only real use as far as I can see its just for cutting branches.


I use mine on site to remove windows/door frames.
It's more of a Demolition Saw than a Jigsaw.
DogdySnigwirter25/12/2019 18:12

I use mine on site to remove windows/door frames. It's more of a …I use mine on site to remove windows/door frames. It's more of a Demolition Saw than a Jigsaw.


Yes, true that. For demolition work it's alright, as u don't need precision, just power. That's where I only used one too. I had to take a metal wall (Kingspan 'sandwich') down. Was alright for that, but an 9 inch grinder would've been probably better to control. But it needs an abrasive wheel course and hot works permit on sites, so I had to use the reciprocate saw.
kidrock12325/12/2019 17:01

This or a jigsaw?


What for? Quite different tools really, with generally different applications.
Depends on where your using it but it's a very high power demand tool.. So if your just trimming a bush in your garden and you could use a power corded version then trust me the corded version is about 3 times as powerful. I dismantled a whole shed with the screwfix corded one for £40, went through hundreds of nails like butter. The battery one would of took all day.
Edited by: "fishleg003" 26th Dec 2019
TristanDeCoonha25/12/2019 16:44

NO battery charger, and NO battery included - their ad says BODY ONLY


As does the title.
campers25/12/2019 17:49

I don't know about other, but if u haven't used one of these tools before, …I don't know about other, but if u haven't used one of these tools before, I would first try one before buying. It's incredibly hard to control it. Only real use as far as I can see its just for cutting branches.


Removing partition stud walls, cutting iron pipe, great for demolition or rip outs. Also handy for pipe fitting but have lots a of spare batteries around as it's a heavy power user.
Edited by: "bigbolam" 26th Dec 2019
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