Jig Saw 710 W

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A jigsaw is a versatile power tool used for cutting curves and intricate shapes in various materials such as wood, metal, plastic, and laminate. It typically features a reciprocating blade that moves up and down rapidly, allowing users to make detailed and precise cuts by guiding the tool along the desired path. Jigsaws are commonly used in woodworking, construction, and DIY projects for tasks that require intricate and curved cuts, making them an essential tool for both professional craftsmen and hobbyists.

Input power: 710W
No-load stroke rate: 0-2800RPM
Cutting capacity: wood 100mm, aluminum 12mm, steel 10mm
Variable speed
1 pc blade for wood
1 pc blade for steel
1 pair carbon brushes 1 pc dust suction tube 1 pc ruler 1 pc wrench

KSh 6,350.00 KSh 7,350.00


Jig Saw Uses

  1. Curved Cuts:
    • Ideal for cutting curves and intricate shapes in wood, metal, plastic, and other materials.
    • Used in woodworking projects to create decorative elements, artistic designs, or curved edges.
  2. Straight Cuts:
    • Capable of making straight cuts in a variety of materials, making it useful for tasks like cutting plywood, particleboard, or plastic sheets.
  3. Plunge Cuts:
    • Enables plunge cutting, allowing users to start a cut in the middle of a material without the need for pre-drilled holes.
  4. Bevel Cuts:
    • Some jigsaws come with an adjustable base that allows for bevel cuts, making it useful for creating angled edges on materials.
  5. Laminate Trimming:
    • Used for trimming and shaping laminates, such as countertops or flooring, where precision is crucial.
  6. Metal Cutting:
    • Equipped with the right blade, a jigsaw can cut through various metals, making it useful for tasks like plumbing or metalworking.
  7. PVC Pipe Cutting:
    • Effective in cutting PVC pipes with precision, commonly used in plumbing installations.
  8. Home Improvement Projects:
    • Valuable for various DIY projects around the house, such as installing shelves, making repairs, or crafting custom furniture.
  9. Template Cutting:
    • Used for following templates or patterns to replicate specific shapes or designs.
  10. Construction and Remodeling:
    • Applied in construction and remodeling projects for tasks like cutting wallboard, drywall, or plywood.
  11. Art and Craft Projects:
    • Popular among hobbyists and artists for creating detailed and artistic pieces from various materials.
SKU: AHS42377 Category:


710 W

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the jigsaw’s user manual before use. This will provide specific safety instructions and guidelines for your particular model.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear safety gear, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from debris, and hearing protection due to the noise generated by the tool.
  3. Select the Right Blade:
    • Choose the appropriate blade for the material you are cutting. Different blades are designed for cutting wood, metal, plastic, etc. Using the correct blade ensures efficient cutting and reduces the risk of accidents.
  4. Secure the Material:
    • Ensure that the material you are cutting is firmly secured in place. This helps prevent kickbacks and ensures a more controlled cutting process.
  5. Mark the Cutting Line:
    • Clearly mark the cutting line on the material before starting. This helps guide your cuts and minimizes the chances of errors.
  6. Check for Obstructions:
    • Before starting the jigsaw, make sure there are no obstructions in the cutting path. Remove any potential hazards or loose objects from the work area.
  7. Keep Hands Away from the Blade:
    • Never place your hands in the line of the blade while the jigsaw is running. Use a push stick or another tool to guide the material through the cut.
  8. Switch Off Before Adjusting:
    • Always switch off the jigsaw and disconnect it from the power source before making any adjustments, changing blades, or clearing debris.
  9. Maintain a Stable Stance:
    • Stand in a stable and balanced position with your feet shoulder-width apart. This provides better control and balance while using the tool.
  10. Use Both Hands:
    • Use both hands to operate the jigsaw, keeping a firm grip on the handles. This ensures better control and reduces the risk of the tool slipping or getting away from you.
  11. Avoid Overreaching:
    • Maintain a comfortable working distance from the material. Avoid overreaching, as it can lead to loss of control and potential accidents.
  12. Disconnect Power when Not in Use:
    • When taking breaks or changing blades, disconnect the jigsaw from the power source. This prevents accidental starts and ensures your safety.
  13. Work in a Well-Lit Area:
    • Ensure that the work area is well-lit to clearly see the cutting line and any potential hazards.

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