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Craftsman C3 19.2-Volt Reciprocating Saw

Item# 00917549000P | Model# CRS1000 | Added on October 21, 2010 |
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Craftsman C3 19.2-Volt Reciprocating Saw
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19.2-Volt Reciprocating Saw Is Versatile and Powerful Any do-it-yourselfer will appreciate the power and convenience of the cordless Craftsman C3 Saw. You'll enjoy comfort and control as you use this saw, which has a variable speed of 0-3100 SPM, as well as a soft-grip, overmolded handle. This reciprocating saw's adjustable shoe makes the tool extremely versatile, efficient and easy to use-and an excellent addition to your workbench. Safety-wise, the 19.2-Volt Reciprocating Saw has a heavy-duty extended-length trigger switch with lock-off. A 7/8-inch blade stroke makes for fast cutting and a long blade life, and the blade clamp allows you to change blades without tools. With a removable battery pack, you'll be able to saw where it's most convenient for your project and not be tied to an electrical outlet. This saw is sure to become one of your go-to tools.

  • The Craftsman C3 Reciprocating Saw comes with the power of a 19.2 volt, 0-3100 SPM variable-speed motor
  • This cordless saw has a removable battery pack that will supply power to many jobs
  • The kit includes the C3 Die-Hard Reciprocating Saw, 1/2-inch universal shank blades and an owner's manual
  • A soft-grip overmolded handle and adjustable shoe give you comfort and control
  • A blade clamp allows you to change the saw's blades without tools
  • Enjoy a 7/8-inch blade stroke ideal for fast cutting and a long blade life
  • Stay safe with a heavy-duty extended-length trigger switch with lock-off
  • Weight: 5.02
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This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By htfuman2
September 24th, 2014
Impressed by This Portable Saw and Price as well

I had to purchase this saw when I ran into trouble removing my old exhaust system from my pickup. I ran to the local Sears store and decided upon this C3 Reciprocating saw because I already owned a couple C3 products that have performed well. Well let me tell you this saw doesn't run short nor disappoint. It cut the steel tubing on my exhaust like butter and saved me a couple hours of hard labor. I was very satisfied and expect this product to last many years. I would recommend purchasing the additional warranty, simple because to add on an additional 2 years was only a add-on of $7 dollars. Winning!

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Criticism
By grgsr
February 18th, 2014
Broke just after warranty ran out!

This saw was used very little and was never abused. About 60 days after the warranty ran out the saw setup and no longer would function. I called Craftsmen and explained my situation and that fell on deft ears. I ask the rep. about getting the saw repaired and I was in formed that it would cost me more for the repair then to buy a new one. I don't use this saw a lot but when I need it I need it. I did buy another one, but only because I already have five 19.2 volt tools and a substantial amount of money invested in the batteries. If I had it to do over or I could get someone to buy the stuff I have I would buy a better brand.The Craftsmen tools of today sure are not the Craftsman tools my dad had. Craftsman used stand for unconditional quality and they would stand behind there products. Like so many other companies today the Sears Craftsmen brand has lost there way.

8 found this review helpful
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ratazc

Great for My Needs.

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This is a versatile tool that will make easy work of medium size to small jobs. Battery lasted quite a while, but better to have two.

July 7th via sears.com
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Sears_Purchaser
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Great product

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It was a great Christmas gift for my husband. He loves it.

February 14th via powerreviews.com
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Dabigaf

Great with lithium batteries.

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Ten years ago, I had a cordless reciprocating saw powered by NiCad batteries. That thing was horrible; the batteries would die in the middle of a cut, and to me it was more of a gimmick. Up until recently, I have been using a corded reciprocating saw because of my past experience. I bought this unit because it was on sale. Using lithium batteries, i can actually get work done.

January 11th via mobile
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Frumious3
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Update: 3 years of use - Still Happy

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I don't frequently write updates to my reviews, but this tool is worth a confirming review. Of all the Craftsman C3 tools I have (and it's quite a few) this is still of my favorites. What makes it so good is its size (small, light weight, totally portable) and power (strong and reliable). It is pro-quality: I have worn out scores of blades with it but the saw keeps working as good as new. I use mine with either a 1.3 Amp or 4 amp battery depending on the job size. Using two 4 amp XCH batteries in rotation (one charging while you use the other one) you can cut all day long.

My wife has recently discovered this tool is helpful for her landscaping and gardening. She limbs trees and bushes using a pruning blade. Again, the light weight and relatively small size are what make it work so well for her.

December 13th via sears.com
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loki03xlh
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Awesome tool!

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This saw rocks. It cuts through rusted suspension bolts like a hot knife through butter. It also works great trimming tree branches. Be sure to use a lithium battery and not an older NiCAD. The NiCAD ones don't last long enough.

October 15th via sears.com
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