B&Q Steel Junior Hacksaw

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Product code:
05281947

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£3.83

B&Q Steel Junior Hacksaw

Product code:
05281947
B&Q Steel Junior Hacksaw

Price

£3.83

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This 250mm long, steel junior hacksaw from B&Q is specifically designed to cut suitable for wood. Ideal for when you need to cut smaller planks of timber down to size.

  • 250 mm Steel blade
  • teeth per inch
  • handle

Features and Benefits

  • 1 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of B&Q Steel Junior Hacksaw
Brand B&Q
Material Steel
Colour description Blue
Blade length 250mm
Pack quantity 1
Model 1502883

Alternative product

Irwin Bi-Metal Junior Hacksaw Blade, Pack of 10

Product code:
5706915045314
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Current price
£3.12

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