B&Q EVOLUTION 1100W 240V 210MM COMPOUND MITRE SAW FURY3B - £55
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B&Q EVOLUTION 1100W 240V 210MM COMPOUND MITRE SAW FURY3B - £55

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Found 10th Apr
4 out of 5 local stores have stock, order online and collect only.
Reviews are pretty good for a saw at this price, most are happy with it

Product InformationThis compound mitre saw is ideal for for perfectly cutting mitre & bevel angles through a wide range of materials with a single blade.

  • No load speed - 4000 rpm
  • Maximum cutting depth at 90° - 50mm
  • Maximum cutting length at 90° of 120mm
  • Maximum mitre left - 45°/Maximum mitre right - 45°
  • Blade diameter - 210mm

Features and Benefits

  • Utilising patented professional RAGE® technology. Cut steel, aluminium, wood (even nail embedded wood) plastic & more, with just one multipurpose TCT blade
  • Capable of cutting mild steel. Unlike alternate methods it produces very little heat, burrs & virtually no sparks, leaving an instantly workable finish
  • Features top clamping mechanism for optimum cutting security, as well as preset mitre stops at 0°, 15°, 22.5°, 30° & 45°. Extremely compact dimensions provide excellent portability & easy storage
  • 0-45° bevel function allows for cuts to be made on a tilt, for even more cutting versatility. Also features a robust base, which enhances durability on even the most demanding applications, such as mild steel
  • All Evolution multipurpose circular bladed saws include 3 years limited warranty

Technical Specifications
Power output1100WNo load speed4000rpmMaximum cutting depth at 90°50mmMaximum cutting depth at 45° bevel30mmMaximum cutting length at 90°120mmMaximum bevel left45°Maximum mitre right45°Preset mitre stops0, 15, 22.5, 30, 45°Blade typeMultipurpose TCT bladeBlade diameter210mmDisc bore25.4mmBlade guardBlade guardLocking deviceSpindle lockSwitch typeTrigger switchCable length (m)Weight (kg)
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This will fit nicely in my submarine.
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Voted hot.
This is an alternative for 5 quid less at screwfix if want to save a few pennies
screwfix.com/p/t…95P
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 11th Apr
Seriously if you only used this once for 1 project its still a bargain.
Good price
This will fit nicely in my submarine.
Search titan mitre saw on screwfix
Good price, paid £52.49 for a similar model on amazon couple of weeks back in the deals, would of bought this otherwise.
stevesipmax6 m ago

Search titan mitre saw on screwfix


Or you could just post it
Edited by: "PennyTrader" 10th Apr
Miter saw, might not..
PennyTrader10th Apr

Or you could just post it


I did try to put the link on here and it disappeared. So I tried to post the deal and I'm guessing it's being reviewed? Who knows
Tempted but I want a sliding saw with bigger blade
I think I got the exact same one a few years ago when they were on offer in B&Q.

The downside side is you can't lock the table in place, so if your cutting at an angle, the vibration and resistance as you're cutting moves the table and you get bent 45 degree angles.

I've had it a few years and it's still working, so not a bad price, but you do get what you pay for.
Edited by: "TWD" 10th Apr
TWD44 m ago

I think I got the exact same one a few years ago when they were on offer …I think I got the exact same one a few years ago when they were on offer in B&Q.The downside side is you can't lock the table in place, so if your cutting at an angle, the vibration and resistance as you're cutting moves the table and you get bent 45 degree angles.I've had it a few years and it's still working, so not a bad price, but you do get what you pay for.


I've not had problems with vibrations when cutting at an angle with this saw.
So, so limted compared to a sliding one.
jumpinoffthbed5 h, 38 m ago

Tempted but I want a sliding saw with bigger blade


Agreed, I have this and it's great for small jobs but once you get a bigger piece of wood it doesn't fit! Get a sliding one if you can afford it
Edited by: "col11" 11th Apr
Besford7 h, 8 m ago

So, so limted compared to a sliding one.


