Spear & Jackson Panel Saw (L)22"

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With 10 teeth per inch, this 22" rigid blade panel saw from Spear & Jackson is ideal for planed wood, skirting, architraves and dado rails (second fix). It comes with an ergonomically designed, suregrip handle & finger guide so you can work for a prolonged period of time. With a 45° and 90° angle guide built in, you can easily cut a specific angle with complete accuracy.

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Technical specification of Spear & Jackson Panel Saw (L)22"
Brand Spear & Jackson
Colour description Black, green and silver
Blade type Rigid blade
Teeth per inch (TPI) 10
Blade length 22"
Length 22"
Model B98SF

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