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PANASONIC RELEASES POWERFUL, COMPACT CORDLESS POWER TOOLS

08-12-2015
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Panasonic has released three new cordless power tools using the company’s latest brushless motor to deliver optimum performance and durability.

The new models include the EY74A2 13mm drill and driver, the EY79A2 hammer drill and driver and the EY75A7 impact driver.

The enhanced internal engineering and technology is complemented with a fresh new body design.

The cordless tools have a “carbon fibre look” textured finish, and a comfort grip for improved ergonomics. All models are part of Panasonic’s Tough Tool IP range of IP56 rated dust and water resistant power tools, designed to perform at their best whatever the conditions.

For all new models, Panasonic has both 3.0 Ah and 5.0 Ah Li-ion batteries available to suit the job at hand, and offering a long lifespan under high workload conditions.

The P-type 3.0 Ah battery is ultra-slim and light with a newly-developed 20mm battery cell and a new design for easier work in cramped spaces without compromising performance. The J-type 5.0Ah Li-ion battery has ‘dynamic capacity’ for long-time usage.

The tools are available in a range of kits including 14.4V 4.2AH, 18V 5.0AH and 18V 3.0AH batteries. Panasonic power tools are available from Masters Home Improvement and specialist power tool distributors.

For more information visit www.panasonic.com.au or call 132 600.

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