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Makita JR3061T Reciprocating Saw (110V)

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A powerful Makita reciprocating saw sold in a kit box with 3 blades for wood and metal

The Makita JR3061T Reciprocating Saw is fitted With a powerful 1250 Watt motor producing a 32mm stroke, with a cut capacity of 255mm in wood and 130mm in pipe. It has been designed with a ring and rubber seal to prevent dust from entering the gear room which means a much longer tool life. The reinforced shoe can be adjusted to 5 positions depending on the application. The machine has a tool-less blade change and LED light for working in darker areas. Overall, an extremely versatile and useful tool. Sold in 110V and 240V models with 3 blades in a Carry Case.


  • Variable speed trigger control to deliver precise control
  • LED job light
  • Joist hook
  • Tool-less blade change
  • Tool-less shoe adjustment
  • Ergonomic soft grip
  • Double Insulation
  • Vertical crank minimises blade deflection from aiming point especially in metal cutting

Comes With:

  • 3 Blades:
  • 1 x B-05153 for Wood 203mm
  • 1 x B-05030 Bi-Metal 152mm
  • 1 x B-05044 Wood and Metal 152mm
  • Carry Case


  • Max in wood: 255 mm
  • Max cut in pipe: 130 mm
  • Strokes per Minute: 0 – 3,000 spm
  • Stroke Length: 32 mm
  • Noise sound pressure: 88 dB(A)
  • Noise sound power: 99 dB(A)
  • Noise K factor: 3 dB(A)
  • Input wattage: 1250 W
  • Vibration K factor: 2.0 m/sec²
  • Vibration: 
  • Cutting Wood: 16.5 m/sec²
  • Vibration: Cutting Chipboard 18.5 m/sec²
  • Net weight: 3.8 kg

SKU: MAK-JR3061T-110V

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