New Ridgid Jobmax Heads

Ridgid Jobmax Head

Ridgid has added some new heads to their Jobmax line. The Jobmax platform is interesting because of all the attachments you can add to the base power head. It started out as an oscillating multi-tool, but is now a much deeper product line now. Ridgid has added a tool-free multi tool head which is a nice upgrade to the line. Everyone knows how annoying dealing with the hex keys to change blades can be if they have an OMT without tool-free blade change. The other Jobmax head Ridgid has added is a rotary/drywall cutter head. This looks interesting for a few reasons a person that does drywall would like this as a rotary drywall tool is faster than using an OMT blade and the rotary cutting option saves you from spending money on a Dremel type rotary tool. The rotary/cutter also looks to have a tool-free blade change. You can also use these on the Ryobi One Plus 18v Jobmax base if your on the Ryobi cordless tool battery platform.

Ridgid Jobmax Tool-Free Blade Change Multi-Tool Head at Home Depot

Ridgid Jobmax Rotary/Drywall Cutter Head at Home Depot

 

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