Black & Decker Cordless Oscillating Tool Head

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This cordless oscillating tool head from Black & Decker gives multifunctionality without compromising on quality. Suitable with finishing tasks, including cutting, sanding, removal and scraping, it's been specially designed for cutting, sanding and scraping applications, and has a 0-16300rpm to give you a smoother performance. It's compatible with the Multi Evo power unit (sold separately, EAN: 5035048402979).

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Other supplier data: No allen key required. Tooled accessory adapter provides additional versatility to fit Bosch, Einhell & Worx accessories in a tooled manner. Sanding platen includes integrated dust extraction, for a cleaner working environment. Other tool heads available are the jigsaw head, sander head, impact driver tool head and hammer drill head

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Technical specification of Black & Decker Cordless Oscillating Tool Head
Brand Black & Decker
Colour description Black
Corded/Cordless Cordless
No load speed 0-16300rpm
Model MTOS4-XJ

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