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Parkside Cross-Cut Mitre Saw - £49.99 @ Lidl from 3/2/18
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Parkside Cross-Cut Mitre Saw - £49.99 @ Lidl from 3/2/18

£49.99LIDL Deals
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Posted 24th Jan
  • For precisely cutting wood and plastic
  • With tiltable saw head and laser for increased accuracy
  • Continuous mitre or with fixed angles
  • Clamp and side supports for securing your workpiece
  • Features an easy-to-attach dust collection bag and can also be connected to an external dust extractor
  • Suitable for permanent mounting on a workbench
  • Includes dust collection bag, sawblade change tool, tool for setting the workpiece stop, 2 spare carbon brushes and batteries
  • No-load rotation speed: 5,000rpm
  • Tilt adjustment: 0º to 45º
  • Mitre adjustment: -45º to +45º
  • Power consumption: 1,500W
  • 3-year warranty
  • from 3/2/2019
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ncd24/01/2019 15:39

Don't think the Mrs would be to impressed if I had it mounted to the …Don't think the Mrs would be to impressed if I had it mounted to the breakfast bar


Crikey, how bad is your wife's cooking?
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Thanks OP. I've been pondering one of these as I have got a few projects in mind later in the year. For those who are far more knowledgeable about these sort of things, do they have to be mounted to bench etc, or could I just use it on the ground when needed. Don't think the Mrs would be to impressed if I had it mounted to the breakfast bar
ncd24/01/2019 15:39

Don't think the Mrs would be to impressed if I had it mounted to the …Don't think the Mrs would be to impressed if I had it mounted to the breakfast bar


Crikey, how bad is your wife's cooking?
I have this one's big brother. Superb bit of kit. hoping they do a deal on the parkside nail gun at some point!
Don't have to be mounted to use these. Having it mounted to a bench just makes it bit easier to work with if your doing a lot of cuts out and about.
toonarama4 m ago

Crikey, how bad is your wife's cooking?


Bad, even the dog is not impressed
whitebook1 m ago

Don't have to be mounted to use these. Having it mounted to a bench just …Don't have to be mounted to use these. Having it mounted to a bench just makes it bit easier to work with if your doing a lot of cuts out and about.


Great thanks for help
whats the size of the saw?
ncd24/01/2019 15:39

Thanks OP. I've been pondering one of these as I have got a few projects …Thanks OP. I've been pondering one of these as I have got a few projects in mind later in the year. For those who are far more knowledgeable about these sort of things, do they have to be mounted to bench etc, or could I just use it on the ground when needed. Don't think the Mrs would be to impressed if I had it mounted to the breakfast bar


I have one of the dedicated stands for mine, cost about 50 quid but are very sturdy and fold down when not needed
dexix1 m ago

I have one of the dedicated stands for mine, cost about 50 quid but are …I have one of the dedicated stands for mine, cost about 50 quid but are very sturdy and fold down when not needed


Thanks, that's handy to know as I'm already a bit limited with space in my shed, so the fold away stand could be useful.
ncd24/01/2019 15:39

Thanks OP. I've been pondering one of these as I have got a few projects …Thanks OP. I've been pondering one of these as I have got a few projects in mind later in the year. For those who are far more knowledgeable about these sort of things, do they have to be mounted to bench etc, or could I just use it on the ground when needed. Don't think the Mrs would be to impressed if I had it mounted to the breakfast bar


I agree, these don't need to be mounted. I keep mine on a shelf in the garage and get it down as and when. Very handy for nice precise cuts, highly recommend one. Just make sure that the width of the material you have in mind for your projects is narrow enough to be cut in one go with one of these. Otherwise you may wish to get the sliding version when it comes up. That's what I'm on the look out for in due course
Master_Ham1 m ago

I agree, these don't need to be mounted. I keep mine on a shelf in the … I agree, these don't need to be mounted. I keep mine on a shelf in the garage and get it down as and when. Very handy for nice precise cuts, highly recommend one. Just make sure that the width of the material you have in mind for your projects is narrow enough to be cut in one go with one of these. Otherwise you may wish to get the sliding version when it comes up. That's what I'm on the look out for in due course


Excellent, many thanks.
Bear in mind you might be better investing in a sliding mitre saw instead
Master_Ham24/01/2019 17:00

I agree, these don't need to be mounted. I keep mine on a shelf in the …I agree, these don't need to be mounted. I keep mine on a shelf in the garage and get it down as and when. Very handy for nice precise cuts, highly recommend one. Just make sure that the width of the material you have in mind for your projects is narrow enough to be cut in one go with one of these. Otherwise you may wish to get the sliding version when it comes up. That's what I'm on the look out for in due course


Do you happen to know the maximum width that this can cut?
Yeah no need to mount. I regularly use mine with it sat on a gravel drive.
These are fantastic even for chopping rough wood up for wood burner etc, but I echo what others have said to wait for the sliding mitre saw as you can do bigger cuts
theblackbuck20 h, 20 m ago

Do you happen to know the maximum width that this can cut?


I'm not sure with this one specifically, but from memory I think mine has a 210mm blade. It can cut through a 75mm fence post in one go but can't manage a 100mm one, without removal of the safety guard and tipping the post up at the end of the cut (neither of which I advise or recommend, obviously) .
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