Model No. KG115A5 Discontinued

750W 115mm Small Angle Grinder with 5 Cutting Discs

Overview

Features + Benefits

  • 115mm disc size - useful when working in confined spaces
  • 3 position side handle for additional control and safety
  • 750w motor provides an ideal balance between power, weight and size
  • Soft start reduces movement of the tool on startup increasing user control
  • Spindle lock makes accessory changing quick and easy
  • No-volt release switch prevents the unit from starting unintentionally when locked on. Switch must consciously reset before power is delivered.
  • Lock on switch assists with comfort and control
Black and Decker - 750W 115mm Small Angle Grinder with 5 Cutting Discs - KG115A5

Product Specs

Power Source Corded
Disc size 115 mm
Power Rating 750.0 W
Plug Voltage 230 V
No Load Speed 11000.0 rpm
No volt release switch No
Soft start No
Tool free adjustable guard No
Spindle size M14
Cable length 2.0 m
Secondary handle No
Kit Box No
Lock on switch No
Sound Pressure 91 dB(A)
Sound Power 102 dB(A)
Weight 5.8 kg
Uses
  • Removing excess weld
  • Cutting metal pipes
  • Mortar raking from between brickwork
  • Removing rust from metal work
Includes
  • 4 Metal Cutting Discs
  • Inner + Outer Disc Flange
  • Multi Position SIde Handle
  • 750W 115mm Small Angle Grinder
  • 1 Stone Cutting Disc
  • Protective Guard

750W 115mm Small Angle Grinder with 5 cutting discs reviews verified by reevoo
Verified reviews of 750W 115mm Small Angle Grinder with 5 cutting discs

out of 10

3 reviews

Ease of use
9.0
Performance
8.7
Design and Ergonomics
8.7
Functionality
8.3
Value for money
8.3
Overall rating
9.0
Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
out of 10

David

Havant GB Just the job
+
As a DIYer it does exactly what I need, it's powerful enough and it's versatile with many attachments available.
I haven't found anything negative yet.
Confirmed purchase: 06 April 2018
Published on: 14 April 2018
out of 10

Neil

Rochdale GB
+
easy to set up and use.
Plastic Feel
Confirmed purchase: 05 September 2017
Published on: 16 September 2017