Ozito 18V Jigsaw Review & Beginners Guide

Ozito 18V Jigsaw Review & Beginners Guide

So you need a Jigsaw and you are probably wondering if its low price ms too good to be true.

Well Ozito is a hobbyist brand so it will not have some of the specs and features of their competitors who are priced much higher.
As a tool for a hobbyist this has more than enough quality and features built into it to get you job done.

00:00 Introduction
00:19 Battery
00:52 Saw Blade Replacement
02:09 Blade Angle
03:16 Side Angle
03:44 Guides
04:01 Vacuum Attachment
05:05 Safety & Trigger
05:31 LED & Throttle
05:54 Demonstration

Thanks for taking the time to watch my video and also thanks to
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1 Comment

  1. Joseph King on October 12, 2023 at 9:49 pm

    I bought mine on an almost whim a month ago and have yet to use it. Was a toss up between this and a circular saw which I still aim to purchase. The bevel movement on my Jigsaw was so loose it could easily be moved by hand *without* moving the Bevel Locking Lever forward. It appears part of the problem to be a very loose allen bolt/screw under the bottom plate (the foot?) which allowed the bevel mechanism to move back and forward so it wouldn’t engage with the Bevel Locking Lever. A poor bit of part fitment with one of the bevel guide being slots too wide for the keyed locking part too narrow that allowed the mechanism to move too freely.

    I checked the rotating lever that allowed you to change the cutting angle and that too appears to have an issue because I noticed your jigsaw’s blade made a very noticeable angle change when the settings were changed. When I move to the *EXACT* setting the blade moves forward slightly and moving to the next setting straightens the blade and the next two setting nothing happens. Might need a trip back to Bunnings because if I start unscrewing things that could _Null & Void_ the *5 Year Warranty.* Yeah, I like that warranty. Shame their batteries are so damn expensive especially the higher capacity ones.

    *Thank You* for this video. 👍 I had noticed the bevel issue I had on the jigsaw when I purchased it but I didn’t notice the cutting angle not appearing to be working as intended. If I remember I’ll post back after the trip to Bunnings and let you know what a twat I am for missing something with that cutting angle setting. 🤦‍♂