Makita JR3050T/2 Reciprocating Saw 240V - 1010W £84.99 @ Wickes
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Makita JR3050T/2 Reciprocating Saw 240V - 1010W £84.99 @ Wickes

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Found 26th Nov
I needed one for tearing through pallets, so needed something reliable BnQ ScrewFix Amazon all have it for over £120. Free C and C

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Great price for an invaluable tool

great for demolition jobs where you need to remove beams quickly.

Earlier this year I bought the Makita DJR186Z cordless version for around £90, I have lots of Makita tools but this thing is a beast. Used it with Saxton blades (£11.99 for 10 blades, four types).

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vegasbaby4 m ago

Earlier this year I bought the Makita DJR186Z cordless version for around …Earlier this year I bought the Makita DJR186Z cordless version for around £90, I have lots of Makita tools but this thing is a beast. Used it with Saxton blades (£11.99 for 10 blades, four types).


Thanks for the advice I shall be getting the saxon blades

I use a jigsaw for cutting pallets , lighter, - I use T127D cutting blades -for aluminium ! - for all my wood cutting.

Good price for this tho' .
Edited by: "zzzz" 26th Nov

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zzzz23 m ago

I use a jigsaw for cutting pallets , lighter, - I use T127D cutting blades …I use a jigsaw for cutting pallets , lighter, - I use T127D cutting blades -for aluminium ! - for all my wood cutting.Good price for this tho' .

Do those blades cut through the nails and wood at th3 same time?

I don't think so. I avoid nails when cutting. I used to try and salvage the wood but now I just cut for firewood.
I've seen youtube clips where people use "demolition" blades for recip saws - these seem to cut wood and nails but only last so many pallets ~ 8-10

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