Parkside 10" Sliding Cross-Cut Mitre Saw - £99 @ LIDL
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Parkside 10" Sliding Cross-Cut Mitre Saw - £99 @ LIDL

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Refreshed 19th Jul (Posted 14th Jul)Local
10" (254mm) 2000w mitre saw. Specs below, the closest thing I found is Clarke CMS10S2 saw with differences in power & speed. (Starts 26th Thursday)

  • Powerful tool with laser cutting guide for high-precision work on wood and plastic
  • Ø254mm saw blade with tiltable saw head
  • Mitre adjustable from -45° to +45°
  • Double-bearing slide rail for precise cutting
  • 2 clamping devices and lateral support brackets for securing your workpiece
  • Can be connected to an external dust extractor
  • Includes dust collection bag, blade exchange tool and 2 replacement carbon brushes
  • No-load rotation speed: 5,000rpm
  • Tilt adjustment: 0–45°
  • Max. cutting length: 340mm (240mm at 45°)
  • Max. cutting height: 78mm (42mm at 45°)
  • 2000W

The also have Mitre saw stand for £39.99 (Starts 26th Thursday)
lidl.co.uk/en/…898
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Lidl description is misleading. Their own photographs show it does not have a double bevel (a phrase usually employd to describe a 45 degree tilt in the clockwise and anticlockwise plane from 0. This only tilts anticlockwise from 0

This one is a very similar match.....Many Lidl products are clones / based on Scheppach designs.

amazon.co.uk/Sch…254

Not sure than square-ended lump of aluminium/steel next to the fence comes with it tho.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 14th Jul
Just checked product page again, according to 6th picture -45/+45 is just left to right.

friar_chris14 m ago

Lidl description is misleading. Their own photographs show it does not …Lidl description is misleading. Their own photographs show it does not have a double bevel (a phrase usually employd to describe a 45 degree tilt in the clockwise and anticlockwise plane from 0.

  • Mitre adjustable from -45° to +45°
  • Tilt adjustment: 0–45°
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I thought that for a second then A bright light came on.
+

Parkside Universal Tool Stand £39.99 Nice compion.
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Edited by: "DrAcula1" 14th Jul
DrAcula115 m ago

Mitre adjustable from -45° to +45°Tilt adjustment: 0–45°[Image] I thought t …Mitre adjustable from -45° to +45°Tilt adjustment: 0–45°[Image] I thought that for a second then A bright light came on.+Parkside Universal Tool Stand £34.99 Nice compion.[Image]


Showing as £39.99. not £34.99.
@friar_chris the alloy box tube is their so that you blunt your wood blade quick and buy another..
Was going to get this, but found a similar one in B&Q for £75 - hotukdeals.com/dea…985

I took the B&Q saw stand at £50, however you could use the Lidl one making it £114.99 (£75 for saw & £39.99 for stand)
In my opinion this seems overpriced. I've returned several items similar to this over the years due to poor quality. I returned a table saw last year and a reciprocating saw the year before.

I'm not saying this would be the same but I find some of their stuff roughly made.

You can buy saws like this for around the £60-£70 mark.
Edited by: "seanmccabeuk" 15th Jul
Cold _ check out the screwfix one which is a little cheaper.
seanmccabeuk15th Jul

In my opinion this seems overpriced. I've returned several items similar …In my opinion this seems overpriced. I've returned several items similar to this over the years due to poor quality. I returned a table saw last year and a reciprocating saw the year before. I'm not saying this would be the same but I find some of their stuff roughly made.You can buy saws like this for around the £60-£70 mark.



I have an older one of these Parkside saws looks identical, its pretty good... still going, but I paid around £79 I think, that was 5yrs ago. Looking back I think they have upped the wattage - but not sure its worth the extra £20
Please note the difference - 254mm blade, and 2000w. I don't know how much value it add but 10" saws are usually 40% more expensive compare to 210mm saws.


Mikiex5 m ago

still going, but I paid around £79 I think, that was 5yrs ago.

I personally wouldn't part with £100 for an unknown brand, just to cut wood or plastic. I would spend £50 more, and get a tried and tested product that can cut anything. I do quite a bit of fabricating, doing up cars, so needed something that can cut metal ... all day long.

