Bosch EasyCut 50 Corded Jigsaw £39.50 / £44.50 delivered @ Homebase
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Bosch EasyCut 50 Corded Jigsaw £39.50 / £44.50 delivered @ Homebase

£44.50£49.9911%Homebase Deals
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Posted 12th Oct
Easy to use jigsaw I came across last week. Think it's good for DIY hobbyists and enthusiasts

Bosch EasyCut 50 Corded Jigsaw
£39.50 (postage £5)

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The Bosch EasyCut 50 Corded Jigsaw is easy, safe and quick to use and the NanoBlade saw blade can be changed by simply opening the hatch, changing the saw blade and closing the hatch. This versatile tool comes equipped with NanoBlade technology which provides vibration-free, precise, 100% right-angled cuts. This technology also means that the blade is completely maintenance-free, requiring no oiling or sharpening of the blade. Carry out sawing tasks and projects effortlessly.

  • EasyCut 50 NanoBlade Jigsaw
  • Anti-splinter guard (1 600 A00 3D9)
  • Hood for dust extraction (1 600 A00 3D8)
  • NanoBLADE Basic for Wood 50 (2 609 256 D83)
  • Transparent protective saw blade cover (1 600 A00 J6Z)
  • Plastic carry case


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Heated good price!
how well do these cut tight curves?
dont.mack.me.off12/10/2019 15:29

how well do these cut tight curves?


There are a few YouTube videos and reviews around. The cut seems to be very rough and the blades expensive and unreliable, I wouldn't be surprised if all the recent reductions in price mean this will soon be discontinued.
Looks like a very bad idea. Custom 'blades' will guarantee high prices.
dont.mack.me.off12/10/2019 15:29

how well do these cut tight curves?


It's designed for straight cutting. The main advantage is that if you have real timber with knots and/or harder wood, the blade doesn't deflect sideways (as easily). A secondary advantage is that you can cut unsupported thin wood - eg just trim a sheet of hardboard to size whilst it's free-standing. Which can save a lot of time.

Of course the blades are going to wear a lot more evenly than with a standard jigsaw blade, especially when mostly cutting thinner stuff. So should last a lot longer. I think that they are about 12 quid a time, though.
Grrrrrrrrrrr12/10/2019 23:06

It's designed for straight cutting. The main advantage is that if you have …It's designed for straight cutting. The main advantage is that if you have real timber with knots and/or harder wood, the blade doesn't deflect sideways (as easily). A secondary advantage is that you can cut unsupported thin wood - eg just trim a sheet of hardboard to size whilst it's free-standing. Which can save a lot of time. Of course the blades are going to wear a lot more evenly than with a standard jigsaw blade, especially when mostly cutting thinner stuff. So should last a lot longer. I think that they are about 12 quid a time, though.


OK thanks for the explanation. At least now i know its strengths! Not for me though.
Ordered mine but they don't do the spare blades which is a shame.
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