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It’s small and light so works very precisely and the power light is particularly good, so you can see what you’re doing if you’re working in shadow (always a bonus). De Walt DW331: £132.98, uk This is pricey, but strong and sturdy, yet lightweight, and the rubber grip is brilliant.
It’s also extremely accurate, thanks to the combined variable speed control and trigger and the patented keyless blade change system means it’s simple to switch the blades to suit your needs.
There’s a good grip on the handle and although the speed of the cutting could be faster, it’s still a great machine for most basic DIY needs and is also noticeably lighter than many other machines we tested. To get the most out of the battery before it needs recharging, we suggest only powering on when you’re actually ready to cut.
This price is for the base only, but you can buy it with the charger and batteries as a set too. Bosch PST 700 PEL: £37.49, uk This is the cheapest jigsaw in our round-up, but it is a good precise tool, with enough power to get the blade through some pretty tough materials such as steel and thick aluminium.
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The combination of weight and balance of this machine means it stays on the line all the time you’re using it.
When choosing yours, be sure to think about whether you want corded or cordless and all the different features and capabilities. Black & Decker KS800S: £61.97, uk Our favourite feature of the KS800S is the speed control on the side, which means you can control it while cutting without losing grip – a common problem when jigsaws have the dial at the top.
Also in this machine’s favour is that it feels very sturdy and well-made and the shape of the front means you get an excellent view of the line you’re cutting. Mac Allister Pendulum Action Jigsaw: £47, This brand new corded jigsaw from Mac Allister cuts through a good range of materials including wood, metal, plastics and ceramics, which is particularly good for the low price tag.
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