Stanley Coping Saw (L)290mm
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With 18 teeth per inch, this 4.3" steel blade coping saw from Stanley is specifically designed for domestic and trade use, gives a fine cut, and is used with a push and pull cut direction. It comes with an ergonomically designed, plastic handle so you can work for a prolonged period of time.
|Colour description||Black and Yellow|
|Blade type||Steel Blade|
|Teeth per inch (TPI)||18|
|Type of cut||Fine Cut|
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