MAC ALLISTER 500W 230-240V 85MM MINI CIRCULAR SAW MSMS500T - £35 @ B&Q
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MAC ALLISTER 500W 230-240V 85MM MINI CIRCULAR SAW MSMS500T - £35 @ B&Q

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Found 8th Mar
Product Information

This corded mini circular saw is ideal cutting steel, wood, aluminium and plastic.

7000 rpm no load speed25mm maximum cutting depth at 90°85mm diameter bladeDepth adjustment facilityFeatures: Trigger switch, Soft grip and 3 m cable

Features and Benefits

Cutting depth adjustmentBuilt in laser guide for precise cutting20 tooth TCT blade, 80 tooth HSS blade and diamond bladeGuarantee - 2 years
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I guess R2D2 is more versatile than we thought.
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Any chance of cutting a hand off by the wrist?
maffeycourt22 m ago

Any chance of cutting a hand off by the wrist?



Better off with a reciprocating saw I would have thought. Less likely to clog up with meat chunks. HTH
I guess R2D2 is more versatile than we thought.
Any good for taking a few mm from the bottom of doors?
privatepyle113 m ago

Any good for taking a few mm from the bottom of doors?


only if the door is less than 25mm thick or you need to do a pass from both sides.
Edited by: "Deedie" 9th Mar
Deedie20 m ago

only if the door is less than 25mm thick or you need to do a pass from …only if the door is less than 25mm thick or you need to do a pass from both sides.


I was thinking of doing both sides my doors are 32mm. Was going to buy a full size but chose this compact one instead as don't need cutting over 25m atm.
Deedie39 m ago

only if the door is less than 25mm thick or you need to do a pass from …only if the door is less than 25mm thick or you need to do a pass from both sides.


Thanks for the reply, no unfortunately my doors are thicker than that so I think I would need a saw with a deeper cu
Heat given as good price and was looking to buy this, but the reviews have put me off.
I have the Titan version of this tool and it's ok at cutting kitchen units but struggles a bit with sheets of wood. Also when I was using on floor boards I found a multitool better at cutting. The spring is quite strong so I found I had to pull the footplate up to get some accuracy and the internal fuse trips quite often but you just reset with a button on the back. I got the evolution fill circular saw the other day and would choose that over this for most jobs. But heat for price
privatepyle111 h, 16 m ago

Thanks for the reply, no unfortunately my doors are thicker than that so I …Thanks for the reply, no unfortunately my doors are thicker than that so I think I would need a saw with a deeper cu


Or ideally An electric plainer
privatepyle111 h, 17 m ago

Thanks for the reply, no unfortunately my doors are thicker than that so I …Thanks for the reply, no unfortunately my doors are thicker than that so I think I would need a saw with a deeper cu


Or use a router
Great for mothers day
privatepyle1112 h, 2 m ago

Any good for taking a few mm from the bottom of doors?


Worx do a version with 110mm blade that cuts 46mm depth. Its the Worx WX429. Check eBay or amazon.
matty_hunt2 h, 46 m ago

Worx do a version with 110mm blade that cuts 46mm depth. Its the Worx …Worx do a version with 110mm blade that cuts 46mm depth. Its the Worx WX429. Check eBay or amazon.


That costs £85!
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