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Evolution Rage3-B Multipurpose Mitre Saw 210 mm - 110 V - £39.99 @ amazon
Evolution Rage3-B Multipurpose Mitre Saw 210 mm - 110 V - £39.99 @ amazon

Evolution Rage3-B Multipurpose Mitre Saw 210 mm - 110 V - £39.99 @ amazon

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Matching the screw fix price

any cheap blades that fit these?

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Shouldn't there be a merchant name in the deal title?

Marvellous kitchen gadget.

just remember 110v plugged into mains equals bang

Shambles

Shouldn't there be a merchant name in the deal title?


No you click the link for a suprise!

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pennyfarthing88

Marvellous kitchen gadget.



Not unless your kitchen is in a building site (110v)

Is this from argos or asda or B&Q ????

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steve543

Is this from argos or asda or B&Q ????



amazon & screwfix

I use one of these for slicing the ham joints from my local Aldi.

fishleg003

just remember 110v plugged into mains equals bang


thats probably why 110 volt items have a different plug on them

Screwfix have the 240v version advertised for collect only at 35 quid. None near me though...might be a wild goose chase getting one!

Edit: For those interested, I bought a similar higher spec one last week so did a bit of research beforehand. The Rage range is supposed to be better than the Fury range you find in B&Q. It seems Evolution regularly sell 'refurb' models on ebay for about a third or so less than Screwfix prices bit only with a 3 month warranty. Not a great deal if it's your trade but for a one off decking job or similar as I'm doing I felt it was a worthwhile saving. Seems condition can be hit or miss though but customer services is excellent at putting things right. Just don't order the day before you plan to start work as I did!
Edited by: "KendallC" 27th Aug 2016

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KendallC

Screwfix have the 240v version advertised for collect only at 35 quid. … Screwfix have the 240v version advertised for collect only at 35 quid. None near me though...might be a wild goose chase getting one!Edit: For those interested, I bought a similar higher spec one last week so did a bit of research beforehand. The Rage range is supposed to be better than the Fury range you find in B&Q. It seems Evolution regularly sell 'refurb' models on ebay for about a third or so less than Screwfix prices bit only with a 3 month warranty. Not a great deal if it's your trade but for a one off decking job or similar as I'm doing I felt it was a worthwhile saving. Seems condition can be hit or miss though but customer services is excellent at putting things right. Just don't order the day before you plan to start work as I did!



these arent accurate enough for trade. I have one & for basic jobs (like your decking) it is fine

YouDontWantToKnow

these arent accurate enough for trade. I have one & for basic jobs (like … these arent accurate enough for trade. I have one & for basic jobs (like your decking) it is fine



Yes I have seen some others say that, I really only mentioned it for the purposes of my point in that a lot of people like me will buy something like this, do a load of stuff with it then pop it in the shed and never use it again!

aill these cut 5 inch decking

sickly sweet

How does it compare to … How does it compare to this?http://www.homebase.co.uk/en/homebaseuk/guild-bms210g-1200w-compound-electric-mitre-saw-464545



I couldn't say but what I can tell you is, based on all the reviews of sub £150 saws I read while deciding what to buy, I narrowed it down to choosing between a number of the Evolution Rage series models or the Titan one on Screwfix. I went for the regular Evolution Rage 3 sliding model in the end for just under £100 from their ebay outlet and I'm happy with my choice so far. Before anyone starts shouting about DeWalt, Makita etc...I have no doubt they are better and in a different league altogether but they are priced accordingly!

KendallC

I couldn't say but what I can tell you is, based on all the reviews of … I couldn't say but what I can tell you is, based on all the reviews of sub £150 saws I read while deciding what to buy, I narrowed it down to choosing between a number of the Evolution Rage series models or the Titan one on Screwfix. I went for the regular Evolution Rage 3 sliding model in the end for just under £100 from their ebay outlet and I'm happy with my choice so far. Before anyone starts shouting about DeWalt, Makita etc...I have no doubt they are better and in a different league altogether but they are priced accordingly!



Did you need to buy one of these power transformer things?

From what I was told, the evolution saws which cut both wood & metal have a speed pitched somewhere between the two. Different speeds are needed for wood & metal apparently although I can't remember which is faster! The evolution cuts neither as well as a dedicated tool.
This also means that you're stuck with their own brand blades, you can fit others with an adaptor, but they won't work as well as they should.
£25.00 for a new blade? Almost the cost of the machine itself !

someone gave it 5 stars for losing 2 fingers.

Makkand

Did you need to buy one of these power transformer things?



yes about £40- 50

I got the fury version from a b&q deal a year or so back. Some people questioned the accuracy but I've used it for cutting wooden shelves and through thin aluminium and steel. Such an ace piece of kit, the only let down being the 210mm cutting, which means for wider items you are either finishing off with a handsaw or trying to match your cuts from the other side.

Is the 110v better than the 240v?

Confused as to why the 240v is cheaper on screwfix.

edit: nevermind, just read its a safety on worksite thing to stop people getting zapped by 240v.

So for any homeowner this is the better deal: screwfix.com/p/e…332
Edited by: "meglaman2000" 28th Aug 2016

I've got the fury circular saw, it cuts through absolutely anything that's why the blades are expensive but if you just use them on wood they last forever so it's a case of quality over quantity. I'm after a new mitre saw but I want one that gives a fine finish.

Makkand

Did you need to buy one of these power transformer things?



No I bought the 240v version. It seems all of the Rage series saws are available in both 110v or 230/240v. Just check the descriptions carefully to be sure you are ordering the type you want.

the_flamedeer_hunter1985


Hahaha

the_flamedeer_hunter1985


Lmao what film is that?

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Makkand

Lmao what film is that?


Texas chainsaw!!

the_flamedeer_hunter1985

Texas chainsaw!!



Lmao, want that meant to be a serious and scary film...?

Makkand

Lmao, want that meant to be a serious and scary film...?



You are obviously not as old a some of us! This film created all sorts of trouble when it came out originally...

en.wikipedia.org/wik…cre

KendallC

You are obviously not as old a some of us! This film created all sorts of … You are obviously not as old a some of us! This film created all sorts of trouble when it came out originally...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Texas_Chain_Saw_Massacre


I heard stories about it when I was a wee one. Glad to know the plot was fictitious!
... Only missed it by a few years mind!
.. The clip still looks hilarious!
Edited by: "Makkand" 29th Aug 2016

premierjack

any cheap blades that fit these?



Cheap blades fit but these are supposed to use the Evolution blades. The spec for the circular saw showed that it runs at a lower speed than most normal circular saws so I suspect it wont perform as well without the correct blade.
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