Make this Cut-Out FREE… on the amazing SYNCRO (Sep, 1948)

Um, I’m a little frightened by the quotes around “gift”.

Make this Cut-Out FREE… on the amazing NEW-SAFE SYNCRO MAGNETIC JIG SAW AT YOUR HARDWARE STORE

1. PASTE GIRL ON WOOD

2. SAW AROUND GIRL

3. RESULT—a realistic photo “cut-out” suitable for mantel, desk, dresser use, or as “gift”.

Now you can enjoy a FREE PERSONAL TRIAL on SYNCRO’S new, improved jig saw—so SAFE small children can use—so powerful, versatile, it’s the handiest fun or profit tool for any home or home workshop! DO THIS NOW- Paste “Miss Syncro” (or snapshot of yourself, family, sweetheart) on a piece of 1/4″ plywood, or 1/2″ softwood—take it to your hardware store that displays SYNCRO—present Free Trial Coupon. Then flip switch on his SYNCRO SAW and cut out a wooden silhouette of “Miss Syncro” or your snapshot—take home for desk, mantel or dresser use. SYNCRO needs NO MOTOR! Plug into any 50-60-cycle, 110-120 Volt A.C. only—switch on and saw? Portable—use anywhere. Practical for craftsmen •—cuts plastic, wood, thin metals, clean, smooth, no sanding needed. Educational for children—safe—used’ in schools! Hundreds of thousands sold! Many use it to earn extra cash making signs, photo cut-outs, jewelry, initial pins, book-racks, what-not-shelves, etc. The ONLY safe jig saw made! Biggest, most powerful with greatest clearance of any magnetic jig saw! NEW ADJUSTABLE arm permits sawing ANY length material. New Off-On switch. Quieter operating. Still only $17.50 at dealers in U.S.A. If none near you, send only $17.50 (plus one dollar to cover cost of shipment) direct to factory with name, address of favorite hardware dealer—we’ll ship saw to you POSTPAID on 10 Days Money-Back Trial. Or rush postcard for full, free details. (Dealers! Write, wire for “Special Direct to Dealers Introductory Demonstration Deal Offer.’ ) Hurry!

SYNCRO CORPORATION

Dept. H-98
Rochester, Michigan, U. S. A.

World’s largest Makers of Electric Jig Saws

8 comments
  1. Charlene says: November 7, 20119:03 am

    I guess you could give it a steam bath…

  2. Repack Rider says: November 7, 20119:12 am

    How do you inflate it?

  3. Hirudinea says: November 7, 201111:07 am

    “1. PASTE GIRL ON WOOD

    2. SAW AROUND GIRL”

    Gotta use a lot of paste or she’ll squrim when your sawing.

  4. Stephen says: November 8, 20114:56 am

    “New Off-On Switch.”
    Was that rare on electrical appliances in 1948?

  5. Alex says: November 8, 20116:51 pm

    It kind of sounds like it’s one of those vibration based saws that everyone seems to have now. Now I wonder where I can get one of these as it sounds like it could be handy.

  6. ajricher says: November 9, 20113:58 am

    Stephen:

    Don’t bother with it – these were (are) very low-powered and the frequency of the oscillation is about 60 Hertz – not fast and not terribly powerful/long stroke. The motor in these is essentially a glorified buzzer – the armature that drives the motor is simply attracted/repelled at 60 Hz by an electromagnet.

    I have one in my workshop – a Dremel – and I tried to use it exactly twice. For scrollsawing very thin wood for hobby use it’s OK, but for anything real you want one with a proper motor else you will be a very, very long time at whatever you’re doing.

    Alan

  7. Alex says: November 9, 201112:19 pm

    @ Alan I had no idea that dremel made them! I have the basic one from Harbor Freight tools and despite the bad rep they have I have had good luck with mine. I have use it to cut only thin stuff and I use it for sanding more than anything but I bet if I used it everyday I would change that.

  8. whoozle whaazle says: November 9, 20113:09 pm

    You gals and guys gave me a good chuckle :)

    It’s good to be back.

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