RIDGID Unveils Two-headed Multi-tool in JobMax Combo

January 22nd, 2010 by
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The category of multi-tools, which accept a variety of cutting and sanding attachments, continues to grow. Now RIDGID is joining this versatile tool group with a twist: its new 12-volt multi-tool consists of a power base that accepts two different quick-connect heads. One is an oscillating head, which resembles a more typical multi-tool. RIDGID says this head will accept most multi-tool attachments for plunge-cutting, sanding, scraping and more. A second AutoHammer Head, which also installs without tools, enables the same power base to drive nails at 3600 beats per minute. Its right-angle configuration will be helpful for tight-quarter nailing applications.

RIDGID packages the multi-tool with a two-speed drill, featuring a 3/8-in. single-sleeve chuck. An overmolded grip and LED light should make this a handy little cordless drill to keep around the shop or home. A charger and single Lithium-ion battery power either of the R92234 JobMax Combo Kit tools.

Unveiled for the first time at IBS, RIDGID anticipates that this all-new kit should reach Home Depot stores this March, with a suggested retail price of $199.

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One Response to “RIDGID Unveils Two-headed Multi-tool in JobMax Combo”

  1. Dan says:

    If this comes with the Lifetime Service Agreement on the tools and the Batteries like all their other tools, I will buy it from them. what a deal!!! I’ve had the batteries replaced free of charge on my other Ridgid tools and they gave me no grief what so ever.

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