Einhell 2025 2000W 250mm Table Saw & Stand 230V - £99.98 at Toolstation
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Einhell 2025 2000W 250mm Table Saw & Stand 230V - £99.98 at Toolstation

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Posted 24th Jun
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Product Details • Power input: 2,000W
• No-load speed: 5,000rpm
• Blade/bore diameter: 250 x 30mm
• Depth of cut 90°/45°: 0-85/0-65mm
• Bevel range: 0/45°
• Main table: 640 x 487mm
• Side extension: 2 x 640 x 200mm
• 2-in-1 height and bevel adjustment
• Sturdy base unit included

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Southall8724/06/2019 19:04

https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb674tas-254mm-electric-table-saw-230-240v/9486jTitan from screwfix Is the same pricehttps://www.vonhaus.com/vh_en/1500w-table-sawAnd this Vonhaus is cheaper


I have owned the Lidl version of this saw.
Until a small part of the motor broke free and I returned it for repair but instead they just refunded me.

I then brought the Screwfix saw, and although has a lot of similarities, such as the sides do not fold down, they are also a lot bigger than this Toolstation one, but I find the Titan to be slightly higher quality, probably to do with the fact it's a little bit quieter and the mechanical brake is great.

However the main surround is plastic and flexes easily.
Theoretically this shouldn't be a problem, however I have screwed a 9mm plywood bottom to it which makes it rock solid, I also have the plywood stick out in line with the rear of the table, so I can store it on its back.

This Toolstation version doesn't need that as the rear of the table allows you to store it's on its back anyway, and it's a lot more convenient size to put away.

However note the usual complaints of these type of saws that the fence flex is a little too much, the crosscut jig is flimsy, and rattles inside the slot. Way too much slop inside.

There are lots of things you can do to mitigate these things, and one might argue that by spending a bit more time making proper jigs and setting up the saw can take longer (the Titan is an absolute pig to adjust accurately, you have to be underneath it ,whereas the Toolstation you can align the blade from the top which is more natural.)
With an equivalent more expensive version with cast top (not folded steel) beefier fence etc.

For me at this time portability and low-cost on more important. I reckon this will change in future.
If it's the only saw you've seen sub-100 you've not looked hard!
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If it's the only saw you've seen sub-100 you've not looked hard!
Southall8724/06/2019 19:04

https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb674tas-254mm-electric-table-saw-230-240v/9486jTitan from screwfix Is the same pricehttps://www.vonhaus.com/vh_en/1500w-table-sawAnd this Vonhaus is cheaper


Both 1500 watts!Try and give comparable examples please!
Just set this up on the weekend. The wings don’t fold down. They’re fixed. If you want to remove them, you’ll need to dismantle it.
It looks accurate, but have not made a cut yet. It took around 1 hour to build so it was time for a tea break and then I didn’t go back HA
For anyone who is already deaf and partially sighted these will be fine.
Build quality actually has some pretty bad reviews
Thanks for posting @nameskhan we have added this to today's Highlights page
HotUKDealSeeker24/06/2019 21:29

Just set this up on the weekend. The wings don’t fold down. They’re fixed. …Just set this up on the weekend. The wings don’t fold down. They’re fixed. If you want to remove them, you’ll need to dismantle it.It looks accurate, but have not made a cut yet. It took around 1 hour to build so it was time for a tea break and then I didn’t go back HA


Likely to need some tuneup for perfect accuracy. Theres a decent vid on how to tune table saws here
HotUKDealSeeker24/06/2019 21:29

Just set this up on the weekend. The wings don’t fold down. They’re fixed. …Just set this up on the weekend. The wings don’t fold down. They’re fixed. If you want to remove them, you’ll need to dismantle it.It looks accurate, but have not made a cut yet. It took around 1 hour to build so it was time for a tea break and then I didn’t go back HA


Thanks. The fact that the wings don't fold down is a proper dealbreaker for me.
How on earth did none of the design team not think "these wings will need some cheap hinges and a latch as that will make storage easier"?
Even my shoddy bbq has a fold down shelf.
I bought this mainly for ripping down framing from extra 6x2s I had lying left over from extension build. Good Powerful motor ripped them no probs. Jolts like hell when you power it on, and it is a bit loud, but what do you expect.
Its lightweight but has counter feet to stop it from getting pushed over.
I've not fitted the wing sides for that Reason it'll take up too much space.
But overall I'm happy with it think I paid £107 from Wickes
Damm! Just bought a circular saw month ago...! Looks good for the price and little jobs that I have been putting away due to lack of right tools
Southall8724/06/2019 19:04

https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb674tas-254mm-electric-table-saw-230-240v/9486jTitan from screwfix Is the same pricehttps://www.vonhaus.com/vh_en/1500w-table-sawAnd this Vonhaus is cheaper


I have owned the Lidl version of this saw.
Until a small part of the motor broke free and I returned it for repair but instead they just refunded me.

I then brought the Screwfix saw, and although has a lot of similarities, such as the sides do not fold down, they are also a lot bigger than this Toolstation one, but I find the Titan to be slightly higher quality, probably to do with the fact it's a little bit quieter and the mechanical brake is great.

However the main surround is plastic and flexes easily.
Theoretically this shouldn't be a problem, however I have screwed a 9mm plywood bottom to it which makes it rock solid, I also have the plywood stick out in line with the rear of the table, so I can store it on its back.

This Toolstation version doesn't need that as the rear of the table allows you to store it's on its back anyway, and it's a lot more convenient size to put away.

However note the usual complaints of these type of saws that the fence flex is a little too much, the crosscut jig is flimsy, and rattles inside the slot. Way too much slop inside.

There are lots of things you can do to mitigate these things, and one might argue that by spending a bit more time making proper jigs and setting up the saw can take longer (the Titan is an absolute pig to adjust accurately, you have to be underneath it ,whereas the Toolstation you can align the blade from the top which is more natural.)
With an equivalent more expensive version with cast top (not folded steel) beefier fence etc.

For me at this time portability and low-cost on more important. I reckon this will change in future.
mchilli25/06/2019 23:21

I have owned the Lidl version of this saw.Until a small part of the motor …I have owned the Lidl version of this saw.Until a small part of the motor broke free and I returned it for repair but instead they just refunded me.I then brought the Screwfix saw, and although has a lot of similarities, such as the sides do not fold down, they are also a lot bigger than this Toolstation one, but I find the Titan to be slightly higher quality, probably to do with the fact it's a little bit quieter and the mechanical brake is great.However the main surround is plastic and flexes easily.Theoretically this shouldn't be a problem, however I have screwed a 9mm plywood bottom to it which makes it rock solid, I also have the plywood stick out in line with the rear of the table, so I can store it on its back.This Toolstation version doesn't need that as the rear of the table allows you to store it's on its back anyway, and it's a lot more convenient size to put away.However note the usual complaints of these type of saws that the fence flex is a little too much, the crosscut jig is flimsy, and rattles inside the slot. Way too much slop inside.There are lots of things you can do to mitigate these things, and one might argue that by spending a bit more time making proper jigs and setting up the saw can take longer (the Titan is an absolute pig to adjust accurately, you have to be underneath it ,whereas the Toolstation you can align the blade from the top which is more natural.) With an equivalent more expensive version with cast top (not folded steel) beefier fence etc.For me at this time portability and low-cost on more important. I reckon this will change in future.


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