Advanced Brushless Technology with Advanced Features
Product Name: Festool 561593 Carvex PS 420 EBQ Jigsaw
Product Description: Festool Jig Saw
The Festool 561593 Carvex PS 420 EBQ Jigsaw kit includes the Systainer 1 T loc, detachable power cord, Chip catcher, 2 t-Shank jigsaw blades, and a splinter guard. It’s a choice of experts who are dealing with very precise cutting. The kit wins the race in terms of exclusive features, most advanced technology, and the best design.
The Festool 561593 Carvex PS 420 EBQ Jigsaw is equipped with every feature you can think of and if you examine the model carefully, it displays the best design a jigsaw should have. The box with this kit is very attractive and it homes all accessories included in the package. If you prefer quality over money and never settle for anything less than the best, this kit is for you.
Engineers figured out every aspect of this tool and manufactured for various type of applications where accuracy and user comfort matters. We will discover every feature and advantage over competitors to make the selection easier for you.
Art of the Most Advanced Technology
The motor is the heart of any electronic tool, and this is very evident in the Festool Carvex PS 420 EBQ Jigsaw. The latest brushless technology eliminates the use of carbon strips and delivers a double dose of power output. It’s like a magnetic train, defying gravity to deliver fraction less speed. However, the brushless technology is not exclusive with Festool only. You can find same features in Milwaukee tools as well, but the power cord with this tool is detachable, which is convenient to store after use.
Under the handle, there is vacuum adapter for a clean workspace. It saves your time cleaning the cutline frequently for better sight. It comes with carbide T-shank jigsaw blades and carbide blades guidance system for wood cutting applications and perpendicular cuts. The tool features variable speeds ranging between 500 and stunning 3800 RPM, which is extremely fast.
Innovative – Exclusive – Smart
The base of the Festool 561593 Jigsaw is tool-free and multi-base platform features innovative bases. It has enhanced capabilities to perform circular cuts, angular cuts by tilting the bevel, and various sub base inserts. The bevel adjusts between +-45-degrees. This unit exclusively comes with stroboscopic effects and high intensity LED lights. They sync to the speed of blade and freeze it in operation so you can have a clear sight of cut-line to follow it easily.
The vacuum adapter won’t let any debris stay on the line when it is connected to a vacuum cleaner. The design is a good example of ergonomics and you will feel great all the time without any fatigue or twist on the wrist. The motor is automatic and adjusts to required RPM while working with different materials.
Specifications and features
- EC-TEC brushless motor
- T-Shank Blades
- 4-3/4-inch wood cutting depth
- 3/8” soft steel and ¾” non-ferrous metal
- Bevel capacity +/- 45 Degrees
- SPM 500-3800
- Most Advance brushless motor technology for ultimate power
- Variable speed motor automatically adapts to speed
- Multi-base platform
- Carbide blade guidance system
- Strobe light LED effect for better visibility
- Vacuum adaptor for cleaner environment
- Ergonomic design, lightweight
- Detachable power cord
- User rating is not very satisfying
The Festool 561593 Carvex PS 420 EBQ Jigsaw kit includes the Systainer 1 T loc, detachable power cord, Chip catcher, 2 t-Shank jigsaw blades, and a splinter guard. It’s a choice of experts who are dealing with very precise cutting. The kit wins the race in terms of exclusive features, most advanced technology, and the best design. The economy is not a matter of concern. This unit operates on direct 120V AC/DC only. The source of origin is Germany.
Nothing goes wrong with this tool, but if anything does happen, you have a 30-day money back guarantee and 3-year service all-inclusive warranty. Despite all the great features and high price, the user rating is only 3.9 out of 5 stars, which is less then DEWALT NiCad jigsaw that was introduced back in 2004.