Makita XRJ03Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Recipro Saw- Discontinued by Manufacturer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Makita’s 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Reciprocating Saw (model XRJ03Z, tool only) delivers faster cutting and demolition performance to the jobsite. The XRJ03Z has a high torque motor with a 1-1/8″ stroke that is engineered for a range of cutting and demolition tasks. The LXT Lithium-Ion Battery (sold separately) makes this reciprocating saw perfect for remote use, where running a cord is not an option. The XRJ03Z is engineered for the pro that wants more features, and is perfect for a range of applications including plumbing, flooring, electrical, demolition, and for general contractors who require a best in class engineered cordless reciprocating saw.

Product Features

  • 2,900 SPM and 1-1/8″ Stroke for Fast Cutting
  • Makita-built variable speed motor delivers 0-2,900 strokes per minute and a 1-1/8″ length stroke to provide faster cutting
  • “Tool-less” blade change system allows for faster blade installation and removal for increased productivity
  • Variable speed trigger for added convenience
  • Compact and ergonomic design at only 17-3/4″ long

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2 Responses to Makita XRJ03Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Recipro Saw- Discontinued by Manufacturer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  1. Anonymous says:

    is great. My only disappointment is that the model I …

  2. Anonymous says:

    Powerful, Light, and durable cutting power for all of your away from AC outlet projects! This is an outstanding tool, far more powerful than what I expected. I used it to cut branches off an overgrown shower tree, using Makita 3 tpi blades and it’s about as good as a chain saw. Cross-sectional cuts through ~6″ diameter branches in less than 30 seconds, something that neither my 18 volt nor my 20 volt DeWalt recipros could even come close to doing with the same blades. Besides, the Makita LXT 18 volt battery was still almost fully charged after removing several large…