More about Factory-Reconditioned Ridgid ZRR8651B 18V Cordless X4 Circular Saw Console (Bare Tool)

Ridgid ZRR8651B 18V Cordless X4 Circular Saw Console (Bare Tool) (Certified Refurbished)

Ridgid introduces the X4 18-Volt Circular Saw as a console item. Now with console only tools every consumer has the options to add on to existing kits to create their own. The Ridgid X4 18-Volt console Circular Saw is the only cordless circular saw on the market with a blower port to direct debris away from the cut line. The Circular Saw is loaded with features such as exclusive Grip Light Technology which engages LED Light by simply holding the tool, and innovative Hex Grip for maximum comfort and a secure grip.

Includes:

(1) Reconditioned R8651B 18-Volt X4 Circular Saw
6-1/2" Circular Saw Blade
Operator's manual
1-Year Limited Warranty

BATTERY AND CHARGER NOT INCLUDED

This is a factory reconditioned product. Reconditioned generally means that the product has been returned to the manufacturer, who brings the product back to fully functional condition. Some products may contain cosmetic blemishes, scrapes, scratches and dirt but should wo
  • Robust motor delivers the fastest cutting speed in its class at 5,000 RPM
  • Sight line blower directs debris away from cut line for increased visibility
  • Grip light engages light independently of trigger to illuminate work space
  • Hex Grip a innovative micro texture for secure grip and maximum user comfort
  • This item may ship in the original manufacturer's packaging.

List Price: $ 76.49 Price: $ 76.49

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15 Responses to “More about Factory-Reconditioned Ridgid ZRR8651B 18V Cordless X4 Circular Saw Console (Bare Tool)”

  1. Glenn
    2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GREAT SAW – KNOW IT’S LIMITATIONS, June 27, 2016
    By
    Glenn

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    This review is from: Factory-Reconditioned Ridgid ZRR8651B 18V Cordless X4 Circular Saw Console (Bare Tool) (Misc.)
    Great for a Cordless Circular Saw – Know you limitations with it and you will be fine. I just finished a project where I was making several cuts on half inch T-11 Plywood and 2 x 4’s. I only used two batteries for the job. Things started off really bad. I got the Saw in the mail (much sooner than the anticipated date) i put the saw blade that was included on the saw – RIDGID NAME AND ARROWS showing on the outside. Put my battery in – Got a piece of T-11 started cutting. I got about 6 inches into the cut, the blade was smoking and it ate up my battery. Tried another battery, it ate it up after about 8 inches of cut and the blade smoking. I was ready to box it up and send it back. My wife said for kicks and giggles turn the blade around. I thought why would you turn the blade around so the Name of the saw blade and arrows would not show. So I gave in and switched it around. I started cutting and it cut like cutting through butter. Advise to RIDGID – put the name of the blade on the outside like it should be. Other than that I have a great new tool to use instead of the ext. cords and all. LOVE THE SAW – KNOW YOU LIMITS WITH IT.,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  2. Anonymous
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Five Stars, June 17, 2016
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    Sarah Wheatley (PA) –

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    Again rigid has always been a good brand for us and another fathers day gift that he loves
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  3. C Thorn

    I kept yelling push the button! lol

  4. Je55terK1ng

    I'm betting that the yellow part needs to be pushed down to get the red part off

  5. Tyler Leeds

    Li-ion batteries degrade if stored too long at full charge. If they shipped them fully charged, you'd get junk when you opened the package. (even more than yellow death already is).. Also a good idea to run your batteries down a bit after charging if you're not going to use them for a while.

  6. calvingreene90

    It appears to me that getting a high wattage inverter, a reasonable capacity car battery, and a good charger or put a transformer on both ends of the e-cord for more efficient power transmission be the easiest way.

  7. Corroder

    you didn't tear the DeWalt apart

  8. Corroder

    push the battery release duh

  9. Seth Wheeler (I Am The Ram Rod)

    You watch the Green brothers don't you?

  10. Robert Stever

    Did this for my lawnmower. We need to talk.

  11. Bart Salomon

    i wish you were my neijber….god my wife would kill is the shit we could eeenvent…plus beers are always necessary.

  12. Destin amos

    PRESS THE BUTTON

  13. Richard C

    AvE, I presume you know this already and was just ranting but, I'll still say it. The best state of charge to store lithium ion cells is 40% so manufacturers ship out lithium ion batteries approximately half charged so they are still good if the product sits on a shelf for a long time. (yeah,yeah, I saw other posts below. blah) [Otherwise: hahahahah! real fucking funny stuff man, keep it up!)

  14. David Bilia

    Instead of battery's could you use capacitors to turbo charge it on startup

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