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4-Position Orbital Jigsaw, 800 to 3200 Strokes per Minute, 6.0 Amps, Trigger Speed Control
- Item # 19M491
- Mfr. Model # 4495-02
- UNSPSC # 27112709
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 6.4 lbs.
- Item Jigsaw
- Cutting Action 4-Position Orbital
- Strokes per Minute 800 to 3200
- Length of Stroke 7/8"
- Amps 6.0
- Blade Type U-Shank, T-Shank
- Handle Design Top
- Speed Control Trigger
- Features Skil Stable Foot Design, Built In Laser Guide with On/Off Switch, E-Z Back Tool Rest, Tool Less Foot Adjustment, on Tool Blade Storage
- Tool Length 12.8"
- Tool Weight 5.2 lb.
- Blade System Tool-Less
- Adjustable Shoe 0 Degrees to 45 Degrees
- Voltage 120
- Cord Length 6 ft.
- Standards cULus
- Includes (2) U-Shank Blades, 4495 Jigsaw
Compliance and Restrictions
Item # 34G837PORTER CABLE
Price $95.25 / each
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