Ryobi 12V Cordless Reciprocating Saw RRS12011L

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Ryobi 12V Cordless Reciprocating Saw RRS12011L

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This cordless reciprocating saw is ideal for a range of household tasks.

  • 0-3200 rpm no load speed
  • Maximum cutting capacity of 60mm on wood
  • Tool free blade change
  • Supplied with 1 x 1.3Ah Li-ion battery and an LED work light

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  • Guarantee - 2 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi 12V Cordless Reciprocating Saw RRS12011L
Corded/Cordless Cordless
Batteries included 1 battery
Amp rating 1.3Ah
Battery type Li-ion
No load speed 0-3200rpm
Maximum cutting capacity wood 60mm
Blade change Tool free blade change
Handle type soft grip handle
Safety cut out Yes
Weight 2.3kg

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