Ryobi 600W 0-1.5mm Planer EPN6082CHGA

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This 600W, 16000rpm, corded planer from Ryobi has been specially designed for precise woodworking and smoothing. It comes with a dust extraction facility, keeping your work area clean and free from mess and a left / right chip ejection, keeping the chips away spraying into your face whilst planing. It has a 0-1.5mm planing depth and a 82mm planing width to give you a more precise finish. The soft grip handle has been designed to reduce fatigue over a prolonged period of use. This set comes with a kick stand and 1 blade included.

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Technical specification of Ryobi 600W 0-1.5mm Planer EPN6082CHGA
Brand Ryobi
Colour Yellow
Corded/Cordless Corded
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
No load speed 16000rpm
Plug Fitted Plug included
Switch type Trigger switch
Model EPN6082CHGA

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