Bosch 710W Corded 240V PSA700E Reciprocating Saw

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This Bosch PSA700E corded; black and green; 710W reciprocating saw. It's ideal for use on internal structures, and has a reciprocating cutting action. It's suitable for quick cuts in wood such as beams or branches and suitable for plastic and metal. It has a maximum cutting capacity of 150mm on wood, and a maximum cutting capacity of 10mm on steel. It includes a tool free blade change system.

  • Guarantee - 2 year
  • Handle type - Soft grip handle

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  • Bosch SDS ensures effortless and safe saw blade changes within seconds - without the need for additional tools
  • Includes 1 x blade for wood cutting

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Technical specification of Bosch 710W Corded 240V PSA700E Reciprocating Saw
Brand Bosch
Colour group Green
Voltage 240V
Power output 710W
Weight 4kg
Handle type Soft grip handle
Blade change Tool free blade change
Cutting motion Reciprocating cutting action
Blade type Reciprocating blade
Cutting depth 150mm
Model PSA700E

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