Makita 1050W 240V 190mm Circular Saw M5802

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Makita 1050W 240V 190mm Circular Saw M5802

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Makita 1050W 240V 190mm Circular Saw M5802



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This corded circular saw

  • 4900 rpm no load speed
  • 68mm maximum cutting depth at 90°
  • 190mm diameter blade
  • Features: Trigger switch

Features and Benefits

Features rear angle guide for smooth and precise angle adjustment and handy guide rule providing accurate straight cuts. Supplied with dust nozzle.

  • Without riving knife
  • Rip fence
  • Motor brake

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Makita 1050W 240V 190mm Circular Saw M5802
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 1050W
No load speed 4900rpm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 68mm
Blade diameter 190mm
Disc bore 30mm
Switch type Trigger switch
Weight 4.0kg
Carry case Carry case not included
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes

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