Mac Allister 1300W Corded 240V 210mm Sliding Mitre Saw

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5052931114214
Product rating
2.7 out of 5 stars  (5)

Ideal for cutting wood, this 1300W, 240V corded sliding mitre saw from Mac Allister comes with a laser cutting guide to give you additional accuracy whilst cutting and a dust collection bag. It can cut up to 65mm at 90°, and the 24 teeth on the 210mm, TCT blade make short work of any cutting or shaping job you might have. It has a 45° maximum mitre left and a 45° maximum mitre right, especially useful for right angled cuts. To keep your work area clean and free from mess, it comes with a dust extraction facility.

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Technical specification of Mac Allister 1300W Corded 240V 210mm Sliding Mitre Saw
Brand Mac Allister
Colour description Blue
Extension arms Extension arms
Blade guard Blade guard
Locking device Spindle lock
Maximum bevel left 45°
Maximum bevel right 45°
Bevel angle 45°
Number of teeth 24
Plug Fitted Plug included
Model MMS210SL

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5052931114221
Product rating
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