Makita table saw and stand. I'm looking for a reasonably priced table saw for a DIY project. I've just bought a solid Oak wood floor for my recently-converted loft. It's 20 square metres and to have the floor professionally fitted I've been quoted £1000! So what if I spend half of that money on tools and then spend my own time installing it? How hard can it be?!
This one has good reviews on the web. Looks a lot more substantial than the kind you find in B&Q for a couple of hundred quid. Search YouTube and see some videos of it in action. The thing I like about this saw is that it will do rip cuts, cross cuts and mitres (all new to me but I'm an expert after putting in some YouTube viewing time!). Obviously with a tool like this you have to be very careful. There's a guide covering the blade for safety. Read the instructions carefully and look for videos from the manufacturer.
I've never bought from this retailer before. I've never heard of them either. I hope my post doesn't end up in the spam pile as a result (like the last time I found a very hot deal for you guys which wasn't on any well-known sites offering kick-backs to hotukdeals). They have this particular tool for significantly cheaper than anywhere else on the web (including eBay). Search on Trustpilot and they actually have good reviews there. No mods, I am not affiliated with them. Do try and find this for cheaper elsewhere (trust me I have already spent a few hours trying to do so).