I picked up one of these two years. Nice saw but doesn’t slide out and has limited cutting ability. Fine if you are cutting small pieces but anything larger and it can’t complete the cut. Good price though
TWD10th Apr

I think I got the exact same one a few years ago when they were on offer …I think I got the exact same one a few years ago when they were on offer in B&Q.The downside side is you can't lock the table in place, so if your cutting at an angle, the vibration and resistance as you're cutting moves the table and you get bent 45 degree angles.I've had it a few years and it's still working, so not a bad price, but you do get what you pay for.


Exactly this problem too - only on compound cuts though, standard mitres no issues.
I have had one of these for a few years and found it very helpful on a lot of DIY jobs. I agree it would be nice if it could cut slightly larger stuff. But for the quality and price it is still a bargain.
I bought one of these and was cutting a 45 degree vertical and horizontal angle but the thing went past it’s factory metal guide and nearly cut itself in half!
stevesipmax14 h, 54 m ago

Voted hot. This is an alternative for 5 quid less at screwfix if want to …Voted hot. This is an alternative for 5 quid less at screwfix if want to save a few pennies https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb710msw-210mm-single-bevel-compound-mitre-saw-230-240v/1295P?


The Titan, also has a dustbag, which the Evolution doesn't. The Evolution has been £49.99 in the past at Screwfix but a lot get caught out by buying it then finding they've clicked the 110v not 240v. The 240v one was also £49.99 which I ordered online, got to Screwfix and 'sorry offer has ended' What? So I had to pay 59.99 but complained and received a £10 credit. Still got the credit because you can't use it online. Tried in store a couple of times to use it and it's like talking to yourself! So still have it. A friend has the Titan and imo it's just as good (with the plus of having a dust bag - if you don't think you need a dust bag, wait and see!!
Oh should have added -
went to deal and got the usual B&Q response when checking 'Stores near You'.
THIS ITEM NOT STOCKED.
Nearest to me (not that I need it, but just as well!) is a B&Q 33 miles away.
B&Q - you know you can trust them not to have the item in stock almost every time.
Looking for a cheap sliding mitre saw
stevesipmax10th Apr

Voted hot. This is an alternative for 5 quid less at screwfix if want to …Voted hot. This is an alternative for 5 quid less at screwfix if want to save a few pennies https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb710msw-210mm-single-bevel-compound-mitre-saw-230-240v/1295P?



its not really in the same class as it wont cut steel and does not have a 3 year warranty on the blade
Michael_Wilkinson2 h, 10 m ago

its not really in the same class as it wont cut steel and does not have a …its not really in the same class as it wont cut steel and does not have a 3 year warranty on the blade


Both come with a multi purpose blade, so both are capable of cutting mild steel.

It was just a heads up if someone needs a good piece of kit at a lower price point.

Thanks for your input though.
stevesipmax20 m ago

Both come with a multi purpose blade, so both are capable of cutting mild …Both come with a multi purpose blade, so both are capable of cutting mild steel. It was just a heads up if someone needs a good piece of kit at a lower price point.Thanks for your input though.



Doesn't say that in the description and looking at the blade it looks like a standard one to me.
Shengis13 m ago

Doesn't say that in the description and looking at the blade it looks like …Doesn't say that in the description and looking at the blade it looks like a standard one to me.


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stevesipmax12 m ago

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Ask again and you'll no doubt get a completely different answer. Have you got one of these saws and can personally confirm that it cuts metal?
Shengis4 m ago

Ask again and you'll no doubt get a completely different answer. Have you …Ask again and you'll no doubt get a completely different answer. Have you got one of these saws and can personally confirm that it cuts metal?


I didnt ask. This is on their website shengis. I'm sure there official website is more accurate than your eyes looking at an image lol. Yes I do have one, would you like me to take an image.
It's ok to get things wrong you know! We're only human after all shen
Better going for the sliding model for £40 more in Screwfix 1500watt and 310mm by 62mm cut much more useful... screwfix.com/p/t…135
If it is anything like the handheld rage saw, will be excellent, I bought the hand one from b&q years ago, still going strong with original blade (ofc I only use it occasionally).

