Model No. KG911K

900w 115mm Angle Grinder + kit box

Overview

Features + Benefits

  • Lock on switch assists with comfort and control
  • 115mm disc size - useful when working in confined spaces
  • Ideal for grinding away rust, cutting bolt heads and other renovation tasks
  • 3 position side handle for additional control and safety
  • Soft start reduces movement of the tool on startup increasing user control
  • Spindle lock makes accessory changing quick and easy
  • 900W motor provides an ideal balance between power, weight and size
  • No-volt release switch prevents the unit from starting unintentionally when locked on. Switch must consciously reset before power is delivered.
Black and Decker - 900w 115mm Angle Grinder  kit box - KG911K

Product Specs

Disc size 115 mm
Power Rating 900.0 W
Plug Voltage 230 V
No Load Speed 12000 rpm
No volt release switch No
Soft start No
Tool free adjustable guard No
Spindle size M14
Accessories Included No
Spindle lock No
Cable length 2 m
Secondary handle No
Kit Box No
Lock on switch No
Soft grip No
Sound Pressure 92.6 dB(A)
Sound Power 103.6 dB(A)
Vibration 9.9 m/s²
Weight 2.1 kg
Uses
  • Cutting metal pipes
  • Mortar raking from between brickwork
  • Removing excess weld
  • Removing rust from metal work
Includes
  • Kitbox
  • Protective Guard
  • Inner + Outer Disc Flange
  • Multi Position SIde Handle

900w 115mm NVR Grinder + kit box reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Ease of use
8.9
Performance
9.5
Design and Ergonomics
8.4
Functionality
9.5
Value for money
8.9
Overall rating
9.1
Scores 9.1 out of 10 based on 8 reviews
7 out of 10

Andrew

GB
+
Very well made very easy to use in some ways
fact that it does not come with the Quick adjust safety guard, when bought with the kit but when bought alone it does. Makes no sense

is a by wide for people with smaller hands to hold
Confirmed purchase: 26 April 2017
Published on: 08 May 2017
9 out of 10

Eduard

Middelburg Mpumalanga South Africa GB Handyman
+
The best 114mm grinder I ever used
The switch, in some instances it is not always possible to keep your thimb on the switch, it tends to switch of by it self
Confirmed purchase: 08 February 2016
Published on: 06 April 2016