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Craftsman 6-Amp, 2,700 RPM Corded Reciprocating Saw

Item# 00917175000P | Model# 17175 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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6-Amp Corded Reciprocating Saw Is Versatile Power If nothing else will do the trick, add the Craftsman 6-amp corded reciprocating saw to your bag of tricks and you'll be back on track in no time. With speeds up to 2,700 rpm and a 3/4-inch blade stroke length, this saw has the power you need for construction, plumbing, demolition work, heating and air conditioning repair or jobs around the house. It can cut through wood, metal, drywall, PVC and more with ease. Weighing in at a shade over seven pounds, the 6-amp corded reciprocating saw is easy to work with. Dual work lights boost visibility, while a tool-less blade clamp lets you work more efficiently. A soft handle lets you keep your grip no matter how long you're working with this high-performance saw.

  • For tricky projects where every other cutting device has failed you, turn to the power and versatility of the Craftsman 6-amp corded reciprocating saw
  • A six-amp motor and heavy-duty machined gearbox power the saw
  • It has a variable speed range up to 2,700 rpm with 3/4-inch blade stroke length
  • The adjustable shoe enhances stability and gives clear visibility of the blade in any position
  • Increase work productivity with the tool less blade clamp and the dual LED work lights
  • Eight-foot cord
  • Weighs 7.3 pounds
  • Includes the saw, blade, an Allen wrench and a manual
  • One-year limited warranty
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By JadeKat
December 31st, 2008
Excellent Product

Per previous warning about the blade not clamping into saw I took the care to make sure it inserted correctly. The clamping is different as it twist around but was not difficult to get blade in. It was used to trim some branches before the cold settled in for the Season and worked very nicely. Very well made and seems to have the quality Sears is so well known for.

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By AnotherCustomerHer
May 31st, 2013

I had the same problems with blades falling out. I just bought this today, and it took less than 2 minutes to have problems with it. I thought other people writing the bad reviews were just putting the blades in wrong - no, this product really has problems. Not only does the blade fall out, but one time it flew up and almost hit me. This is not just a piece of junk, this is a hazard and should not be sold!

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Don't Buy This Saw


The blade seems to lock in OK when you take it out of its box. But when you actually use it the blades pop out. It wouldn't even cut PVC pipe for me without popping out. Unfortunately I didn't find this out until it was too late for me to return. There is no way to tighten it. Don 't buy.

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Just what we needed


Our small farm had a need for a reciprocating saw to help us with meat processing. This one was a bargain on sale just after the holidays. It works perfectly cutting through bone, etc and is easy to use.

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December 10th

only lasted 18 months


The motor went out after 18 months.

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Bargain Excellent Basic Cutting Tool


No swivel head or super amped-up motor but I have had mine for 10 years and it has never failed me. I even use it with scraper blades to take up mortar from concrete floors when doing tile work. One of the few corded tools I keep on hand because the work I make it do is never easy and batteries just might not last.

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