I opted for the Evolution Rage3+ ... it's going on Amazon for £155 with a 3 year guarantee. Absolutely amazing piece of kit.


amazon.co.uk/dp/…CI8

Just my opinion, and ultimately, it depends on your use case.
34431803-2jM54.jpgBlade DescriptionTCT Blade IncludedBlade Diameter210 mmBrandTitanBrushlessBrushedCarry Case/Bag IncludedNoCorded or CordlessCordedCorded Tool Weight10.6 kgCutting Depth Capacity62 mmDisc Bore Size30 mmManufacturer Guarantee2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)Mitre Saw Bevel SlideSlidingModel NoTTB598MSWNo. of BevelsSingle-BevelNo Load Speed5000 rpmNumber of Teeth48Pack Size1Pieces in Pack/Case1Power Output (Watts/Kw)1500 WPower Voltage Supply240 VProduct TypeMitre Saw
Blade dia. 210 x 30mm bore. Max. mitre 45° left & right. Max. bevel 45° left. Mitre stops 0, 15, 22.5, 31.6 & 45°. No. load speed: 5000rpm. Weight: 10.pk. Max. bevel 45º. Includes Plug

Im not sure if you read reviews online about the brand name it cheap imported crap. 2 year warranty with this saw and 3 years warranty with the lidi
34431839-6toE9.jpgEVOLUTION R210SMS 210MM SINGLE-BEVEL SLIDING COMPOUND MITRE SAW 230w

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Compound mitre saw complete with Evolution Rage multipurpose cutting technology. TCT blade can easily cut through wood, aluminium and mild steel, even if nails are still embedded in the material. The multipurpose blade cuts cleanly and leaves no burrs on steel. Designed to deliver the highest precision cutting with a maximum cross cut of 230 x 65mm. The high torque motor can power through rigorous applications. Supplied with a durable die-cast aluminium base to support heavy duty materials and a laser cutting guide to enhance accuracy. Features adjustable mitre and bevel detents with bypass to allow for quick adjustments. Positive bevel crown moulding stops at the most common angles. Use with Evolution Diamond Blades to easily cut through stone, brick, ceramics and masonry. A dual-handle with a comfortable grip enables both right and left-handed usage. Storage features include an on-board cable tidy and a built-in blade change hex key tool storage.

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Blade Description TCT Multipurpose Blade
Blade Diameter 210 mm
Brand Evolution
Brushless Brushed
Carry Case/Bag Included No
Carrying Facility Without Carrying Facility
Corded or Cordless Corded
Corded Tool Weight 11.2 kg
Cutting Depth Capacity 65 mm
Disc Bore Size 25.4 mm
Manufacturer Guarantee 3 Year Manufacturer’s Guarantee (Registration Required, T&Cs Apply)
Mitre Saw Bevel Slide Sliding
Model No R210SMS
No. of Bevels Single-Bevel
No Load Speed 3750 rpm
Number of Teeth 20
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Power Output (Watts/Kw) 1500 W
Power Voltage Supply 230 V
Product Type Compound Mitre Saw

Alot slower rpm?
I think slower rpm is Ideal for metal.

aliboy8630 m ago

A lot slower rpm?

suniil5 h, 34 m ago

Please note the difference - 254mm blade, and 2000w. I don't know how much …Please note the difference - 254mm blade, and 2000w. I don't know how much value it add but 10" saws are usually 40% more expensive compare to 210mm saws.



Well that does make a difference, I have run out of cut depth on my 210mm..... so 254 would be an improvement - so it may well be worth £99
From what i found online lidi parkside tools are made by einhell
Basic work is fine, but suffers the same flaw as all cheap chop saws. Too much slop when cutting wide bevel cuts. Same goes for the Evolution saws. £180 get's you into entry level Dewalt/Hitachi which do not have this problem (I know having returned 2 Evo saws until I realised it was the cheap product, not just bad luck! Hitachi solved it )
This is the Scheppach HM100LXU rebadged as a parkside currently £204.99 in Screwfix.

screwfix.com/p/s…P2A

It has good reviews and the cheapest I can find it is £163 at toolstop so this is a bargain. I'd take this over the evolution series any day.
Edited by: "NightHawk82" 20th Jul
Picked this saw yesterday, only 4 pieces in store. Manual confirms the manufacturer is Scheppach.

NightHawk8220th Jul

This is the Scheppach HM100LXU

Just to let you all know, I purchased this Lidl saw on 26th July and the instruction book clearly states that this is a Sheppach make saw as is the table - Toolstation sell what appears to be the identical design, listed as a Sheppach, HM100LXU 2000W 254mm Sliding Mitre Saw 240V, catalogue number 68856, it costs £194.98 - I am really pleased with the saw, it works very well and seems quite accurate and smooth operation
Would something like this be able to chop up narrow tree branches that are between 20-40mm in diameter? I'm drying them out for kindling for log burner and a hand saw would take me weeks!
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