SCREWFIX EVOLUTION RAGE 210MM COMPOUND MITRE SAW 230V £49.99 Free Click & Collect
474°Expired

SCREWFIX EVOLUTION RAGE 210MM COMPOUND MITRE SAW 230V £49.99 Free Click & Collect

50
Found 29th Apr 2016
Free Click and collect or spend an extra penny for free delivery. Great reviews and cheap as chips for what it does in my opinion. Bought this for £99 last year and saved me a lot of time on cuts when I was building a partition in my garage. Note, it's not the sliding version but it's under 50 notes.

For £49.99 it's a great bit of kit.

Oh and a whole 1% quidco!
Community Updates

Groups

50 Comments
I must resist....... Good price though
3.3 chashback with top cash back
wow great price!
I Think the Aldi & Lidl offerings are better value as they are double bevel sliding versions, worth the extra money imo.
Have the evolution rage circular saw and for the money it's absolutely superb. For those in doubt check the reviews.
I need to spend 1p to get free next day delivery on this. Anyone know the cheapest item on screw fix I can add in to get this mitre saw delivered? Thanks
GoNz017

I Think the Aldi & Lidl offerings are better value as they are double … I Think the Aldi & Lidl offerings are better value as they are double bevel sliding versions, worth the extra money imo.



Link?
Original Poster
Can't comment on the quality of the Aldi or Lidl one but returning power tools is a bit of a nightmare last time I checked. Those extra metre long drills bits they sell from time to time are handy though!

Did I mention this bad boy cuts through metal with the same blade?? More below:

The 230V Evolution RAGE3B2102 compound mitre saw is suitable for work on a range of materials. A RAGE TCT multipurpose blade makes clean cuts through steel, aluminium, plastics and even nail-embedded wood. TCT blades stay sharper for longer than HSS equivalents, but when it is eventually time to change the blade, the included box spanner makes it simple. This saw weighs just 8.4kg, which makes it portable and easy to store. An efficient dust bag makes it suitable for use indoors, or in areas that need to be kept tidy.
SuperMariosDad

Have the evolution rage circular saw and for the money it's absolutely … Have the evolution rage circular saw and for the money it's absolutely superb. For those in doubt check the reviews. I need to spend 1p to get free next day delivery on this. Anyone know the cheapest item on screw fix I can add in to get this mitre saw delivered? Thanks



screws for 10p?

screwfix.com/p/q…210
SuperMariosDad

Have the evolution rage circular saw and for the money it's absolutely … Have the evolution rage circular saw and for the money it's absolutely superb. For those in doubt check the reviews. I need to spend 1p to get free next day delivery on this. Anyone know the cheapest item on screw fix I can add in to get this mitre saw delivered? Thanks



​screws or could try wall plugs
GoNz017

I Think the Aldi & Lidl offerings are better value as they are double … I Think the Aldi & Lidl offerings are better value as they are double bevel sliding versions, worth the extra money imo.



​This can cut wood and metal with the same blade though. I've got the larger rage sliding mitre saw, fury table saw and rage circular saw and they're all fantastic I must say
Retify

screws for … screws for 10p?http://www.screwfix.com/p/quicksilver-woodscrews-double-countersunk-4ga-x-5-8-200-pack/15210



Retify

screws for … screws for 10p?http://www.screwfix.com/p/quicksilver-woodscrews-double-countersunk-4ga-x-5-8-200-pack/15210


not available for delivery
saw is good price, good find
Just got a £5 off over £25 spend letter through the post.....must resist buying...! Sounds like a good deal to me op, have some heat!
Edited by: "sanchez82" 30th Apr 2016
psmith1958

3.3 chashback with top cash back


nope.. 1.1% on under £250 ?
I've used one of these saws for several years, it is a really good tool and £50 is a very good price (I think I paid £99 for a package that included a very good circular saw from the same manufacturer).
Heat added.
westy125

I must resist....... Good price though


All men need one of these.
othen

All men need one of these.



​Yeah but I said this with my, axe, chainsaw, bench sander plus others, when I don't do much cutting I couldn't get away with it
Any bargains on a sliding mitre saw?
Quiet bad reviews here

Saying it's wobbly blade and inaccurate cuts especially at 45 degrees angle
montana78

Quiet bad reviews hereSaying it's wobbly blade and inaccurate cuts … Quiet bad reviews hereSaying it's wobbly blade and inaccurate cuts especially at 45 degrees angle



Yeah Screwfix are very sneaky in that they sort the reviews "High - Low" by default so unless you re-order the reviews you only get to see the most positive ones.
4spoons

Yeah Screwfix are very sneaky in that they sort the reviews "High - Low" … Yeah Screwfix are very sneaky in that they sort the reviews "High - Low" by default so unless you re-order the reviews you only get to see the most positive ones.



