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Guild Table Saw - 800W £49.99 at Argos Ebay
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Guild Table Saw - 800W £49.99 at Argos Ebay

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Seems a great deal for a table saw. Elsewhere similar ones are well over £100.
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This Guild Table Saw can produce accurate straight or bevel cuts of up to 45 degrees and is ideal for making cross cuts and mitre cuts in wood and plastics. You can adjust the angle to suit what and where you're cutting. The pre-assembled 200mm TCT blade has 24 teeth and a cut depth capacity of up to 45mm. It produces a power output of 800W and has a no load speed of 2950 revolution per minute. The Guild table saw is supplied fully assembled with blade and parallel guide.

The saw has a weighted sound pressure LpA : 96.6dB(A) and weighted sound power LwA : 109.6dB(A). It is recommended to use ear protection when using it.

Guild power tools are built to last and come with a 2 year guarantee. So whether you are using a drill to put up a shelf or using a mitre saw to cut decking, you know with Guild power tools the products are built to last. Guild - for a job well done.

  • Bench table saw.
  • 800 watts.
  • Single speed.
  • Blade diameter 200mm.
  • Sawing capacity: wood 45 mm, .
  • Cable length of 2m.
  • Bevel capacity max: 0-45° bevel cut.
  • Dust adapter cap.
  • Safety lock switch.
  • Parallel guide.
  • Suitable for the left handed.
  • Size H28, W33.5, D50.5cm.
  • Accessories included: 1 TCT blade pre-assembled, 1 push stick, 1 parallel guide, 1 45 degree cutting guide.
  • Unpackaged weight 10kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 5053721919293.

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Is that just a guide price
It's cheap, but the video it steers you towards cutting laminate flooring or mdf sheets.
Doesn't have extention or stand so its targeted for smaller pieces of work.
For £50 I'm not convinced that this does a better job than day a portable plunge saw or similar...
Happy to be corrected as im more of a diy person than woodworking.
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Is that just a guide price
It's cheap, but the video it steers you towards cutting laminate flooring or mdf sheets.
Doesn't have extention or stand so its targeted for smaller pieces of work.
For £50 I'm not convinced that this does a better job than day a portable plunge saw or similar...
Happy to be corrected as im more of a diy person than woodworking.
Inquisitor12 m ago

It's cheap, but the video it steers you towards cutting laminate flooring …It's cheap, but the video it steers you towards cutting laminate flooring or mdf sheets. Doesn't have extention or stand so its targeted for smaller pieces of work. For £50 I'm not convinced that this does a better job than day a portable plunge saw or similar...Happy to be corrected as im more of a diy person than woodworking.


Looks like its got holes in the frame to allow it to be mounted on a work bench or similar though, which might allow larger pieces to be cut
None within 80 miles of me
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Bought a different brand of this, same thing, just rebranded.

Avoid, as it was so bendy I couldn't get repeatable straight cuts.
Looks ok for light work but not available near me.
OP , glad you saw this
The thicker wood,requires slower speeds to avoid straining motor (thermal cut out or even slower throughput), but then the blade will burn the wood.
So basically, forget cutting 22mm anything with this
Only a real man owns these. I’ve got 4
Cheap, but useless for almost anything
These hobby table saws are all terrible for doing anything more than making rough cuts. They lack all power, precision or dust extraction. Which when you cut anything like mdf, you need really good dust extraction or a decent mask. Waste of time, money and space. Invest in a good quality plunge saw
As above comment. Tools may be, "It's just for a wee job - I don't need anything more expensive".
In 5 - 10 years you still have those same tools and maybe better skills,tougher jobs and higher expectations.
More power and higher capacity for saws, drills pays dividends down the line and a heck of a lot easier to use.
Bells and whistles are for professionals or else you'll be like a dead amateur hill walker -"All the gear but no idea".
For the Saudi doctor in your life
Inquisitor25th Jan

It's cheap, but the video it steers you towards cutting laminate flooring …It's cheap, but the video it steers you towards cutting laminate flooring or mdf sheets. Doesn't have extention or stand so its targeted for smaller pieces of work. For £50 I'm not convinced that this does a better job than day a portable plunge saw or similar...Happy to be corrected as im more of a diy person than woodworking.


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"Elsewhere similar ones are well over £100."


No, £100 would get you a much better quality table saw than this, such as the Titan one from Screwfix or the similar ones that Aldi and Lidl sell. Those are bigger, more powerful and come with a stand. We're talking 1500-2000w whereas this one is only 800w, plus the size makes all the difference in terms of stability and giving you room to work.


My first table saw was a cheap one like this and it was poor - it cut well enough with a decent blade, but it wasn't accurate at all, the fence was utter rubbish and even the metal top didn't seem even. From what I can see, this Argos one looks even cheaper and flimsier than that one, so I would say it's not even good value for £50.

It might be okay for a few quick jobs, but if you have jobs that really require a table saw this isn't going to cut it (hah!), it's just going to frustrate you and you'll end up buying a more expensive one anyway. For this price I'd say get a decent circular saw and buy or make a simple table mount for it for simple table saw jobs.
Edited by: "reddragon105" 26th Jan
Looks almost identical to a cheap tile cutter I bought from B&Q for £35, but maybe less powered?
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The titan one from screfix is the cheapest good one imho
lollypoplee25th Jan

Is that just a guide price


I saw what you did there
Never used this but I'm pretty confident it'll be a flimsy waste of money.
greendayadam26th Jan

These hobby table saws are all terrible for doing anything more than …These hobby table saws are all terrible for doing anything more than making rough cuts. They lack all power, precision or dust extraction. Which when you cut anything like mdf, you need really good dust extraction or a decent mask. Waste of time, money and space. Invest in a good quality plunge saw


Not entirely true, I bet they'd do a pretty reasonable job of removing your fingers, or at least mincing them.
I bought this a few years ago. It is ok for making rough cuts. It will cut thin laminate and thin pieces of wood or mdf.
It has a nasty little kick as you get to the end of the piece you are cutting. The guides secure very poorly so you can end up with a slightly wavy cut.
If you want it for cutting up scrap or not bothered about a perfect line get it. It is not good for fine lines or cutring thicker wood. Firget about mitre cuts.
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