B&Q Carbon Steel Adjustable Hacksaw

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05209712
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With 24 TPI (teeth per inch), this 305mm long, carbon steel adjustable hacksaw from B&Q is a must have purchase for any DIY tool kit.

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Technical specification of B&Q Carbon Steel Adjustable Hacksaw
Brand B&Q
Construction material Carbon steel
Colour description Red and silver
Blade length 305mm
Teeth per inch (TPI) 24
Pack quantity 1

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