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I too have a Performance Power Jigsaw. 320W,230V 50Hz 0-3000 rpm. I must say that I was extremely happy with this tool until today when I discovered that the blade holding block (with the two screws) had split. I put the blame down to me using the wrong blades. Now I am on the hunt for the manufacturer and his parts list so that I can get a replacement block. Other than that I will have to make a suitable holder myself. Any ideas about who the manufacturer is ? I am currently 'googling' to try and identify the maker.
I have put off putting up shelves and other bits around the house now for too long, so today, I took a trip down B&Q!! I decided I needed a Jigsaw (not puzzle!) to do most of the cutting of wood, and after looking around for a while, I decided on this one. I am not sure if the make is 'performance power', but tis the only thing on the box, other than a picture and the words Jigsaw! But it is a really good buy for only £14.99!! A few things about it are, It cuts wood up to a depth of 55mm, and STEEL up to a depth of 6mm! it has a vari-speed trigger, a roller guide support for more accurate cutting, and the base tilts to a 45 degree angle for angular cutting. It comes with 1 cutting blade for wood, the steel one is not inclused, which is the only thing I would have liked it to have extra, and an instruction manual, and obviously, the jigsaw! The manual is very easy to read, and is in english as much as it can be! it also has a blade guide in there, advising of what sort of blade, and how many teeth it should have to cut different materials. All round this is a good buy, it is fast, and effective, gets the job done, and is easy to use and handle. Extra blades are about £5.00, but it depends on where you get them from as to how much they are and how many you get in a pack.