Performance Power 1700W Corded 210mm Sliding Mitre Saw

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05281770
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Ideal for cutting wood, this 1700W, corded sliding mitre saw from Performance Power comes with a laser cutting guide to give you additional accuracy whilst cutting and a dust collection bag. It can cut up to 65mm at 90°, and the 24 teeth make short work of any cutting or shaping job you might have. It has a 45° maximum mitre left and a 45° maximum mitre right, especially useful for right angled cuts. To keep your work area clean and free from mess, it comes with a dust extraction facility.

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Technical specification of Performance Power 1700W Corded 210mm Sliding Mitre Saw
Brand Performance Power
Colour description Grey, red and silver
Construction material Aluminium & steel
Extension arms Extension arms
Number of teeth 24
Model BMS210MS

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