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This item: DEWALT D28110 4-1/2-Inch Small Angle Grinder
DEWALT D28112 4-1/2-Inch Small Angle Grinder B000BM6BN2
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|Dimensions||14.4 inches x 5.75 inches||5.5 inches x 12.63 inches||6 inches x 17.13 inches||5 inches x 5.75 inches|
Powerful 7-amp motor delivers 11,000 RPM to satisfy both cutting and grinding needs. View larger.
This small angle grinder features a two-position side handle for maximum control in tight spaces. View larger.
Designed for Comfort and Convenience
Getting the job done quickly and effectively is all about maneuverability. This paddle-switch tool weighs 4.1 pounds and features a switch lock-on and multiposition side handle for multiple grip options. The oversized spindle-lock button and quick-change wheel release keep allow for tool-free wheel removal. In addition, the grinder's matching wheel flanges allow it to be used with a wide range of common accessories.
The D28110 4-1/2-inch small angle grinder comes with a DEWALT warranty package that includes a three-year limited warranty, a one-year free service contract, and a 90-day money-back guarantee.
What's in the Box
One DEWALT D28110 4-1/2-inch small angle grinder, two-position side handle, depressed center wheel, adjustable guard, and wrench.
A quality angle grinder that's still running great after years of abuse.Published 6 months ago by Academic Refugee
This was a Christmas gift to our son and he was thrilled with it!Published 9 months ago by Carol L Lancaster
This grinder has handled anything I've thrown at it. Very dependable. You can't go wrong with this tool.Published 9 months ago by Homer J. Sapien
This is a most useful device. I first used it to cut out an old pool diving board and it cut through the metal pipes like butter. Read morePublished 10 months ago by NewEnglander