Hitachi G12SR4 6.2-Amp, 4-1/2" Angle Grinder (Renewed A)

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Hitachi G12SR4 4 1/2" Angle Grinder - 6.2 Amp (Recon Grade A)
Price $39.95

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Condition: A
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Manufacturer Part Number: G12SR4

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If you are looking for high output power and overload durability in a compact package the Hitachi G12SR4 is for you. This 4 1/2" grinder features a 6.2 amp motor that provides plenty of power to take on jobs such as removing casting fins, finishing different types of steel, bronze and aluminum materials and castings. It is also great for grinding down welded sections or sections cut by a acetylene torch. The G12SR4 can also be used to cut brick and marble. This 4-1/2" grinder was designed to be compact and lightweight with a small grip diameter for ease of use.
  • 6.2 Amp motor with 980W of max output power for tough grinding jobs
  • Spindle lock for quick and easy disc and accessory changes
  • Trigger lock-on for comfortable, continuous operation
  • Class leading overload durability for increased tool life and reliability
  • Left-mounted slide switch with quick-off feature for added safety
  • Removable, forward-canted side handle for improved control and comfort for right and left-handed users 
  • Compact and lightweight at 4.0lbs for greater control and maneuverability, especially in overhead applications
  • Low-profile gear case to get into the tightest areas
  • Small diameter grip for a comfortable hold and reduced fatigue
  • Amps - 6.2
  • Wheel Diameter - 4-1/2"
  • Switch Type - Slide
  • Max Power Output - 980 W
  • No-Load Speed - 10,000 RPM
  • Spindle Lock - Yes
  • Length - 10-5/32"
  • Weight - 4.0lbs
  • G12SR4
  • Wheel Guard
  • Side Handle
  • Spanner Wrench 
  • Case
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Customer Reviews
  1. A handy angle grinder/cutoff tool
    As they always have the tool arrived in the time and condition I expected. I have purchased a number of different 4 1/2 inch angle grinders (used with cutoff blades) and I assumed they were all the same. But with this angle grinder you can feel the torque when you hit the switch and it seems be easier to get into tight places than the ones I have. Although I don't recommend doing this I occasionally get in a situation where I have to run the tool with one hand, and the weight of this tool is well-suited for that.
    I think it would work fine for anybody who wants a small angle grinder/cutoff tool for their shop.


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