I noticed this too, but all referring to 110v who are generally guys who are used to to end spec saws

Looks good enough for the avid DIYer... Contemplating this myself or one of the sliding mitres
10% off at Swindon screwfix all weekend as its their 10 year birthday weekend
batista

not available for delivery



Damn, I didn't notice that
Edited by: "Retify" 30th Apr 2016
Ended up adding in a roll of electrical tape for 99p to get the free delivery. Thanks for the suggestions though
I've had this for over a year now, good bit of kit for rough cuts like framing etc. Seeing if I can get away with sneaking the Aldi sliding mitre into the house as I've got skirting to cut that's too big for this.

Any other time I'd say to grab this, but due to the Aldi and lidl sliders out soon for just £30 more, I'd say to go for that instead as down the line you might find yourself having to buy a slider later anyway and it'll save you.
Decent price if that's all you need but I really think at some time most people will regret not getting a sliding one for much longer cuts - I certainly did. One like I got coming up shortly at Lidl for £79.99 (already posted I think).

Couldn't find posting but here it is - from next Thursday:
lidl.co.uk/en/…305

Edited by: "Besford" 30th Apr 2016
JohnOFarrell

​This can cut wood and metal with the same blade though. I've got the l … ​This can cut wood and metal with the same blade though. I've got the larger rage sliding mitre saw, fury table saw and rage circular saw and they're all fantastic I must say


I'm no rocket scientist but the sliding saws got 400w more and a simple blade change to the same spec would do metal as well?

screwfix.com/p/e…150
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 30th Apr 2016
montana78

Any bargains on a sliding mitre saw?



There are Lidl and Aldi deals if you search.
montana78

Quiet bad reviews hereSaying it's wobbly blade and inaccurate cuts … Quiet bad reviews hereSaying it's wobbly blade and inaccurate cuts especially at 45 degrees angle



I've been using mine for 45 degree skirting cuts and it seems okay.

Like others, I regret not getting a sliding version.

http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb598msw-210mm-sliding-mitre-saw-240v/73135

Guy on my job has one of these I have used it really good for the money and a slider. I would say for an extra £30 it's a no brainer it's a much more versatile tool.

Unfortunately it's currently out of stock I will be getting one when they get them again.
Edited by: "alera" 30th Apr 2016
GoNz017

I Think the Aldi & Lidl offerings are better value as they are double … I Think the Aldi & Lidl offerings are better value as they are double bevel sliding versions, worth the extra money imo.



Different products. This product is a smaller simpler saw but with an expensive Japanese blade that cuts many different materials the Aldi/Lidl offerings are normally for use with natural and artificial wood and light plastics but do rough cuts fast. Iv'e got the larger Evolution saw and the quality of the product even the Chinese made saw itself is much better than the Lidl and Aldi offerings which are low end saws. Those are perfectly fine for wood which is an easy soft material to work with. I think someone has already reported that the guard on his Lidl or Aldi saw broke and now quite dangerous to use. Some of the cheaper models only have flimsy transparent guards. If you actually slipped and pushed the guard towards the blade it would probably instantly cut through it and start cutting straight into your arm etc. Both great value products though and both fit for their intended purpose.
Chris Type R

I've been using mine for 45 degree skirting cuts and it seems okay.Like … I've been using mine for 45 degree skirting cuts and it seems okay.Like others, I regret not getting a sliding version.



i may have to invest then. thanks
aldi online have a compound sliding mitre saw for £79.99 plus a three year warranty for an extra £30 I would go for it,and not the fixed mitre saw.
Will this work fine for cutting laminate floor? Need to get one for Monday...
Yes, though the laminate will flake off if you apply too much pressure

Me too have the £5 voucher, but I must also resist.
Edited by: "Wowhats" 30th Apr 2016
Seems like a good deal, but I will point out you can get a refurbished sliding mitre version for this sort of money from the Evolution ebay outlet. Not everyone will want refurbed but just making people aware.
lisamckinney

Will this work fine for cutting laminate floor? Need to get one for … Will this work fine for cutting laminate floor? Need to get one for Monday...



​Only if the boards are less than 120mm wide.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text