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Are you in the market for a new jig saw?  One question you probably have is what is the best jig saw on the market?  This is a common question and one that can not be answered easily since everyone has different needs and different uses.  Almost every manufacturer makes a jig saw, but not all jig saws are created equally.  If you are looking for jig saw reviews, you came to the right place.  Tools in Action reviews the top brands and the top models of jig saws to help make your buying decision easier.  If you would like to learn more about jig saws, we have a jig saw buying guide which is a great starting point.  If you still have questions after reading our jig saw reviews, don’t forget to talk with the TIA Crew in the Power Tool Forum.  There are a ton of professionals and knowledgeable people in the forum who are always willing to help.  Chances are if you are looking for another jig saw review, one of the TIA Crew members have probably used and reviewed a jig saw you are looking to buy.  Don’t forget you can check out our Guide section and narrow your search down with more information about power tools.

Metabo Cordless Jig Saw STA 18 LTX – Work Don’t Play

I like to think of Metabo as the Unimog of tools.  The Unimog is a truck made by Mercedes Benz that is known for...
Dewalt Cordless Jigsaw Review

Dewalt Cordless Jigsaw Review

Dewalt is iconic, holding ranks with only a few true childhood memories that are forever ingrained in my brain. While Craftsman might come to mind...

Dewalt Jig Saw Review – Model DW331KR

     A Jig Saw is a pretty cool power tool, it gives the user a lot of freedom to make a variety of cuts,...
Makita Jig Saw Review

Makita Jig Saw Review – 12V Max CXT Model VJ04Z

If you have been following us for a while, you know we have had the chance to take a look at a bunch of...
Bosch Cordless Jig Saw

Bosch Cordless Jig Saw – Barrel Grip

When it comes to professional power tools, Bosch is one of the best.  While Bosch is known for their concrete tools, they are also...

Dremel Trio Review – 6800-01

If you haven't been living under a rock, then you have probably tried a Dremel rotary tool or at least heard of one.   Dremel...

Festool Carvex PS 420 EBQ Jigsaw Review – 561593

Did you know that in 1946 Albert Kaufmann designed the first Jig Saw?  He replaced the needle in his wife's sewing machine with a...
Milwaukee Fuel Jig Saw Review

Milwaukee Fuel Jig Saw Review

I have been using the Milwaukee Jig Saw for a while on my house project, well not this exact saw since I lent it...
Skil Jig Saw

Skil 12V Jigsaw

While the first jigsaw dates back to the 19th century, the modern jigsaw is a little newer with its beginning dating back to 1947. ...

Black & Decker 20V Cordless Jigsaw BDCJS20B

We haven't done a whole lot of Black and Decker on TIA, but the items we have tried, we have liked.  Black and Decker...
Milwaukee Cordless Jig Saw Review

Milwaukee Cordless Jig Saw Review

If you are looking for a specific 18V power tool, chances are Milwaukee has it. They have one of the most extensive lines of...

Ridgid R3100 Compact Jigsaw Review

Once again Ridgid has come up with something new and innovative for the Fuego line of tools. Next up for the Fuego line is...
Bosch JS120BN

Bosch 12V Jig Saw Model JS120BN

As you know I am a huge fan of Bosch tools and believe they make one of the toughest tools around.  So when I...

Rockwell – Trans4Mer JigSaw RK2516 – Exclusive In Action

We feel pretty lucky here at Tools In Action, lately we have had a good streak of getting you exclusive looks at new tools....

DeWALT DCS331L1 20V MAX Li-ion Jigsaw with 3.0ah battery – Review

DeWALT has been flexing some muscle in the saw market lately.  The DCS331 resembles the 18V DC330, it has the same 1" stroke and 3000...
Hilti Cordless Jig Saw

Hilti Cordless Jig Saw

When I think of Hilti, I think of concrete, steel, and professional tools for those applications.  I don't really think of Jig Saws.  Yes,...

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