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Dewalt DWS774-GB Compact Sliding Mitre Saw £149.98 @ Toolstation
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Dewalt DWS774-GB Compact Sliding Mitre Saw £149.98 @ Toolstation

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Posted 7th Jan

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Best price I can find and has good specs. You always pay a premium for big brands but this reduction brings it down nicely I think.


216mm blade, 1400W / 240v.

The slide is integrated so it has quite a small footprint.

Free delivery or C&C in store. Also seems to be the same price on their official eBay store.

This has 100W more power than the DWS773 sold at Screwfix, and also has the XPS shadow cut guide.
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Does anyone have a discount code for Toolstation, or are they account-specific?
Ordered one, Thank you.
I'd pair this with the Evolution stand, £49.99 @ Screwfix
No laser...........budget
dandoc208/01/2020 20:18

No laser...........budget


It's usually the lower quality ones that come with a laser, ie evolution and the like. You could spend £800 on a top spec saw and it won't have a laser.
andyb8308/01/2020 21:47

It's usually the lower quality ones that come with a laser, ie evolution …It's usually the lower quality ones that come with a laser, ie evolution and the like. You could spend £800 on a top spec saw and it won't have a laser.


I like a laser
It does a shadow line from a light in the blade housing - at least as useful as a laser IMO.
kiteless08/01/2020 22:45

It does a shadow line from a light in the blade housing - at least as …It does a shadow line from a light in the blade housing - at least as useful as a laser IMO.


This is for DIY for numpties not tradesmen so people need helpful things like that. Plus squares clamps etc
I tried the shadow line and it seems accurate to the blade line indoors. Also saw seems pretty true out of the box but I will spend some proper time squaring it up on due course. It fits well on the Evolution saw stand which came with several length bolt options for fastening down the saw.

I agree it's not really a "proper" trade saw but seems very good for DIY use.

Only gripe is I need to get an adapter for dust extraction.
dandoc208/01/2020 23:13

This is for DIY for numpties not tradesmen so people need helpful things …This is for DIY for numpties not tradesmen so people need helpful things like that. Plus squares clamps etc


You'll find a lot of tradesmen use this exact saw for skirting/architrave ect. It's accurate and light so very portable.
I need a saw to cut laminate. Ordinarily I use a hand saw. This time I want to make life easy. Any suggestions please
Edited by: "f2raf" 12th Jan
f2raf12/01/2020 18:30

I need a saw to cut laminate. Ordinarily I use a hand saw. This time I …I need a saw to cut laminate. Ordinarily I use a hand saw. This time I want to make life easy. Any suggestions please


Get this one. I got the one from Screwfix with the evolution stand and it’s great for laminate
f2raf12/01/2020 18:30

I need a saw to cut laminate. Ordinarily I use a hand saw. This time I …I need a saw to cut laminate. Ordinarily I use a hand saw. This time I want to make life easy. Any suggestions please


This will cross cut it with no issues. The blade has a reasonably high tooth count so should leave a decent finish.

You'll still need something to do the long rip cuts on the final boards though.

I'm going to try using a jigsaw with the Bosch blades. You can get the precision ones which are thicker so don't deflect when cutting.

Clamp a straight edge of some kind to the laminate to run the jigsaw shoe against.

Or just do the same with a circular saw. Just mind your fingers!
Hmmm isn’t this a bit of an overkill for laminate? I mean do I really need to spend £150. I think there is an evolution saw on for £55 evolution r210 and a sliding one for £89. Also the stand costs and extra £50. I have a normal tool stand the wooden ones. Can this be clamped to that or can it just be used on the floor. ?? I’ve thought about circular saw but they don’t look safe as you have to pick them up and saw across something. I like this as you place wood under it and drop the saw on it. I recent did my sons room 13sqm with 18mm solid floor all with a hand saw. It was a good Irwin saw and cut through fine. But now I have 40sqm to do so I’m a bit worried it will kill my arms offf.
Edited by: "f2raf" 28th Jan
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