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Parkside 1200W Plunge Saw with Guide Rail - £64.99 @ LIDL
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Parkside 1200W Plunge Saw with Guide Rail - £64.99 @ LIDL

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Posted 12th Jun

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Have had one of these for a while now and it's served me well so far. Very decent for the price:


  • For precise cuts in wood, plastic or light building materials such as plasterboard
  • Features aluminium guide rail which can be mounted in 2 lengths: 70cm or 140cm
  • Allows close-wall working up to 15mm – ideal for shadow and expansion joints
  • Tilting Ø165mm saw blade for precise mitre cuts
  • Cutting depth adjustable between 0–56mm
  • Easy saw blade exchange with Spindle Lock
  • Connection for external dust extraction
  • Suitable for standard Ø165mm saw blades
  • Includes a Ø165mm multi-purpose saw blade with 24 teeth (pre-mounted), 2-piece guide rail with connector, 2 assembly spanners and a dust port adaptor
  • Cutting angle: 90-45º
  • Rated no-load rotation speed: 5,200rpm
  • Max. cutting depth at 90º: 56mm
  • Max. cutting depth at 45º: 42mm
  • 3-year warranty
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There is a YouTube channel called "Ten Minute Workshop". The hosts name is Peter Millard. He has recently done a couple of videos on this saw. Here's a link

Heat from me OP
Edited by: "pat-w" 12th Jun
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There is a YouTube channel called "Ten Minute Workshop". The hosts name is Peter Millard. He has recently done a couple of videos on this saw. Here's a link

Heat from me OP
Edited by: "pat-w" 12th Jun
Is the track different on this to everything else?
I’ve bought two Parkside tools. The soldering iron didn’t work at all out of the box (had to fix it myself).
The multitool I bought a few weeks back had the charger poorly put together, and the case was biting into the 230V cable, very close to creating a short circuit. 0/2. I’m done with Parkside.
Despondent12/06/2019 21:20

I’ve bought two Parkside tools. The soldering iron didn’t work at all out o …I’ve bought two Parkside tools. The soldering iron didn’t work at all out of the box (had to fix it myself).The multitool I bought a few weeks back had the charger poorly put together, and the case was biting into the 230V cable, very close to creating a short circuit. 0/2. I’m done with Parkside.



I’d say reliability and quality on Parkside is similar to other cheap brands. I’m not sure if this saw is identical to the last one they did, if so, its OK for light DIY work. I love it for the price and use I need it for.
wayners12/06/2019 20:52

Is the track different on this to everything else?


Yes and no... Peter covers exactly what s what in his recent video...it has an extra lip that stops festool working on 'it' , but it works on festool track I think....
Makita has a different lip which makes it completely incompatible... But it's all in Peters 10 min vijeo
Had mine for a while and it's pretty decent for the price.

As been said, watch the videos. There are a few on YouTube.

I didn't particularly like the blade it came with and find the Dewalt blade from Amazon (£10) much nicer to work with.
I'm quite sure the Evolution blades fit this too, if you're cutting anything with nails like floorboards etc.
Edited by: "slimjimjim80" 13th Jun
For light DIY - at this price - it's worth taking the plunge!

For any concerns about reliability, the 3 year warranty on Aldi and Lidl tools is always there, which you don't often get with cheaper tools from other places.

As with most mass produced stuff like this made in China sold at lower prices, there is always a slightly higher chance you get a duff one, just take it back and change it for another.

* Remember * in the free Metro newspaper tomorrow there is supposed to be a £5 off £20 spend at Lidl. I'm planning to get the cordless Angle Grinder and Sabre Saw which are out on Sunday for £25 each using a couple of vouchers (already have the batteries). I realise some will disagree with having cordless versions of these tools, but for my light usage and to add flexibility to my kit, I think they look like a bargain!
Edited by: "Mrsweet" 13th Jun
wayners12/06/2019 20:52

Is the track different on this to everything else?


I've got a festool track I got cheap from Amazon warehouse and this run on it.
I only use occasionally but it's a useful tool when you do need it (e.g. cutting sheet material).

Just purchased the blade that Peter recommends in his video... will see what it's like compared to original.
New video about this...
Hi when did this come on sale? 14th june?
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