Rigid does not make Ryobi. Milwaukee builds different levels of "Sawzall's", from a home owners version to "Heavy Duty" to "Super Sawzall". The price goes up along with the power and durability. Makita, DeWalt and Porter Cable make high quality saws of this type. Porter Cable has the unique "Tiger Claw" which has a knuckle adjustable to many different angles between the motor and the saw chuck. This tool is very useful since it allows close quarters access by making a simple change in body position. Craftsman, Ryobi, and Black & Decker all build home owner models. I have recently used a B&D 24 volt cordless version and was surprized at it's power. Harbor Freight offers a China built saw for under $20. They also import under the Chicago name. Having had the opportunity to view the Chicago tool line in person, my advice to anyone considering buying anything they make is simple: "Hit yourself in the head with a hammer and wake up!" The dollar store mentality is fine for candle holders. Power tools are an investment in your future productivity, and... you get what you pay for.
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