CHALLENGE BENCH TABLE SAW 800 WATT NEW BRAND NEW WITH A 12 MONTH ARGOS WARRANTY £26.98 @ ARGOS/EBAY - HotUKDeals
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No load speed 4500rpm.
200mm TCT blade with 16mm bore.
Table size 500 x 335mm.
Cutting height 43mm.
Blade bevel 0-45 degrees.
Magnetic safety switch.
Parallel guide.
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#1
Cheap for a table saw, but very mixed reviews including one that seems to have caught fire lol. Good spot though if you need a cheap saw for laminate cutting etc.
#2
Yes I must say I'm tempted, as aurora says though very mixed reviews. I'll give it some heat though for the price.
#3
I'd be very tempted if the cutting height was a tad over 50mm. Heat added all the same tho :)
#4
Kebabmonster
I'd be very tempted if the cutting height was a tad over 50mm. Heat added all the same tho :)
i use huge dimention saws daily that cost 50k plus and very rarely cut any timber , or man made board over 50mm ...... what on earth do you intend cutting over 50mm on this . this saw is only tiny and meant for general diy so if you think you are going to be pushing great big thick pieces of wood through it you have got two hopes !

Edited By: cadmus on Oct 15, 2010 16:58: .
#5
Got one of these a month or two ago, reduced to £28 at Argos, not a bad saw but blade height not adjustable, Good for price :)
#6
£50 at Argos at the minute good bargain thanks OP
#7
Why expired?
#8
Simes123
Why expired?


Because they sold out and I wanted one too.

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Oct 15, 2010 20:38: .
#9
I cannot speak for the quality and performance of this specific saw but it will almost certainly be of very limited power and useless for doing more than a little rip-sawing of thin softwood (up to say 25mm thick). Even then, it will struggle and very likely jam or overheat. And don't even think of using it on large sheet material.

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