Ryobi Cordless 18V Circular Saw RWSL1801M

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This powerful 18V cordless circular saw from Ryobi is suitable for laminate worktops, boards and sheet material. Features included are TCT150mm blade, a trigger switch, electric brake system and a dust extraction facility to keep your work area clean. It also comes with a safety cut out feature for when you're using this product over a pro-longer period of time. It can cut from 0-45° up to a depth of 45mm with the depth adjustment facility too.

  • Guarantee - 2 year
  • Battery charger - Battery charger included

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  • Ultra thin TCT Kerf blade reduces power drain and increases cutting capacities
  • Gripzone overmould technology for improved comfort with a positive grip

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Technical specification of Ryobi Cordless 18V Circular Saw RWSL1801M
Brand Ryobi
Battery charger Battery charger included
Blade brake Electric brake
Blade guard Blade guard
Maximum cutting depth at 45° mitre 32mm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 45mm
Amp rating 1.3Ah
No load speed 700rpm
Model RWSL1801M

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