Ridgid R86448B Octane 18v Brushless One Handed Reciprocating Saw

It’s been several year since Ridgid has had a cordless one handed reciprocating saw on the market with the last model being the Fuego brushed one handed saw. Ridgid has been pumping out lots of new tools in their Octane line and one of the latest is the new Ridgid R86448B Octane 18v Brushless One Handed Reciprocating Saw.

My thoughts: It’s about time Ridgid re-entered the cordless one handed Reciprocating saw game as they’ve become quite popular among plumbers and electricians. Their lightweight and compact design make them more ideal for overhead work than a traditional reciprocating saw. One standout feature on this Ridgid is that it features an inline stroke and orbital mode for faster cuts in wood and from what I’ve seen this is currently the only one on the market to offer that feature in a one handed saw. Other features include 3,000 strokes per minute, a siteline blower and an LED light activated by the trigger or the grip light handle switch.

Features and Specifications:

  • OCTANE tool to deliver maximum power, intelligence, and performance
  • Brushless motor technology delivers over 50% more runtime, more power, and longer motor life
  • On/off orbital action for faster wood and demolition cutting (orbital) or for metal cutting (non-orbital) applications
  • Ergonomics built for user comfort and easy use in tight spaces
  • 30% less vibration for more control and less fatigue
  • 3X the power for ultimate demolition work
  • Sight line blower directs debris away from the cut line for increased visibility
  • Grip light engages LED light independently of the trigger to illuminate work space
  • Backed by the industry’s only Lifetime Service Agreement
  • Strokes per minute: 3,000
  • Stroke length: 3/4”
  • Voltage: 18v DC
  • Suggested pricing at the time of writing: $129 bare tool
  • Warranty: 3 year limited and lifetime service agreement with registration


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