Evolution 1100W 210mm Compound Mitre Saw £38 B&Q this weekend
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Evolution 1100W 210mm Compound Mitre Saw £38 B&Q this weekend

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Found 23rd Apr 2015
This compound mitre saw is ideal for for making mitre cuts in various materials.

•No load speed - 4000 rpm
•Maximum cutting depth at 90° - 50mm/Maximum cutting depth at 45° mitre - 30mm
•Maximum cutting length at 90° of 120mm
•Maximum mitre left - 45°/Maximum mitre right - 45°
•Blade diameter - 210mm

This deal is available on Saturday and Sunday ONLY
- rubberbullets

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Good buy at that price

Can never have enough power tools

Lilmonkey

Can never have enough power tools


agreed

it was on here the other day at this price and I got one, well worth it

great price

Great price, especially as you get a £25 blade with it.

Good price, works ok, not keen on the black plastic deck.

Only 12cm cutting width, so not really any good for skirting and such.

Previous deal for anyone interested in the existing discussion

hotukdeals.com/dea…051

Heat added for this.

If you buy one ..... careful now!

Guy at work took about 1cm off the end of his finger with one last week. Ouch.

sancheez

If you buy one ..... careful now!Guy at work took about 1cm off the end … If you buy one ..... careful now!Guy at work took about 1cm off the end of his finger with one last week. Ouch.



This modern society we live in really angers me with people going to such extreme lengths to get the 'perfect' body.

bought one last week, great for home use, although i felt that the cutting depth could have been higher to tackle tall skirting at an angle. Still Great for the price. and will help chop my chiminea wood for a long while yet.

Heat added.

No idea about the quality but that is a great price.

My basic one has come in very handy, shame this is not a sliding one as looking to upgrade for wider pieces of wood.

I use one of these purely to chop old joists up for firewood - it saws through the old nails.

Bargain for £38

funkfresh

This modern society we live in really angers me with people going to such … This modern society we live in really angers me with people going to such extreme lengths to get the 'perfect' body.

LOL ☺

Any idea if this will be available for click & collect?

Stos

Any idea if this will be available for click & collect?


it was last weekend. I got mine through c&c

Good price but way to small for most of the jobs you'll probably want to use it for, probably why it's cheap.

Yeah you need the sliding version really. I've borrowed the screwfix version from my dad to do my featherboard fence and it's been brilliant.

Luckily the skirting I will be installing is exactly 120mm, which is the maximum cutting depth for this.

Been looking for a cheap mitre saw so this could be a good buy.

reviews are a bit mixed on the accuracy of this. shame as its a great price.

Picked up from B&Q on C&C on Monday from last deal. Okay for small basic jobs. A sliding one would be better but they are around £100.

I've got the sliding version of this and it's brilliant, the chop version didn't really have a big enough cut for me. Hot though at this price

Is there really a difference between the Orange and Green version or is it a selling tactic?

Online and in-store?

sancheez

If you buy one ..... careful now!Guy at work took about 1cm off the end … If you buy one ..... careful now!Guy at work took about 1cm off the end of his finger with one last week. Ouch.



Did he get sacked for not following procedures properly?

going to be relaying my decking soon, would this be suitable for cutting down the deck planks?

lrmulli

going to be relaying my decking soon, would this be suitable for cutting … going to be relaying my decking soon, would this be suitable for cutting down the deck planks?



Depends what width of deck plank you're going to use, 12cm width max with this saw.

How good is this at cutting metals? Would be nearly worth having as a second saw and just use as a metal chop saw if it were good enough for the task.

Argoj

Depends what width of deck plank you're going to use, 12cm width max with … Depends what width of deck plank you're going to use, 12cm width max with this saw.


Or 24 cm if you turn the plank round for a second cut. Still much quicker than hand sawing.

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realtek

Is there really a difference between the Orange and Green version or is … Is there really a difference between the Orange and Green version or is it a selling tactic?



Orange is designed more for trade, and guarantee of the Orange ones covers professional use.

I've got the bigger brother to this, the rage which is a sliding mitre saw. A great piece of kit, not to heavy but well made. I like most of evolutions kit, but I've never tried the green line of DIY tools.

Argoj

Good price but way to small for most of the jobs you'll probably want to … Good price but way to small for most of the jobs you'll probably want to use it for, probably why it's cheap.




no good for a bit of 4 x 2 then?

99rb

Did he get sacked for not following procedures properly?



Not unless he sacked himself. From living in his house.

Was a DIY error/slip. We work in IT! X)

FYI this uses 25.4mm bore discs, they're uncommon except for the expensive ones that Evolution sells.

Fortunately for £2, you can buy a 25.4mm to 30mm reducer bushing which will enable the saw to use the far more common and cheaper 30mm discs.
Edited by: "Flambo" 24th Apr 2015

Flambo

FYI this uses 25.4mm bore discs, they're uncommon except for the … FYI this uses 25.4mm bore discs, they're uncommon except for the expensive ones that Evolution sells.Fortunately for £2, you can buy a 25.4mm to 30mm reducer bushing which will enable the saw to use the far more common and cheaper 30mm discs.



Very useful information, thank you Flambo!

Does anyone know if this is better:
amazon.co.uk/Von…ade

With Flubit price wise there isn't much difference few quid more, it has a slightly longer cable, and 1400w vs 1100w, although other than that. It has less bad reviews, 4.7 vs 4.4 stars...

Has anyone actually used both to know which is better?

There was about half a pallet right in front of the door at Sheffield Darnall at 7am so I would guess that's the only stock they have in.

Just bought one in Peterborough B&Q and looks good and a few still in stock. Says it cuts plastic, as i am looking to cut some pvc pipe in reasonable quantities this is just the job. universal blade....looks interesting.
I just run it for the first time and must say i am really impressed with this. for this money seriously great value. even comes with some two sets of motor brushes and two nice allen keys to do the job and a handbook about the size of a dictionary!!! really impressed and motor seems to run nice and smooth.
A PLUS FOR VALUE NOT AT ALL WHAT I EXPECTED FROM B&Q as they are normally horrible value for money.

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