B&Q Steel Saw (L)650mm

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04074014
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With seven teeth per inch, this steel 22" saw from B&Q is specifically designed for domestic and trade use, and is used with a push cut direction. It comes with an ergonomically designed, plastic grip handle so you can work for a prolonged period of time. With a 45° and 90° angle guide built in, you can easily cut a specific angle with complete accuracy.

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Other Supplier Data: Protected steel for rust and wear protection

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Technical specification of B&Q Steel Saw (L)650mm
Brand B&Q
Construction material Steel
Colour description Blue and grey
Teeth per inch (TPI) 7
Blade length 22"
Length 650mm
Model 28940739

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