Festool has put the emphasis on mobility with their latest mitre saw, trimming down the weight of the KS60 to just 17.8kg. But just because it's lighter it doesn't mean you're compromised on functionality. You can still achieve the same exact levels of precision you have come to expect from Festool.
No problem, Festool has a system for everything. The KS60 has a clever function as the additional feet (complete with the SET version) raise the height of the saw to the level of a Systainer SYS 1, turning the SYS 1 into a handy support table.
Cut where you want to. An LED light casts a shadow on the workpiece, showing the exact position of the cut. The twin column guide then accurately guides the blade for smooth cuts.
The turntable can be rotated to 60° in either direction. Tilt to 47° to the left and 46° to the right.
How the KS60 and KS120 match up.
Compare the two options.
A new soft sanding pad adapts to the contours of the surface for efficient sanding coverage. The removable brush segment also allows sanding right up to the edge.
Festool has launched a new range of 3.1Ah batteries as a lighter and more compact alternative. Useful for anyone who prefers less weight and better handling such as when working overhead. They have a LED display so you can clearly see what power is left.
A powerful sound from a compact and robust design. The new Festool SYSROCK now comes with DAB+ stations and you can listen to your favourite playlists from your smart phone with the Bluetooth interface. Listen wherever you need to - mains or battery powered from 10.8-18V slide in batteries.