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BOSCH 120-Volt Top-Handle Jigsaw Kit JS365 Blue, 6.5 Amp

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BOSCH 120-Volt Top-Handle Jigsaw Kit JS365 Blue, 6.5 Amp

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Product description

Style:Jigsaw Only

Product Description

Jig Saw, Cutting Action 4-Position Orbital, Strokes per Minute 500 to 3100, Length of Stroke 1 In., Amps 6.5, Blade Type T-Shank, Handle Design Top, Speed Control Trigger, Features Multi Directional Blade Clamp, Die Cast Foot with Steel Insert, on Board Bevel, Allen Key Storage, Adjustable Dust Blower, Ambidextrous Lock on Button, Tool Length 9-7/8 In., Tool Weight 5.4 lb., Blade System Tool-Less, Adjustable Shoe 0 Degrees to 45 Degrees , Voltage 120VAC, Cord Length 8.0 ft. The BOSCH 120-Volt Top-Handle Jigsaw features a precision-machined plunging mechanism for enhanced accuracy and a low-vibration design for smooth operation. This powerful 6.5-amp jigsaw comes equipped with an ergonomic top handle and a two-finger trigger to provide versatility and comfort. It offers four orbital settings and varied cutting capacities for wood, aluminum, and steel. For added convenience, it includes a no-mar overshoe, an anti-splinter insert, a blade, a bevel wrench, and a carrying case.

Variable Speed for Power and Control
Powered by a 6.5-amp motor, the jigsaw provides a 3-1/2-inch cutting capacity in soft wood, a 7/8-inch capacity in aluminum, and 3/8-inch capacity in mild steel. The variable speed dial lets you set the dial to maximum speed and use the accelerator trigger to control the operating speed, giving you greater precision and control.

Smooth Operation and Fast Blade Changes
For enhanced accuracy and smooth operation, the jigsaw boasts a precision-machined plunging mechanism. An exclusive multidirectional blade clamp provides superior grip of T-shank blades, while a tool-less blade change system offers fast and effortless blade installation and removal. The jigsaw does not accept U-shank blades.

For the versatility you need to tackle a range of projects, the jigsaw offers four orbital settings for smooth to aggressive cuts.

Ergonomic Design and Dust Blower for Safety and Efficiency
Designed to be user friendly, this jigsaw features an ergonomic top handle with a two-finger trigger, as well as an ambidextrous lock-on button made to accommodate steady, long cuts.

For user safety, an adjustable dust blower keeps the cutting line clear, and the sturdy die-cast foot includes both a steel insert and on-board bevel Allen key storage to keep your workspace organized.

Warranty Information
The BOSCH Top-Handle Jigsaw is backed by a manufacturer's one-year limited warranty.

"p" "b"What's in the Box
Jigsaw, anti-splinter insert, blade, wrench, plastic overshoe, and carrying case.


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The Bosch 120-Volt Top-Handle Jigsaw features a precision-machined plunging mechanism for enhanced accuracy and a low-vibration design for smooth operation. This powerful 6.5-amp jigsaw comes equipped with an ergonomic top handle and a two-finger trigger to provide versatility and comfort. It offers four orbital settings and varied cutting capacities for wood, aluminum, and steel. For added convenience, it includes a no-mar overshoe, an anti-splinter insert, a blade, a bevel wrench, and a carrying case.

Variable Speed for Power and Control
Powered by a 6.5-amp motor, the jigsaw provides a 3-1/2-inch cutting capacity in soft wood, a 7/8-inch capacity in aluminum, and 3/8-inch capacity in mild steel. The variable speed dial lets you set the dial to maximum speed and use the accelerator trigger to control the operating speed, giving you greater precision and control.

Smooth Operation and Fast Blade Changes
For enhanced accuracy and smooth operation, the jigsaw boasts a precision-machined plunging mechanism. An exclusive multidirectional blade clamp provides superior grip of T-shank blades, while a tool-less blade change system offers fast and effortless blade installation and removal. The jigsaw does not accept U-shank blades.

For the versatility you need to tackle a range of projects, the jigsaw offers four orbital settings for smooth to aggressive cuts.

Ergonomic Design and Dust Blower for Safety and Efficiency
Designed to be user friendly, this jigsaw features an ergonomic top handle with a two-finger trigger, as well as an ambidextrous lock-on button made to accommodate steady, long cuts.

For user safety, an adjustable dust blower keeps the cutting line clear, and the sturdy die-cast foot includes both a steel insert and on-board bevel Allen key storage to keep your workspace organized.

Warranty Information
The Bosch Top-Handle Jigsaw is backed by a manufacturer's one-year limited warranty.

"p" "b"What's in the Box
Jigsaw, anti-splinter insert, blade, wrench, plastic overshoe, and carrying case.



From the manufacturer

Bosch 120-Volt Top-Handle Jigsaw Kit

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The Bosch JS365 Top-Handle Jig Saw provides plenty of power coupled with handling and accuracy. Finish carpenters and kitchen and bath installers will appreciate the powerful 6.5 Amp motor and variable-speed control, making this saw an excellent choice for curve-cutting. A dial on the back of the tool controls the maximum speed; the accelerator trigger regulates the operating speed. This jig saw is engineered with a precision-machined plunging mechanism and low-vibration design, delivering enhanced accuracy and extremely smooth operation. Also, it was designed with soft grip areas for solid handling. The sturdy die-cast aluminum footplate includes a steel insert and on-board storage of bevel hex key. The JS365's multidirectional blade clamp delivers superior grip of T-shank blades (but it does not accept U-shank blades). The toolless T-shank blade-change system affords fast blade insertion and removal. It has a dust blower (with an on/off switch) for max cut-line visibility.

About Us

The Bosch Group is supplier of technology. The Bosch Group comprises Robert Bosch GmbH and its more than 350 subsidiaries and regional companies in more than 60 countries.

Robert Bosch Tool Corporation in North America was formed in January 2003 when Robert Bosch GmbH combined its North American power tool and power tool accessory divisions into one organization.

Bosch celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2011.

BOSCH 120-Volt Top-Handle Jigsaw Kit JS365 Blue, 6.5 Amp

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