Ryobi Cordless 18V Reciprocating Saw

Product code:
4892210118707
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This Ryobi cordless 18V reciprocating saw with reciprocating cutting action is suitable for cutting a variety of materials. The variable speed control, capable of speeds between 0-3000rpm, and electric brake allows for easy accuracy and control. To change the blade no tools are required and the safety cut out element ensures safety to the user. Its soft grip handle handle provides comfort when working.

  • Guarantee - 2 year
  • Handle type - Soft grip handle
  • Batteries Included - Battery not included

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Technical specification of Ryobi Cordless 18V Reciprocating Saw
Brand Ryobi
Construction material Plastic
Colour group Green
Voltage 18V
Battery type Li-ion
Weight 1.9kg
Handle type Soft grip handle
Blade change Tool free blade change
No load speed 0-3000rpm

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