Evolution R210CMS 210MM Electric Single-Bevel Compound Mitre Saw 240V - £53.99 @ Screwfix (Free Click and Collect)
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Evolution R210CMS 210MM Electric Single-Bevel Compound Mitre Saw 240V - £53.99 @ Screwfix (Free Click and Collect)

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Posted 10th Feb
Multipurpose mitre saw with powerful, high torque motor. Lightweight, compact design with ergonomic handle for easy transport. Utilises professional technology to easily cut steel, aluminium, wood, nail-embedded wood and plastic, using just a single blade.

1200W
Max. Cross Cut: 125 x 55mm
20-Tooth Blade
Aluminium Base
Dust Bag & Extraction Facility
Workpiece Clamp
Spindle Lock
No Brake
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I have an older version of this and its great for general DIY and cutting rough fire wood with nails in!
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I think there is a mitre saw on at lidls this weekend for £48.99, probably have 3 years warrant with it, I dont know if it's any better than this saw, but with 3 yes warranty cmit can't be that bad.
lidl.co.uk/en/…558.
Edited by: "SoSad666" 10th Feb
If only that Lidl one had the sliding bit too. Great deal nonetheless
Topcashback and quidco too. Good product with 3 year warranty
Get a slider - you'll wish you did at some point if you but this.
£50 Lidl one is coming next week if anyone has any comparisons or experience of it?
col1110/02/2020 20:28

I have an older version of this and its great for general DIY and cutting …I have an older version of this and its great for general DIY and cutting rough fire wood with nails in! Heat added


Exactly the same here. It's brilliant and cuts leaving a nice clean cut.

A sliding one is great, bit of a waste to get a non sliding one.
Edited by: "ssuellid" 11th Feb
Besford11/02/2020 10:14

Get a slider - you'll wish you did at some point if you but this.


Recommend us one then that is cheap
ssuellid11/02/2020 17:36

Exactly the same here. It's brilliant and cuts leaving a nice clean cut.A …Exactly the same here. It's brilliant and cuts leaving a nice clean cut.A sliding one is great, but if a waste to get a non sliding one.


Recommend us a cheap sliding one then
Sonny_A11/02/2020 17:51

Recommend us a cheap sliding one then


Newer version of mine for £75 , sorry this should be 90, I accidentally clicked the no vat button.

Not as cheap but the sliding functionality makes it far more useful.
Edited by: "ssuellid" 11th Feb
ssuellid11/02/2020 17:58

Newer version of mine for £75Not as cheap but the sliding functionality …Newer version of mine for £75Not as cheap but the sliding functionality makes it far more useful.


This is £89.99 via your link. How do you get it for £75?
Stepley11/02/2020 18:20

This is £89.99 via your link. How do you get it for £75?


Sorry, I clicked ex vat by mistake. I'll change it
ssuellid11/02/2020 17:36

Exactly the same here. It's brilliant and cuts leaving a nice clean cut.A …Exactly the same here. It's brilliant and cuts leaving a nice clean cut.A sliding one is great, bit of a waste to get a non sliding one.


I have both but this one is so compact and easy to set up for quick jobs leaving the sliding one for bigger stuff!
Dont buy, I try to cut one piece of wood with nails and blade lost almost half of teeths. Replace it with different brand blade use it to cut some solid wood floor. After around 35 sq meters saw breakdown (blade like new). Motor housing made of plastic and fail service told me is gearbox need replacing (liars) and avoid my warranty becouse i use blade made by different company. Cheap rubish for me!
100% get the slider I paid £89 a few days ago and it compliments my circular saw which is great for cutting doors down
As a chippie I would highly recommend the evolution rage stuff.

ssuellid11/02/2020 17:58

Newer version of mine for £75 , sorry this should be 90, I accidentally …Newer version of mine for £75 , sorry this should be 90, I accidentally clicked the no vat button. Not as cheap but the sliding functionality makes it far more useful.

nickgen11/02/2020 22:43

100% get the slider I paid £89 a few days ago and it compliments my …100% get the slider I paid £89 a few days ago and it compliments my circular saw which is great for cutting doors downAs a chippie I would highly recommend the evolution rage stuff.


I'm in two minds. Do I get a sliding Mitre Saw or a circular cordless Saw?

My uses are going to be here and there ... Plan on fitting blinds through the house, building a rabbit hutch, maybe a shed and also might sort out the loft so it's clean and tidy.

I can only justify one but struggling to figure out which I should buy.
Sonny_A11/02/2020 17:50

Recommend us one then that is cheap


Frequently to be found on HUKD.
Besford14/02/2020 00:54

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/evolution-r185sms-185mm-electric-single-bevel-sliding-mitre-saw-230v-8999-was-9999-3406274


That looks about 70% more however it’s not to say a sliding mitre saw can’t be had for around the price of the op’s deal, as B&q have sold them for between £50-£60 a few times over the past 12 months. I got mine last spring or summer from B&q for £40
GeordieAffy201411/02/2020 23:04

I'm in two minds. Do I get a sliding Mitre Saw or a circular cordless …I'm in two minds. Do I get a sliding Mitre Saw or a circular cordless Saw?My uses are going to be here and there ... Plan on fitting blinds through the house, building a rabbit hutch, maybe a shed and also might sort out the loft so it's clean and tidy.I can only justify one but struggling to figure out which I should buy.



Personally I would advise both but if you don't have the budget, get a cheaper non sliding mitre saw and rip saw. You then have both bases covered.

I own a non slider & rip saw and am now on the lookout for a slider despite being a few property flips in.
I’m an occasional DIYer, and I own the sliding version of this, bought for roughly double the price. It’s a decent saw, not accurate to within a degree or so (fence and saw both move slightly) but it still gave me a great set of skirting (better than many professional jobs, on kinked walls).

Personally, in retrospect I’d take this (non-sliding), and put the money saved towards a table saw for other jobs. That way you get the convenience of a portable mitre with the long cut of a table saw. Though, I suspect there’s always a reason to buy more/different tools...
bobthegorilla15/02/2020 00:40

I’m an occasional DIYer, and I own the sliding version of this, bought for …I’m an occasional DIYer, and I own the sliding version of this, bought for roughly double the price. It’s a decent saw, not accurate to within a degree or so (fence and saw both move slightly) but it still gave me a great set of skirting (better than many professional jobs, on kinked walls).Personally, in retrospect I’d take this (non-sliding), and put the money saved towards a table saw for other jobs. That way you get the convenience of a portable mitre with the long cut of a table saw. Though, I suspect there’s always a reason to buy more/different tools...


Awesome advice ... Thanks.

Yeah I'm starting to build a tool collection. Becoming a habit lol.
Great saw.
Is this ok for cutting unistrut?
duckbaby15/02/2020 08:38

Is this ok for cutting unistrut?


Yeah perfect for that.

Have a look at the following video and you'll see how versatile this Mitre saw is.

Got one of these 2 months back when they had 20% off. Came to £85, is bigger, sliding and has laser as well. Great for DIY work - cant comment on its ability to withstand every day use.

amazon.co.uk/Ext…WBC
This is great price for Evolution saw, if you plan to keep it for long term spend a bit more and get the sliding one. You’d never have to buy another saw again. Bought one like this without sliding function and makes life a little difficult when cutting things like wood flooring. But good find for this price op, heat added.
I've got one of these.Good all-round mitre saw.The blade angle may need adjustment from time to time to keep it cutting accurately
Looks like Amazon has it for the same price.
amazon.co.uk/dp/…O0/
Might be easier for those with Prime.
Edited by moderator: "Fixed link" 15th Feb
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