Makita 1200W 190mm Circular Saw 5704RK

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This Makita corded circular saw has a TCT blade with 12 teeth and a no load speed of 4900rpm, capable of performing bevel cuts from 0-45 degree angles, allowing for a cutting depth of 66mm, the trigger switch ensures ease of use, whilst the fan cooled motor keeps you safe when working. It comes with handy carry case and features a dust extraction facility for a cleaner workplace, an ergonomically designed handle to aid stability.

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  • Accessories included: TCT blade supplied
  • Number of blades supplied: 1
  • Rip fence: Rip fence
  • Riving knife: Riving knife

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Technical specification of Makita 1200W 190mm Circular Saw 5704RK
Brand Makita
Bevel cutting angle 0-45°
Blade diameter 190mm
Blade guard Blade guard
No load speed 4900rpm
Power input 1200W
Weight 4.6kg
Construction material Steel base & guard
Cutting depth 66mm
Disc bore 30mm
Maximum cutting capacity 46mm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 66mm
Model 5704RK

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