Hitachi 1010W Corded 230V CR13V2 Reciprocating Saw

Product code:
4966376174300
Product rating
0out of 5 stars  (0)

This Hitachi CR13V2 corded; green, black, silver; 1010W reciprocating saw. It's ideal for use on internal structures, and has a reciprocating cutting action. It's suitable for rough cutting of all types of wood, metal and plastics; having a no load speed of 0-2800spm. It has a maximum cutting capacity of 300mm on wood, and a maximum cutting capacity of 19mm on steel. It includes a tool free blade change system.

  • Guarantee - 1 year

Read moreabout Hitachi 1010W Corded 230V CR13V2 Reciprocating Saw

Brand
Hitachi logo

Product notices

Purchasing and availability details

Price

£130

Add to basket for

Order by 6pm (1pm on Sunday) for Next Day Delivery.

Order by 6pm (2pm on Sunday) for Next Day Collection from store.

[This is a block of tabs..]

Product Details

Features and benefits

  • Blade can be fitted either way up for greater versatility
  • Includes 1 x saw blade and case

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Hitachi 1010W Corded 230V CR13V2 Reciprocating Saw
Brand Hitachi
Colour group Green
Voltage 230V
Power output 1010W
Weight 3.2kg
Blade change Tool free blade change
No load speed 0-2800spm
Cutting motion Reciprocating cutting action
Model CR13V2

Alternative product

View Makita 4350FCT/2 720W Corded Jigsaw 240V details

Makita 4350FCT/2 720W Corded Jigsaw 240V

Product code:
0088381080576
Product rating
0 out of 5 stars
Current price
£149.98

Help & Advice

Metric Calculator

Your requirements

Enter the measurement you wish to convert:

Your results

  • 00conversion

Buying guides

Drills buying guide

Drills buying guide

The drill is the most popular and versatile of all power tools and has become an essential in every DIY tool kit. Not only useful for drilling holes into a variety of materials, they can also be used to drive home screws (with the correct bit attached).

Consider whether you will be looking for a drill with a 'hammer' action - Not only can these drills rotate a drill bit, but they can also apply a 'hammering' action. Switch to hammer (or impact) mode, and the drill bit is vibrated and shunted forwards rapidly as it turns. This makes for quick work, especially through harder wall surfaces or materials. Fit a specialist chisel bit, and you can use your hammer drill for 'chasing' - making a channel in walls to hide wires and cables.

This guide will help you to choose the right drill for your needs - and explain the function of some of the most popular accessories.

Reviews 0 out of 5 stars