Makita 450W Corded Jigsaw 110V

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0088381083317
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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.

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Technical specification of Makita 450W Corded Jigsaw 110V
Brand Makita
Construction material Aluminium
Colour group Blue
Weight 1.9kg
Voltage 110V
No load speed 500-3100spm
Cutting motion 4 Stage orbital action
Maximum cutting capacity steel 6mm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 65mm

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