Parkside cross cut mitre saw (sliding) for just £79.99 at Lidl from Monday 12 May.
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Parkside cross cut mitre saw (sliding) for just £79.99 at Lidl from Monday 12 May.

£79.99LIDL Deals
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Found 8th May 2014
Not mentioned in Lidl's details but this appears to be a sliding type saw (for longer cuts), which makes it very good value. Laser cutting guide too.

Lidl's Parkside tools are excellent quality and value; 3 year warranty.

These deals tend to sell out pretty quickly.

Details:
Powerful motor and Ø 210mm saw blade with laser cutting guide for high precision work on wood and plastic
Saw head tiltable from 0° - 45°
Mitre adjustable from -45° to +45° or with fixed angles
Can be connected to an external dust extraction unit
Batteries, dust collection bag, saw blade changing tool and 2 x spare carbon brushes included
Specifications:
- No-load rotation speed (rpm): 5000
- Tilt adjustment (°): 0 - 45
- Mitre adjustment (°): -45 - +45
- Max. cutting width (mm): 340
- Max. cutting height (mm): 58 (32mm at 45°)
3 year manufacturer's warranty

11 Comments

Thanks for posting, Image added

At least a £20 saving on the normal retail prices. Good deal.

Serious question, could this be fitted with a friction/diamond blade (from 9" angle grinder) for cutting steel tube or the odd tile?

I'm not on about solid iron bar or 3" thick Indian stone slabs.

Roger_Irrelevant

Serious question, could this be fitted with a friction/diamond blade … Serious question, could this be fitted with a friction/diamond blade (from 9" angle grinder) for cutting steel tube or the odd tile?I'm not on about solid iron bar or 3" thick Indian stone slabs.



I'd suggest an Erbauer ERB337TCB wet diamond saw from Screwfix. Price for this has just dropped from £89.99 to £64.99.

Just bought one (at a higher price grrr) for cutting 12mm thick granite floor tiles and it just zooms through them. Excellent bit of kit.

Don't forget you can get 2.02% off on Topcashback

Batteries included....is this battery operated?

mel1408

Batteries included....is this battery operated?

yeah it takes 250 X AAA ...doh!

Probably has a light that shines to show the cutting line - that's what the batteries are for.

I bought one of these this even to replace my previous Parkside Mitre Saw (which is at least 10 years old). The quality is what you'd expect, OK... nothing special but will do the job. I haven't actually tried cutting anything yet and it needs to be properly setup and adjusted.

The rotating bed is a bit stiff for my liking so I need to sort that out. Also I'm not sure I like how you have to precisely clamp it into position, 45 degree's for example rather than just snapping into presets. I suppose the benefit of this is that it gives you complete freedom to set whatever angle you want.

What is great the is the very, very wide cut... the slides/glides are very long indeed and can cut a width over 30cm which is pretty impressive in my opinion.

If you want a no-nonsense, cheap power saw with a half decent 3 year warranty then it's a very good price at £80.

By the way it's almost the same as this Clarke, the Clarke instructions are better than the Parkside ones as well..

http://www.clarkeservice.co.uk/manuals/woodworker/cms10s2.pdf

Admittedly it does have a more powerful motor and larger diameter blade but the price is double at £155... machinemart.co.uk/sho…514

Picked one up today seems ok for the money. It is made by Sceppach looks the same as their MSS8 model and also the Woodstar branded one that MachineMart currently sell for £159.99 although I'm sure that will be earmarked for some heavy discount. Overall pleased with it.
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