Mac Allister 600W Corded 230V MAG600-115 Multi Tool

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05208937
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This Mac Allister MAG600-115 corded; blue; 600W multi tool. It's ideal for use with metal, masonry on internal structures. It's suitable for cutting, grinding, de-rusting, brushing, cleaning and sanding; having a no load speed of 0-11000rpm.

  • Guarantee - 3 year
  • Handle type - 2-position handle

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  • Tool free guard adjustment
  • Includes 1 x metal cutting disc, 1 x metal grinding disc, 2 x position handle and tool free guard adjustment

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Technical specification of Mac Allister 600W Corded 230V MAG600-115 Multi Tool
Brand Mac Allister
Colour group Blue
Voltage 230V
Power output 600W
Handle type 2-position handle
No load speed 0-11000rpm
Model MAG600-115

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