Double bevel cross cut sliding mitre saw 240v 38% off@ Amazon - £121.50
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Double bevel cross cut sliding mitre saw 240v 38% off@ Amazon - £121.50

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Found 8th Apr
  • For sawing wood, laminated panels and plastics
  • Work table made of die-cast aluminium
  • Integrated laser marks the cutting line
  • Saw head is infinitely tiltable to the left and right
  • Double tube-mounted drag function for wide workpieces


  • Product DescriptionEinhell dual is a sliding mitre saw for machining wood, laminated panels and plastic. The saw head can be tilted to the left and right making it highly flexibile in setting miters on two sides in just one action. An integrated laser marks the cutting line, enabling the workpiece to be positioned quickly and exactly.The high-quality work tableis made from die-cast aluminium and comes with an exact angle adjustment facility which can be latched single handedly in various positions. The double tube-mounted drag function enables you to cut particularly wide workpieces. whilst the workpiece supports on two sides, a clamping device for reliable securing of the workpiece and a workpiece stop with rails adjustable to the left and right enable safe and exact operation.Einhell is one of Europe's largest suppliers of quality power tools and garden power tools. The company was founded in 1964 in Germany and now has subsidiaries in all major European markets. Throughout Europe Einhell's products are famous for their affordability and reliability as well as after sales service. In the UK Einhell prides its self on its wide range of products, that offer high specifications at affordable prices. Einhell UK also carries spare parts and accessories for most of their products and a customer help line in a bid to maximise customer service.Box Contains
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Mehhhhh....so are a lot of the reviews. Double bevel isn't essential unless you are doing LOTS of corners.
friar_chris10 m ago

[Image] Mehhhhh....so are a lot of the reviews. Double bevel isn't …[Image] Mehhhhh....so are a lot of the reviews. Double bevel isn't essential unless you are doing LOTS of corners.


77% 4* or 5* reviews
Watch you fingers!
Not really cheap enough. Only a 210mm blade. Better to get a 255mm saw for the extra cutting depth as this would be limiting and doesn't have the versatility of the likes of an Evolution saw which can be had for similar monies (with Screwfix voucher).
Dave_dave693 m ago

Watch you fingers!


If they need telling that we probably should add tongue, toes, ears etc
john18415 m ago

Not really cheap enough. Only a 210mm blade. Better to get a 255mm saw for …Not really cheap enough. Only a 210mm blade. Better to get a 255mm saw for the extra cutting depth as this would be limiting and doesn't have the versatility of the likes of an Evolution saw which can be had for similar monies (with Screwfix voucher).


got a link?
friar_chris3 h, 33 m ago

[Image] Mehhhhh....so are a lot of the reviews. Double bevel isn't …[Image] Mehhhhh....so are a lot of the reviews. Double bevel isn't essential unless you are doing LOTS of corners.


and the point of your graph is? things were cheaper in 2015? wow ever heard of inflation?
I wish i needed one of these so i could justify buying it.
Got mine from Lidl for £79.99 and they've had them again since. Is there something special about this one which justifies the much higher price?
No - that's why it's voted hot on this site.
thomasleep12 h, 31 m ago

got a link?


255mm screwed saw £135

Single bevel, but for DIY use more than fit for 99% of tasks. Can cut metal too.
If you make a screwed account you typically get a £10/20 voucher every 3 months.

I have the 110V version and built a trailer with it. I wouldn't bother with paying extra for the side rails.
Besford1 h, 14 m ago

Got mine from Lidl for £79.99 and they've had them again since. Is there …Got mine from Lidl for £79.99 and they've had them again since. Is there something special about this one which justifies the much higher price?


Better manufacturer
Cursed autocorrect hasn't let me write Screw..fix
I really want to get this,
don't need it though,
but I still want it. 😣
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Einhell aren't very good. Don't take this product in isolation, but rather look at reviews for their products in general. The good reviews are fairly vague, but the bad reviews are typically scathing. I own one Einhell product as I also didn't believe they could be so bad. It is.

If you take the double-bevel feature out of this, it is massively over-priced considering the competition. Yesterday you could have got a Metabo for less (OOS now), but you won't pay a huge amount more today, and the difference is night and day- pro vs DIY.

Most people won't need the double bevel feature (myself and colleagues are still using single-bevel saws, and that's using them for a living), so personally I would discount that feature then look at a better brand for similar or the same money.
Edited by: "deleted801301" 9th Apr
ws00756 m ago

Better manufacturer



Einhell? I don't think so!
Besford1 h, 23 m ago

Einhell? I don't think so!


No? Always thought of them as good, were they once?
ws00757 m ago

No? Always thought of them as good, were they once?


It's just a brand. Probably fine but so is the Lidl Parkside one. I was responding to your statement that it costs so much more because it's a better brand: neither is 'premium'.
I was staring at the photo for a while before I could see what it was - it looked like a robot puppy for ages!
john18411 h, 1 m ago

255mm screwed saw £135Single bevel, but for DIY use more than fit for 99% …255mm screwed saw £135Single bevel, but for DIY use more than fit for 99% of tasks. Can cut metal too.If you make a screwed account you typically get a £10/20 voucher every 3 months.I have the 110V version and built a trailer with it. I wouldn't bother with paying extra for the side rails.


