Hitachi 1010W Reciprocating Saw CR13V2/J1

Product code:
4966376174300

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£143

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This corded reciprocating saw is ideal for rough cutting of all types of wood, metal and plastics.

  • 0-2800 rpm no load speed
  • Maximum cutting capacity of 300mm on wood and 19mm on metal
  • Stroke length of 29mm
  • Tool free blade change
  • Comes with a blade, wrench and carrying case

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Features and benefits

  • Blade can be fitted facing up or down for extra versatility
  • Adjustable front shoe
  • Large trigger switch
  • Guarantee - 3 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Hitachi 1010W Reciprocating Saw CR13V2/J1
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 1010W
No load speed 0-2800rpm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 300mm
Maximum cutting capacity steel 19mm
Stroke length 29mm
Blade change Tool free blade change
Switch type Variable speed trigger
Gearbox Housing Aluminium gearbox housing
Safety cut out No
Cable length 2.3m
Weight 3.2kg
Carry case Carry case
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes

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