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Aldi Table Saw for £89.99 delivered

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A 2000W Table Saw, with a dust exhaust device and 2 TCT saw blades (24 and 48 teeth) included. Caution: 2-person lift required. Accessories Included 6 x 25mm bits Dust exhaust device 2 x TCT Saw B… Read More
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8m, 1d agoFound 8 months, 1 day ago
A 2000W Table Saw, with a dust exhaust device and 2 TCT saw blades (24 and 48 teeth) included. Caution: 2-person lift required.

Accessories Included

6 x 25mm bits

Dust exhaust device

2 x TCT Saw Blades (24 & 48 Teeth)

Features

Idle speed 4250 min-1

Table size 638x430mm

Table broadening (left/right) 638x250mm

Rear table extension 430x320mm

Cross fence tiltable -45° to 45°

Parallel stop with aluminium guide, locking lever locks vertically

Saw blade rotating range stepless 0° to 45°

Cutting height adjustment 80mm/90°-55mm/45°

1 Hour fast charging unit with BS plug

Brand: Workzone

Material: Aluminium, PVC

Power: 2000W / 230-240V / 50Hz

Product Type: Power Tools

Speed Settings: 7,000 min-1

Thickness: 2.5mm (Splitting Wedge)

Variable Speed: 4,250 min-1
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#1
"1 Hour fast charging unit with BS plug"..

Is this CORDLESS????
#2
mel1408
"1 Hour fast charging unit with BS plug"..

Is this CORDLESS????


Doubt it
#3
I honestly don't know why this is getting cold votes? The top selling budget table saws are made by scheppach and this is cheaper than both and looks better than both and comes with two blades...

I'm considering buying this instead of the scheppach but would love to find some reviews if anyone can find any?
6 Likes #4
Will this saw doors or is it tables only?
#5
jamgin
Will this saw doors or is it tables only?


haha
#6
think I'm gonna give this a shot. If you look at the plastic molding of the body it's identical to the scheppach HS100S. except it has a better guard, a rear table extension, bigger looking handles and an extra blade. Plus a longer warranty.

Thanks op

ordering now
1 Like #7
If I want so good at disguising dovetail joints as 6" nails I'd buy one of these!
#8
Looks really good for the money , great for joiners doing smaller things like kitchens, wardrobes etc . And 2000 W motor , most table saws with 2000 W motor are £200 plus
#9
you_gotta_be_kidding
I honestly don't know why this is getting cold votes? The top selling budget table saws are made by scheppach and this is cheaper than both and looks better than both and comes with two blades...
I'm considering buying this instead of the scheppach but would love to find some reviews if anyone can find any?

There's a thread about this saw over on the ukworkshop forum. A few comments about blades missing teeth, flimsy top construction and slop in the fence and mitre track. It's not going to be super accurate but probably fine for hobby/DIY ...it's also only £90.

Edited By: hamfist on Oct 28, 2016 09:40
#10
hamfist
you_gotta_be_kidding
I honestly don't know why this is getting cold votes? The top selling budget table saws are made by scheppach and this is cheaper than both and looks better than both and comes with two blades...
I'm considering buying this instead of the scheppach but would love to find some reviews if anyone can find any?

There's a thread about this saw over on the ukworkshop forum. A few comments about blades missing teeth, flimsy top construction and slop in the fence and mitre track. It's not going to be super accurate but probably fine for hobby/DIY ...it's also only £90.


do you have a link? I've found reviews etc on previous models but not this version.
#11
you_gotta_be_kidding
hamfist
you_gotta_be_kidding
I honestly don't know why this is getting cold votes? The top selling budget table saws are made by scheppach and this is cheaper than both and looks better than both and comes with two blades...
I'm considering buying this instead of the scheppach but would love to find some reviews if anyone can find any?
There's a thread about this saw over on the ukworkshop forum. A few comments about blades missing teeth, flimsy top construction and slop in the fence and mitre track. It's not going to be super accurate but probably fine for hobby/DIY ...it's also only £90.
do you have a link? I've found reviews etc on previous models but not this version.

