Evolution Fury Circular saw at B&Q for £40
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Evolution Fury Circular saw at B&Q for £40

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Found 16th Sep 2016Made hot 16th Sep 2016
originally priced at £67, Now at £40. Still £59 in Amazon

Product Information

This corded circular saw is ideal for perfectly cutting sheet materials, boards and trimming a wide range of materials.

3700 rpm no load speed
60mm maximum cutting depth at 90° and 40mm maximum cut at 45° mitre
185mm diameter blade
Depth adjustment facility
Features: Trigger switch, Soft grip handle and 1.5m cable

Features and Benefits

Supplied with 16 tooth blade, blade change tool and parallel edge guide
When cutting steel, it leaves an instantly workable finish, producing no heat, no burr and virtually no sparks
Ergonomic handle provides ultimate cutting comfort and Control
Easy-to-access 0-45° bevel tilt & adjustable depth of cut enhances the saw's Versatility
Guarantee - 3 years

Technical Specifications

Corded/CordlessCorded

Power output. 1200
WNo load speed. 3700rpm
Maximum cutting depth at 90°. 60mm
Maximum cutting depth at 45° mitre
Blade type. Multipurpose blade
Bevel cutting angle. 0-45°
Depth adjustment. Depth adjustment facility
Blade diameter. 185mm
Disc bore. 20mm
Handle type. soft grip handle
Switch type. Trigger switch
Cooling type. Fan cooled motor
Dust extraction. Dust extraction facility
Cable length. 1.5m
Weight. 5.4kg

12 Comments

these are a great little tool - picked myself up a stealth version last year when these were on offer at £27 @ B&Q from a post here on HUK

I bought an Evolution mitre/chop saw recently which I permanently mounted to a work bench. I want one of these too but to be honest, the mobility factor and the idea of my fingers and the saw deciding to hang out at the same place at the same time scares me a little. I'm sure they're great but I'm not confident I personally should be allowed to own one!

anyone know if this is the 110v or the 230v version?

230v

I would advise getting the rage version it's only 10 quid more from screwfix. More robust model designed for more regular longer use.

Be careful on Youtube when looking for reviews of Evolution tools, they appear to send them out to just about anyone specifically for review. Lots of the videos follow the same format where they cut wood, wood with nails, steel box section etc as if they're been told the script.

These are fantastic, use mine regularly and they do a great job. Even cutting at 45 deg, the results are excellent. This has cut thick wood where my Bosch circular saw gave up.

nipstyler

I would advise getting the rage version it's only 10 quid more from … I would advise getting the rage version it's only 10 quid more from screwfix. More robust model designed for more regular longer use.



Love my rage. It went through my kitchen worktop like a knife through very soft butter.

nipstyler

I would advise getting the rage version it's only 10 quid more from … I would advise getting the rage version it's only 10 quid more from screwfix. More robust model designed for more regular longer use.



Honestly - Had my Fury for a few years (bought because it was the cheapest at the time) and its worked through everything without an issue, including building a timber framed extension and cutting paving slabs (with diamond blade). Last week I went from cutting up an metal bed frame to chopping up a pine desk - the blade on this is simply brilliant. Still on the original Blade which has had a lot of abuse - but still cuts really well.

Just trying to justify buying myself a mitre saw now - after the experience with this the Evolution ones are my first choice.

caffeinedriven

Honestly - Had my Fury for a few years (bought because it was the … Honestly - Had my Fury for a few years (bought because it was the cheapest at the time) and its worked through everything without an issue, including building a timber framed extension and cutting paving slabs (with diamond blade). Last week I went from cutting up an metal bed frame to chopping up a pine desk - the blade on this is simply brilliant. Still on the original Blade which has had a lot of abuse - but still cuts really well.Just trying to justify buying myself a mitre saw now - after the experience with this the Evolution ones are my first choice.



They sell B stock mitre saws through their ebay outlet. Only 3 months warranty but about 2/3rds of Screwfix price. If like me you plan to use it for a big job then store it for ages until the next time then the short warranty may not be an issue but if it's for regular use then probably best buying new. Quality control (on outlet stock at least) is also awful but customer service very good at putting things right.
Edited by: "KendallC" 17th Sep 2016

Amazon price match

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Evolution-FURY32102-Fury-Multi-Purpose-Circular/dp/B004W50C8Y/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1474136130&sr=8-2&keywords=Evolution+Fury+1200W

Evolution FURY32102 230 V Fury Multi-Purpose Circular Saw, 185 mm
by Evolution
RRP:£59.98
Price:
£40.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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£19.98 (33%)
Edited by: "otonytonton" 17th Sep 2016

nipstyler

I would advise getting the rage version it's only 10 quid more from … I would advise getting the rage version it's only 10 quid more from screwfix. More robust model designed for more regular longer use.



Link please? Only one I can find in Screwfix is £70
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