Wish this came up a few weeks ago, bought a Von Haus mitre saw off eBay with the 20% off eBay were offering, came in at £44 incl delivery.
stevesipmax16 h, 11 m ago

Both come with a multi purpose blade, so both are capable of cutting mild …Both come with a multi purpose blade, so both are capable of cutting mild steel. It was just a heads up if someone needs a good piece of kit at a lower price point.Thanks for your input though.


The evolution saws typically cut at much lower rpm to make them capable of cutting metal AND wood vs. most other makes that are set-up to cut wood only at much faster rpm. I would be cautious about fitting a TCT blade to a high rpm (low torque) wood saw as there is the real possibility of burning out the motor, having molten metal swarf burning into the saw and most importantly shattering the blade (which may kill). Recommending this on a shopping forum is not a good idea as someone will try it.
" . . . and does not have a 3 year warranty on the blade "
3 year warranty on a saw blade - No Chance at all.
john1841 h, 22 m ago

The evolution saws typically cut at much lower rpm to make them capable of …The evolution saws typically cut at much lower rpm to make them capable of cutting metal AND wood vs. most other makes that are set-up to cut wood only at much faster rpm. I would be cautious about fitting a TCT blade to a high rpm (low torque) wood saw as there is the real possibility of burning out the motor, having molten metal swarf burning into the saw and most importantly shattering the blade (which may kill). Recommending this on a shopping forum is not a good idea as someone will try it.


Both are compound mitre saws which are designed to cut wood. However on the screwfix site it says that the blade provided is multipurpose. Your health and safety concerns are probably better directed to screwfix as I've just copied the info from their site.
stevesipmax21 h, 28 m ago

I didnt ask. This is on their website shengis. I'm sure there official …I didnt ask. This is on their website shengis. I'm sure there official website is more accurate than your eyes looking at an image lol. Yes I do have one, would you like me to take an image.It's ok to get things wrong you know! We're only human after all shen



Yes i'm aware it's on their website and the questions are being asked by randomers and answered by employees of screwfix. First employee says yes, ask another and they would say no ask a third and they'd probably say maybe. They are only human after all
But the yes is in black and white on their official site! Yikes shen.
Saying that though, I forgot your eyes know better lol
stevesipmax1 h, 55 m ago

But the yes is in black and white on their official site! Yikes shen. …But the yes is in black and white on their official site! Yikes shen. Saying that though, I forgot your eyes know better lol



My eyes are good enough to see the latest question and I await their answer

They also noticed these questions....

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^^I translate that answer as "i'm not touching this one....."
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Shengis14 m ago

My eyes are good enough to see the latest question and I await their …My eyes are good enough to see the latest question and I await their answer They also noticed these questions....[Image] ^^I translate that answer as "i'm not touching this one....." [Image]


Sheng, your eyes thought that the blade wasn't multi purpose when on the website it says it is. You've got it wrong, it's not difficult to apologise, admit your wrong and move on.
It's really not a big deal to make mistakes you know.
stevesipmax19 h, 49 m ago

Sheng, your eyes thought that the blade wasn't multi purpose when on the …Sheng, your eyes thought that the blade wasn't multi purpose when on the website it says it is. You've got it wrong, it's not difficult to apologise, admit your wrong and move on.It's really not a big deal to make mistakes you know.




Well hows this for comedy gold, seems my eyes are perfectly fine........

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Shengis3 h, 26 m ago

Well hows this for comedy gold, seems my eyes are perfectly …Well hows this for comedy gold, seems my eyes are perfectly fine........[Image]


If I've got something wrong I'll happily admit it, hands up. Unlike some.
Anyway, good on you for taking your time to keep on eye on it whilst I've been at work.
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