Mac Allister 800W 230V Reciprocating Saw MRS800

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Mac Allister 800W 230V Reciprocating Saw MRS800

Product code:
05208906
Mac Allister 800W 230V Reciprocating Saw MRS800

Current price

£22.00 was  £45.00

you save  £23.00

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This corded reciprocating saw

  • 2700 rpm no load speed
  • Maximum cutting capacity of 200mm on wood and 20mm on metal
  • Stroke length of 28mm
  • Tool free blade change
  • Comes with

Features and benefits

  • Includes 2 x wood and 1 x metal cutting blades as well as hex key
  • Guarantee - 3 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Mac Allister 800W 230V Reciprocating Saw MRS800
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 800W
No load speed 2700rpm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 200mm
Maximum cutting capacity steel 20mm
Stroke length 28mm
Blade change Tool free blade change
Switch type Trigger switch
Safety cut out No

Alternative product

Bosch 710W Reciprocating Saw

Product code:
3165140606585
Product rating
4.5 out of 5 stars
Current price
£75

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