Ryobi 18V Cordless Detail Sander CCC-1801M

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4892210109170
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Complete with li-ion battery, this cordless detail sander runs at a speed of 11000rpm which makes it the ideal solution for power sanding in hard to reach or smaller areas. The hook and loop fixing of it's 140mm length and 100mm width sanding disc means it will remain very secure while you're working, whilst still being extremely efficient.

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Technical specification of Ryobi 18V Cordless Detail Sander CCC-1801M
Brand Ryobi
Colour description Green
Corded/Cordless Cordless
Battery type Li-ion
Weight 830g
Voltage 18V
No load speed 11000rpm
Sanding plate length 140mm
Sanding plate width 100mm
Sanding sheet attachment Hook and loop fixing
Switch type Lock on switch
Model CCC-1801M

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4892210118448
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