Hitachi Power Tools new product catalogue features entire range

  • 6 Aug 2014

Hitachi Power Tools’ new A4 product catalogue features its entire range of power tools, including its range of mains-powered products and its 10.8V, 14.4V, 18V and 36V cordless tools all with batteries and charger included.

The 18V 5.0Ah cordless range includes:

  • combi, driver and SDS-Plus Hammer drills
  • circular, jigsaw and reciprocating saws
  • angle grinders, impact drivers and wrenches
  • automatic screwdrivers and a planer

The catalogue also features the popular 18V range kits, for example:

  • 18V FlexiKit 3 1 allows the user to combine a KC18DKL/JB 5.0Ah kit
  • UB18DAL torch with a choice of eight different tools, including saws, drills, a planer or angle grinder

You can now register Hitachi electric power tools for an extra two years warranty in addition to the standard 12 months:

  • mains power tools and cordless tool bodies are covered, as well as 4Ah and 5Ah Li-Ion batteries
  • online registration is required within four weeks of purchase via the Hitachi Power Tools (UK) Ltd website

 

 

Hitachi Power Tools (UK)
Precedent Drive
Rooksley
Milton Keynes
MK13 9PJ
UK

01908 354700

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