Irwin Steel blade 150mm Jab saw

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Irwin Steel blade 150mm Jab saw

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Irwin Steel blade 150mm Jab saw



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Product Information

Suitable for use on drywall and plasterboard, this 150mm jab saw from Irwin has been designed to give a coarse cut finish, and comes with 7 teeth per inch (TPI).

Features and Benefits

  • Pointed nose hard point teeth for pushing through plasterboard and starting off cutting on vertical surfaces
  • Ergonomic comfortable handle for reduced fatigue and improved performance
  • Lipped handle for protection and to avoid slipping
  • Course cut for fast cutting

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Irwin Steel blade 150mm Jab saw
Brand Irwin
Colour description Blue & yellow
Length (mm) 345mm
Width (mm) 30mm
Blade length (mm) 150mm
Weight (g) 140g
Teeth per inch (TPI) 7
Model 10505705

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Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

  • Caution not suitable for under 21

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