Stanley Panel Saw (L)500mm

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3253561200908

With seven teeth per inch, this panel saw from Stanley is ideal for general purpose use. The induction hardened teeth make short work of the material you need to cut down to size. It comes with an ergonomically designed, bi-material handle so you can work for a prolonged period of time.

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Technical specification of Stanley Panel Saw (L)500mm
Brand Stanley
Colour description Black, silver and yellow
Saw teeth Induction hardened teeth
Teeth per inch (TPI) 7
Length 500mm
Model 7TPI

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