Bahco 200 mm Plier Set

  • RS Stock No. 305-7419
  • Mfr. Part No. 9897
  • Manufacturer Bahco
Product overview and Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): FR
Product Details

4-Piece Ergo Plier Set

Cutters and pliers with ergonomic non-slip hand grips which enable increased access into tight areas, optimum comfort in use and application of the greatest possible force with the least effort
Return spring with on/off function allowing option of approximate 15° return
Manufactured from high grade chrome vanadium steel
Capacity to cut 1.8mm or 2mm piano wire, depending on plier selected

Specifications
Attribute Value
Plier Type Plier Set
Overall Length 200 mm
Number of Pieces 4
On back order for despatch 09/11/2020, delivery within 3 working days
Price 1 Set
HK$ 1,313.16
(exc. GST)
Set(s)
1 +
HK$1,313.16
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