Ryobi Airwave Reciprocating Saw

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Product Description

The Ryobi Airwave Air Reciprocating Saw is the perfect addition to any workshop with an Air Compressor.

This lightweight, slim-designed tool cuts curved surfaces
and tight circles with ease. The tool cuts all types of
aluminium, plastic, fibreglass and metal.

Other features of the tool include: rear exhaust, rubber grip, safety trigger to prevent accidental starts and a safety frame at the head of
body saw.

  • Suitable for aluminium, plastic, fibreglass, metal and timber
  • Strokes per min: 5,000
  • Safety lever to prevent accidental starting
  • Rear exhaust
  • Rubber grip for additional user comfort

Product Details

Model Name
Ryobi Airwave Reciprocating Saw
Model Number
Plastic and Metal
Grey and Black
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:50 H:65 L:135
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:89 H:150 L:325

Additional Info

Warranty Info

2 years

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