Hitachi CR13VBY 12 Amp Low Vibration Reciprocating Saw (Reconditioned)

Hitachi CR13VBY 12 Amp Low Vibration Reciprocating Saw (Reconditioned)

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Condition: Grade A
Our Price $108.95
UPC Code: 717709011922

Availability: Out of stock

Hitachi CR13VBY 12 Amp Low Vibration Reciprocating Saw (Reconditioned)
Description

Description

Hitachi's CR13VBY 12 Amp reciprocating saw features a patented technology called UVP (User Vibration Protection). The adverse health effects to a user from vibration produced by power tools is a hot issue being addressed at this time. Hitachi's UVP technology reduces the overall vibration produced by the motor and therefore drastically lessens the vibration transfer to the user of the tool. A counterweight mechanism reduces full-load triaxial vibration by over 65%. A swing cutting mechanism located near the blade lessens the "rebound" effect that is normally created from a traditional orbital action cut. In addition to less vibration, the CR13VBY produces a faster cut in steel and wood as compared to competitive models.
Features

Features


  • User Vibration Protection (UVP) technology incorporates a counterweight mechanism that reduces full-load tri-axial vibration by over 65% significantly reducing vibration transfer to the user

  • 12Amp motor provides aggressive power thanks to 1370 Watts, resulting in a faster cutting speed and higher efficiency on the job

  • Variable speed dial and trigger allow the user to adjust the cutting speed optimally for the application for less waste and more control

  • 2 mode cutting mechanism- straight mode and "swing" mode that produce significantly less rebound effect as compared to traditional orbital action for a more efficient cut in wood materials

  • Tool-less blade change with a simple press of a lever for quick replacements

  • Stroke length of 1-1/4" at 0-3,000 SPM resulting in rapid cutting performance

  • Constructed with a triple seal design to protect from dust and debris generated during use- also protects from water waste when cutting into pipes

  • Durable front cover is made from double molded elastomer and plastic to protect from heat and prevent slippage

  • Ergonomic shape and slip/heat resistant grip are easier to handle and make it easy to use all day

Specifications

Specifications


  • Amps ... 12 

  • Rating ... 120V AC 

  • No-Load Speed ... 0-3,000 

  • Stroke ... 1-1/4" 

  • Variable Speed Control ... Trigger Dial 

  • Full-Load Tri-Axial Vibration ... 9.0 

  • Cutting Modes ... 2 

  • Soft Grip Handle Cover ... Yes 

  • Triple Sealed Construction ... Yes 

  • Reversible Blade ... Yes 

  • Tool-less Blade Change ... Yes 

  • Tool-less Shoe Adjustment ... Yes 

  • Length ... 18.3" 

  • Weight ... 9.7 lb

Includes

Includes


  • Case 

  • 8” BIM All Purpose Blade

Manuals

Manuals

View FileParts Manual (PDF)    Size: (241.76 KB)Parts Manual (PDF) View FileOwners Manual (PDF)    Size: (2.59 MB)Owners Manual (PDF)
Videos

Product Video

Reviews

Customer Reviews 31 item(s)

Big Sky Tool Reviews
Saw was in good shape, although it came without any blades. Case was a little abused. Great value, great saw.
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Review by Ross Williams / (Posted on 5/14/2014)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Heavy but powerful and fast
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Review by Eric Chyung / (Posted on 8/5/2013)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
I have used the saw several time and have found it easy to use and powerful and rugid enough to do what I need. I have been hesitatn about purchasing reconditioned products but so far this one has proven to be all that I wanted and would expect in a new saw.
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Review by Charles Bray / (Posted on 4/30/2012)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
I have purchased many recondintioned tools from Bigsky Tool and as usual I am very pleased with my current purchase of a Hitachi reciprocating saw. It looks and performs like new. Ron
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Review by Ron Sheerin / (Posted on 12/22/2011)
Big Sky Tool Reviews
Cuts well the blade release is flimsy.
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Review by john mccormack / (Posted on 10/14/2011)