Makita 450W 3 Stage Pendulum Action Corded Jigsaw 4329

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Makita 450W 3 Stage Pendulum Action Corded Jigsaw 4329

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Makita 450W 3 Stage Pendulum Action Corded Jigsaw 4329 Makita 450W 3 Stage Pendulum Action Corded Jigsaw 4329



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This versatile jigsaw features a chip cover and dust extraction facility for maintaining a clean work area, as well as a soft grip handle for comfort and control in use.

  • Maximum cutting depth of 65mm in wood and 6mm in metal
  • 0-45 ° bevel cutting angle
  • Variable speed control
  • Dust extraction facility

Features and Benefits

  • Splinter guard
  • Light weight for ease of use
  • Can be connected to a dust extractor
  • Guarantee - 2 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Makita 450W 3 Stage Pendulum Action Corded Jigsaw 4329
Corded/Cordless Corded
Voltage 110V
Maximum cutting capacity wood 65mm
Maximum cutting capacity steel 6mm
Cutting motion 3 stage pendulum action
Bevel cutting angle 0-45°
Speed control Variable speed control
Base material Aluminium
Handle type soft grip handle
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Gearbox Housing All metal gearbox
Weight 1.9kg

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