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Metabo KGS216M sliding mitre saw £106.00 @ Amazon

£106.00 @ Amazon
I have been looking for a sliding mitre saw and found this. Usually about £140+ and priced at the next model downs price. Possible error and may be changed soon. High rating on reevoo and elsew… Read More
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I have been looking for a sliding mitre saw and found this.

Usually about £140+ and priced at the next model downs price. Possible error and may be changed soon.

High rating on reevoo and elsewhere.

I got mine delivered today and it is the KGS216M not the KS216M at the same price.

Please be careful as the G makes a difference!
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Bought this saw approx 2 months ago after reading all the reviews possible. Very happy with it, it's a very capable and accurate saw once set up correctly. Only bad thing I can think about it is I paid about £145, ahhhh.
PS, if your register the saw with Metabo, the give a 3 year warrenty (XXL or something like that)

Edited By: 1more on Feb 28, 2017 19:49: Additional Info
#2
Has anyone bought a good stand for this? I was considering the evolution one at Screwfix with a discount code. Was going to wait for £10 off £40 that should come in soon as they seem to rotate between £5 and £10 codes.

Edited By: camthescot on Feb 28, 2017 19:57
#3
https://www.angliatoolcentre.co.uk/metabo-ks216-pid37318.html?gclid=CjwKEAiA3NTFBRDKheuO6IG43VQSJAA74F775aFiVyDBgW5kGVVdek9RWbtEE_bFv1ReMfecBtztNRoCHcfw_wcB

Cheaper here ? Actually looks like a different model, no idea what the difference is

Edited By: chrisredmayne on Feb 28, 2017 20:10
#4
It is a different model, it's not the sliding one it's the composite.
#5
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here

Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here

Pleased with performance so far.
#6
scotty2
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here
Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here
Pleased with performance so far.

Is it worth buying ? Moving house soon and all the skirting boards need replacing, cant be that hard to do right ? Or should I just pay for someone to do it haa!
#7
scotty2
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here
Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here
Pleased with performance so far.

That only cuts 210mm rather than 300mm, it also doesn't allow for a -2 degree cut. I also wanted the higher tooth count for finer work.

Also that stand is the one I was going to get as it fits most mitre saws.

However, that saw can cut up to 6mm steel and aluminium. It's big brother features in a good safety video by ultimate handyman on YouTube
#8
I paid £165 for this model 2 years ago and it was worth every penny back then
#9
we have the evolution saw at the joinery factory where I work . if you want accuracy I wouldn't choose it , but it is very versatile . seems a good price for the metabo
#10
camthescot
scotty2
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here
Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here
Pleased with performance so far.

That only cuts 210mm rather than 300mm, it also doesn't allow for a -2 degree cut. I also wanted the higher tooth count for finer work.

Also that stand is the one I was going to get as it fits most mitre saws.

However, that saw can cut up to 6mm steel and aluminium. It's big brother features in a good safety video by ultimate handyman on YouTube


KGS305M is 305mm saw blade. The code name gives it away lol. This one here is 215mm so will only cut 65mm skirting in one chop.
1 Like #11
adam4007
camthescot
scotty2
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here
Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here
Pleased with performance so far.
That only cuts 210mm rather than 300mm, it also doesn't allow for a -2 degree cut. I also wanted the higher tooth count for finer work.
Also that stand is the one I was going to get as it fits most mitre saws.
However, that saw can cut up to 6mm steel and aluminium. It's big brother features in a good safety video by ultimate handyman on YouTube
KGS305M is 305mm saw blade. The code name gives it away lol. This one here is 215mm so will only cut 65mm skirting in one chop.

That would be pretty thick skirting at 65mm lol. I think you got the sliding one mixed up with the chop saw version. The post is for the sliding mitre saw. I can cut 7" skirting, even 45 degree mitres on similar model with same size blade.
#12
Smartguy1
adam4007
camthescot
scotty2
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here
Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here
Pleased with performance so far.
That only cuts 210mm rather than 300mm, it also doesn't allow for a -2 degree cut. I also wanted the higher tooth count for finer work.
Also that stand is the one I was going to get as it fits most mitre saws.
However, that saw can cut up to 6mm steel and aluminium. It's big brother features in a good safety video by ultimate handyman on YouTube
KGS305M is 305mm saw blade. The code name gives it away lol. This one here is 215mm so will only cut 65mm skirting in one chop.

That would be pretty thick skirting at 65mm lol. I think you got the sliding one mixed up with the chop saw version. The post is for the sliding mitre saw. I can cut 7" skirting, even 45 degree mitres on similar model with same size blade.


What I meant was the size of the blade matters if you are cutting straight down as it's a better 45 degree cut rather than coming in with the blade on its side. Hope you understand now.
#13
chrisredmayne
scotty2
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here
Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here
Pleased with performance so far.

Is it worth buying ? Moving house soon and all the skirting boards need replacing, cant be that hard to do right ? Or should I just pay for someone to do it haa!


Your going to spend over £100 on a saw to fit skirting in your house cos:

A: the house is a massive

B: you have too much money

C: looking for an excuse to buy this so you can feel like a REAL man!
#14
looks decent, only just bought a non sliding draper from the toolstation, does the job just barely but for 75 quid
#15
I bought this last year, cost about £125 I think. Superb accurate cut.
Used it for laminate flooring, skirting and architrave etc. Excellent tool.
1 Like #16
adam4007
Smartguy1
adam4007
camthescot
scotty2
Bought something similar from Screwfix - Click here
Slightly cheaper and is designed to fit to a saw stand Click here
Pleased with performance so far.
That only cuts 210mm rather than 300mm, it also doesn't allow for a -2 degree cut. I also wanted the higher tooth count for finer work.
Also that stand is the one I was going to get as it fits most mitre saws.
However, that saw can cut up to 6mm steel and aluminium. It's big brother features in a good safety video by ultimate handyman on YouTube
KGS305M is 305mm saw blade. The code name gives it away lol. This one here is 215mm so will only cut 65mm skirting in one chop.
That would be pretty thick skirting at 65mm lol. I think you got the sliding one mixed up with the chop saw version. The post is for the sliding mitre saw. I can cut 7" skirting, even 45 degree mitres on similar model with same size blade.
What I meant was the size of the blade matters if you are cutting straight down as it's a better 45 degree cut rather than coming in with the blade on its side. Hope you understand now.

No worries. I thought you was using door frame section for skirting lol at 63mm. You did mention skirting in your post.

I nearly made the mistake of buying a brand new saw thinking my present sliding mitre saw wouldn't do 45 degree mitres but it works a treat. It wasn't expensive and is fully adjustable so can check it cuts at 90 degrees. Not a bad idea for all you guys out there to check the blade is square and adjust as necessary each time you use the saw as the small need which points to zero is daily disturbed.
#17
£179 now

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