Festool EHL 65 EQ Planer 230V
Festool EHL 65 EQ Planer 230V
£247.90 (£206.58 Ex. VAT)

Festool EHL 65 EQ Planer 230V

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£247.90 (£206.58 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Festool EHL 65 EQ Planer 230V
  • Festool Knife for EHL 65 E Planer
  • Festool RO 90 DX FEQ-Plus Sander 230V
  • Festool OF1400 EBQ-Plus 1/2" Router - 230V
Total: £1,157.61

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Festool EHL 65 EQ Planer 230V

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Corded or Cordless Corded
Dust Extraction 27mm Outlet
Max Depth of Cut 4 mm
Max Rebate Depth 23 mm
Model EHL 65 E-Plus
Nett Weight 2.4 kg
Number of Knives 1
Planing Width 65 mm
Power 720 W
Rating Industrial
Speed 15,600 rpm
Voltage 230 V
Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K] 88 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K] 77 dB(A) [3.0 dB]
Vibration Cutting Wood [Uncertainty K] 2.5 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]
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Overall rating 5 out of 5 based on 1 review

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28 March 2016

Watch out - this planer costs about two thousand pounds

... because once you've tried your first bit of Festool kit you will almost certainly realise that your other power tools are rubbish. I saved up to get this as a replacement for a Bosch that had turned up its toes and I've found to my surprise that planers can be quiet, easy to use, nicely balanced, can take a pretty deep cut if you want and that trimming a door is a reasonably painless job. Who knew? Problem is - I then picked up my no-brand circular saw to do a different job and it seemed to want to kill me. So now I'm saving up for something else. Thanks a bundle, Festool.
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