Mac Allister Cordless 10.8V Multi Tool

Product code:
5052931119189
Product rating
3.6 out of 5 stars  (3)

This Mac Allister cordless 10.8V multi tool with oscillating cutting action is suitable for carpentry, electrical, plumbing, flooring, repair and hobby craft. The variable speed control allows for easy accuracy and control. The li-ion chargeable battery has a charge time of 30 minutes. Its soft grip handle handle provides comfort when working.

  • Guarantee - 3 year
  • Handle type - Soft grip handle
  • Batteries Included - Battery included

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Technical specification of Mac Allister Cordless 10.8V Multi Tool
Brand Mac Allister
Construction material Plastic
Colour group Blue
Voltage 10.8V
Battery type Li-ion
Weight 610g
Handle type Soft grip handle
Blade change Requires an allen key for blade changes

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