GUILD BMS210G Mitre Saw Homebase - £33.93 - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
352

GUILD BMS210G Mitre Saw Homebase - £33.93

£33.93 @ Homebase
210mm mitre saw. Not the best on the market but at 33.93 with two year guarantee its a good deal. Picked one up using click and collect and have to say impressed with it, clean straight cut even thoug… Read More
GaryDIY Avatar
6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
210mm mitre saw. Not the best on the market but at 33.93 with two year guarantee its a good deal. Picked one up using click and collect and have to say impressed with it, clean straight cut even though its a coarse blade. Very light and easy to move about compared with my heavier 250mm saw so it will be great for architrave, framing and smaller skirting
Deal Tags:
More From Homebase:
GaryDIY Avatar
6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Options

All Comments

(17) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Nice find' heat added 8)
#2
pennyfarthing88
Nice find' heat added 8)


this was posted in comments on your deal yesterday, my mistake that was the table.

Edited By: shadey12 on Sep 24, 2016 22:27: mistake
#4
Already posted

clearance deal posted sat morning.
3 Likes #5
Also just to make people aware the 18v battery operated multi tool does not come with battery or charger.
#6
Since Homebase have been taken over they seem to have more lines of stock and some at cheaper prices. It is worth a visit to check them out and some of their tool lines would make excellent Xmas presents.
1 Like #7
nipstyler
Also just to make people aware the 18v battery operated multi tool does not come with battery or charger.


Glad you noted this, I had reserved a multi tool. Looking again very carefully at the picture on their website the battery is shown attached to the tool, but is slightly 'greyed out' very misleading! I won't be collecting it now!
#8
sicourt
nipstyler
Also just to make people aware the 18v battery operated multi tool does not come with battery or charger.


Glad you noted this, I had reserved a multi tool. Looking again very carefully at the picture on their website the battery is shown attached to the tool, but is slightly 'greyed out' very misleading! I won't be collecting it now!


I reserved one then contacted their customer service centre. They assured me they were included. I managed to get through to the store before I set off and someone in the store kindly read the back of the box which stated that it's tool only. Not such a good deal when you realise you have to spend another 30 quid on the battery and charger. I ended up buying the corded one.
#9
Thanks OP.
Just bought myself one. Now to get our skirting finally sorted (and save paying a couple of days labour for somebody else to come in and do it!)
1 Like #10
Soutie
Thanks OP.
Just bought myself one. Now to get our skirting finally sorted (and save paying a couple of days labour for somebody else to come in and do it!)
When doing internal mitres it's best not to mitre but over scribe , just cut a more then follow the cut line with a jigsaw , much better finish as rooms aren't square
#11
airfix
Soutie
Thanks OP.
Just bought myself one. Now to get our skirting finally sorted (and save paying a couple of days labour for somebody else to come in and do it!)
When doing internal mitres it's best not to mitre but over scribe , just cut a more then follow the cut line with a jigsaw , much better finish as rooms aren't square

Thanks for the tip. Will have to give that a try once I understand what it is you mean exactly :-)
1 Like #12
Soutie
airfix
Soutie
Thanks OP.
Just bought myself one. Now to get our skirting finally sorted (and save paying a couple of days labour for somebody else to come in and do it!)
When doing internal mitres it's best not to mitre but over scribe , just cut a more then follow the cut line with a jigsaw , much better finish as rooms aren't square
Thanks for the tip. Will have to give that a try once I understand what it is you mean exactly :-)
You can see here in steps 9 and 10 -http://www.self-build.co.uk/how-fit-skirting-board

I used a jigsaw to cut the profile line (where the paint ends and cut wood starts)
2 Likes #13
airfix
Soutie
airfix
Soutie
Thanks OP.
Just bought myself one. Now to get our skirting finally sorted (and save paying a couple of days labour for somebody else to come in and do it!)
When doing internal mitres it's best not to mitre but over scribe , just cut a more then follow the cut line with a jigsaw , much better finish as rooms aren't square
Thanks for the tip. Will have to give that a try once I understand what it is you mean exactly :-)
You can see here in steps 9 and 10 -http://www.self-build.co.uk/how-fit-skirting-board
I used a jigsaw to cut the profile line (where the paint ends and cut wood starts)

Thanks very much for the link Airfix. Had a look then also watched a couple of you tube videos and now understand what you mean and think I'll be going with your suggestion.

Let the fun begin :-)
banned#14
Currently £65.93 in Rugby
#15
eru69err
Currently £65.93 in Rugby


is that the sliding mitre saw though?
banned#16
I got an unboxed one yesterday for £20.
1 Like #17
eru69err
I got an unboxed one yesterday for £20.


back of the net

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!