Black & Decker KS500-GB 400W Corded Jigsaw 240V

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Designed cutting light sheet metal and metal pipes or light decorative, hobby and DIY tasks, this 400W corded jigsaw from Black & Decker comes with a specially designed handle, ideal for prolonged periods of use.

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  • Universal blade clamp holds both U & T shank blades
  • Integral blade storage allows various blades to be kept with the product
  • Sightline channel makes viewing the line of cut much easier
  • Lock-on switch increases comfort during prolonged cutting
  • Can cut aluminium 10 mm deep

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Black & Decker KS500-GB 400W Corded Jigsaw 240V
Brand Black & Decker
Colour group Orange
Voltage 240V
No load speed 3000
Maximum cutting capacity steel 5mm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 60mm
Model KS500-GB

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