Snap-on introduces its CTRS761 14.4V MicroLithium Cordless Reciprocating Saw.
Small and lightweight, Snap-on says this durable saw is built for working in confined areas. Whether the job is mufflers and exhaust pipes or foundry and sheet metal work, the CTRS761 can cut through tough materials.
“The CTRS761 is Snap-on innovation at its best, offering state-of-the-art technology and precision,” says Rodger Isetts, product manager of power tools for Snap-on. “This reciprocating saw features a rechargeable battery, interchangeable with the entire line of Snap-on 14.4V MicroLithium Cordless tools. The ergonomic cushion grip ensures comfort and control during jobs and the integrated LED work light illuminates work areas for accuracy.”
With the ability to cut through steel, wood and plastic, the CTRS761 is equipped with a variable speed-controlled trigger switch, and the footplate can be adjusted to six different positions to match job applications. The non-slip cushioned nose reduces vibration and provides positive, smooth operation while the quick, one-handed blade release requires no tools for fast, uncomplicated blade switching, Snap-on says. Designed to accommodate jigsaw and reciprocating saw blades, the CTRS761 gets the job done without interruption and features a built-in LED power indicator to let users know how much battery power is available.
“After a full charge in just under an hour, the CTRS761 reaches 3,100 strokes per minute for continuous sawing. The trigger and nose mechanism are both sealed to prevent dirt and debris from damaging the tool’s internal components, and the housing screen protects the powerful motor,” says Isetts.
The CTRS761 includes two lithium batteries, charger, tote bag and six-inch saw blade for convenience and immediate use.