The Makita 4351FCT has the body grip design preferred by many professionals. It is supplied in carrying case complete with dust nozzle, baseplate cover, anti-splinter device and jigsaw blade set.
|Max Depth of Cut Steel||10 mm|
|Max Depth of Cut Wood||135 mm|
|Nett Weight||2.5 kg|
|Stroke Rate||800 - 2,800 /min|
|Tilting Base||Standard Feature|
|Corded or Cordless||Corded|
|Stroke Length||26 mm|
|Pendulum Action||Standard Feature|
21 June 2016
Great toolSadly, I've only really used cheap tools untill recently. This may well explain why it was, after using it for the first time, I raised it above my head and called out "By the power of Greyskull; I have the power!" It was only then, when I heard giggling through the wall that I remembered I have neighbors.
31 July 2015
good handy man or hobby saw, not for the professional!this saw feels heavy duty and robust.. but unfortunately i don't think it is of high quality.
2 December 2010
Smooth as a FestoBought one of these about two years ago. It came out top in one of the woodwork magazines in a review of jigsaws. They rated it as equal to the Festool in terms of performance and smoothness/ low vibration, but it beat the Festool hands down on price. This has been my experience also. The tool seems well made and is showing no signs of wear after two years of trade use. I'm suprised at the review preferring Bosch blue. I've used those in the past and whilst solid, I find them more clunky and unrefined. If I had to choose again it would definitely be this Makita body grip.
j j powell
12 April 2010
Not as good as a boschHad mine for a about 2 years now. I bought this model because I wanted to cut from below the sheet. However there has always bee too much vibration and far louder than similar priced bosch. Its now starting to fall apart as well. If your a professional user its got to be blue bosch jigsaws everytime,,,