DeWalt 1150W Corded Circular Saw

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This DeWalt corded circular saw has a TCT blade with 18 teeth and a no load speed of 5000rpm, capable of performing bevel cuts from 0-50 degree angles, allowing for a cutting depth of 65mm. Suitable for use on various types of jobsite and joinery materials, it comes with a dust extraction facility for a cleaner workplace, an ergonomically designed handle to aid stability.

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Features and benefits

  • High torque motor gives durability and power for cutting jobsite and joinery materials
  • Pressed steel shoe for strength and durability
  • Efficient dust extraction port to minimize airborne dust particles when connected to an extractor unit
  • Gears and drive spindle are mounted in durable cast aluminium housing

Technical specifications

Technical specification of DeWalt 1150W Corded Circular Saw
Brand DeWalt
Bevel cutting angle 0-50°
Blade diameter 184mm
Blade guard Blade guard
No load speed 5000rpm
Power input 1150W
Weight 5.1kg
Construction material Metal & plastic
Cutting depth 65mm
Disc bore 16mm
Height 250mm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 65mm
Model D26320-GB

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