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Rebar Tying Tool Kit, 14.4V, 21 ga.
- Item # 11A328
- Mfr. Model # RB218
- UNSPSC # 27112703
- Catalog Page # 898
- Shipping Weight 15.86 lbs.
- Item Rebar Tying Tool Kit
- Battery Included / Bare Tool Battery Included
- Voltage 14.4
- Wire Size 21 ga.
- Rebar Size Up to #3 x #3
- Tying Speed Less Than 0.8 sec./Tie
- Battery Included 11A335
- Battery Pack Replacement 11A335
- Cordless Tool Battery Type Li-Ion
- Battery Capacity 3.0Ah
- Wraps Per Tie 3
- Ties Per Coil 150 to 210
- Ties Per Charge 2000
- Features Quick Tying, One-Hand Operation, Light Weight, Compact
- Length 7-7/8"
- Width 3-7/8"
- Height 10-7/8"
- Tool Weight 4.9 lb.
- Includes Battery, Charger, Plastic Carrying Case, Reversible Belt Hook, and Instructional DVD (English and Spanish)
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - General
This item is restricted for international sale.
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