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Bosch PL2632K 3-1/4" Hand Held Planer


Standard Equipment:

  • PL2632 Planer
  • 2 Woodrazor Blades
  • Dual-Mount Guide Fence
  • Straight No-Mar Plastic Overshoe for Fence
  • 3-Degree No-Mar Plastic Overshoe for Fence
  • Shavings Bag
  • Blade Wrench
  • Carrying Case


  • Rating: 120V AC
  • Amperage: 6.5
  • No-load RPM: 16,500
  • Planing Width: 0-3-1/4"
  • Planing Depth: 0-3/32"
  • Rabbeting Depth: 5/16"
  • Rabbeting Width: 3-1/4"
  • Weight: 6.0 lbs


  • Powerful planer with 6.5 Amp rating and 16,500 RPM speed for fast stock removal and smooth finish in soft and hard woods.
  • Dual-mount guide fence with protective shield and no-mar plastic overshoe mounts to either side of tool and helps ensure consistent planing through entire workpiece.
  • First-ever power tool to have ambidextrous lock-off release button to help avoid accidental starts, plus a lock-on button for extended operation.
  • Spring-loaded stand elevates tool to protect blade and tool resting spot; special shape allows easy entry in middle of workpiece.
  • Ball-joint cord swivel for enhanced ease of positioning the tool and cord and for cord durability.
  • Ratcheting depth knob allows fool-proof setting of depth increments from 0 to 0.1 In. (2.6 mm) within one revolution, eliminating the need to re-zero the depth.
  • Aluminum front and rear shoes precision-machined together after assembly to ensure accuracy.
  • Equipped with reversible Bosch Woodrazor Micrograin mini carbide blades, which resists fractures from nail and staple strikes and lasts up to 30% longer than standard carbide blades on other planer.
  • Versatile two-blade system can be converted for use with large high-speed steel blades (optional accessories required).
  • Ejection control allows shavings to be directed left or right.
  • Separate inch and metric depth scales for easy setting of planing depth.
  • Machined groove for chamfering.
  • Poly micro-v drive belt provides enhanced belt durability.

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