Parkside Table Saw (2000W) ONLY £99.00 @ Lidl
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Parkside Table Saw (2000W) ONLY £99.00 @ Lidl

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Found 30th Aug 2017Edited by:"rubberbullets"
This deal starts on Thurs 31st August and ends on Wednesday 6th September

Parkside Table Saw (2000W) ONLY £99.00


  • Tilting sawblade for precise mitre cuts in wood, chipboard, coated furniture panels and plastics
  • With adjustable cutting heights and a laser guide for a precise cutting line
  • Adjustable mitre angle: 0 - 45°
  • Anodised aluminium table with integrated guide groove and expandable work surface on 3 sides
  • Integrated collection bag for wood scraps
  • Includes 2 high grade carbide metal sawblades of Ø254mm
  • 4,800rpm
  • 2000W

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Parkside Cordless Multi-Purpose Tool ONLY £39.99

  • With highly versatile oscillation technology for sawing, cutting, scraping and sanding
  • Adjustable vibration rate with soft start
  • Easy, tool-free accessory exchange
  • Universal receptor compatible with all standard accessories
  • Attachment for external dust extraction
  • 20V Li-Ion battery with 60 minute fast charger
  • No-load rotation speed: n0 5,000-19,000rpm
  • Oscillation angle: 3.2°
  • Includes



    1 HCS plunge sawblade, 1 diamond sawblade, 1 scraper, 1 delta sanding plate, 1 adaptor for external dust extraction and 6 sanding sheets

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Parkside 600W Belt Sander ONLY £24.99

  • With adjustable belt speed, integrated extraction function and removable dust collection box
  • Simple sander belt exchange with tool-free tensioning system
  • Can also be used as a stationary sander with 2 included screw clamps
  • No-load belt speed: 170 - 250 m/min
  • Belt dimensions: 75 x 457mm

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Bargain! I'd love to get my hands on this unfortunately storage would be an issue.
Edited by: "Mr.V786" 30th Aug 2017
The table saw is good for hobbyist, but you will need to upgrade the fence to do any serious work. Possible add a crosscut sledge as well, then you have a decent table saw. Still a decent table saw as it stands for hobbyists, I bought one last year, and I have no complaints considering how much it costs!

There are loads of videos on how to improve a basic table saw: youtube.com/wat…idQ

Most tables sub £200 you probably still need to upgrade the fence.
Was £89.99 two years ago
Aren't these the things were the sum total in sales is exceeded by the sum total of medical costs from injuries due to them? (Don't UK ones have to have that electronic automatic-stop if it hits a finger mechanism now though anyway?)
jewelie17 m ago

Aren't these the things were the sum total in sales is exceeded by the sum …Aren't these the things were the sum total in sales is exceeded by the sum total of medical costs from injuries due to them? (Don't UK ones have to have that electronic automatic-stop if it hits a finger mechanism now though anyway?)


They do a "Challenge Darwinism" at the checkout. It's like "Challenge 25", but instead of asking to prove your age, they ask you to prove that you are not thick.
2000w not 200w
Carloz4 h, 50 m ago

2000w not 200w



Thank You! I have corrected my Post. Thanks again!
jewelie14 h, 26 m ago

Aren't these the things were the sum total in sales is exceeded by the sum …Aren't these the things were the sum total in sales is exceeded by the sum total of medical costs from injuries due to them? (Don't UK ones have to have that electronic automatic-stop if it hits a finger mechanism now though anyway?)



No, you're confusing them with footballs.
I've got one of these and it's very good for the price. It's fairly powerful and not too noisy and you get two blades with it. It cuts quite well, you don't have to push too hard to cut the wood. The only drawback, as mentioned before, is the fence, it could be better. And you have to assemble it which takes some time, the legs have over 40 bolts holding them. I'm happy with it, you would have to pay a fair bit more for a better one.
jewelie23 h, 47 m ago

Aren't these the things were the sum total in sales is exceeded by the sum …Aren't these the things were the sum total in sales is exceeded by the sum total of medical costs from injuries due to them? (Don't UK ones have to have that electronic automatic-stop if it hits a finger mechanism now though anyway?)



In the US where they are litigation mad they are trying to get the auto-stop made compulsory, but they are being resisted by the manufacturers. In this country there is no talk of it being introduced. It's really expensive, so it would be prohibitive on a saw like this. This saw has a really good blade guard so it's just about as safe as it can be.
It's August 2018 and I have just opened the box on the PTK 2000 D3. I will now have to go to all the trouble of re-packing it and taking it back. It is too weakly constructed to be safe. The saw (and blade) are not held firm and can be waggled from side to side. This means it will not make accurate cuts. The fence and mitre parts are flimsy. Imagine a 2000W saw flying round, but just held by rather bendy plastic!!!
Better to buy a higher quality one with free delivery at Axminster power tools, rather than have this one give poor results and needing to be thrown away... The Einhel and Sheppach versions from Toolstation are also rubbish.
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