Performance Power Corded, 1700W Compound Mitre Saw BMS210M

Product code:
05281763
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Complete with a 210mm diameter blade, this aluminium 1700w compound mitre saw has a 45° left mitre and a 45° right mitre. It is suitable for cutting wood and comes with dust bag, extension arms and clamp.

  • Guarantee - 1 year
  • Accessories included - Dust bag, extension arms and clamp

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  • Sliding extendable arms

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Performance Power Corded, 1700W Compound Mitre Saw BMS210M
Brand Performance Power
Colour description Grey, red and silver
Construction material Aluminium
Corded/Cordless Corded
Height 420mm
Width 390mm
Length 440mm
Power output 1700W

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