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Erbauer Emis254C 254mm Electric Single-bevel Compound Mitre Saw 220-240 £79.99 Screwfix
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Erbauer Emis254C 254mm Electric Single-bevel Compound Mitre Saw 220-240 £79.99 Screwfix

£79.99£119.9933%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 17th Feb

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Powerful 1800W motor. Features tall sliding fences for an easy bevel set-up and increased cutting capacity. Supplied with a laser guide and trench cutting facility for accurate cutting.

  • 1800W
  • Max. Cross Cut: 130mm
  • 40-Tooth TCT Blade
  • Trench Cutting Facility
  • Aluminium Base
  • Hard Start
  • Dust Bag
  • Quick-Release Clamp
  • Without Spindle Lock
  • Electronic Brake
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Nice deal...
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Looks very similar to my Bosch GCM12, not sure about the quality.
Are these better than Evolution? They seem a little heavier? Love to know who makes Erbauer products for screwfix, all the gear I have seems very good quality.
chalkieboy17/02/2020 16:39

Are these better than Evolution? They seem a little heavier? Love to know …Are these better than Evolution? They seem a little heavier? Love to know who makes Erbauer products for screwfix, all the gear I have seems very good quality.


I'd go with this one: screwfix.com/p/e…4fv or buy cheapest Evolution...
LukeMB17/02/2020 17:39

I'd go with this one: …I'd go with this one: https://www.screwfix.com/p/erbauer-emis254s-254mm-electric-double-bevel-sliding-mitre-saw-220-240v/244fv or buy cheapest Evolution...


23.8kg !
Sack of potatoes weigh 25kg for comparison!
Has anyone tried using an evolution blade type blade on these so you can cut plastic or even metal? Or is it not at all an option and must stick to wood type products?
Anyone got one of these for this price? As get deal goes to full price. Thanks
chalkieboy17/02/2020 21:53

Has anyone tried using an evolution blade type blade on these so you can …Has anyone tried using an evolution blade type blade on these so you can cut plastic or even metal? Or is it not at all an option and must stick to wood type products?


You can use whatever blade you want. Problem is with blade guard that is made of plastic. If you decide to cut metal, you will demage the guard.
elmscroft21/02/2020 13:45

Anyone got one of these for this price? As get deal goes to full price. …Anyone got one of these for this price? As get deal goes to full price. Thanks


it was a one day flash sale. should be expired now
Ah thanks. In store, they said they hadn't reduced it. Will keep watching. Thanks.
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