Irwin Jack Steel (C75) Junior Panel saw (L)335mm

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Irwin Jack Steel (C75) Junior Panel saw (L)335mm

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With 12 teeth per inch, this steel (c75) 335mm junior panel saw from Irwin Jack is specifically designed for domestic and trade use. It has a comfortable handle to give you absolute control and comfort whilst working.

Features and Benefits

  • 45° and 90° angle guide and patented tooth grind to achieve 25% faster cut
  • Strong c75 steel blade for stability and maximum power transfer. Optimised handle capacity for use with gloves

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Irwin Jack Steel (C75) Junior Panel saw (L)335mm
Brand Irwin Jack
Material Steel (C75)
Colour description Black & purple
Teeth per inch (TPI) 12
Blade length (mm) 335mm
Length (mm) 445mm
Model 990

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