The BC-300F Combi-Tool is absolutely unique for the following reasons:
1. The lightest
2. The only one using Makita Li-Ion batteries
and offering in-vehicle charging
3. The only tool to use removable,
field-replaceable blade inserts
At only 14.2 kg, this is the lightest battery-powered Combi-Tool around. As Ogura is the only rescue tool manufacturer with access to Makita batteries, the BC-300F can boast the most advanced power source available with in-vehicle charging options. Able to cut 25 mm bar with a spreading distance of 300 mm and a maximum spreading force of 44.8 tonnes - this battery-powered Combi-Tool will not let you down.
Very narrow in profile, the BC-300F can be held close to the body whilst in use which maximises control and user safety.
In short, the Ogura tool is the most ergonomic of all battery powered Combi-Tools.
Low cost removable blade chips significantly reduce cost of ownership
Field-replaceable blade inserts
Lightweight and compact; offers real portability
Revolutionary hydraulic pump gives incredible power
EN13204 - Double acting hydraulic rescue tools for fire and rescue service use
This standard, although not universally accepted by all tool manufacturers, does give a useful guide to a tool’s cutting capability. The Ogura Combi-Tool’s classification is:
Li-Ion Battery Technology
All Ogura tools use the amazing Makita 18 V Li-Ion battery.
Recent tests by Ogura prove that the new Li-Ion units suffer a discharge rate of only 9% after 500 days in storage! Ogura are the only manufacturer of rescue tools with access to Makita batteries.
Tests prove that the batteries used on Ogura tools have at least twice the life of other power tool batteries. Intelligent charging means that each individual battery has its own charge profile dependent on use. This extends battery life, increases durability and means 30% more cuts per charge. Recharge time is only 22 minutes. Both in-vehicle and mains powered chargers are available.
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