Evolution 1200W Corded Circular Saw

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0849713031440
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4.3 out of 5 stars  (24)

This Evolution corded circular saw has a multipurpose TCT blade and a no load speed of 3500rpm, capable of performing bevel cuts from 0-45 degree angles, allowing for a cutting depth of 54mm, the trigger switch ensures ease of use. Suitable for cutting steel, aluminium and wood (even wood with nails), it comes with a soft grip handle for stability and comfort.

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  • Accessories included: Supplied with multipurpose 185mm TCT blade
  • Number of blades supplied: 1

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Evolution 1200W Corded Circular Saw
Brand Evolution
Bevel angle 45°
Bevel cutting angle 0-45°
Blade change Requires tool for blade changes
Blade diameter 185mm
No load speed 3500rpm
Power input 1200W
Cutting depth 54mm
Maximum cutting capacity steel 3mm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 54mm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 54mm
Model FURY1SAWN

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