HERE

Unless they've changed the saw in the past 12months, the info should still be relevant.



Edited By: hamfist on Oct 28, 2016 12:21
#12
hamfist
you_gotta_be_kidding
hamfist
you_gotta_be_kidding
I honestly don't know why this is getting cold votes? The top selling budget table saws are made by scheppach and this is cheaper than both and looks better than both and comes with two blades...
I'm considering buying this instead of the scheppach but would love to find some reviews if anyone can find any?
There's a thread about this saw over on the ukworkshop forum. A few comments about blades missing teeth, flimsy top construction and slop in the fence and mitre track. It's not going to be super accurate but probably fine for hobby/DIY ...it's also only £90.
do you have a link? I've found reviews etc on previous models but not this version.

HERE

Unless they've changed the saw in the past 12months, the info should still be relevant.




This is the new version, only brought out two months ago. I've done quite a bit of research on this. The old ones were made by einhell, these new ones are made by scheppach.
#13
you_gotta_be_kidding
hamfist
you_gotta_be_kidding
hamfist
you_gotta_be_kidding
I honestly don't know why this is getting cold votes? The top selling budget table saws are made by scheppach and this is cheaper than both and looks better than both and comes with two blades...
I'm considering buying this instead of the scheppach but would love to find some reviews if anyone can find any?
There's a thread about this saw over on the ukworkshop forum. A few comments about blades missing teeth, flimsy top construction and slop in the fence and mitre track. It's not going to be super accurate but probably fine for hobby/DIY ...it's also only £90.
do you have a link? I've found reviews etc on previous models but not this version.
HERE
Unless they've changed the saw in the past 12months, the info should still be relevant.
This is the new version, only brought out two months ago. I've done quite a bit of research on this. The old ones were made by einhell, these new ones are made by scheppach.

I think you're right.... and aldi are known for selling rebranded scheppach/woodstar tools. I guess most of these machines are made in the same factory in China, then badged accordingly.

It can't hurt to buy it and test it out. If it turns out to be cheap junk, just return it. If its better than expected and fairly accurate, put good quality blade in it and enjoy.
#14
been looking at the titan which looks more or less the same specs other than a 1500w motor

http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb674tas-254mm-table-saw-230-240v/9486j

the workzone could be a good buy
#15
these are also available in store from Sunday, they also have an 18v lithium drill for £24.99
#16
Can it be used for cutting large porcelain, patio stones tiles ??
1 Like #17
sohi
Can it be used for cutting large porcelain, patio stones tiles ??


Ha ha nooooooo
#18
sohi
Can it be used for cutting large porcelain, patio stones tiles ??


sure can you would need a diamond cutting disc to fit the spindle and would need to provide a water spray to keep the cutting disc wet but I'd be careful as the table saw is not designed to get wet, you may find an angle grinder with diamond disc is a better freehand option
#19
Anyone any idea what the blade and bore size is ?
#20
GaryDIY
Anyone any idea what the blade and bore size is ?
Just checked out video, seems its 10"/254mm (so assume a 250mm will be ok), also it seems to have a laser too.
I really shouldn't buy another saw, but then again my other one is yellow so .......
#21
AndrewJ
sohi
Can it be used for cutting large porcelain, patio stones tiles ??


sure can you would need a diamond cutting disc to fit the spindle and would need to provide a water spray to keep the cutting disc wet but I'd be careful as the table saw is not designed to get wet, you may find an angle grinder with diamond disc is a better freehand option


thanks
#22
yozzman1234
sohi
Can it be used for cutting large porcelain, patio stones tiles ??


Ha ha nooooooo


cheers
1 Like #23
I have bought one of these saws & been using for 1 week ( FYI its made by einhell ) - its well worth the money but you would need shed or workshop to use it - its too big to go through normal door when built - Instructions for putting this together are useless - worth persevering as its a very good quality item for the money & comes with a spare blade & has a laser cutting guide

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