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  1. #1
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    Default Ridgid orbital reciprocating saw on sale today at HD

    FYI: This is a great tool for doing cutouts. On sale today for 39.99. I like Ridgid for the lifetime warranty.

    http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...0#.UQgL_r9qSe0

    -js

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    Default Re: Ridgid orbital reciprocating saw on sale today at HD

    Agree, but I prefer cordless.
    "Nature does nothing uselessly." Aristotle

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    Default Re: Ridgid orbital reciprocating saw on sale today at HD

    I'll keep my Milwaukee with the DeWalt back up. Ridgid ranks right up there with Crapsman with me. Got some material for making a good tool in them but it was all wasted.
    Stand for what you believe, even if you stand alone.

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    Default Re: Ridgid orbital reciprocating saw on sale today at HD

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Y View Post
    I'll keep my Milwaukee with the DeWalt back up. Ridgid ranks right up there with Crapsman with me. Got some material for making a good tool in them but it was all wasted.
    I've read a lot of user comments online, some mirrored yours. Most did not. For me, the lifetime warranty was the deciding factor. If I wind up with a lemon I'll get it replaced. And I am sure all the makers - Dewalt and Milwaukee included - have lemons in the lot. -js

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    Default Re: Ridgid orbital reciprocating saw on sale today at HD

    Quote Originally Posted by Maryland Beekeeper View Post
    Agree, but I prefer cordless.
    I recently acquired the cordless in a 6-piece set. Haven't had a chance to use it, yet. I have an el-cheapo corded recip saw I got at Harbor Freight a couple of years ago that is OK. But there are definitely instances where a cordless tool will be a plus. -js

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