Stanley FatMax Plastic & Metal Junior Hacksaw (L)270mm

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4.6 out of 5 stars
Product code:
3253560202293

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£7.57

Stanley FatMax Plastic & Metal Junior Hacksaw (L)270mm

Product code:
3253560202293
Stanley FatMax Plastic & Metal Junior Hacksaw (L)270mm Stanley FatMax Plastic & Metal Junior Hacksaw (L)270mm

Price

£7.57

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With 32 TPI (teeth per inch), this 150mm long, plastic and metal junior hacksaw from Stanley FatMax is specifically designed to cut metal and some plastics.

  • 150 mm Plastic and metal blade
  • 32 teeth per inch
  • Quick blade change
  • Soft grip handle

Features and Benefits

  • Bi material handle for comfort
  • Adjustable blade resistance knob for precision cutting
  • Quick change blade function
  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Stanley FatMax Plastic & Metal Junior Hacksaw (L)270mm
Brand Stanley FatMax
Material Plastic and metal
Colour description Grey & black
Blade length 150mm
Teeth per inch (TPI) 32
Pack quantity 1
Model FMHT0-20229

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