Bosch 710W Reciprocating Saw PSA 700 E

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This corded reciprocating saw is ideal for quick cuts in wood such as beams or branches and suitable for cutting plastic and metal.

  • 0-2700 rpm no load speed
  • Maximum cutting capacity of 150mm on wood and 10mm on metal
  • Stroke length of 20mm
  • Tool free blade change
  • Comes with 1 x saw blade

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Features and benefits

  • Bosch SDS ensures effortless and safe saw blade changes within seconds, without the need for additional tools
  • Bosch Electronic enables variable speed for optimum adaptation to the material
  • Softgrip with hand protector for a safe, non slip grip and excellent handling
  • Guarantee - 2 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Bosch 710W Reciprocating Saw PSA 700 E
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 710W
No load speed 0-2700rpm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 150mm
Maximum cutting capacity steel 10mm
Stroke length 20mm
Blade change Tool free blade change
Handle type soft grip handle
Switch type Trigger switch
Cable length 2.5m
Weight 3kg

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