Mac Allister 220W Corded Multi Tool MMT220

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Mac Allister 220W Corded Multi Tool MMT220
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This corded multi tool is ideal for sanding wood or old paint, shortening door frames when laying laminate flooring, grout removal and scraping.

  • No load speed: 11000-20000 rpm
  • Variable speed control
  • Tool free blade change
  • Accessories included: 23 part accessory set

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Features and benefits

  • Compatible with most major brand multi-tool accessories
  • Guarantee - 3 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Mac Allister 220W Corded Multi Tool MMT220
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 220W
No load speed 11000-20000rpm
Speed control Variable speed control
Blade change Tool free blade change

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