Bosch GSA 18V-32 cord­less saw Demag AC 400-4L crane

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Bosch in­tros the GSA 18V-32 tradie-grade cord­less saw

Bosch Blue has added the GSA 18V-32 Pro­fes­sional Cord­less Sabre Saw to its range of 18-volt power tools, say­ing that the new model de­liv­ers the same amount of cut­ting power as its corded coun­ter­part.

The er­gonom­i­cally de­signed Cord­less Sabre Saw is de­signed for a broad range of cut­ting ap­pli­ca­tions from metal and pipes to wood and dry­walls.

De­scribed by Bosch as one of the most com­pact, high­per­for­mance tools in its class, the $369 (RRP) GSA 18V-32 Sabre Saw is driven by a pow­er­ful brush­less EC mo­tor that al­lows for fast cut­ting progress and long run­time.

“For max­i­mum pro­duc­tiv­ity, the Cord­less Sabre Saw also fea­tures a high stroke rate of up to 2500 strokes per minute and a best-in-class stroke length of 32mm, re­sult­ing in su­per-fast cuts,” the com­pany says.

“This op­ti­mised stroke speed can be ad­justed with the tool’s vari­able speed trig­ger, mean­ing no jump­ing or slip­ping dur­ing cut ini­ti­a­tion,” it adds.

“The Sabre Saw also comes equipped with an or­bital ac­tion fea­ture al­low­ing for faster cut­ting progress in var­i­ous types of ma­te­ri­als.”

Other fea­tures of the new saw are an in­ter­nal coun­ter­bal­ance anti-vi­bra­tion sys­tem, a multi-grip han­dle, en­hanced er­gonomics and an ex­tra-long switch.

On the safety side, Bosch says the saw blade is easy to re­lease and change – even when hot or bro­ken – due to the unit’s one­hand SDS shank sys­tem.

It also has a soft-start ap­pli­ca­tion that al­lows for a smooth start, and more con­trolled and pre­cise op­er­a­tion, plus an in­te­grated dou­ble LED light un­der the blade.

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