10 thoughts on “The NEW Ridgid Jobmax Multi Tool Cutting a 2 x 4!

  1. Get a Makita. They are more expensive, but more durable, the battery lasts longer, and the motor is stronger. I love my Makita multi tool, and I have no regrets spending the extra dollar on a great tool!

  2. The only real valuable thing I think this tool is for is making accurate cuts on mouldings and frames. Pounding even a new chisel on a wood frame has always been impossible…
    Sooner or later the Chinese 1.00 blades will show up…
    These tools are designed (like the original Dremel) to be low cost upfront and then kill you later with the blades and cutters.
    This business model is nothing new…100 years ago the Shick safety razor was cheap but the consumable razor blades were a fortune…

  3. Yes Dave i agree with Shawnspeed3 we know it cuts through wood, but do your blades last longer? Seems the Problem with these tools is the Blade, i just used on and it only lasted me 20 mins cutting through Plaster Making and Edge like, Horrible blades, iam Returning item back to home depot these Multi tools are desiged to make money with cheap blades and keep charging you over and over for blades, Not going for it as a Smart Consumer, if i have to buy 3 blades an hour about $8-$14 a blade :o/

  4. Does it last longer and more powerful than the Dremel? We all know it can cut through wood! Question is, is t better than the other brands…

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