Porter Cable 20V LiNKED Angle Grinder Hothttps://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/5d/bc/21/41Tb173ZH2BL-72-1414397084.jpg
2 x 4.5" cut off wheels
1 x 4.5" surface wheel
2 x spark guards
1 x 3 position handle
- High-Performance Motor produces 8,500 rpm
- Cast metal gear housing
- Spindle lock for quick and easy wheel changes
- 3-Position Side Handle
- Part of the 20V Max System
The PORTER CABLE PCC761B 20v MAX Lithium Bare Cut Off/Grinder features a high-performance motor that produces 8,500 rpm for aggressive cutting, removal and finishing. The cast metal gear housing helps disapait heat during extended use and a spindle lock that allows for quick and easy wheel changes. Wheel diameter: 4-1/2". The handle is contoured and overmolded for optimal increased comfort, along with a 3-position side handle that helps to provide control in multiple positions. A tool free guard makes guard adjustments quick and easy. This tool is part of the 20V Max System - a high performance cordless platform. (This is a bare tool item - battery sold separately).
Porter Cable 20V LiNKED Angle Grinder
Great tool with one surprising flaw
The angle grinder is very impressive. It is light weight, and has quite a strong motor. It has no problems cutting hardened stainless steel. It does not bog down and runs smoothly. It is also fairly quiet. The grip is ergonomic and comfortable and the handle can be positioned on the right, up, or on the left. The battery life was excellent, but don't expect to get as long of a use out of this as you would from your cordless drill. It is a power hungry tool. If you really have a lot to do with this thing, I would probably suggest getting one of the 4.0Ah batteries they now sell. The tool comes with 2 cut off wheels and a surface grinding wheel. It comes with 2 different guards which are really easy to put on and take off. There is only one flaw with the tool: it does not have a trigger on lock feature. I normally grip the grinder at the head when I am cutting because it gives me a lot more control. Without having a trigger lock, there is no way to keep the tool on without making a block to keep the trigger in place. Fortunately, there is a sizable trigger guard on the tool which allowed me to fashion a small block to wedge in to keep the tool on. With this minor modification, the tool is awesome. At this price point, there was no battery sold with the tool.