DeWalt 1850W 250mm Single Bevel Compound Sliding Mitre Saw DWS778-GB

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DeWalt 1850W 250mm Single Bevel Compound Sliding Mitre Saw DWS778-GB

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5035048399620
DeWalt 1850W 250mm Single Bevel Compound Sliding Mitre Saw DWS778-GB DeWalt 1850W 250mm Single Bevel Compound Sliding Mitre Saw DWS778-GB

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This single bevel compound sliding mitre saw

  • No load speed - 4300 rpm
  • Maximum cutting length at 90° of 305mm
  • Maximum mitre left - 50°/Maximum mitre right - 50°
  • Blade diameter - 250mm

Features and Benefits

  • Supplied with TCT blade, clamp and hex key
  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of DeWalt 1850W 250mm Single Bevel Compound Sliding Mitre Saw DWS778-GB
Power output 1850W
No load speed 4300rpm
Maximum cutting length at 90° 305mm
Maximum mitre left 50°
Maximum mitre right 50°
Blade type TCT blade
Blade diameter 250mm
Disc bore 30mm
Locking device Spindle lock
Blade brake Electric brake
Weight 17.2kg

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