• (1) 7.0 AMP 4-1/2" Small Angle Grinder (6130-33)
• (1) Spanner Wrench
• (1) Type 27 Guard
• Compact, Lightweight Design: At 10.2” long and 3.5 lbs it is the most compact & lightest grinder in the Milwaukee line
• 7.0 Amp, 750 MWO Motor- powerful for daily applications
• Debris Baffles- protect internal components by deflecting damaging debris out of the airflow at the intake vents
• Multi-Port Exhaust-reduces motor burn-up by efficiently venting hot air out of the grinder
• Tool Free, Burst Resistant Guard- the only grinder in its class with a tool free guard
• Compatible with multiple Grinder Guards and Flanges. See cross-reference guide below.
• Length: 10.25"
• Voltage: 120V AC
• Warranty: 5 Year Limited Manufacturers Warranty
• No Load Speed: 1100 RPM
• Cord Type: Double Insulated
• Electronic Feedback: No
• Cord Length: 8'
• No Load RPM: 1100
• Amps: 7
• Spindle: 5/8" - 11
• Adjustable Handle: Yes
• Wheel Diameter: 4.5"
• Overload Protection: No
• Burst Resistance: Yes
• Easy Actuation Spindle Lock: Yes
• Epoxy Motor Protection: Yes
• Exhaust System: Multi-Port
• Gears: Spiral Bevel
• Max Watts Out: 750 MWO
Using to grind paint and even with power locked on if you bump it with your hand it shuts off. And first time it fell (from less then 2ft) it broke the lock to change blades. Good motor runs strong seen alot of hours fast.they just dont make things like they used to
In addition to my previous review, I want to say that there are two designs of grinders with respect to the lateral handle: Those like Bosch and most makitas that place the handle ANGLED to improve ergonomics, and this one which places the handle at precisely 90° to the body, and this is quite practical if you get an inexpensive hinged base that converts small hand grinders into extremelly helpful small Miter saw, that uses the threaded holes where the grinder uses to attach the side halndle as a convenient place to attach the grinder to the swiveling attachment base. I don't give it 5 stars because Milwaukee COULD have provided a third theaded hole in line with the grinder head, as a third posible position for the handle (evidently, their engineers still have to do their homework!).