So your link is for a single bevel (completely different) and it is nearly £15 more!
gslgregory2 h, 9 m ago

I was staring at the photo for a while before I could see what it was - it …I was staring at the photo for a while before I could see what it was - it looked like a robot puppy for ages!


Not seeing it myself but it has a very large thingy if it was!
friar_chris11 h, 43 m ago

I look at the 4* reviews with some length in which people have taken the …I look at the 4* reviews with some length in which people have taken the time to give an considered review praising and draw attention to faults or failings.Given that you just copy-pasted the Amazon description down to (carelessly) "Box Contains", you probably focused on the 5* ones which say:"ok" (just okay? 5*?),"Great little bit of kit" (they say that about everything electrical from PC speakers to toasters),"FANTASTIC SAW" (reminds me of this guy - at the end)"Great so far - cuts like a dream" (not too much hope then - 5* - and 'that'll be the blade') "very good product and fast delivery" (hats off to the postal service for delivering it).By saying Mehhhhh reviews, someone might look a little beyond the (not so good) 4.1* average and make their own informed decision.



friar_chris11 h, 43 m ago

I look at the 4* reviews with some length in which people have taken the …I look at the 4* reviews with some length in which people have taken the time to give an considered review praising and draw attention to faults or failings.Given that you just copy-pasted the Amazon description down to (carelessly) "Box Contains", you probably focused on the 5* ones which say:"ok" (just okay? 5*?),"Great little bit of kit" (they say that about everything electrical from PC speakers to toasters),"FANTASTIC SAW" (reminds me of this guy - at the end)"Great so far - cuts like a dream" (not too much hope then - 5* - and 'that'll be the blade') "very good product and fast delivery" (hats off to the postal service for delivering it).By saying Mehhhhh reviews, someone might look a little beyond the (not so good) 4.1* average and make their own informed decision.


Not sure how you look at something with some length or what an considered review is. The reviews were left by people who have purchased the item and are entitled to leave them without you saying they meant something other than they said. I pasted the description as is because people would rather see the actual description rather than my version of it. My humble apologies for leaving 'box contains' at the end, I do not see how it detracts or even adds to this post as the text preceding 'box contains' pretty much covers what the box contains.However you can add what the box contains if you want to. Many thanks for bringing it to my attention.
thomasleep1 h, 36 m ago

So your link is for a single bevel (completely different) and it is nearly …So your link is for a single bevel (completely different) and it is nearly £15 more!


Don't be so defensive about your deal, It's either a good deal or a bad deal and I'm only commenting because I don't want to see people spending their money on something that may not meet their needs or expectations. I appreciate people taking time to post deals but 99% of people will get more value out of a larger blade rather than the ability of double bevel cuts (which just take slightly more time with a single bevel saw) - Not quite completely different. Also the £15 extra is arguably better spent given the better blade life, added functionality, more powerful motor, proven design, spares availability, ability to cut metal...The saw I linked to will also be around the same price for anyone who gets a Screwfix voucher (basically anyone who has ever used Screwfix).
I assume you purchased the Einhell saw, and if so I hope it gives you many years of good service, but I feel it would be restrictive for various purposes ( cutting anything approaching 3" and much less when bevelled).
john1848 m ago

Don't be so defensive about your deal, It's either a good deal or a bad …Don't be so defensive about your deal, It's either a good deal or a bad deal and I'm only commenting because I don't want to see people spending their money on something that may not meet their needs or expectations. I appreciate people taking time to post deals but 99% of people will get more value out of a larger blade rather than the ability of double bevel cuts (which just take slightly more time with a single bevel saw) - Not quite completely different. Also the £15 extra is arguably better spent given the better blade life, added functionality, more powerful motor, proven design, spares availability, ability to cut metal...The saw I linked to will also be around the same price for anyone who gets a Screwfix voucher (basically anyone who has ever used Screwfix).I assume you purchased the Einhell saw, and if so I hope it gives you many years of good service, but I feel it would be restrictive for various purposes ( cutting anything approaching 3" and much less when bevelled).


Hardly defensive , just pointing out the fact it is a completely different saw for a different type of use than the one you quoted. The saw you quoted is fine for what it is for and the one I posted is a good price for what it is for. Blade life is debatable as they will be used for different purposes? and the metal cutting not really applicable if you buy this saw for what it is for? So on a serious note how do you get this screwfix voucher, how much is it for and I have used them rarely but have not heard of this so genuinly would like to know how much and how to get it.
I bought an old premium german used model for less and bet it is still around in 20 years.
Had a single bevel and it's not often you need a double bevel but it was a pain trying to cut a kitchen plinth corner without damaging the decorative finish. Bought a double bevel from Aldi but never needed it since.
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