Mac Allister 1400W Corded Circular Saw

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5052931039821
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This Mac Allister corded circular saw has a TCT blade allowing for a cutting depth of 64mm, the trigger switch and variable speed control ensures ease of use, whilst the fan cooled motor keeps you safe when working. Suitable for the home DIYer, it comes with a handy carry case and features a dust extraction facility for a cleaner workplace, laser cutting guide for improved accuracy and soft grip handle for stability and comfort.

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Features and benefits

  • Detachable rollers for a speedy cut
  • Visible power on indicator to help avoid accidental starting
  • Parallel guide assists cutting in straight lines and improves accuracy

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Technical specification of Mac Allister 1400W Corded Circular Saw
Brand Mac Allister
Blade change Tool free blade change
Blade diameter 165mm
Blade guard Blade guard
Power input 1400W
Cutting depth 64mm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 64mm
Model MCS1400LA

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