B&Q Alloy Steel Toolbox Saw (L)350mm

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With seven teeth per inch, this alloy steel toolbox saw from B&Q is specifically designed for domestic and trade use. It has a comfortable handle to give you absolute control and comfort whilst working.

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Technical specification of B&Q Alloy Steel Toolbox Saw (L)350mm
Brand B&Q
Construction material Alloy steel
Colour description Grey and silver
Teeth per inch (TPI) 7
Length 350mm
Model 1502518

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