Bosch 240V Corded PMF250CES All Rounder (H)295mm (W)110mm (L)386mm

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3165140666411
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3.6 out of 5 stars  (3)

This 20000rpm, corded 240V All rounder from Bosch is the ultimate tool for versatile working. It comes with a 4-stage depth stop for a precise, professional finish, and is best used for sanding wood or old paint, shortening door frames when laying laminate flooring, grout removal and scraping. It comes with its own carry case for easy transportation and storage when not in use.

  • Guarantee - 2 year
  • Accessories included - 1 x segment saw blade, 1 x wood plunge cut blade, 1 x delta sanding plate, 1 x sanding sheet, 1 x depth stop, 1 x extra handle and carry case

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Technical specification of Bosch 240V Corded PMF250CES All Rounder (H)295mm (W)110mm (L)386mm
Brand Bosch
Colour description Black, green and red
Blade change Keyless blade change
Depth adjustment 4-stage depth stop
No load speed 20000rpm
Voltage 240V
Height 295mm
Width 110mm
Length 386mm
Model PMF250CES

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