1400W Mitre Saw - Ideal for DIY use - £29.99 delivered @ ebuyer
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1400W Mitre Saw - Ideal for DIY use - £29.99 delivered @ ebuyer

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Found 4th Mar 2016
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This may not be up to professional continuous use, but for home projects it's ideal.

1400W Mitre Saw for cutting wood and plastics
Tilting angle -45 to 0 to 45 degrees
24 tooth blade

Extra Value 1400W Mitre Saw Product Description

Extra Value 1400W Mitre Saw
The Tool is intended for sawing solid wood, bonded wood, glued veneer, materials similar to wood and plastics. Do not cut metals, ceramics or masonry products
Spec:
Voltage Frequency (V-Hz) 230 - 50
Rated power 1400
No Load Speed 5000
Blade diameter mm 210
Blade bore diameter mm 25.4
Nr. teeth on the blade 24
Tilting range -45 to 0 to 45 degrees
Sound pressure level (dBA) 9 (K=3)
Sound Power level 102 (K=3)
Weight (Kg) 6.5
Safety class II

Contents:
Instruction Manual
Spanner
Dust bag
Clamp

17 Comments

Ha, I was looking in B&Q for a mitre saw on Monday - didn't see one anywhere near this price, so will go for this, thanks!

Do you know if it's easy to buy and interchange blades? 24 teeth isn't brilliant.

This should do the trick: [toolstation.com/sho…896?table=no]Toolstation link[/url]
Edited by: "Bigfootpete" 4th Mar 2016

Bigfootpete

This should do the trick: … This should do the trick: [http://www.toolstation.com/shop/p57896?table=no]Toolstation link[/url]


No, l am afraid they won't do the trick. The bore of the blade is stated as 25.4 mm. As far as I am aware only Evoloution and Erbauer ( Screwfix) do blades with this bore. The Evoloution ones are more expensive than the saw at £35 and Erbauer are £15.

it is possible to buy 'adaptors' which would allow you use a 30mm bore with this for example. called bore vushes for a slittle as 2 quid. The bore is the hole in the middle of the disc btw.

that said i have no practical experience of using these im simply doing a bit of research to see if this would be any use to me.... always fancied one and tired of sawing by hand.

Regprentice

it is possible to buy 'adaptors' which would allow you use a 30mm bore … it is possible to buy 'adaptors' which would allow you use a 30mm bore with this for example. called bore vushes for a slittle as 2 quid. The bore is the hole in the middle of the disc btw.that said i have no practical experience of using these im simply doing a bit of research to see if this would be any use to me.... always fancied one and tired of sawing by hand.


Yes you can get adaptors for a couple of quid but I have never liked using these, just a personal opinion. You would be much better off and safer using the correct bore Erbauer blade from Screwfix. These are multi purpose and cut wood, plastics and metal with a nice finish. I changed my old Evoloution blade for one of these and they are just as good after 3 months.

Captain Banana

No, l am afraid they won't do the trick. The bore of the blade is stated … No, l am afraid they won't do the trick. The bore of the blade is stated as 25.4 mm. As far as I am aware only Evoloution and Erbauer ( Screwfix) do blades with this bore. The Evoloution ones are more expensive than the saw at £35 and Erbauer are £15.



Thanks Captn B

Found a Titan for £15 - I think a lot have reduction rings for different bore sizes like this one - Titan

problem I have found with cheap mitre saws is the accuracy, well off in many cases

back up to 39.99

Great price for what it is but in no time you'll wish you had one of the sliding ones so you can make much longer cuts.

Shame the price has gone up, I mitre bought one otherwise.

Captain Banana

No, l am afraid they won't do the trick. The bore of the blade is stated … No, l am afraid they won't do the trick. The bore of the blade is stated as 25.4 mm. As far as I am aware only Evoloution and Erbauer ( Screwfix) do blades with this bore. The Evoloution ones are more expensive than the saw at £35 and Erbauer are £15.



​the evolution blade is superb. no need to worry about nails, cuts really well through everything I have thrown at it.

Ive been using bore reducers for years,they're no less safer than using correct size blades at all

Banned

looks good value indeed..
on the same topic I recently bought a blade alone for £55 for my 305mm mitre saw.
Edited by: "229mel" 5th Mar 2016

Thanks for sharing, hot

up to £39.99

Besford

Great price for what it is but in no time you'll wish you had one of the … Great price for what it is but in no time you'll wish you had one of the sliding ones so you can make much longer cuts.



​couldnt agree more . i made that mistake . my non slider is now used for rough cuts only
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