Evolution 1100W 210mm Compound Mitre Saw FURY3B - £38 - B&Q
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Evolution 1100W 210mm Compound Mitre Saw FURY3B - £38 - B&Q

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Found 17th Apr 2015
This will not be the best Compound mitre saw ever but at this price its not bad to keep in the shed for the odd job... Does not seem to have too bad reviews.

Features and benefits:
Supplied with blade change key, Top clamp and 20 tooth TCT blade.
Cuts steel, aluminium, wood (even wood with nails) and plastic using just one blade.
0-45° bevel function allows for cuts to be made on a tilt, for even more cutting versatility.
Features a robust base, which enhances durability on even the most demanding applications, such as mild steel; when cutting steel, it leaves an instantly workable finish, producing no heat, no burr and virtually no sparks.
Guarantee - 1 year

Technical specifications:
Power output 1100W
No load speed 4000rpm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 50mm
Maximum cutting depth at 45° mitre 30mm
Maximum cutting length at 90° 120mm
Maximum bevel left 45°
Maximum mitre right 45°
Blade type Multi purpose TCT blade
Blade diameter 210mm
Disc bore 25.4mm
Blade guard Blade guard
Locking device Spindle lock
Switch type Trigger switch
Cable length 1.5m
Weight 6.4kg
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36 Comments

better spec than my screwfix one. heat

Awesome price! Hot

Ordered heat added great deal

Bargain, bet the disc isn't much cheaper.

Great price, done lots of diy with one of these, value for money. lots of heat added.

Maximum cutting depth at 45° mitre 30mm


Looks like someone forgot to slide back the safety guard

Went for it, had my eye on the screw fix sliding mitre for £99 but don't think I'd use it enough to warrant the extra money.

Thanks OP, I'm renovating the bathroom this week, wish me luck!

Good price for a useful tool.
I have a bigger version of this and use it all the time.

I need this because reasons

Great price over £68 on Amazon thanks OP

I HATE YOU OP, heat added

Seems like a great bit of kit, I have a circular saw made by the same people and that's given sterling service over the last 3 years

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Gravitastrophe

Went for it, had my eye on the screw fix sliding mitre for £99 but don't … Went for it, had my eye on the screw fix sliding mitre for £99 but don't think I'd use it enough to warrant the extra money. Thanks OP, I'm renovating the bathroom this week, wish me luck!



You have my sympathy. Good luck.

The reviews say it's not very accurate on the angles - can anyone confirm this?

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Jedfordski

The reviews say it's not very accurate on the angles - can anyone confirm … The reviews say it's not very accurate on the angles - can anyone confirm this?



At £38 I would not expect great accuracy. If you are doing detailed work I would recommend spending more but for general diy at this price I think it is ideal.

i was also thinking of getting the screw fix sliding mitre for £99, but im not sure now on what to do because the sliding part sounds better for larger wood etc....

I would go for a sliding one over this but depends what you need it for

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shikztheurbanlegend

i was also thinking of getting the screw fix sliding mitre for £99, but … i was also thinking of getting the screw fix sliding mitre for £99, but im not sure now on what to do because the sliding part sounds better for larger wood etc....



I think it depends on the size of cuts you need to do. If you want to cut big chunks of wood you probably need to spend more,

If you are doing larger cuts or require accurate mitre cuts, you would be better paying £100+ and getting a more sturdy and accurate saw. If you are just laying laminate in one room and want to save time and effort, this would be fine.

I think for the price you cannot go far wrong with this for small DIY jobs. Not for the professional or larger jobs where a sliding mitre saw would be better. Just reserved one.

never had one but would mostly use it for shelving and garden projects so think maybe one of the sliding ones from screwfix would suit me but there are so many so i keep looking at the £99 one, but this B&Q is a great price also.

Will this be able to cut standard decking boards?

hot,only the blade is 24

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Stag01

Will this be able to cut standard decking boards?



It should just. Max cutting length 120mm. Decking boards are usually 120mm approx. deck boards will have a tolerance +/- a mm or so.

Whether the max cut length is full cut at 25 mm is not clear though. Would be fairly useless if it can't cut them though. Deck boards aren't massive

Check the prices for replacement blades & consumables on these. A lot of B&Q kit is a bit like Lexmark printers (were?) in that it's cheaper to buy a new one than get parts. Also, the stock moves so fast you often find that if you go back for a new blade (or whatever) they don't have any and can't source any.

Great deal, but maybe worth checking if you can get any future supplies at the same time.

Showing at £70

Looks like this should be expired. £70

Expired. Showing at £70 for me too.

is there a code to put in at checkout, coming up at £70 on b&q website.

Tried last night but told they did not have any, tried again this morning and it is back up to £70! Expired??

D E A L I S N E X T S A T U R D A Y O N E D A Y O N L Y O F F E R

adyp200

D E A L I S N E X T S A T U R D A Y O N E D A Y O N L Y … D E A L I S N E X T S A T U R D A Y O N E D A Y O N L Y O F F E R

DEAL. IS. NEXT. SATURDAY. ONE. DAY. ONLY. OFFER. (was advertised in my local paper)

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adyp200

DEAL. IS. NEXT. SATURDAY. ONE. DAY. ONLY. OFFER. (was advertised … DEAL. IS. NEXT. SATURDAY. ONE. DAY. ONLY. OFFER. (was advertised in my local paper)



adyp200 Thank. you. It. was. definitely. up. on. the. site. at. £38. when. posted. (not sure what purpose the full stops add...?)

they had 4 in stock at Trafford park priced at £38 but they all looked like returns/tatty box/ retaped.

I checked this deal and they were definitely £38 down from £70
They are back up to normal price so this deal is expired!

Absolutely fantastic price
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